Tuesday, July 24, 2007

Note to OK!: Please publish the photos

Today, I love TMZ. On slow news days, they suck. But on days like today, when the drama is flowing like wine, they really shine. Not to be upstaged by the antics of Lohan, Britney Spears sets out to prove that she is the biggest trainwreck of them all. Apparently her photoshoot with OK! Magazine was, as to be expected, a hot mess:

According to multiple sources, Britney's behavior during the interview was "nothing less than a meltdown." She was, according to our sources, "completely out of it" during the shoot. The photos are "so bad" we've learned, that to publish them could "kill her career." Apparently, Brit Brit's eyes rolled back in her head at one point, causing her to look half dead. Her mood, we're told, was extremely erratic. She took frequent bathroom breaks our source says, and each time she returned her mood would change. She was also completely paranoid during the entire interview, fearing at one point the ceiling was about to cave in on her. Out of control y'all!

The story also says that Brit wouldn't let anyone but her trashy friends style her for the shoot, and that she used a Gucci dress to cleanse her hands of fried chicken grease. OK! has not said how they are going to spin the story.

Ok! Magazine. I beg of you. Please run the photoshoot as is. I swear I will buy a lifetime subscription to your magazine if you just do the world a favor and show us all the true magnitude of her insanity. And if you don't want to do it for the world, do it for Britney. She's already seen pictures of herself looking like this:

And somehow that hasn't been enough to snap her out of this high-speed downward spiral that she has been on for years. Maybe she needs to see herself cleaning up dog shit with a Gucci dress (yes, according to TMZ, that happened too) before she can realize that maybe everyone is right and that perhaps there is something deeply wrong with her. Either way, I'll find the pictures to be amusing. So run them, OK! RUN THEM! Can someone get an online petition going?


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