Taylor Momsen Gets Camera-Shy in Concert

Taylor Momsen Gets Camera-Shy in Concert-photo

For a gal who makes her living by acting on a hit TV show, Taylor Momsen seems to be developing a curious aversion to cameras. The Gossip Girl actress-turned-Pretty Reckless rocker threw a bit of a tantrum while performing at West Hollywood's Roxy Theatre on Tuesday night, lecturing audience members who were filming her show. Clearly annoyed at the documentation of her concert, the 17-year-old wild child told the crowd,

"I know this is the modern age and everyone's got cameras and cell phones and video cameras. But I'd really appreciate it if you'd put that f*cking sh*t down...I know it's very cool to videotape and put it on YouTube the next day. But, frankly, it completely takes away from the show. I'd thoroughly appreciate it if you'd put that sh*t down and put your hands in the air…I want everyone's hands in the f*cking air."

Perhaps Momsen is wary of being captured flashing the crowd again?

Check out Momsen's anti-camera rant here. Do you think she was justified? Let us know in the comments section.

 

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  • angela
    angela

    To be fair, she is right on the fact that people should be there to enjoy her performances, not to worry so much about getting a good video of her to get however many views on youtube. I mean for god's sake, if I was up there performing in front of heaps of people, I would want to see them actually getting their money's worth and joining in and stuff, not all these red recording lights and screens.

  • PraiseTheLard
    PraiseTheLard

    Her music seriously sucks and is about as complex as a Lady Gaga song. Theres hardly anything legitimate about her and as to why the hell she feels to stand out from every other female singer just adds more pretentiousness to her image. I hate her, I hate seeing her on the cover of Revolver magazine which is a huge insult to every metalhead across the world. I'd listen through a Kittie album anyday than this morbid-looking buzzkill bitch.