It's raw. It's real. Just like rock and roll. Who needs a list of questions? I vow to never come to an interview prepared again, and then realize I'm getting carried away.
I've been writing for years and it's rarely matched the satisfaction I get from doing laundry. Writing is a compulsion for me, but I'm glad Taylor enjoys it.
Gossip Girl, about a bunch of rich Upper East Siders and their insanely ridiculous lives, has never been a perfect show. This season, however, the show feels like it has seriously lost its way.
I caught up with the pretty face who melts faces by phone last week, and asked her about silencing the critics, being labeled "a bad girl," and whether or not she's done with acting altogether.
We might be just a few days into December but I've been thinking about this year's Pop Culture Christmas List.
Let's be honest: female teen idols have never been the most well-behaved bunch. So why do I find this latest crop so worrisome? What has me shakin...
the question for Taylor is, Now what, kid? You're seventeen. You're famous, rich, and talented. So you had a weird childhood. But now you have a choice.
Taylor Momson -- you may think you are so cool -- performing with your band in a downtown NYC club on Oct. 21st and FLASHING your breasts -- but you aren't cool, you're cuckoo!
So is this ANY way for an underage girl to dress? Is Taylor arty or just plain tarty? She sure doesn't leave much to the imagination on the November issue of Revolver magazine.
Taylor Momsen, one of the stars of Gossip Girl, is trying hard to make it as a rocker exploiting her sexy corset, garter and stocking-clad body for attention. And her role model is a 16 year-old drug addict. Can someone stop the sexploitation?
The "empowered" 15-year old female can belt risque lyrics, flaunt racy lingerie, and flirt with suicide to be a sexy, appealing feminist?
Is it still considered narcissism if you're obsessed with yourself, only not your real self exactly but the one you play on TV? This is the question ...
Pink whispers into the microphone, "Dear Sarah Palin, pease stop shooting things," before launching into her George W. Bush tribute song, "Dear Mr. President."
If they're famous, shouldn't I have heard of them? Maybe not be thoroughly familiar with their work, but as a fellow member of the "show biz community" shouldn't I have at least in passing, caught mention of their names?