Taylor Momsen “Insane and Moody”
Outspoken Gossip Girl turned controversial chic rocker Taylor Momsen is tossing out her lady manners once again but this time, at least she is accepting the fact that she may operate dangerously close to the deep end.
Hey, we did not say it.
Momsen casually reflected in a recent interview,
“I see myself as totally insane. I’m totally moody. Of course. And I’m totally out of my mind. And I’m always myself.”
We get it. Like the whole “I’m totally whack but also deeply in control” philosophy? You know, the calm in the middle of the storm. I’m original, look at me!
Momsen continued about performing with her band, The Pretty Reckless…
“Well, on stage I’m performing. It’s another extension of myself. I mean I don’t walk out of my bedroom in the morning with stripper heels on.”
Of course, she concludes the interview with biggest unoriginal cliché to define originality in the book,
“I don’t analyze myself and I don’t compare myself to other people.”
That’s good because honestly, we would never even dare think otherwise. You are sooo unique.
[PHOTO: Janet Mayer / Splash News]
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AmaiKunoichi on Saturday, October 23, 2010 at 11:25 pm
she once compared herself to kurt cobain in an interveiw
AngelBaby8181 on Saturday, October 23, 2010 at 7:27 pm
This analysis is ridiculously inaccurate. Since when did someone’s being themself mean they were totally in control? She admitted that she’s insane and moody – that is herself. Being yourself means acting the way you are naturally rather than trying to be a character that pleases the people around you. Thus, she meant that she’s insane and moody at all times, not that she’s in control of her mood and her sanity.