Stop the presses! Rock stars ain't role models! Roll over Chuck Berry, and take your spy-cams with you.
Chanteuse Natalie Cole has decried polyabuser Amy Winehouse's big night at the Grammys (which are some music awards program or something and happened over the weekend):
"I don't think she should have won. I think it sends a bad message to our young people who are trying to get into this business, the ones who are trying to do it right and really trying to keep themselves together. We have to stop rewarding bad behavior….It's not right for her to be able to have her cake and eat it too," the 58-year-old singer [said].
"Wino" hit it big with her wry, anti-therapeutic state anthem (I'm taking some liberties here) "Rehab"–and is currently being treated as an outpatient after, er, going to rehab.
More here. I'm guessing next up is a cover of the Alanis Morrisette's "Ironic." And when are celebrities–and teachers and government types, etc., with the noticeable exception of former deodorant pitchman and NBA great Charles Barkley–finally going to admit what the rest of us know: They are "well-paid but impotent puppets."
The Animals explain the headline here, complete with that fucking organ sound that haunts our collective soul still like the comedown from a methified long weekend: