Lourdes Leon, 15, was photographed smoking a cigarette in NYC

Madonna’s oldest kid, Loudes Leon, is a smoker. Lourdes is only 15 years old! Damn. We don’t have the photos, but you can see them here at The Mail. Lourdes holding a lit cigarette, looking very young and like she’s trying to be so cool. I smoked my first cigarette when I was 17 years old… 17 is different then 15, in my opinion. Lola can’t even drive yet, but she can get her hands on cigs?

Madonna’s 15-year-old daughter Lourdes Leon appears to already have picked up a bad nicotine habit after she was pictured smoking a cigarette on Friday. The eldest daughter of the Material Girl was seen puffing away as she loitered around with male friends in New York. She had the cigarette in her hand as a pal lighted it for her and seemed very comfortable with it. The legal age for smoking in America is 18.

Wearing a black and white mini dress with matching shoes, the 10th grade schoolgirl wore dark shades and her long hair loosely around her shoulders. At one point she even sneakily tried to hide the cigarette in her hand by holding it upside down as she walked along.

Lourdes is following in her mother’s footsteps in many ways including her passion for fashion with the family’s clothing line Material Girl. But as Madonna was seen seductively posing with a cigarette in her latest music video Girl Gone Wild, it appears it may be a bad habit picked up closer to home.

Madonna’s rep had denied the singer had started smoking again after pictures surfaced of her with what looked like a cigarette in hand while shooting her movie W.E. in 2010. But regardless of whether the 53-year-old was just posing with it or does still smoke, it may not be the best example to set for her four children.

Lourdes will reportedly join her mother’s backing dancers when she kicks off her 50-country world tour in Israel in May.

‘It is the first time Lourdes will have appeared on stage with her mum,’ says a source. ‘There are risqué dancers and some blatantly sexual dance routines – but Madonna is really excited about Lourdes making an appearance.’

[From The Mail]

I was wondering about Madonna smoking too – her latest video for “Girl Gone Wild” is full of cigarette smoking. I remember that Madonna used to smoke, like, way back in the day, but I wasn’t aware that she was still doing it, or back to it. So maybe Lola got her cigs from Madge? I hope Madge nips this in the bud… although… Lola has at times seemed “too grown-up” for her age for several years now. When she was 13 years old, she was wearing pot-motif’d clothing, and when she was 14, she already had dyed hair, a face-full of makeup and her own press conferences for her fashion line. This girl has grown up very fast, and Madonna seems okay with it so far.

Photos courtesy of WENN, Fame/Flynet.

 

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  1. hstl1 says:

    Honestly, we all did stupid things when we were teenagers. But, I really feel for her that her every move is photographed and scrutinized. I am sure she will be punished by her parents for smoking so there is no need to beat up a 15 yr. old KID in the press.

  2. Bite me says:

    Oh dear *clutches pearls*

  3. GoodCapon says:

    Shock horror!

    Anyway, she is a really beautiful girl IMO, but she needs to fire her makeup artist.

  4. mamaT says:

    i started smoking at 12 no no judgement here. (and no, i no longer smoke. haven’t in 10 years, 7 months, 19 days and 18 hours.)

  5. Gia says:

    Kids being kids. I was 15 when I started too…her mom can’t condone it though. I always had to sneek around. I don’t smoke anymore btw. Quit before I hit 30.

  6. dorothy says:

    I saw that. But, did you see pics of her mom’s arse hanging out at the concert the other night? How morbidly embarrassing for the girl. Nothing so sad as your mom trying to be 20 and not pulling it off. I’m surprised the girl isn’t hitting the bottle.

  7. Marjalane says:

    She’s such a pretty girl, I really hope she doesn’t turn out to be as big a narcissistic b*tch as her mother.

    • DreamyK says:

      She is stunning. Much prettier than her mother ever was. Madge always laid on the make-up and hair dye, but Lourdes is gorgeous naturally. I do wish she would put the smokes away, though. It’s a terrible habit that just wreaks havoc on a body.

