You may recall that Courtney Stodden once aspired to be famous for more than alliterative tweets about her sex life. Even before her creepy marriage made her famous, Courtney wanted to be a singer, and she wasn’t about to let her total lack of talent stand in her way.
Courtney has released a new single called “Reality” – an ironic choice of title for a girl who rejected a reality TV offer and lost touch with the real world long ago. Though Courtney’s latest attempt is still terrible, it’s somewhat better than her first song, “Don’t Put It On Me,” which was so atrocious it became a viral hit, a la Rebecca Black’s “Friday.” Whether you hate her or simply dislike her, Courtney is somehow a celebrity which means she was able to attract actual professional songwriters and producers this time, instead of just neighborhood pervs who were paid in boob flashes (I’m speculating).
“The song is about clubbing and dancing with your sexy partner,” Courtney explained in a recent interview with Fox News (?). So apparently it’s about a fantasy life where she’s not married to a pudgy failed actor who’s old enough to be her dad’s older friend. Interesting.
But don’t worry – despite the enhanced production value and ground-breaking lyrical concept (sarcasm) the song is still really, really bad. Like, really bad. You can check it out above, but don’t say you weren’t warned.