Was Katy Perry’s costume change at the MuchMusic Awards inappropriate?

I’m not a prude. I know that’s the first thing a prude would say, so maybe I should just own it and move on. I’m not one of those pearl-clutchers who thinks that exposing children to a nip is some devastating, awful act. That being said, Katy Perry’s “act” continues to piss me off. It’s not that she’s exposing her body – it’s the way in which she exposes herself, and the way she combines very cartoony, kid-friendly imagery with very adult and inappropriate imagery and themes. It bothers me that she combines everything.

These are photos of Katy at last night’s MuchMusic Awards in Toronto. I’ve looked through all of the photos, and I’ve gotten a sense of what the vibe for the show was like – much more kid-friendly than, say, the MTV Music Awards. The MTV Music Awards are for teenagers – MuchMusic is for tweens and younger. Justin Bieber was there, as was Carly Rae Jepsen, Selena Gomez and whoever your Canadian tween cousin would want to see.

Now, Katy changed outfits several times. One dress for the red carpet (the black and gold Vawk gown) is fine. She wore a few different outfits during the show, and then THIS happened:

Is she too exposed? Am I just overreacting to a concentration of crotch bedazzles, which give the shadowy effect of beav? No, I don’t think so. The Mail has more photos from the show, and it becomes clear that Katy’s bodysuit was WAY too see-through for a kids’ show. So… am I overreacting? Did Katy do this because she’s desperate for attention? Did she just not realize how inappropriate her costume was?

Photos courtesy of WENN.

 

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  1. sup says:

    wasn’t this britney’s stage outfit once? and in some video too? looks familiar…

  2. ILLNana says:

    I’m more weirded out by the little girl with cupcakes on her boobs.

  3. notsoanonymous says:

    I’m far more offended by whoever let the little girl in the top photo wear a halter top with cupcakes on the chest. I get that they are all dressed like her from videos, but come ON.

    Her songs are not appropriate for kids. I had no idea that Katy Perry had kid appeal whatsoever, but I guess it does make a bit of sense…

    • HotPockets says:

      I know! They could have completed the outfit with JUST the blue wig, maybe a cupcake headband, but I don’t like where those cupcakes are positioned on her shirt, not on a little girl. How disturbing!

      • lulu says:

        all these comments and yet…and yet…we’re all wondering who the parents are? Who watches these shows with their own little girls? And who okays it in the first place? Maybe a kid has the bad luck of having a crazy mother who would choose the cupcake outfit, but how come the organisers don’t veto it and put her in her place? My kids are 19, 18 and 16 now, and I have to say (sounding exactly like my own mother before me!), I’m so glad they aren’t growing up now.

      • HotPockets says:

        Lulu, I cosign. I don’t have children, but I would never allow my child to wear that shirt, especially on an awards show. Like this site pointed at, Katy Perry constantly uses child like imagery in her videos, it’s almost like she is trying to cater and appeal to pedophiles and children at the same time.

        Example, let’s take a little girl and put cupcakes where her prepubescent breasts are. What kind of message is that? I am not a prude by any means, but people are becoming desensitized to a a lot of the imagery being used in the entertainment industry.

        I can’t completely blame Katy Perry, we can’t forget when Britney Spears danced around in a revealing school girl outfit singing, “hit me baby one more time,” when she was 16 or maybe that time Miley Cyrus poll danced at an awards show 2-3 years back.

        I don’t care if it a grown woman parading herself around like a gimmick, but when it is a young child, where have gone wrong as a society to think this is remotely acceptable?

  4. RocketMerry says:

    She is just so…ugh. Can’t even.

    Of course it was inappropriate: that’s her whole claim to fame, and she’s clinging to it for dear life.

  5. Jover says:

    She may be the most annoying talentless fameho on the planet; is this all she does appear at utterly useless awards shows mainly put on to sate egos and fill air time. THis makes me wistful for the days before wrap around media marketing, cell phones, cable and internet. Music and entertainment had a much different feel; yes, call me old-fashioned but the more we see of these hacks the more tedious and uninteresting they become. End of rant.

