Discussion in 'Pop & Justice' started by Felp, Feb 16, 2021.
She’s gearing up for her The Fame Monzter
I'm...obsessed with her career choices lately.
Now that’s just rude to Little Mix fans, many of whom are actually pretty good at producing decent artwork… unlike this.
It screams “We need to come up with something that’s just about insane enough to distract people away from Nicki’s twitter”
The Duke nukem/doom influence is really something for a Monday
Did she borrow Raven from RuPaul to do her make up?
I used to have an account on DeviantArt.
What kind of Hot Wheelz mess...
Also, I'm kind of sick of her throwing her previous collaborators *cough* MNEK *cough* under the bus.
Surprised they haven't called it Ball-Z to be honest.
I know the whole "I want to be authentic and never just be given a hit, I want to be a true artist" is standard pop-star-going-solo vocabulary, but from an ex-member of Little Mix, with everything they've spoken about and represented over the past 10 years... it kinda feels like an extra slap in the face towards the girls.
I've had another thought. Is this supposed to be inspired by Donatella Versace?
I am just in shock that this is an image someone approved to go out into the world. Usually these made up magazine are at least good for the lovely images.
It's giving ousted queen posting her Blood On The Dancefloor episode look.
always nice to enter the “interview with a magazine I’m sure didn’t exist until this very moment” phase of promo!
Water. Earth. Fire. Air.
Long ago, the four nationz lived together in harmony. Then, everything changed when the Barbz attacked. Only the Avatar, master of all four elements, could stop them - but when the world needed her most, she vanished.
A hundred yearz passed and my brother and I discovered the new Avatar, a firebender named Jesy. And although her firebending skillz are great, she haz a lot to learn before she'z ready to save anyone.
But I believe Jesy can save the world.
(see above but it's this)
I literally just fell forward onto my desk wheezing from keeping my laughter under control.
Tina Barrett remains influential and iconic!
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