  8. Nanz says:

    I was 15 when I started smoking “socially.” It turned into a habit for me and I didn’t quit until I was 27. My only reaction to this is it reminded me of the MANY times I tried to quit and regretted the day I started. Took me 2-3 yrs of throwing full packs away (among other quit methods) before I finally did. God, it’s soooo hard to quit. Ugh. I’ll shut up now. But I feel sorry or teens who start smoking bc they have no idea what a PITA habit it is to shake.

    • Raven says:

      I was 16 and didn’t quit until I was 34. Then it took me 2 years until I was consistently smoke free. I’m hoping her mother will do something to keep her from starting, because it is incredibly hard to quit. That said, I’m sure there will be a lot of bad habits on that tour. I hope she doesn’t end up with some she later regrets.

    • Rhiley says:

      My story is similar to yours: started smoking socially at 12, full on habit by 15, and didn’t quit until I was 23. Best thing I ever did. I hope Lourdes doesn’t make a habit of it because smoking is so awful and it ruins your skin and voice. Not to mention cancer is a real bitch. I was surprised Madonna was still smoking. I guess she probably does it as an appetite surpressant. Trashy.

  9. k says:

    The problem with smoking vs. doing other stupid things as a teenager is that (studies show) kids who smoke find it much harder to quit than those who start as adults. Too bad she didn’t pick a different stupid “thing.”

  10. Eleonor says:

    A 15 years old smoking a cigarette trying to be cool…it’s meh. I got drunk for the first time at 15, so I can’t judge.
    Her mother hangin around in panties like she still is 21 it’s worse. IMHO.

  11. paola says:

    Poor kid, she really has no idea of the big impact she has on the media…. being caught by a photographer smoking a sigarette is much worse then being caught by your mother in person. hopefully she’ll quit smoking but she’ll learn the lesson and maybe next time she’ll do something so stupid behind close doors!

  12. bigorexia says:

    She will bring the Cryptkeeper genes on more quickly too. She will probably regret that.

  13. hillbillygirl45 says:

    If I had Madonna for a mother, ain’t no tellin’ what I’d be doin’. Little girl’s only doing what she’s seen, now, think about THAT for a minute…….

  14. satty says:

    just because YOU started doing something at 17 doesn’t make that the gold standard for everyone else. and you were still a teenager, so give her a break.

  15. Katalina says:

    I thought they changed the legal smoking age to 19? I’m not all that surprised she’s smoking, she’s a teenager. And if my mom was Madonna, I’d probably be in rehab or a straightjacket by now.

  16. Lukie says:

    I started smoking at 12 w/o peer pressure. My friend & I were both the youngest in families, only had sisters, and pretty much all of the women smoked.

    We bought a pack (camels or marlboros, I think) b/c we wanted to know what the hype was. Neither one of us really quit till we were around 30.

    Kids don’t follow the “do as I

    • Lukie says:

      Computer hiccup. What I was trying to post was:

      I started smoking at 12 w/o peer pressure. My friend & I were both the youngest in families, only had sisters, and pretty much all of the women smoked.

      We bought a pack (camels or marlboros, I think) b/c we wanted to know what the hype was. Neither one of us really quit till we were around 30.

      Kids don’t follow the “do as I say, not as I do” model very well. Her mom acts comfortable with it, so why would Lourdes see a whole lot wrong w/it (past health reasons)?

      Plus, she goes to a performing arts school (which I am pretty sure is where these were taken. Oddly, I recognize the wall of the building. Unfortunately, that’s what many of those creative kids do. Its what “creative badasses do” in there brain. Hopefully, she will quit sooner than later…

  17. Mary says:

    I remember reading a story a few years ago about how Madonna didn’t let her kids watch tv or eat junk food. But they can smoke?
    I started smoking when I was 15 too and now at 27, I have a gross smoker’s cough and can’t seem to quit. I hope Lourdes doesn’t go down the same path.

