Courtney Stodden, “Country Singer,” Has “Music Videos”
Posted by Videoson 06/21/2011 at 10:56 AM
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Following yesterday’s introduction to 16-year-old jailbait bride and aspiring country singer Courtney Stodden, there are now music videos to behold. Her music may sound more like it was inspired by Heidi Montag than Taylor Swift, yet she’s still pushing the whole “country” thing. (Perhaps in hopes of justifying the 35 year age difference between her and husband Doug Hutchison, or whatever else their creepy marriage is trying to cover up.)
But enough of trying to make sense of their relationship (true love isn’t always something that’s easily understood, right?), onto the videos! “Don’t Put It On Me” is a message to all the haters, that trades the beaches of Saint-Tropez for what is likely a neighbor’s man-made backyard pond, incorporating a pink color scheme throughout, in everything from a vintage Spring Break in Cabo-style cup to her poor little dog’s hair. (Somebody call P!nk!) “Car Candy” takes a more literal approach, with Stodden dancing in the driver’s seat while two boys (probably her high school classmates) clad in white linen clean the car’s exterior. We hope they got a big tip for this. Maybe Stodden is on to something with this less is more aesthetic? (Lady Gaga is doing it.) D-d-d-don’t look away, watch the videos below:
And in case you were wondering about the specifics of their relationship, Courtney’s mother Krista is setting the record straight. “Courtney was a virgin when she married Doug. She is a good Christian girl,” she told RadarOnline. “She is a beautiful girl. She has real breasts, real lips, she’s not plastic.” The more you know.
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