Monday, August 9, 2010 at 8:20 a.m.
Rolling Stone/Mark Seliger; Vanity Fair/Nick Knight
At this point, Katy Perry and Lady Gaga need to get their raging narcissistic tendencies a hotel room and let them scissor each other into submission. Neither can go 72 hours without finding an 85-mm lens and a light kit to shove their cans in front of. This time around, the enablers have been Rolling Stone
for Katy and Vanity Fair
for Lady Gaga.
My worry: All this overexposure is going to desensitize the American public to the wonder and beauty of breasts. The only thing Katy and Gaga will have left will be magazine spreads of their annual mammograms.
As the Boob Wars motto goes: It's all fun and games until someone shoots his or her libido out.