  18. nikzilla37 says:

    She really has grown up fast. I started to smoke at age 15 too.

  19. Jazzmin says:

    Next CB title: Lourdes Leon to write a tell all about her years as Madonna’s daughter” JUICY!!!

  20. bagladey says:

    Oh, and there I was thinking Lourdes was mature and smart. In those “smoking” pics in the Mail I also seem to be seeing a ring in her right nostril.

    • Minty says:

      I wonder if she’ll have more positive role models she can emulate in the upcoming years. Madonna’s draconian house rules have already backfired because they encourage Lourdes to rebel more.

      When your very rich and famous mother is narcissistic, pretentious, and insecure about her age, and when there’s a good chance she might try to seduce your boyfriends, you are going to have issues. Good luck, Lourdes.

  21. Tazina says:

    The problem is it’s so hard to quit. I doubt Madonna smokes. She’s too health conscious. She isn’t going to like this one bit but not sure how you can make a 15 year old girl quit smoking.

  22. MrsBarneyStinson says:

    Meh. Its no big deal. I mean, she’s 15. A lot of teens experiment at that age. I guess, she wanted to impress those guys she was hanging out with and/or distract them from talking about her mother’s legs. Its possible. =|

  23. missy says:

    I try not to be judgmental of parents and kids, so all I’ll say is that I hope Lourdes doesn’t get too addicted and gives smoking up soon. Having said that I’m floored that the majority of commentators are dismissing something as dangerous as smoking as “no big deal” when I’ve seen plenty of other celebrity kids and parents crucified for much more trivial things.

    • Blue says:

      Exactly! Smoking is serious and bad. People are acting very nonchalant about it. My 2 year old is starting to mime smoking because my step dad smokes. Of course he’s trying to blame tv commercials and not that fact that she sees him smoking a lot, we don’t visit as much because of it and i hate hugging her and smelling smoke because he smokes outside and comes right back inside and picks her up. Yuck! Smoking is gross and bad and with so much knowledge out there I don’t understand why people continue to start at all.

  24. vanessa says:

    Wow, she is stunning. If I saw her on the street, I would stare at her. No homo

    • Jazzmin says:

      Really Vanessa? was there any need to throw the “no homo” at the end of your comment. Is OK to admire another woman and post it on a blog without the “no homo” comment at the end. Being a homo is not a disease.

    • Minty says:

      Wow, they’re still using “no homo”? I wish that phrase would die a fiery death. You can compliment the looks of someone of the same gender without it automatically turning into sexual attraction. Straight males are worse. Their heterosexuality is so frickin’ fragile that it’s in constant danger of “turning gay” if they glance at an attractive man or wear pink. Puh-leeze.

      @Jazzmin:
      Exactly. Well said! Maybe Vanessa is still a teen, literally or emotionally. There will always be people different from ourselves. She better get used to it. People need to grow up and respect diversity.

  25. nytefyre says:

    well, it’s not like it’s illegal for her to be smoking. she will live her life the way she sees fit. yes, smoking is bad for you. i’m sure she knows that.

  26. Lindy says:

    My dad is an oncologist. I grew up hearing about lung and skin cancer (and sometimes seeing gory, gruesome slides from presentations he was giving). This week there was an obit in the paper of a woman who is 32. She was a patient of my dad’s (who put off seeing a doctor b/c she thought she just had a bad smoker’s cough). She died of lung cancer, left 2 young kids behind.

    Sorry, but I’m just not inclined to be dismissive about a kid who starts smoking at 15.

    • lw says:

      I agree. My younger brother (32)just had his foot amputated. He has a lot of health issues, but the doctors told him that smoking exacerbated all of his other ailments greatly. I don’t really care about what Lourdes does. But I have heard that there has been a huge resurgence in teen smoking. Nasty habit that is so difficult to stop.

