Hey, maybe I've got her all wrong and she's truly a dark and subversive personality behind the consciously plasticized celebrity she portrays. I just think it's slightly sad to market yourself as a product and not a person.
Whether or not she knew the message behind this is irrelevant to me. The image is the ultimate parody of celebrity, a mass of spare plastic parts in a plastic surgeon's office, stuffed into a status shopping bag. So, if she really is so whitty and tongue in cheek, then why is she the epitome of all things wrong with celebrity culture.
I'm just speaking for myself right here.
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