This chick. That photo! I actually really admire Madalyn Starkey for being such a dorky fan-girl and owning it when she had the opportunity to meet President Obama in a small restaurant in Colorado. And just look at the smile on POTUS’s pretty face. Daaayum.
Madalyn spoke with Al Sharpton about her encounter with the President:
“It just like didn’t even seem real, I have seen him on tv, and now he is at the same restaurant with me with only 30 other people? And we called him ‘the casual Obama’ because he took off his jacket, and was just being all the charismatic guy he is. It was incredible.”
“What was the exchange like?” questioned Sharpton.
“That was a bit awkward,” Starkey revealed. “He went over to everyone’s table first off, and finally the paparazzi like cleared out of the way and he got to our table, and the only thing I said to him was ‘Can I get a picture,’ and he said ‘stand up,’ we took the picture, and then literally all I said was, ‘you smell good’ — and that was the end of the conversation. Because I just get so starstruck that I was just like –ahhh! — I couldn’t say anything.”
All I want in this life is to smell Barack’s neck. that’s it. Nothing more. Madalyn came real close to livin’ MY dream. I’m sort of thrilled for her, but mostly mega-jell. Oh, and there is NOT an age-limit on being a dorky fan-girl, in case you’re wondering.
HAHAHAHHAAAA! This is super-funny. Katy Perry performed a little version of her hit single Hot N Cold with Elmo on Sesame Street, and apparently it didn’t go over too well with the mini-van moms. (The dads were just pretending to be indignant about Katy’s appearance so as not to spend the night on the couch–they actually LOVED the song.)
Katy shot a segment for the show — which was supposed to air on New Year’s Eve — in which she sings a cleaned-up version of her song, “Hot N Cold” with Elmo.
The song made its way to YouTube Monday and racked up nearly a million views. But some parents started complaining her cleavage was too front and center. We’ve learned producers have decided not to air the song on the show.
Among the parental comments:
— “You can practically see her t*ts. That’s some wonderful children’s programming.”
— “they’re gonna have to rename it cleavage avenue”
— “my kid wants milk now”
Tell me what YOU guys think!
I think it’s cute. Having said that, my gorgeous daughter-in-law, Dayna is my two-year old grandson Felix’s mom–and Dayna has been compared to Katy many times…so he’s USED to having someone hot around the house.
I KNOW, right?? The moms complaining are simply mega-jell. And Felix’s little friends are gonna be all, “dude, your mom’s hot”–even in Nursery School.