Wednesday, January 23, 2008

Gordon in the morning: He has views, too

So, what does Gordon have to say about Amy?

Gordon's viewpoint seems to be some sort of moral outrage:

With her talent comes responsibility, a quality she is sadly lacking.

She has a duty as a role model to thousands of impressionable kids who copy her look and attitude.

Since when did talent come with a responsibility? Outside of kung-fu movies?

Surely, though, Gordon won't wind up with a weak pun, will he?
Sadly these days she is more interested in grams than Grammys.

Oh.

The real question, though, is why Gordon Smart, Showbiz editor, is being wheeled in to offer a viewpoint on, erm, the big showbiz story from the day before. It must smart - no pun intended - somewhat for your paper to call up Jane Moore and a bloody former crack addict to solicit their views before you get a go.

Perhaps it's because Gordon doesn't really have anything to add beyond a "I met her in 2004 and she wasn't an addled crack-addict then" anecdote.

Happily, he's quickly back on safer ground elsewhere on his page: someone's dropped off a photo of Jennifer Aniston where you can make out her nipple if you stare at her tits long enough.


3 comments:

Olive said...

She has a duty as a role model to thousands of impressionable kids who copy her look and attitude.

Well that's certainly true. Round our way the place is rammed with kids rocking the "Yootha Joyce crossed with new-born giraffe" look.

Anonymous said...

She has a duty as a role model to thousands of impressionable kids who copy her look and attitude.

I detest this attitude that entertainers are supposed to teach values to the young; that's supposed to be the job of parents.

p_to_p said...

Sadly these days she is more interested in grams than Grammys.

Has Gordon taken to channelling Jay-Z?

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