Fugger: Katy Perry

VMAs: Crazy Performance Fugnanigans


Or as I said to Jessica, the night Miley Cyrus became LMFAO Minaj. Do we think her tongue obsession came BEFORE this outfit, or because of it?

Note: Sadly this isn’t a Fug the Hellshow of the whole thing; just of what people wore during notable performances. I couldn’t bring myself to go into this again THAT deep, and I say that as someone who watched Sharknado TWICE. So you know this was bad.

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VMAs Who Fugged or Fabbed It More? Katy Perry vs. Coco Rocha, plus Well Played, Coco


I have NO IDEA who decided it would be a good idea for Katy Perry to wear something to the VMAs that Coco Rocha already wore to the Met Ball, but WHY would you set yourself up to be in a Who Wore It Better with COCO ROCHA??!?! That is not going to end well unless you are, like, Karlie Kloss and possibly not even then. It just feels like setting one’s self up for failure.

Who do you think wore it better? Get your judgement on in the comments, please.

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Baby, You’re a Firefug


Don’t laugh:

Katy Perry’s “Salute To the Mid-90s” long program is expected to get high scores, even from the Russian judge.

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Well Played, Katy Perry…?


Katy Perry certainly prefers being thematic when she promotes the Smurfs movies. But I think we can all agree that this is preferable to the absurdities of last time’s cartoon sex-organ sheath.

Is blue awfully adorable for a movie about a blue-tinted gnomic race that is so vain it can’t NOT base all its vocab on its own name? (Imagine if we were all, “You are so humany, Jon Hamm,” or, “I just American’d the car.”) Yes. Yes it is. But she also looks really pretty, and appropriate for a daytime premiere of a kiddie movie. And as a bonus, one of the Smurfs on the poster is accidentally photosmurfing her with bunny ears, which gives me warm feelings about the whole damn enterprise. Well, except for the movie itself. Here is how I feel about that: If I am on a plane and my choice is watching that movie and staring at the seatback tray table, I’m going to ogle the hell out of that beige bastard.

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Fug or Fab the Cover: Katy Perry


I don’t think ANY of us called THIS (wait! Two of you, in fact, did. I am impressed):

That being said, while I’m impressed by the psychic skills of Fug Nation, I don’t know that I am that impressed with the cover. I feel like we’ve all seen that dress, or a version thereof, a thousand times before today, and — more importantly — I actually think Katy Perry is much prettier than this. Her face is lighter than her chest (which, honestly, come on. If Photoshop is good for anything, it ought to be able to make one’s foundation match one’s actual skin) and she looks like she’s in the middle of an attack of hay fever. Is being allergic to your dress really THAT hot for summer?

What do you think? (PS: I DO want to read that Extreme Detox article, I’m not gonna lie.)

[Photo: Vogue.com]

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Met Ball Fug Carpet: More Olde-Tymey Melodrama


If Linda Evangelista looked like the cover of a book about Lady Jane Grey, fictionalizing that she lived and was whisked away to grow up in hiding in Scotland, or something, so she could come back and claim the throne from a position of strength, then several other people are apparently supporting players in that story. Was there a memo?

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