Demi Lovato still name-dropping Job For A CowboyFriday, December 13, 2013 11:07 AM PT
In case you have no idea what we're talking about here, Lovato first talked up Job For A Cowboy (along with Abigail Williams) on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon in July 2009. Check it out:
The metal community was surprised, and gave her some cred at the time. Fast forward to December 2013, and Lovato is still talking about JFAC. Witness:
During the clip above, Lovato admits that she "hasn't listened to [metal] stuff in awhile." Clearly. At this point, she seems to be doing it for shock value, though she'd be better off bringing up Slayer, as I'm confident that less than %0.05 of her target demographic has heard of Job For A Cowboy. Then again, she did cite Bring Me The Horizon, which is much trendier.
Are you impressed?! I was actually more impressed when Tony Danza listened to The Tony Danza Tapdance Extravaganza a few years ago. Blast beats!
is anyone surprised by her name dropping "scene" bands. Look at her. She was most definitely a myspace skank from back in the day. It just so happened she could kind of sing and won a televised karaoke competition. So of course she's going to say she used to listen to JFAC and BMTH. She thinks it makes her look "edgy" with her blue hair streak.
i would. oh and i saw that unearth and dimmu tour she speaks off, way rad. Gene the machine played with unearth that tour. breasts
dude is mega butt hurt... she didn't win a singing competition. she was on disney channel since she was, like, 5... total babe. would wife /10 hnnnnnng
http://i2.cdnds.net/13/06/ 618x798/demi-lovato-1.jpg she has an inverted cross tattoo on her wrist/hand. Is it really that surprising?
CLEARLY, SHE'S DOING IT FOR SHOCK VALUE DERP Don't editorialize, you sound like a fcking idiot.
What concerns me is why anyone is concerned about this to begin with. Maybe she listens to them, maybe she doesn't, who gives a fck.
It's probably not an intentional inverted cross. privileged white girls have a thing where they get tattoos upside down so they can see them and not other people.