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Pink’s video pokes fun at ‘Stupid Girls’
The title of Pink’s upcoming album, due April 4, is I’m Not Dead. And if you don’t believe the 26-year-old singer/songwriter is indeed alive and kicking, check out some of the lyrics in her already controversial new single, Stupid Girls:
Go to Fred Segal, you’ll find them there/Laughin’ loud so all the little people stare/Lookin’ for a daddy to pay for the champagne …
They travel in packs of two or three/With their itsy bitsy doggies and their teenie weenie tees …/Porno paparazzi girls …
Sound like anyone you might have spotted in the tabloids lately? In the video for Girls, which premiered Jan. 26 on MTV’s Overdrive, Pink (Alecia Elliott) appears at one point stumbling around in oversized shades, beads and a billowy frock, possibly evoking Mary-Kate or Ashley Olsen in an unguarded moment.
Another clip shows the singer driving recklessly while sporting a red bouffant that makes her look like Lindsay Lohan. And in a third sequence, Pink writhes atop a soaped-up car while clad in a long blond wig, bikini top, short shorts and boots, suggesting a parody of Jessica Simpson as Daisy Duke or Paris Hilton in her ad for Carl’s Jr. hamburgers.
There’s also a scene resembling an amateur sex video, perhaps alluding to one of Hilton’s earlier, less polished efforts.
Pink herself isn’t naming any names in the song or in the press.
“It’s pretty obvious,” the singer says. “I’m talking about a general mentality. I use examples because I can’t help but be blunt.” (Representatives for the Olsens, Lohan, Simpson and Hilton either didn’t return calls or e-mails or declined to comment.)
The single and video, which also has images referring to bulimia and cosmetic surgery, aren’t judgmental in intent, Pink says. “I use humor as well. And I’m not saying I’m better than any of these girls. There are 50 new tabloids every year, and I’m in them, and I read them, and I do stupid things.
“But this is a reaction to that, and it was brought on by several conversations I’ve had with women and girls. Women have fought so long and hard for our rights and equality, and now all our attention is put on being a size 0.
“Rather than focusing on someone who can’t pay rent, or a child who’s sick, or on our children and brothers overseas, it’s about living vicariously through these people who seem to shop all day.”
Although Pink has been outspoken on disc in the past, primarily about more personal matters, the topical focus of Stupid Girls is a venture into new territory. She leaps even further on another track on the new album, the even more pointed Dear Mr. President.
Girls and President fundamentally address “the exact same thing: distraction, consumerism and fear. I’ve always tried to rally people to fight for what they believe in.”