Former 3LW/Cheetah Girls member and iconic MTV Video Music Awards seat-filler Adrienne Bailon apparently isn’t lighting her vanilla candles and bowing down to The Holy Spearit at night.
During an episode of Los Angeles public-access television’s 34th highest rated daytime talk show The Real featuring the other Braxton and…I don’t even know who else, the one-time Pepsi Pre-show Live host decided to mock Brit Brit by poking fun at her breakdown and calling her out from behind-the-scenes of X Factor:
“I worked with her on X-Factor. Not gonna to lie to you guys, like, I would sit to do my interviews with Demi, I did the behind-the-scenes stuff – she can’t hold a conversation! Like they had someone feed her what she’s supposed to say. She can’t hold a conversation.”
Um…well, duh. We already know Godney’s not into speaking with basic bitches. She certainly wouldn’t have any time for Adrienne, who’s probably just mad that Britney wouldn’t sign her bottle of Circus Fantasy or give her a shout-out on Twitter. Who is Adrienne
Maloof Bailon in this world, anyway?
And if that slight wasn’t enough, Soul Plane supporting actress Loni Love then decided to pipe in with her own two cents, suggesting that Britney’s highly publicized breakdown was somehow “karma” for “stealing” Kevin Federline away from Shar Jackson. Or something like that. Y’know, #kismet or whatever.
As inspiring as it is to know that we’ve finally found a true daytime TV bobblehead-turned-moral compass to lead us down the path of righteousness, I’m fairly certain Loni Love would probably feel differently about Britney’s breakdown (read: sound less ignorant) if she ever once saw a member of the paparazzi trying to take her picture — let alone found a swarm hiding in her driveway for over a decade.
It doesn’t matter anyway, since Britney’s too busy recording Album 8, tentatively titled Blackout 2.0: It Gets Urbaner And Also More Spearitual And A Little More Personal (Raw) (We’re Just Having Lots Of Lunches Right Now), to notice.
Take many seats, ladies — you’ll find there are plenty of empty ones in your studio audience.