  6. Tiffany27 says:

    She’s been more exposed in her music videos. This is fully covered to her.

  7. FreeSpiritedGirl says:

    Oh my God! Eww! It looks like she has got lots of pubic hair down there. This is the most desperate move ever by her to get the attention.

  8. Vera says:

    As said before, the girl with cupcake boobs is much worse. Still not horrid by as it isn’t super revealing for a little kid, but still pushing it.

    Katy’s looks fine. I mean, it isn’t some amazing outfit, but as for it covering her up, it is fine. I was expecting much worse. I can clearly see a full leotard under and even though the rhinestones are in the regions they are, they aren’t shaped like a bush down there or anything. Maybe at the awards or whatever it seemed a bit more revealing, but in these pictures it just highlights to me that there should have been built in lining rather than a leotard underneath because it is really visible in a not-so-great way (but still not inappropriate, but not great to look at).

  9. liteNOTSObrite says:

    I wouldn’t cover my children’s eyes at this, so inapropriate? No. Tacky? Yes.

  10. Minky says:

    I don’t know… I’m not as offended by this as I was by Britney back in the day. She wore some risqué stuff and totally had kid appeal. Britney wore outfits like this two different times, at the MTV music awards, an in Toxic, but she showed way more than Katy is here. This just looks like a jazz costume.

  11. Rhea says:

    I saw the pics at Daily Mail. I think she didn’t realize it before, that under the bright light on the stage she would be too daring for a children show since she was using the award to covered up her modesty when she received it. Also, the outfit was not that bad when it was being concealed by a huge pair of butterfly wings she was wearing for the rendition.

  12. mwa says:

    That photo with the kids just look plain weird. Looks like something out of toddlers and tiaras. Weird

  13. ORLY says:

    I would have thought it was inappropriate if it wasn’t part of the butterfly costume. Meh.
    MMVA is tamer than MTV awards but it’s not geared toward little kids.
    Since women have the legal right to go topless (though only very few take advantage of this right) in Toronto, Katy is totally fine.
    I’m not a fine of her at all though.

    That kid on the other hand, well, the parents need to be punished. ICK.

  14. Jane says:

    To be fair to her she does say in the video on the Mail website “I had no idea I was gonna win an award after I performed or I woulda put on more clothes.” It was only for the performance and in that she was covered by the wings, and that weird sheet thing. Plus she rushes her speech so she can get backstage and change, and she does try and cover herself with her hands/the award.

  15. TXCinderella says:

    The girl with the cupcakes on her tatas are just too much. So inappropriate, and shame on her mother for letting her dress like that!

  16. flourpot says:

    She’s got a killer body, eh? I think she looks cute. The little cupcake girl – not so much.

    I do think Americans are a bit uptight when it comes to the naked body. Or nearly naked. Or too tight. Or too sheer. Or too whatever you think is wrong.

    I’m not much for the sexualization of children. The parents of the little girl who has cherry nipples needs a good bonk on the noggin, imo.

  17. Nessa says:

    Everything she does is inappropriate. That’s the only way she stays relevant. Same with Rihanna.

    • Monkey Jim says:

      Was just about to mention RiRi – getting so bored of her & pal Katy – both famewhory, try-hards of questionable talent. Though at least if when RiRi attempts to shock, she’ll own it, don’t try to act all coy when you know darn well you’re sporting a tacky sequined minge on national TV, you silly child. Meh

  18. Ainsley says:

    She looks like trash. Of course it’s a kiddie awards show–those are the only awards she can win and the beyotch is almost 30. If you show up at this flop awards show, they give you an award. I can’t with her dressing up little kids to look like that. She only appeals to kids and horny men, and it results in a perv-friendly look that I hate. I hate it when adult women infantilize themselves with the way they dress, sing, talk, etc. It’s icky.

    • Djinn says:

      Completely with you on the infantilisation thing. I have never seen a grown man put on a baby voice, line his car parcel shelf/bed with stuffed toys or wear superman pjs to work. Why do so many grown women want people to associate them with children?

