— Mon, Feb 5, 2007 —

Although she doesn't expose even a pinch of her areolas in her new Playboy interview, Mariah Carey still manages to expose herself as a boob. In the piece, Mariah blames the tremendous failure of Glitter, in part, on the fact that the movie debuted around the time of 9/11. Excellent, Mariah! Here's the excerpt published in Us:

On Glitter:
I try to avoid it. Actually, I don???t mind it. There are moments that make me laugh, and I don???t care.... Glitter was such a bomb, but no one ever pointed out that it came out around September 11, 2001.

Clearly, had the nation not been reeling from a devastating tragedy like September 11th, they would have flocked to Glitter in droves. Prompted by the precious tagline ("In music she found her dream, her love, herself"), audiences would have cheered at dialogue like this:
Video Director: We ask ourselves, is she black? Is she white? We don't care. She's exotic. I want to see more of her breasts.

and this:
Dice: Do you really think inside your mind that because you swing your ass around on stage and you hit a couple of high notes here and there, that you are some colossal success?

Good question.

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No. 1
Boring says:

Why is it that Mariah seems to have all the right peices in all the right places, but she still manages to have absolutely no sex appeal whatsoever?

There is something so bland about her. She needs some color.

February 5, 2007 2:42 PM
No. 2
vadge_patrol says:

"Glitter was such a bomb, but no one ever pointed out that it came out around September 11, 2001."
Yes, no one pointed it out because it had nothing to do with 9/11, you dumb, egotistical bitch. Seriously, every time this woman opens her yap, she sounds like an even bigger asshole.
She seems like complete nightmare, I keep picturing her mispronouncing food on a menu in a restaraunt ("I'll have the grilled SaLLmon and a glass of the Mer-LOT." and being a general pain in the ass to waiters and probably not tipping. She just seems like a high-maintenence BITCH.

February 5, 2007 2:44 PM
No. 3
Shasta says:

Two video recaps of Maraiaiaiaih - both classic.
1)One I saw had Moomi and some fans and she flat out admitted that she didn't go past the 8th grade - awesome.
2)Just saw a clip recently of her being asked about Beyawnce and Moomi is saying how sweet Bwhore is. Then they ask her about J-ho. Moomi's facial expression immediately goes from sweet to sour and she will only say "I do not know her. No. I do not know her." HA, classic divadom.

February 5, 2007 3:03 PM
No. 4
tlatzoteotl says:

Can anyone my age (28) remember middle school when she was one of THE most popular singers forEVER? Even before all of the Butterfly bullshit and whatnot. Bitch has had like 3 comebacks or something, but she'll never be as big as she was back then. Personally, I've always thought she was a screetchy slut. She'd have a nice voice if she knew how to use it (i.e. didn't try to sound like her opera singer mother) and didn't apply it to over-produced pop music.

February 5, 2007 3:08 PM
No. 5
TMC says:

I think "Glitter" was the cause of 9/11.

February 5, 2007 3:29 PM
No. 6
Megan says:

I saw Glitter. In the theater. I begged and pleaded and negotiated with my man to go see it, paid money for it, bought popcorn, and eagerly took my seat in an empty theater.

Two weeks later, my boyfriend broke up with me. Glitter is the root cause of a lot of evil, man.


February 5, 2007 4:15 PM
No. 7
hailey says:

Of course he broke up with you for takin him to that shit.
I would too. I hope the lesson of that event has stuck with you.

February 5, 2007 4:38 PM
No. 8
Kitchy says:

Megan, even I'm tempted to break up with you and we've never even met. That's just cruel and unusual punishment. Next time just hand your boyfriend a needlenose pliers and tell him to squeeze his left nutsack as hard as he can.

February 5, 2007 4:42 PM
No. 9
Gah says:


This also came out around the same time as "On the Line". I always thought those two movies would make a great midnight double feature. As long as there's alcohol.

February 5, 2007 4:46 PM
No. 10
Megan says:

Haily, Kitchy,

Indeed, the Lesson of Glitter has stayed with me. I've learned new and more subtle ways to torture a man. And on top of that, it was such an awful experience I haven't voluntarily seen a movie with a popstar turned actress since. Except Crossroads. And A Walk To Remember.

Shit. I need help.

