Monday, May 8, 2017

MTV Hits an Average Low

MTV's tragic attempts to convince themselves that they are still part of the cultural zeitgeist are frequently humiliating for everyone involved.  All the more so because they don't realize just how embarrassing they look.

MTV has become the sad old hippy in bellbottoms and tie dyed shirt, trying to pickup Moldy-Locks at an ANTIFA rally.

Case in point, MTV's new gender free acting award.  Given, apparently to the Actoress  (*hey, it's their world, not mine*) who virtue signaled the hardest during xhr promotional tour for a film that had nothing to do with progressive politics.

If you are profoundly silly yourself, you might think that MTV would  give that award to somebody who turned in a decent performance as a White Tokyo Dickgirl in some Sundance Indy.  This assumes that MTV's SJWism not only has integrity (*Ha! Ha! Ha!   gasp...wheez...gasp  Ha! Ha! Ha!*) but is neither two-faced nor starstuck. 

Guess who they gave it to...and for what role? 

Note xhe is wearing a dress

MTV gave her their ridiculous genderless acting award for a role that required a gender but fortunately no acting.

"Empathy and the ability to use your imagination should have no limits. This is very meaningful to me—both to be winning the award and to be receiving it from such an inclusive, patient and loving way. Thank you so much."

Can something be "meaningful" when it has no meaning?

After joking about her singing performance in Beauty and the Beast and noting that it "was pretty terrifying," she explained why she felt she won the award due to her portrayal of Belle.

I wouldn't say terrifying, I'd just say bad. It was so auto-corrected it sounded like a Cylon singing an aria. I will however grant that it give me a new appreciation for Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson as a crooner.

"[Belle's] curiosity and passion for knowledge and her desire for more in life were ground for alienation," Watson explained. "I loved playing someone who didn't listen to any of that. I'm so proud to be part of a film that celebrates diversity, literacy, inclusion, joy, and love the way that this one does."

The only reason MTV awarded her the Order of the Golden Poop Blob is that they knew she would show up for it.

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