      • Riana says:

        But you have seen grown men devote hours to playing video games, gushing over comic books and still argue with their friends over who’s cooler Batman or Superman?

        Just saying…both sexes have their childish desires. Look at the way men idolize cars not for real practical reasons but because of how ‘cool’ or how ‘fast’

      • Jilliterate says:

        Riana: Comics studies and ludology (the study of video games) are respected academic fields. Both mediums have long since moved on from being of interest to children, and there’s nothing childish about them at this point. Please, get with the times before you criticize.

      • Riana says:

        That totally could have been said with 99% less rude Jill.

        I’m well aware both fields have moved into the ‘academic’ the average man however is not focusing on them through an academic eye but rather on relation to a childhood enjoyment carried on into adulthood.

        Studies have been done on the degeneration of the maturity of men as well. I’m close enough to the times and will continue to criticize (which I was not) whenever I see fit.

        Women get bashed for enjoying things but on an opposite end of the spectrum things like the ‘man cave’ and ‘bro’s’ are now celebrated by society. I’m suggesting both sexes have their own unique qualities of childlike things they enjoy.

    • Bette says:

      I agree, that’s the main thing that bothers me about her: the way she has this infantilized yet sexual image. I remember reading about how she dressed in a pink onesie for an overseas flight, carried a pink blanket and a teddy bear, and talked in a baby voice to the flight attendants. I get wanting to be comfortable on a plane, but WTF?

      I also remember a quote from her in an interview where she said “I’m 99% kittens and unicorns, but if you mess with me and get the other 1%, watch out.” I know that’s supposed to mean there’s more to her than meets the eye and she can be all tough or whatever, but why would someone who’s 27 ever describe herself as “99% kittens & unicorns” (or anything similar to that)?? Talk about making yourself sound like a 10 year old … And yet she does all these nearly-naked performances and sells sex as her main commodity. Gross.

  19. ladybert62 says:

    She is just plain strange and will do anything for attentionand yes that dress is inappropriate.

    Also, what I dont like are those little girls all dressed up – the one with the cupcake boobs really grossed me out! What are the parents thinking?

  20. Crystal says:

    I like the black dress. It’s quite nice.
    As for her stage outfit…meh. I dunno, I guess I’m used to female popstars performing in nothing but leotards so this is overdressed to me. I mean tacky, yeah but inappropriate ?? Not really but I don’t have kids so maybe that’s why this doesn’t phase me. I am pretty sick of popstars performing half naked though. Not because I’m a prude or a slut shamer but because it’s boring and predictable…what about performing in a nice pantsuit or a sequined dress that isn’t short enough to show your coochie. Maybe I’m too old school.
    Hasn’t Jlo worn this in one of her performances ???

  21. TheOriginalKitten says:

    My eyes are bleeding. It’s not offensive per se, just incredibly tacky.
    Unrelated but personally, I DO think Americans freak out about weird sh*t. Just look at the JA/Vatican post, so many posters analyzing JA’s nips/breasts to a rather disturbing degree. Pretty sure that doesn’t happen anywhere but in the US. I guess here if someone has hard nipples it makes breasts more offensive to people. Just odd….

  22. Jayna says:

    The teens/Tweens have seen it all considering what many parents let their kids watch. Like Madonna once said about her videos. Put them on later with a warning, but when asked what line she wouldn’t cross she said the violence and degradation to women (Madonna is always the one in control and choosing to do in her videos) . She brought up all the violence kids are exposed to on tv but that no groups seem to be up in arms regarding that, but show a bisexual couple or nips through a sheer dress and they are up in arms. I loved her retort. On MTV make an adult hour for her but don’t forget to make a degradation to women hour and violent hour also to alert families what’s on tv and MTV music videos. That was back in 91 she said that, I think.

    • Riana says:

      That’s quite brilliant and true. If a singer or rapper wants to have a dozen women behind him grinding and bouncing, that’s okay. If a woman chooses to dress sexually she’s committing a crime against society.