February 5, 2007 5:40 PM
No. 11
ainsley says:

I'm 27 and I remember Vision of Love, when she did pop ballads and was sooo different not slutty at all. I listened to hiphop (amongst other things) and caught alot of flack for it as it wasnt mainstream yet (I was in a white-majority canadian city)..people thought you wanted to be black if you listened to it. Now in my hometown wiggers are the majority, its so crazy how things have changed in the past 15 years. As soon as hiphop became mainstream (shitty misogynist hiphop of course, not the good stuff) Mariah and others jumped right on that bandwagon and whipped their clothes straight off, I did like that one she did with ODB though, but she has gone waaay too far. I just find it funny how urban she is now, she was totally not when she first came out! if anyone told me back then the very pro-black power queen latifah and ice cube would be making mainstream family comedies I would have laughed my ass off.

February 5, 2007 6:12 PM
No. 12
Kitchy says:

Are we allowed to see Mandy Moore movies without being a dipwad?

February 5, 2007 6:48 PM
No. 13
Megan says:

I dunno. That was the only Mandy Moore movie I saw.

Dipwad?

February 5, 2007 7:06 PM
No. 14
Kitchy says:

I figured I'd cut down on my swearing.

I like Mandy Moore. I want to see Because I Said So.

I should stop postin gnow.

February 5, 2007 7:09 PM
No. 15
alycia says:

See, but at least that movie has Diane Keaton in it...

Mimi drives me crazy. I love that in her last video she was supposedly wearing her old wedding dress from the Tommy Motola debacle. My aunt Fanny. There's no way that bitch would fit in that now.

February 6, 2007 2:24 AM
No. 16
Moa says:

Am I the only one who doesn't think "Glitter" is all that bad? I hate Mariah, and she's a terrible actress, but the movie itself isn't really that shiteous. It's an OK past time, even though it's extremely cheesy.

I just hate that Mariah's really trying hard to seem very sweet & innocent, even though she's a psycho bitch.

And anyone who wishes they'd be as skinny as the dying kids in Africa has serious issues. This 9/11 thing just made the list even bigger.

So sick of her. Can't she just go away now?

February 6, 2007 2:26 AM
No. 17
Moa says:

PS, I can't be the only one who's noticed that whenever Mariah's being photographed, she's sucking the gut in.

PHOTOSHOP CAN ONLY GET YOU SO FAR, HONEY.

February 6, 2007 2:29 AM
No. 18
CleverGirl says:

alycia says:

See, but at least that movie has Diane Keaton in it...

Mimi drives me crazy. I love that in her last video she was supposedly wearing her old wedding dress from the Tommy Motola debacle. My aunt Fanny. There's no way that bitch would fit in that now.


I thought the same thing! You know that hoe can't fit in that dress. If she even looked at it, it would rip into a thousand pieces. I'm 28. I totally remember when Mooriah had class. I actually liked music back then. She's way too busy trying to be a hoochie and being accepted by the black community. She's not even half black! Enough already! I'm mixed too and I can't stand those bitches that try in vain to be only accepted as black. You're both man, get over it!

February 6, 2007 5:49 AM
No. 19
Say what says:

CleverGirl says:
She's way too busy trying to be a hoochie and being accepted by the black community. She's not even half black! Enough already!

If you have done your research you would know that her father is black and her mother is white. Therefore, she is half black. I don't believe she is trying to be accepted by the black community but by this society that believes less clothes makes you a sex symbol which also brings in more money (Pamela Anderson, Jessica Simpson...).

February 6, 2007 8:19 AM
No. 20
rosenothorns says:

I loved me some Mariah back in the day, Vision of Love, Music Box, MTV Unplugged up to the Honey Album after that *sigh* she just became another neurotic, (or at least it became more obvious) trying wayyy too hard, hoochie-looking diva/bitch. Now everytime I see her, I feel contempt for her. I think about Whitney, Brandy et al as well and wonder WTF happened? Is the music industry that F'd-up?

February 6, 2007 11:34 AM
No. 21
babycakes says:

Actually Say What, Mariah's father, if I remember correctly, is half venezuelan and half black. I mean since we're being so technical here.

I remember when I used to love Mariah Carey and bought almost all of her albums until she went batshit crazy and started dressing like she was a $2 hooker. I wish she would bring back the old Mariah. You know, the one who was looked at and admired because of her beautiful voice and not her beautiful (fake) breasts.

February 6, 2007 12:18 PM
No. 22
Shauna says:

I can't believe she had the nerve to blame her crap movie on 9/11. I'm sure that makes the victims families really feel bad for poor Mariah. Well, all I can say is, BAD KARMA! Something bad will (hopefully) happen to that bitch!

February 6, 2007 7:32 PM


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