  27. tmbg says:

    I remember the smokers from high school were called “The Smokestack Gang” because they stood on a corner that was not school property and smoked before and after class. A lot of them continued to smoke past their teen years (some still smoke to this day), which I think is probably normal for such an addictive habit.

    One of the most disgusting things I’ve ever heard was a woman’s smoker’s cough. I think she had emphysema and it was just these long, phlegmy hacks.

    But you can’t tell a teenager anything.

  28. Reece says:

    *shrugs*Don’t care. She may stop eventually she may not, either way, her choice, nobody shoved them in her mouth.
    I preferred the green cigs when I was a teenager and like green butter in my cookies. ;)

  29. LovenWorth says:

    She is such a beautiful latin version of Madonna, I started smoking at 15 so I feel, people in glass houses should not throw stones, not at all for teenage smoking but since I did it, I would feel completely hypocritical judging someone else.

  30. Mia says:

    Um. She’s 15. This is not shocking or crazy or because she’s a celeb’s daughter. We got our hands on a pack and smoked them at a friend’s Bat Mitvah.

    She is a pretty girl, she could have easily asked a guy for a cigarette, one of her friends could have easily snatched a pack from someone in their household.

    You’re SUPPOSED to do stuff like this, this is what being a teenager is and now this poor girl has been ratted out to her mom because she gets papped when most kids get away with those first few tries.

  31. samab says:

    andshe ‘s probably doing much more than that…honestly

  32. fabgrrl says:

    Oh noes! A teen smoking…cigarettes….better call CPS!

  33. MyCatLoves TV says:

    It doesn’t HAVE to be a big deal but it could be. My best friend and I decided that since we were starting high school in the fall that we needed to be “cool.” I don’t know how we each got ahold of packs of Marlboro but we did. I stood in my basement stairwell and lit up. I even inhaled and blew smoke out my nose….so cool, right. I didn’t get sick. But it stunk and my fingers stunk. I thought this is totally stupid and dropped the pack in the mailbox by my house. But my best friend kept smoking and was a chain smoker by 11th grade. So it can go either way, I guess. That doesn’t make me better than my friend or smarter. I guess I didn’t have the addictive “thing” in my brain for cigarettes. I hope this pretty girl doesn’t get hooked. I have been told it SUCKS to try to quit.

  34. SpunkyPR says:

    I’m not surprised that she’s smoking at 15, just shows she does have moments of being a regular teenager. What I’m surprised about is if Madonna allows this; remember, this woman claims her children don’t watch tv and eat foods that only she approves. Then again, that was back when she was married to Guy, now that she’s too busy messing around with 20 year olds, she probably doesn’t care anymore since she needs to be the “cool mom”.

    • Jayna says:

      Why would you think she allowed it? She was at school with friends. Madonna just said she is bringing Lola on tour with her this summer because she is 15 and needs to keep an eye on her. Though she acted like Lola would be working backstage with the costumes, not out front dancing. She said Lola hates attention and
      didn’t even want credit on the album for backing vocals on a song.

      She said Lola plays piano beautifully and dances,
      so whatever she wanted to do. The last tour it was so cute, the very last show Lola played the piano whole mom sang a song, and she and Rocco danced on stage with the dancers I’n the closing number.

  35. Happy21 says:

    I used to mimic smoking as a kid and then started full-time at 14. My parents both smoked in the house, in the car, while I was in the womb. It was not something that I thought was bad when I started.

    I smoked until I was 31. The day after my mum was diagnosed with lung cancer. She died a year later. I have been smoke free for almost 3 years.

    I know its what kids do and we all just assume that Madonna is ok with it. She very well may not be. Lourdes could be getting grounded from these photos as we speak! I think with a lot of teens starting smoking, its a rite of passage and something that people get over. I was the last of my friends that started at the same time as me to quit.