      Likewise with the violence. Might not always agree with her actions but Madge always had a smart eye on society and what needed to be done to challenge the system.

  23. Jenna says:

    Whoever let their little girl be dressed in that cupcake horror needs their head read. That is just… I’m sorry. Not to be all pearl-clutchy myself, but in a world with a fair share of utter sick freaks – WHY would you put a young girl into a highly sexualized outfit at ALL, let alone on tv? That’s just… sick.

    As for Katy? Meh. Usual. While I’ll admit her music has it’s catchy moments, ever since I heard her ‘sing’ live on a local radio station without the usual accompanying help of massive of autotune, I’ve been confused what all the fuss is about. She is cute. She will do just about anything for attention… but that being said, can’t that be applied to someone who can, you know, also SING? There have to be performers out there willing to go to extremes, who are willing to perform as intensely who can carry a tune. Or is that just too much to expect? Because she is seriously awful live and on her on.

    • Djinn says:

      I’ve often wondered the same about all the talentless actors that keep getting work. I understand that most parts call for good looks but with the millions of unemployed actors out there surely we can find some who are cute AND talented.

  24. Katie says:

    Didn’t JLo do it first in her “waiting for tonight” video?

  25. mwa says:

    Its all a form of mind control and brain washing. I notice they dress all the same on stage, same music, similar videos even now colorful wigs.

  26. bea says:

    I’m prob. the only one…but I like it.

    I have never consciously listened to one of her songs, but I’ve seen tons of pics. While I hate to use the term “role model” she obvs is one to lots of young girls. She seems like a good body image one – she isn’t self-conscious about her body, she’s not super thin, and she’s celebrating her femininity in a ‘cute’ and creative way. I don’t see anything she’s wearing as being ‘slutty’ or derogatory towards women.

    I mean, it was o.k. for Tom Cruise to pretend he had a huge c*ck last week…

  27. Eleonor says:

    She has stolen one of JLO terrible catsuit.

  28. Mandy says:

    I don’t know, the main thing bothering me is the little girl with the cupcake boobs. I have a three year old daughter and this kind of stuff really pisses me off.

  29. Riana says:

    I think it’s a case of parents needing to step in and do their job. Katy Perry likes those kinds of things and I don’t think it’s wrong of her to combine cute and sexual things. You dont lose one aspect of yourself by embracing the other (cute for sexy, or sexy for cute) but whatever parent let their 5 yr old walk out the house with cupcakes taped to her chest needs to be slapped.

    Those poor girls look so moronic I feel bad for them and angry at their parents.

  30. Anne says:

    That Vawk gown was originally made for Coco Rocha, and when she wore it years ago, it was SO much better than this.

  31. randand00 says:

    Girl with cupcake boobs is problematic…very disturbing. On a more serious note, am I the only one who CAN NOT STAND Katy’s new song “Wide Awake”? I swear the constant repeating of “wide awake, wide awake, wide awake….” makes me totally postal. Beyond annoying. The sparkly unitard is just weird.

    The mom who let her child go on TV with cupcakes boobs is an idiot.

    • Tiffany says:

      I agree, I can’t stand “Wide Awake”…but then again I can’t stand most of KP’s songs. Her voice is shrill and harsh and awful.

      If I am stuck and can’t change the music (in the grocery store, etc.), I just go to happy place in my mind where all Katy Perry songs are sung by Kelly Clarkson. I just try to imagine Kelly is singing it, and it helps me get through those 3 mintues of hell.

  32. CanCanoo says:

    Much Music VA’s aren’t supposed to be a “kids’ show”.

    They are pretty much the equivalent of MTV down there. Unfortunatley, Justin Bieber (Canadian) and Carly Rae Jepsen and Katie Perry are what’s huge right now in the crappy pop music scene.

    It was hosted by LMFAO….

    Truthfully, it’s parents like the ones of these little girls (and those a-holes on Toddlers and Tiaras) who should be cited by child services or something. B/c why the heck would you dress your kids like this, let them watch Katy Perry vids, and take them to a music awards show that celebrates no-talent, tarted/sexed-up “musicians”. Bleh.

