Taylor Momsen Has No Table Manner in Pretty Reckless' 'Miss Nothing' Video
The Pretty Reckless' "Miss Nothing" music video has just arrived. It features frontwoman Taylor Momsen sitting for a feast with a group of older guys in what looks like a huge mansion. While the males sit obediently on each of their chair, the songstress climbs onto the table, crawls and throws everything out of her way.
A garage-rock rave-up, "Miss Nothing" is taken from The Pretty Reckless' forthcoming full-length debut album "Light Me Up". It is the second single from the upcoming release after the arrival of "Make Me Wanna Die" in May this year.
Despite being only 16 years old, Taylor Momsen always wears skimpy outfit in her appearance on and off stage. When she was compared to fellow teen star Miley Cyrus, the "Gossip Girl" actress blasted, "I'm not looking to be Miley fu**ing Cyrus. I don't care about the fame. I do it because I love music. I like making records and if people like them, then we'll go along for the ride."
In another occasion, Momsen said, "There's just no comparison between us, you know. I'm a rocker, she's a pop star. We're entirely different things and there's a big difference between us. I have nothing against her, I don't even know her. I just don't listen to her stuff."
Even when she was linked to another rocker Courtney Love who seems to have similar antics, Momsen refused it. "I don't wanna be Courtney Love - I wanna be Kurt Cobain. He's brilliant and his songs are genius. The Hole records are great. -- But I'm sorry, don't a lot of girls dress like that? I look at Nirvana. I don't look at Hole."
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