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Another Sign of the Apocolypse

Posted by Bruce Carroll at 8:05 pm - March 8, 2006.
Filed under: Annoying Celebrities,Movies/Film & TV

Paris Hilton has made a CD….of her singing songs. Honest.

The company [Warner Brothers] that once boasted a fabled roster of James Taylor, Neil Young, and Bonnie Raitt will release Paris’ debut in June. The track listing, on the CD she showed me, is as follows:

1.) Turn it Up 2.) Turn You On 3.) Stars Are Blind 4.) Jealousy 5.) Heartbeat 6.) Fightin’ Over Me featuring Fat Joe and Jadakiss 7.) Are You With It? 9.) Do You Think I’m Sexy? 9.) Screwed 10.) Not Leaving Without You

You will notice that Paris, always cognizant of history, includes a cover of a No. 1 hit by Rod Stewart, a longtime Warner artist, with “Do You Think I’m Sexy?” She will not win a Grammy or be nominated for one.

Hey, don’t count her out for a Grammy quite yet.

After all, these guys won an Oscar.

-Bruce (GayPatriot)



  1. God help me, I want to buy it just to see how bad it can be.

    Comment by Thrill — March 8, 2006 @ 8:45 pm - March 8, 2006

  2. No Best Picture oscar for a movie about 2 guys in love, but a Best Song oscar for something about “pimps and ho’s”. hmmmmm

    Comment by Kevin — March 8, 2006 @ 9:18 pm - March 8, 2006

  3. Singing Paris

    No, not the album (unfortunately).

    Warner Music is releasing Paris Hilton’s debut album in June. Yep, another talentless sole putting out an album.

    Trackback by The Pot and the Kettle — March 8, 2006 @ 11:17 pm - March 8, 2006

  4. Kevin, that’s because a story about two guys in love is icky and gross, while pimping is part of the universal heterosexual experience. (By the way, the name of the rap group that won the Oscar, “Three-6 Mafia,” is a reference to the “mark of the beast” in Revelation.)

    Still, compared to Paris Hilton, pimps are sympathetic ….

    Comment by Tim Hulsey — March 9, 2006 @ 2:20 am - March 9, 2006

  5. Rioting Erupts over B-back Mountin’ Oscar snub

    Comment by V the K — March 9, 2006 @ 9:00 am - March 9, 2006

  6. #1
    “God help me, I want to buy it just to see how bad it can be.”

    Kind of like owning William Shatner’s TRANSFORMED MAN.

    Comment by Julie the Jarhead — March 9, 2006 @ 12:30 pm - March 9, 2006

  7. There you go.

    Comment by Thrill — March 9, 2006 @ 12:38 pm - March 9, 2006

  8. #5 – Haha – brilliant. The part about the police response in Tehran was the best.

    Comment by Jim — March 9, 2006 @ 12:44 pm - March 9, 2006

  9. Pish. Thats what they said when William Shatner made one too.

    Comment by Patrick (gryph) — March 9, 2006 @ 1:37 pm - March 9, 2006

  10. Ewww

    Comment by Marian — March 9, 2006 @ 2:44 pm - March 9, 2006

  11. 4: Yup, that’s it right on the money…

    Comment by Kevin — March 9, 2006 @ 3:36 pm - March 9, 2006

  12. Ok, it’s time to stop dis’sing Bill Shatner –he’s a great actor in the tradition of the Barrymores, he’s a underrated singer just like Sinatra was in his own career and he’s the father of the Internet just like AlGore. I only wish we could clone him so that future generations could personally know his varied talents. Bill Shatner made TV the great force for social progress it is today and gays are better off because he threw open the doors of freedom in Hollywood for gays –actors, producers, designers, directors, investors and distributors. When most were in hiding, he beckoned us out of the closet.

    If it wasn’t for his singular leadership, we’d still all be hiding in the closet –cowering from the wrath of str8 America.

    Bill Shatner made our world into the gem it is today. He should be President –no, he should be Prime Minister of the World.

    BTW, if you go to my EBay site, you can buy a segment of chewed gum that was once in Bill’s mouth. Bidding began 14 days ago and it’s already at $1.56

    Comment by Michigan-Matt — March 9, 2006 @ 4:24 pm - March 9, 2006

  13. 🙂

    Now that you mention it though, ST: TOS did feature television’s first-ever inter-racial kiss in 1968. (Even if they acted it as a “forced” kiss; powerful aliens made them do it.)

