For the most part, these caption contests revolves around humor: Blair's bitchiness, Nate's man bangs, Chuck's love of purple, and Jenny's eyeliner. That is why I cannot even BEGIN to fathom how a joke about a disease won. So, so, SO many teen girls and young women-- THE DEMOGRAPHIC FOR GOSSIP GIRL AND GOSSIPGIRLINSIDER.COM-- struggle with eating disorders, and I find it disturbing and distasteful that this caption won. So, now what? Young women with rock-bottom self-esteems and withering bodies are a source of humor? Let's not forget bags under the eyes, hair loss, and collapsing organs... Not so funny anymore, huh?
"Leighton, who is drawing raves for her collaboration with Cobra Starship, "Good Girls Go Bad" (she also appears in the music video), is back to her dance-pop roots here." What the HECK? When did she EVER leave her "dance-pop roots"? Each of her songs has been dance/pop; how can she 'go back' to them if she never left?
Again, I agree, 'Blair Hearts Nate':] We don't need any more of these computerized club songs.
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