Why? Only in Hollywood would Octomom-esque, MEL GIBSON’s Russian piece OKSANA GRIGORIEVA, have the front to release her latest single, in the midst of her man’s multimillion dirham divorce – and then have the chutzpah to call her song “a cry from the soul.”
You have a soul, sweetie? That’s nice. Where do you keep it?
“It is the first and one of the simplest songs on the album, but also one of the most intimate,” says Oksy of her track Say My Name. “It is naked, intimate, raw emotion... a cry from the soul.”
Don’t you mean naked, raw ambition, there babes?
And which record label did you get to release this dirge? Oh, that’ll be Mel’s then...