    I’m more interested in why no story on JLove’s mom’s death? I mean, we always get stories on her red carpet looks, why not one on her mom dying of cancer?

  33. irishserra says:

    What in the hell is wrong with people today that they can’t let children be children? If they want to skank themselves up when they get older, then so be it. But for Pete’s sake, quit pushing them to be adult-like!

  34. Riana says:

    HOLY CRAP!

    Did anyone not realize in the pic with all the other little girls there’s one in camouflage????

    I almost jumped out of my skin when I saw her.

    Camouflage works even on a red carpet. Wow.

    • Maria says:

      I think all those little girls are supposed to be mini Katies. At least the soldier girl looks like Katy in Part of me music video and the one with the yellow mini skirt and the one with grey dress are from Last Friday Night. She has also worn similar blue wig than that little girl with cupcakes. She probably thought that this would be a cute idea to be surrounded by mini Katies but this just comes out so wrong…

  35. Cathy says:

    I don’t think the outfit is that bad. Tacky, yes, but I’ve seen pictures of her wearing worse. I’m more concerned with the little girl with the cake things on her chest. Her parents neeed some parenting classes. That outfit is inappropiate for a young child.

  36. Ravensdaughter says:

    She’s not havin’ kids anytime soon. Obviously, she doesn’t get the difference between playful and creepy….no nieces or nephews, either, right?
    Funny, I have a FB post picture of Russell Brand with the Dalai Lama at a recent kid event. The Dalai Lama is laughing and Russell has on his usual childlike smile and scary clothes. But, I have the feeling he was age appropriate because-well, we’ve talked about Russell.
    Kaiser, you’re not a prude. You have a child, you can see things from a child’s point of view. I have two boys, 10 and 12, and I know that the glittery bodysuit would at least make them uncomfortable-especially my 12 year old!

  37. Stubbylove says:

    I’m no prude – the body suit is vulgar. That’s the only word that comes to mind – KP doesn’t get it. Agree w/@Cathy with the worst outfit being the little girl w/the cupcake tata’s. WTF? What parent green-lighted that?

  38. MizzVJJ says:

    The butterflies. Very symbolic of a person under complete control. If you’re in to that sort of conspiracy theory-type things, look it up.

    • Ravensdaughter says:

      Interesting. So butterflies aren’t all about being free and letting go? If you read the Mail article, they’re pretty much saying that she is still sending Russell a message-plus all the rest of us.
      In the Mail article they showed her wearing a black cropped pants and fitted top outfit that was very cute and appropriate-who dresses her?

    • Tiffany says:

      Mariah Carey also did the post-divorce “I’m a free butterfly” thing too. Pretty juvenile and elementary metaphor, IMO.

  39. a says:

    I’m Canadian and no ….. MuchMusic isn’t geared towards tweens. It’s mainly for the teenage crowd not the Disney/Nickalodean demo. Didn’t like Katy Perry’s outfit but not because it was inappropriate.

  40. Psyren says:

    The look on the girl in the yellow mini skirt’s face says it all.

  41. lower-case deb says:

    weird shape for an award.

  42. JessSaysNo says:

    Katy Perry is an attention seeking famewh-re. Old news. The “news” is that that little girl with the cupcake top has PARENTS and her PARENTS sewed those cupcakes on that top. That is horrifying.

  43. GiGi says:

    She was on Graham Norton recently with Cheryl Cole and she was so weird. She kept draping herself all over Cheryl, who was not amused. She was loud and obnoxious and kind of all over the place. It was like she was subtly mean girling C. Cole… very strange. I was never a fan, but watching that made me really feel for Russell Brand.

  44. Kloops says:

    Everything Katy Perry does irritates the crap out of me. I have zero problem with the human body. Breastfeeding in public? No biggie. The sexualization of little girls and the mixed messages of child-like images juxtaposed with adult sexuality? Big problem.

  45. Lisa says:

    Dumb. Can’t be bothered to be offended by this vanilla idiot.