    Re: Paris… It’s sad, because in the chosen photo she is physically quite beautiful. (If you like that sort of thing.) You have to make yourself forget you are looking at a “stupid spoiled whore” as _South Park_ puts it. If you can do that, you could almost be looking at an album cover for one of the elegant chanteuses of the 1960s.

    Comment by Calarato — March 9, 2006 @ 5:31 pm - March 9, 2006

  14. Where have you been? Her dance single “Screwed” has been making the rounds for about a year. XM’s BPM used to play it all the time. I really wanted to hate it, but it really wasn’t so bad. I shook my tush to it more than once.

    Comment by STLGreg — March 9, 2006 @ 6:31 pm - March 9, 2006

  15. GAWD…someone just give me the ice pick now so that I might rupture my ear drums and never have to be subjected to that which Ms. Hilton claims is music.

    p.s….I know I’ve not posted in months…been busy trying to finish out this J.D.

    Peace, Love, and Dr. Pepper.

    Comment by ARCountryBoy — March 9, 2006 @ 7:39 pm - March 9, 2006

  16. in the chosen photo she is physically quite beautiful. (If you like that sort of thing.)

    And if you can get past her emaciated cheekbones and weirdly pockmarked skin. You can already tell she won’t age gracefully, poor thing. Plus, in the photo she looks like her chihuahua.

    Comment by Tim Hulsey — March 9, 2006 @ 8:27 pm - March 9, 2006

  17. You know what they say about people resembling their pets.

    Comment by Thrill — March 9, 2006 @ 9:24 pm - March 9, 2006

  18. By the way, is there anyone out there is more of a fake celebrity than Paris Hilton?

    Comment by Kevin — March 9, 2006 @ 10:12 pm - March 9, 2006

  19. If I see one more photo of this skanky media/real-life slut (not to mention her little dog too) I think I’ll scream. She’s not beautiful, by any stretch of the imagination. What we’re looking at is a latter-day Marie Antoinette. Bring on the guillotine! It can’t fall fast enough.

    Comment by Redhand — March 10, 2006 @ 2:11 am - March 10, 2006

  20. […] Next we have the Gay Patriot Idiot who hates black people almost as much as he hates gay people. In a post titled “Another Sign of the Apocolypse [sic],” Bruce posts what he obviously believes is a scary picture of Three 6 Mafia, hoping to elicit squeals of disgust from the sofa-bound gay Republicans that hang out on his site. (Oh, and does anyone else wonder when this dimwit will learn how to spell?) […]

    Pingback by Outside The Tent — March 10, 2006 @ 10:11 am - March 10, 2006

  21. Hilton is famous for being famous. Yawn.

    Comment by raj — March 10, 2006 @ 3:01 pm - March 10, 2006

  22. BTW, who is or are the bigger fool(s)? She, for putting out a CD? Or people who buy it? I’d almost be willing to bet that she anticipates laughing all the way to the bank.

    Comment by raj — March 10, 2006 @ 3:03 pm - March 10, 2006

  23. The first Ice Age had a combination of buddy bonding and a little bit of danger. Remember the Sabre pack constantly harassing Diego and pushing him to get the child? Since we werent sure what he would do we were all rooting for his bond with Manny and Sid to triumph. Less of that here.

    In the sequel we are catching up with the trio in some sort of wildlife sanctuary in a valley lined with ice walls. Politics come on early with the mention of global warming leading to the impending melt and the ultimate collapse of the ice walls that hold back enormous amounts of water. So our friends and all the other animals embark on a trek to reach a boat (read giant log) at the far end of the valley in order to save them from the impending flood. Insert Biblical reference here.

    As in the first movie, the antagonist here again is the weather. The secondary antagonist (keenly written in the first movie for the Sabre pride) has been reduced to a couple of characterless crocadilian-fish that seem to have a particular taste for migrating mammals. Decent concept, given the flood, but the movie gave them no teeth. I think this is the missing link to making this movie work. Too bad because overall its a pleasing way to spend an hour and a half. Mannies love interest subplot is ok. The concept of Ellie thinking that she is a possum and only realizing that she is in fact a mammoth after she stumbles across the place she was found by her possum mother and the subsequent flashback, makes you thinks that Mannys comment about Ellies …tree not going all the way to the top…, can be applied to the writers.

    If nothing else Scrat is reason enough to go see this. He is no longer just an aside as in the first film as he actually gets into the plot here. Albeit, his role in the plot is an overly easy (and early) seque to the films resolution.

    Kids will love it. Adults that liked the first one, will be dissapointed.

    Comment by ice age — April 1, 2006 @ 9:52 pm - April 1, 2006

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