I want to express my deepest condolences over my ex-friend Jim Cantiello disrespecting you in his blog entry yesterday. I especially want to express sympathy for his apparent mocking of your music career. Keep with it, girl! Fierce!
Now, I'm not self-centered. Maybe you weren't even referencing me in Analeigh's photo shoot. Maybe you were talking about some other potentially bitchy red-carpet moment that you had with another interviewer ... Could it be Joan or Melissa Rivers, or even Oprah?? OK, probably not Oprah. She's perfect and everyone's fave. (Does that hurt?) But does THIS
look like Melissa Rivers? Certainly doesn't look like Joan ... in fact ... WAIT! It resembles me more than most photos taken of me — I gotta agree with Jim on that one.
But hey, that's water under the bridge. Let's get to the real issue at hand.
Jim is obviously not aware of the weight that the Fiercee Awards have on the entertainment industry. Not only is it one of the nation's most anticipated awards shows, but it's also one of the more star-studded carpets that 221 West 26th Street has ever seen. Wait. What? Did someone say Carol Alt?
The Fiercee Awards bring young girls with the same dream together — and applauds them for such noble endeavors as "Ugliest Cry," "Worst Wipeout" and "Craziest Phone Call." Now, if winning one of those awards doesn't inspire confidence in our young models, what will?
Well Ty, I just want YOU to know that Jim's misdemeanor has not gone unnoticed. I PERSONALLY gave him a talking-to. I learned from the best. So here's my best shot ...