  46. mayamae says:

    Has she always been this thin?

  47. Jilliterate says:

    I know a few other folks have pointed this out by now, but seriously, where did you get the impression that Much was for tweens? It’s absolutely Canada’s version of MTV, and has certainly never hesitated to air its share of raunchy videos. Actually, considering the fact that American censors are typically more uptight than Canadian ones, I’m willing to bet much worse stuff has been aired on Much.

  48. Izzy says:

    Apparently she got ahold of Jennifer Love Hewitt’s “vajazzler.”

  49. skuddles says:

    The heavy sparkle on the crotch of her body suit looks like pubes… way to keep it classy Katy.

  50. tmnt says:

    Now I wish I was at the MMVAs.

  51. RJ says:

    I think it’s ok for a musical performance (it’s less revealing than a 1950s swimsuit IMO) but while accepting the award she just looks awkward and exposed. I am not a prude, I just think from a fashion perspective it was a miss in that regard. She should have had some kind of matching robe/cover-up thingy to put over it for when she wasn’t performing.

  52. Quinn says:

    Holy horrible parents, Batman…someone call CPS immediately!

  53. alexis says:

    Sure, make the Asian the nerdy one.

  54. Jordan says:

    The little girl proudly wearing the cupcakes makes me sad. But I like the little girl in camo looking like she’s about to shank that girl in front of her.

  55. VV says:

    I am more upset about the little girl in the first picture with cupcakes on her shirt…ummm.

  56. Chris says:

    I saw Katy on a British talk show the other night. She seemed very full of herself. She was sitting on a couch with some female celeb on one side of her and a male celeb on the other. She treated the female like they were equals but she treated the male like his role was to try and gain her approval. Pft. Who ever said he wanted your approval, idiot?

    • Bette says:

      This is what always gets me about her, too. Definitely full of herself and very smug. She thinks she’s being all “cute and sassy” by playing up this attitude where she’s better than any man and they all should be dying for her approval. It’s really not that cute. Also, the only reason she was cozying up to the female guest (Cheryl Cole) is because Cheryl is also considered ultra-hot and KP thinks it’ll be titillating if she pretends to flirt with her. Everything she does is so calculated and attention-seeking, it makes me want to vomit.

  57. anon says:

    I am SHOCKED and DISGUSTED that no one else has mentioned this…. Did no one else notice she put a 5 year old girl in a HALTER TOP WITH WHIPPED CREAM AND CHERRIES ON HER UNDEVELOPED BREASTS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Our children aren’t even fully developed and we are teaching them that they’re bodies are not only sex objects but synonymous with items of purchase, sale and public consumption!!!!!!!!!! I can’t even describe how despicable I find that. WHY HAS NO ONE NOTICED.

  58. anon says:

    I am SHOCKED and DISGUSTED that no one else has mentioned this…. Did no one else notice she put a 5 year old girl in a HALTER TOP WITH WHIPPED CREAM AND CHERRIES ON HER UNDEVELOPED BREASTS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Our children aren’t even fully developed and we are teaching them that they’re bodies are not only sex objects but synonymous with items of purchase, sale and public consumption!!!!!!!!!! I can’t even describe how despicable I find that. WHY HAS NO ONE NOTICED.

  59. anon says:

    I am SHOCKED and DISGUSTED that no one else has mentioned this…. Did no one else notice she put a 5 year old girl in a HALTER TOP WITH WHIPPED CREAM AND CHERRIES ON HER UNDEVELOPED BREASTS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Our children aren’t even fully developed and we are teaching them that they’re bodies are not only sex objects but synonymous with items of purchase, sale and public consumption!!!!!!!!!! I can’t even describe how despicable I find that. WHY HAS NO ONE NOTICED.

  60. anon says:

    I am SHOCKED and DISGUSTED that no one else has mentioned this…. Did no one else notice she put a 5 year old girl in a HALTER TOP WITH WHIPPED CREAM AND CHERRIES ON HER UNDEVELOPED BREASTS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Our children aren’t even fully developed and we are teaching them that they’re bodies are not only sex objects but synonymous with items of purchase, sale and public consumption!!!!!!!!!! I can’t even describe how despicable I find that. WHY HAS NO ONE NOTICED.

