Is Everybody Legally Required to Have an Opinion About Miley Cyrus?

That is the main question I have after reading this interview with Sarah McLachlan, who apparently has a new album coming out.

The interview beings with a brief discussion of who she would like to collaborate with and whether she would like to be on The Voice (sandwiched between these two topics we also conveniently get this link: “PHOTO: Sarah McLachan unveils her hot bikini bod in Hawaii!” — the typo is theirs), and then the remainder of the article (which you may notice has included absolutely no information or questions about McLachlan’s new album) is devoted to her thoughts and feelings about young stars like Miley Cyrus.

If they were hoping for a Sinead O’Connor moment they didn’t get it, as McLachlan basically says that she doesn’t give unasked for advice, but I have to say, I’m getting tired of the “Let’s get an older female celebrity’s opinion on the outlandish antics of these young whippersnappers” thing. If you’re going to ask a question that has nothing to do with what your interviewee is there to promote, at least be creative! Here are some questions I would have liked to see instead:

  • Do you believe in ghosts?
  • If you died, what is the first place you would want to haunt?
  • Do you think we will ever have a ghost President?
  • What advice do you have for the ghosts of young women who are acting too spooky?

Please note I am available to conduct celebrity interviews on a freelance basis.

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7 Responses to Is Everybody Legally Required to Have an Opinion About Miley Cyrus?

  1. Wow, whoever wrote that up tried SO HARD the make the interview about what their bosses clearly told them it needed to be about. Also, #GhostPresident2016.

  2. artdorkgirl says:

    I think these young ghosts are acting far too spooky these days. Way back when, it was about real haunting ability, not cheap goulish tricks. It just makes all young ghosts look bad.

    Seriously though, the question they should be asking Sarah McLachlan is “how can we stop you SPCA commercials from airing, and how does it feel to know that all we need to hear is the opening to your song and we immediately change the channel.”

    • summerestherson says:

      Did you guys catch the Sarah McLachlan joke on SNL this weekend? I think it was their 457987324th Sarah McLachlan joke since those commercials first started airing.

  3. collin0truckasaurus says:

    Sarah McLachlan is in charge of making sure broken and abandoned animals get taken care of.

  4. hotspur says:

    Catweazle, interview me please! Oh but first deal with my PR rep, sorry, I have to say that.

    “Hello, Catweazle! Mr. hotspur will happily answer any of your questions about ghosts! Although he does not like to talk about the haunted house he lived in one summer and he insists you do not make eye contact. Also, his chair must be exactly 3 inches taller than yours and his background must be blue because that color is best for him — we’ll send you the Pantone files. Match them or we walk. Pellegrino or we walk. Veggie wraps in the greenroom or we walk. Final approval on his bikini bod pics or we walk. Mr. hotspur refuses to be interviewed by a smoker. GOSH, CAT (may I call you Cat) this is going to be SO MUCH FUN AND HE IS REALLY LOOKING FWD TO IT!!!”

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