  36. Jayna says:

    I tried it at fifteen around the corner from school with friends who were smoking. After three days of trying to be cool I gave up. I hated it.

    • Kim says:

      I hope this is what Lourdes does. She is to young and healthy to be smoking. What a shame to see such a pretty girl do something so ugly & stupid. Its beneath her.

      Sure most kids try it but most do just that, try it, but dont take it up.

      Majority of the time kids emulate their parents when it comes to smoking hence why Lourdes is smoking at such a young age – because her mother does and her mother glorifies it in her videos.

  37. Candyland says:

    And so? Everybody smokes. She better watch out for mama though. MAma gonna pull that cig right out of her lips.

    • Minty says:

      No hon. Everybody does NOT smoke. Way to go with that blanket statement.

      Lifelong smokers often start when they are teens and don’t have the best judgment. But many of us have relatives and friends who smoked and later paid dearly. There are enough cancer and emphysema patients to show you what can happen down the road. Smart people learn not only from their mistakes, but from other people’s mistakes, too.

    • ol cranky says:

      Both of my parents and my older brother smoked, I didn’t. My brother quit in his late 20s but my parents continued to smoke despite my working in pulmonary medicine. By then I realized you have to want to quit inherently because someone pressuring you just isn’t enough. My mom finally quit when she was on vacation because there was a really long wait for the smoking section of a restaurant; when she went cold turkey for 24-hours my dad quit because he was not going to be put to shame that mom had more willpower. Ironically, the day they came back (1 week smoke free), my Aunt was diagnosed with lung cancer – that was the scare that got my Aunt and Uncle to quit.

      Oh yeah, and I should point out that the one person in the family that never smoked, is the only one who developed pulmonary issues (like many non-smoking children, I had damage to my small airways from second hand smoke and became an asthmatic in my early 30s)

      • Minty says:

        ol cranky, I’m very sorry about the health problems you are experiencing.

        My brother and I had childhood asthma because my dad was a smoker. He finally quit after his father died of emphysema from a lifelong nicotine addiction.

        People who start smoking really need to get it into their heads that they’re not just risking their health, they are risking the health of their loved ones.

      • ol cranky says:

        @Minty – in a very weird way, developing asthma was actually a very good thing. I’d been doing clinical research including work on asthma some time prior to having any symptoms & being diagnosed so there were a few things I suddenly had a really good understanding of having experienced them first hand and it actually improved my ability to develop better programs. I consider it a weird little blessing (except on days like today when I wish I could reach in & scratch the inside of my lungs)

      • Minty says:

        @ol cranky:
        It really deepened your existing empathy because you know what asthma patients go through. You have a great attitude: when life hands you lemons, you make lemonade. If there are better, more effective treatments soon for people with compromised lungs, it will be because of your hard work and the work of other researchers. More power to you and best wishes!

    • Kim says:

      My son is same age as Lourdes and doesnt smoke. He absolutely hates even just the smell of smoke.

      • hmm says:

        hate to break it to you, but that’s probably a ruse… he’s probably smoking when you’re not around. just sayin.

      • ol cranky says:

        @hmm if Kim’s been open and not preachy about not smoking, it’s probably not a ruse. There are a lot of kids in HS that really don’t like the smell of cigarettes/smoke and don’t smoke.

      • tmbg says:

        Why is it so hard to believe her son doesn’t smoke? I didn’t as a teen and had a group of good friends that didn’t either. Not everyone falls into bad habits.

        On another forum I visit, I just read about a member whose mother has been diagnosed with COPD and she doesn’t have enough breath to talk or even go to the bathroom. They had to move a commode next to her bed. This is what smokers have to look forward to when they’re older (and this woman is only in her 60s), unless they’re extremely lucky.

  38. Violet says:

    A lot of teens give into peer pressure and start smoking — I’m sure I would’ve as well, except I was asthmatic thanks to my dad’s smoking so lighting up made me wheeze — but they usually aren’t confronted with quite as many temptations as Lourdes.

