so the talk at work today is the super bowl.
the seahawks got some people owing money.
the majority of the talk is that of katy perry’s performance.
the reviews from this office are pretty…
i don’t think i gave my thoughts,
so here goes…
now i like katy perry.
her music is pure pop fun and foolishness.
its something to listen to while eating ice cream or climbing a tree.
it reminds me of all the “good girl/bad girl” snow bunnies from teen movies.
i do need to be in the mood to listen to her music tho.
that song makes my inner ratchet twerk deep inside.
her performance last night was “interesting”.
well it was actually all over the place.
she went from riding the white tiger ranger,
to being on an illuminated chess board,
and then being on isle delfino from “mario sunshine”.
that was the part that confused me.
well not as confused as the two sharks:
(can i say i laugh out so loud looking at that?)
it was like it was a dark theme,
that went light,
and then went back dark again.
i felt it was too “cutesy” for a testosterone dominated superbowl halftime show.
like that should have been the opening act at the “teen choice awards”.
hell trl’s first episode.
its bad when bae anderson cooper has something to say:
i can truly say i have missed missy elliott.
i am one of her biggest fans and own pretty much all her music,
btw: needz an album in 2015 missy.
i had to wonder if katy didn’t bring out missy or lenny kravitz…
Would her performance have been a complete struggle?
its no doubt she needs theatrics to keep people interested,
but is she stuck in this “nickelodeon/tongue in cheek” persona forever?
like how is she even going to transition to being an “older” artist?
its bad when another woman,
and a damn discombobulated shark,
steal the show from right under you.
lowkey: on good news,
missy’s music is charting on itunes!