  61. anon says:

    I am SHOCKED and DISGUSTED that no one else has mentioned this…. Did no one else notice she put a 5 year old girl in a HALTER TOP WITH WHIPPED CREAM AND CHERRIES ON HER UNDEVELOPED BREASTS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Our children aren’t even fully developed and we are teaching them that they’re bodies are not only sex objects but synonymous with items of purchase, sale and public consumption!!!!!!!!!! I can’t even describe how despicable I find that. WHY HAS NO ONE NOTICED.

  62. anon says:

    I am SHOCKED and DISGUSTED that no one else has mentioned this…. Did no one else notice she put a 5 year old girl in a HALTER TOP WITH WHIPPED CREAM AND CHERRIES ON HER UNDEVELOPED BREASTS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Our children aren’t even fully developed and we are teaching them that they’re bodies are not only sex objects but synonymous with items of purchase, sale and public consumption!!!!!!!!!! I can’t even describe how despicable I find that. WHY HAS NO ONE NOTICED.

  63. anon says:

    I am SHOCKED and DISGUSTED that no one else has mentioned this…. Did no one else notice she put a 5 year old girl in a HALTER TOP WITH WHIPPED CREAM AND CHERRIES ON HER UNDEVELOPED BREASTS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Our children aren’t even fully developed and we are teaching them that they’re bodies are not only sex objects but synonymous with items of purchase, sale and public consumption!!!!!!!!!! I can’t even describe how despicable I find that. WHY HAS NO ONE NOTICED.

  64. anon says:

    I am SHOCKED and DISGUSTED that no one else has mentioned this…. Did no one else notice she put a 5 year old girl in a HALTER TOP WITH WHIPPED CREAM AND CHERRIES ON HER UNDEVELOPED BREASTS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Our children aren’t even fully developed and we are teaching them that they’re bodies are not only sex objects but synonymous with items of purchase, sale and public consumption!!!!!!!!!! I can’t even describe how despicable I find that. WHY HAS NO ONE NOTICED.

  65. anon says:

    I am SHOCKED and DISGUSTED that no one else has mentioned this…. Did no one else notice she put a 5 year old girl in a HALTER TOP WITH WHIPPED CREAM AND CHERRIES ON HER UNDEVELOPED BREASTS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Our children aren’t even fully developed and we are teaching them that they’re bodies are not only sex objects but synonymous with items of purchase, sale and public consumption!!!!!!!!!! I can’t even describe how despicable I find that. WHY HAS NO ONE NOTICED.

  66. anon says:

    I am SHOCKED and DISGUSTED that no one else has mentioned this…. Did no one else notice she put a 5 year old girl in a HALTER TOP WITH WHIPPED CREAM AND CHERRIES ON HER UNDEVELOPED BREASTS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Our children aren’t even fully developed and we are teaching them that they’re bodies are not only sex objects but synonymous with items of purchase, sale and public consumption!!!!!!!!!! I can’t even describe how despicable I find that. WHY HAS NO ONE NOTICED.

  67. anon says:

    I am SHOCKED and DISGUSTED that no one else has mentioned this…. Did no one else notice she put a 5 year old girl in a HALTER TOP WITH WHIPPED CREAM AND CHERRIES ON HER UNDEVELOPED BREASTS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Our children aren’t even fully developed and we are teaching them that they’re bodies are not only sex objects but synonymous with items of purchase, sale and public consumption!!!!!!!!!! I can’t even describe how despicable I find that. WHY HAS NO ONE NOTICED.

  68. anon says:

    I am SHOCKED and DISGUSTED that no one else has mentioned this…. Did no one else notice she put a 5 year old girl in a HALTER TOP WITH WHIPPED CREAM AND CHERRIES ON HER UNDEVELOPED BREASTS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Our children aren’t even fully developed and we are teaching them that they’re bodies are not only sex objects but synonymous with items of purchase, sale and public consumption!!!!!!!!!! I can’t even describe how despicable I find that. WHY HAS NO ONE NOTICED.