    The bigger issue is that, as Madonna’s daughter, I’m sure there are lots of people — sycophants, offspring of other celebs, rich classmates — that freely offer her access to hard drugs. If she’s weak enough to start smoking, she’s going to be easy prey.

    Madonna had better pull herself together and stop acting like she’s her daughter’s age, so she can focus on helping Lourdes avoid the pitfalls of being a celebrity kid.

  39. irishserra says:

    My oldest daughter was born the same time Lourdes was. LOL. Lourdes looks and acts a lot older. I guess she’s probably behaving within her social norms.

  40. Kim says:

    Gross!!! Madonna smoking in her video and making it seem cool (its NOT) is a terrible role model for her daughter.

    My son (same age as Lourdes) detests smoking. He literally has a gag reflex to smoke. Thanks goodness.

  41. hmm says:

    well she sure does have that BORED look down, just like her mother. her face just says I’m SO ABOVE YOU.

  42. wonderwoman21 says:

    I’d smoke too if Madonna was my mom. I’d probably cry as well

  43. Madison says:

    The stupid things teenagers do, I hope for her sake it doesn’t turn into a habit.

  44. Mrs. Odie 2 says:

    Mothers who smoke tend to have kids who smoke. Demi Moore’s kids smoke because both Demi andd Bruce do (so does Ashton). I don’t know if Reece Witherspoon smokes, but her new husband does, so I imagine we’ll see her kids puffing away. Julia Roberts’ kids definitely will. The Jolie-Pitts will probably be half and half since Brad smokes like a fiend and Angie only smokes heroin and meth (KIDDING!). Smokers start young. Most adult smokers will tell you they started as young teens.

  45. Laura says:

    Here’s a novel idea: smoking is just as, if mot more, lethal as hard drugs. In the UK the NHS spends £££s on anti-smoking adverts and millions treating those stupid enough to smoke who now have cancer. The government will never ban it because of the revenue they get from the sales of tobacco. Money talks eh…

  46. Lurker says:

    Well, I guess I am the only one with this opinion, but I don’t think Lourdes is a knock out. This girl has pretty hair and exotic looking eyes, other than that, I don’t think she is beautiful. I have seen prettier girls in the mall. The smoking thing is bad if she is supposed to be a role model for kids. If Miley had done that, people would have jumped all over it. Lourdes seems to have a sense of entitlement also, which is not surprising being raised by Madonna. If she were not Madonna’s child, I doubt that she would be famous.

    • mariaj says:

      ” Well, I guess I am the only one with this opinion, but I don’t think Lourdes is a knock out. This girl has pretty hair and exotic looking eyes, other than that, I don’t think she is beautiful. I have seen prettier girls in the mall.”

      No, you’re not alone in this, and i have read others commenters agree with you ( and me). I think too, that she is a pretty, but in an average kind of way. NOt only that: i read, sometime, that Madonna has never been ” beautiful ” like her daughter. Well, sure Madonna has never been an absolut beauty, but she was very pretty in her best years, and Lourdes DOESN’T have those Madonna’s fine blue eyes. More she has a face a bit …horsey.If anyhthing, mother and daugther have just the same kind of beauty: fine, but not that great, and noticeable just with make up.

      Anyway, smoking at 15? not a big deal, the teens try that. BUT: on the road? What? she doesn’t care to be caught? Well, that means she is not afraid of the reaction ( and the smoking is an attitude )OR that she is not very clever.

    • Tracy says:

      No, you’re not the only one. I never got the raves over her looks either. Seems to go hand in hand with how she has usually gotten a pass for things (in this case the smoking) another person her age (famous or not) would be criticized for.

  47. BELLA says:

    It could be worse,she could dating a 5 year old and adopting from Disney!!!

  48. BELLA says:

    Mommy dearest,SHE LOOKS JUST LIKE HER DADDY..

