"'Sex and the City 2,' due May 25, features Alicia Keys covering Blondie's 'Rapture'… as well as legendary entertainer Liza Minnelli covering Beyonce's "Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It)."
is this like a ton of wrongs making a right? or is this all just wrong?
HOW DO THE GAYS FEEL ABOUT THIS?! IS SHE STILL AN ICON FOR THEM??
Caps suggest approval.
According to Crazy Days and Nights (I think) she is a permanent A list icon.
A confluence of three things so far past their prime should make for delicious camp. Unless, as I dread, the people making the movie try to camp it up, in which case it should be deadly and sad. I am trying to be optimistic, because, hey, Liza!
I love her unabashed 'let's put on a show and be fabulous!' sensibility that she inherited for her mother.
True show business class, that woman.
As someone who was once forced to memorize "Liza avec 'Z'" (THAT'S THE FRENCH VERSION, PEOPLE)by my most favorite gay, I would assume yes, still an icon.
Saving the Three Tenors' cover of "Straight Outa Compton" for installment #3, I see.
"Put a beard on it"
A friend sent a group invite to me and a bunch of girls I've never met asking who was in to go see this. I replied, "Not only am I NOT in, I reserve the right to point and laugh."
I'm pretty sure I didn't make any new friends that day.
We waited until the sixth week it was in the theatre last time so that we could bring in our liquor filled nalgenes and throw popcorn at the screen while we talked the whole time. It was so much better that way.
But another one? I feel like now I just live what the show was way back when they were still young and fun (but my version is just girls and margs talking about sex or lack thereof with loser dudes. no designer nothin' or glamorous journo jobs in this crew.)
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