  69. anon says:

    I am SHOCKED and DISGUSTED that no one else has mentioned this…. Did no one else notice she put a 5 year old girl in a HALTER TOP WITH WHIPPED CREAM AND CHERRIES ON HER UNDEVELOPED BREASTS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Our children aren’t even fully developed and we are teaching them that they’re bodies are not only sex objects but synonymous with items of purchase, sale and public consumption!!!!!!!!!! I can’t even describe how despicable I find that. WHY HAS NO ONE NOTICED.

  70. anon says:

    I am SHOCKED and DISGUSTED that no one else has mentioned this…. Did no one else notice she put a 5 year old girl in a HALTER TOP WITH WHIPPED CREAM AND CHERRIES ON HER UNDEVELOPED BREASTS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Our children aren’t even fully developed and we are teaching them that they’re bodies are not only sex objects but synonymous with items of purchase, sale and public consumption!!!!!!!!!! I can’t even describe how despicable I find that. WHY HAS NO ONE NOTICED.

  71. anon says:

    I am SHOCKED and DISGUSTED that no one else has mentioned this…. Did no one else notice she put a 5 year old girl in a HALTER TOP WITH WHIPPED CREAM AND CHERRIES ON HER UNDEVELOPED BREASTS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Our children aren’t even fully developed and we are teaching them that they’re bodies are not only sex objects but synonymous with items of purchase, sale and public consumption!!!!!!!!!! I can’t even describe how despicable I find that. WHY HAS NO ONE NOTICED.

  72. anon says:

    I am SHOCKED and DISGUSTED that no one else has mentioned this…. Did no one else notice she put a 5 year old girl in a HALTER TOP WITH WHIPPED CREAM AND CHERRIES ON HER UNDEVELOPED BREASTS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Our children aren’t even fully developed and we are teaching them that they’re bodies are not only sex objects but synonymous with items of purchase, sale and public consumption!!!!!!!!!! I can’t even describe how despicable I find that. WHY HAS NO ONE NOTICED.

  73. anon says:

    I am SHOCKED and DISGUSTED that no one else has mentioned this…. Did no one else notice she put a 5 year old girl in a HALTER TOP WITH WHIPPED CREAM AND CHERRIES ON HER UNDEVELOPED BREASTS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Our children aren’t even fully developed and we are teaching them that they’re bodies are not only sex objects but synonymous with items of purchase, sale and public consumption!!!!!!!!!! I can’t even describe how despicable I find that. WHY HAS NO ONE NOTICED.

  74. anon says:

    I am SHOCKED and DISGUSTED that no one else has mentioned this…. Did no one else notice she put a 5 year old girl in a HALTER TOP WITH WHIPPED CREAM AND CHERRIES ON HER UNDEVELOPED BREASTS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Our children aren’t even fully developed and we are teaching them that they’re bodies are not only sex objects but synonymous with items of purchase, sale and public consumption!!!!!!!!!! I can’t even describe how despicable I find that. WHY HAS NO ONE NOTICED.

  75. anon says:

    I am SHOCKED and DISGUSTED that no one else has mentioned this…. Did no one else notice she put a 5 year old girl in a HALTER TOP WITH WHIPPED CREAM AND CHERRIES ON HER UNDEVELOPED BREASTS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Our children aren’t even fully developed and we are teaching them that they’re bodies are not only sex objects but synonymous with items of purchase, sale and public consumption!!!!!!!!!! I can’t even describe how despicable I find that. WHY HAS NO ONE NOTICED.

  76. skuddles says:

    Whoa Anon, scroll up and read!

  77. Ulena says:

    Damn! Is that a black girl in blackface?

    She’s says she’s “the new Octomom”? Wasn’t there a rumor that Brand divorced her because she wouldn’t have children? Sick.

  78. Danielle says:

    I actually like her costume but she could have covered up when she went to received the award.