Originally Posted by griffin
So she's just putting on an act, which is ok, but Britney and Madonna were being raunchy - which she would never do, because she has standards. Not, "not my thing," not "not me" but "I have standards."
Sorry, Rocketta, but that sounds pretty judgemental to me (ftr, I thought "the kiss" was a tired, lame stunt)
She never said that the kiss was raunchy! Those two quotes are half an article away from each other. The first half of the article she is speaking about herself and God and what people think of her and her relationship to God and her act. What makes you think she was referring to Britney and Madonna when she said raunchy? Shouldn't they be in the same vacinity to assume she was speaking about Brit and Madonna.
I read it to mean she doesn't do things on stage that she deems raunchy eventhough some think her dress is not appropriate for someone who talks about God.
Looks to me she was asked about the kiss and she gave her opinion. If she thought the kiss was raunchy why wouldn't she say that?
Besides, is this the same paper that is listed in this article?
Nicole Kidman Wins Libel Case Over Adultery Slur
Tue Oct 14, 7:35 AM ET
LONDON (Reuters) - Oscar-winning star Nicole Kidman (news) won a five-figure sum and an apology Tuesday from a British newspaper that said she had had an affair with actor Jude Law (news) and was to blame for the break-up of his marriage.
At London's High Court, the tabloid Sun newspaper admitted the allegations about Kidman, which were published in March, were untrue.
"The defendants apologize to the claimant for the distress and embarrassment this article has caused," said the Sun's lawyer Daniel Taylor.
Kidman, who was not in court, said in a statement she was glad the case was over.
Two months ago she won damages against another British newspaper that had published the same claims.
The marriage split between "Road To Perdition" star Law and his wife Sadie Frost (news) triggered widespread media coverage in Britain earlier in the year.