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Remembering the Greats : Tiffany [merged with several other threads]

Old 09-16-05, 01:18 PM
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The slut act worked for Christina, mainly because a lot of today's teenage whores think it's empowering to be that way. Plus her image was never as cookie-cutter as Jessica's is. It was natural for her to go trashy. I don't think it will work for Jessica, though.
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September 14, 2005

Jessica Simpson wants 'slutty and hot' video
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Jessica Simpson plans 'slutty' video

Sexy Pop Star Jessica Simpson is getting ready to revamp her image and take control of her sound on her upcoming album reports Perez Hilton. In an effort to kill her good girl image, Jessica is working on an album of sexy songs -- think Britney Spears 'Slave 4 u.' Jessica Simpson is in the studio with hip-hop superproducer Scott Storch Storch collaborating on a song called Fired Up, which is going to be the kickoff single off her new album.
"Jessica just had a storyboard session last week for the video, and she said that she wanted it to be 'slutty and hot,

"Jessica vented that she didn't want to always be this virginal wife," says a source. "She wants to be on the top of the sexiest polls, wanted by all the men's magazines, lusted by guys the world over."

Fired Up is a very UN-Jessica song. It's all about the boys in the club hollering at her, and the girls singing for her. She kinda screams in the song (a bit like Gwen does in Hollaback Girl).
Is this article real? Perez Hilton?? Source?
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Looks like it came from here:

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he's all gangsta in his new video
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When the buying public realizes one has no talent, one has to resort to gimmicks.
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Well, out of the 3 of, only Christina can actually sing.

I don't know what's worse, this...or ESPN using Nick Lachey as a college football analyst.
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Old 09-16-05, 04:14 PM
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Nick Lachey at least has some class. Jessica lost it all when she did that Boots video. I'd like to see her back doing her coy sex act with her masterpiece signature number 'I think Im in love with you' which was inspired by john cougar mellencamp. What a song!!
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Remembering the Greats : Tiffany

OK, seriously now. Not many people appreciate this womans' voice but the girl can sing! Ive had her albums for years now, but nothing can beat the beauty of her 1987 debut that had 'I Think We're alone now' on it. The track 'Kid on a Corner' remains a classic.

Then came 'Hold an old friends hand' which was amazing as well. I think the quality of her work surpasses Debbie Gibsons' to whom she is always unfairly compared. I think Tiffany is light years ahead!

Did you know that Tiffanys' Dad was a Moslem from Lebanon? Her mom is European though. That should explain her uncommon beauty.

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I think you're alone...

...in thinking that you shouldn't be

There doesn't seem to be anyone...

...who finds your threads have value.

If this is a threadcrap, I'll take the penalty, but there are way more Cottington threads here than THEEK threads before he got warned.

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Old 09-16-05, 04:26 PM
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But you have to admit this is good music that we are discussing, and that some people may actually ENJOY this sort of music. I see no one complaining when posts about Coldplay are made, why single Tiffany and the rest out? This sort of music means a lot to a LOT of us, though we may be in the minority.
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Old 09-16-05, 04:28 PM
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If these "teeny bopper one-hit wonder" artists are so important, perhaps there should be a subforum...
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Old 09-16-05, 04:29 PM
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How about you try another forum Cottington? They could use some new threads.
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How about you try another forum Cottington? They could use some new threads.

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Please keep it to under 5 threads on the first page of a forum. Other people's threads are as important as yours.
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