  49. Jess says:

    When I was a teenager, I never got the urge to experiment with cigarettes and alcohol. My friends tried to pressure me but I stood my ground and never felt like I needed to do stupid things just to fit in or be cool. But then I started reading grown up books since I was 7 and knew what will happen if you smoked and my family is in the medical field so growing up, I heard a lot of horror stories about smoking and drinking. In my opinion, if kids were brought up properly, they wouldn’t try to do silly and harmful things. Unless they are just plain stupid.

    • Mrs. Odie 2 says:

      All teens rebel in some way. Even well brought up ones.

    • Leen says:

      Teenagers are dumb. I know many kids who used to say smoking kills, cancer, and all the health implications (btw there are warnings on the packets as well, it’s not like they are clueless), then give it a couple of years and they are puffing away on cigarettes and experimenting. Some people don’t try out smoking and that’s fine, and some do, and that’s fine as well. But I am 100% that most teenagers know the health implications, they just do it anyway. Doesn’t make them the exceptionally stupid. Do you know many sane, unrebellious, attitude-free, hormone-free teenagers? I definately do not.

      My parents used to tell me all the time that smoking kills, how your lungs turn black, how your Alveolis get tar, and shrink, and all the gruesome intimate details of what happens when you smoke. I still smoked when I was a teen. It happens, you rebel.

  50. Kimlee says:

    I find it funny if a celebrity parent is seen smoking the outrage but when Lourdes is smoking at 15 it’s fine and no big deal.

    Very hypocritical

  51. skuddles says:

    Careful Lola, Mommy might cook you and eat you when she hears about this…

  52. Tara says:

    None of those pics look like she’s holding a cigarette to me. In the first pic it looks like she’s holding a marker. I’m obviously missing something …

  53. Kathryn says:

    I’m sure she’ll grow out of it.

  54. Lisa says:

    I tried my first cigarette when I was 13, with a friend who had started in third grade. Even I was appalled by that, but it goes to show how hard it is to quit. I finished that cigarette and never touched another. She’s just experimenting.

    • kimberly says:

      My sister started smoking at the age of 13 and said she was just checking it out.

      She’s in her 20′s and still smokes.

      it goes both ways

      I guess you forgot that cigarettes are filled with addictive chemicals?

      that’s why lots of people can’t seem to quit. Drinking is worse than smoking hands down!!!! So hopefully she’s not downing shots and blacking out yet.

  55. Adrien says:

    She looks like Stefani Germanotta.

  56. Annie says:

    I guess I feel pretty nochalent about this because I sometimes smoked socially in my teens but it just never turned into a habit for me even though it had ample opportunity to do so and even though I have an addictive personality. I haven’t smoked for years. Lourdes is most likely just experimenting. I’d be MUCH more worried at this stage if I found out she was drinking regularly – smoking is super unhealthy and there are cancer risks etc, but isn’t mind altering and won’t put someone’s life in a rapid downhill spiral like other addictions can. Not to make light of the cancer factor or anything but there is a reason why recovering drug and alcohol addicts are often still allowed to smoke. Cigarettes won’t turn you into a soulless zombie.

    If she was smoking in the school grounds though – I hope she got detention!

  57. Nik says:

    I don’t think that is her in the photos … its a look a like. Lourdes doesn’t have a nose ring does she?

  58. kimberly says:

    it’s a good thing this girl has money because if she was a “normal” girl she would be so much uglier without her fancy clothes and makeup, and she wouldn’t have had insurance to fix her teeth.

  59. Bjd says:

    She will seriously be sorry if she goes down the horrible smoking road. Almost impossible to quit for sure. And you always smell nasty!

  60. Francesca says:

    She looks like a Kardashian. And that is not a good thing…

  61. Jack Keenan says:

    I wonder sometimes if there is any connection between ADHD and kids who start smoking at a young age. I heard somewhere that nicotine is similar at a molecular level to ADHD medications.