“Now everyone is a critic,” she said with a smile, on the subject of the tabloid press and online bloggers. “I don’t read blogs. It’s just God-knows-who in Buttf— wherever writing hate sh–. You can’t take it seriously. I’m sure you’ve all been hated on at some point by buttf— people.”
Technically anyone can be a critic. You don’t need certification to be one. Anyway, she should read blogs. Especially mine. There’s nothing but seriousness going on here.
Aguilera confessed she hasn’t seen much of any of the singing competition shows — including her own. “I’ve not actually seen a full episode of any of the other music shows. I saw the commercials early on of American Idol of Simon being a dick. I was like, ‘Man, that’s not what it’s about!’ I didn’t want to treat people like that. I wanted to do The Voice to show that we can be positive. We don’t have to knock people down.”
Positivity? But how will we feel better about ourselves without knocking someone down?! How, I ask you?
Christina also talks about being told by Linda Perry to not do all that acrobatic voice stuff like Mariah Carey, finally understanding what Twitter is all about, being a powerful woman in the business and not reading anything about herself because she wants to stay hungry. Wait… nevermind. Too easy.