That pathetic loser Candy Spelling is at it again.
The senile old bag has been in the news lately for shafting daughter Tori Spelling and for writing letters to new daddy Larry Birkhead and the jail-bound Paris Hilton. Now she's desperate for attention again and picking yet another fight via TMZ.com.
Of course, she's lambasting Britney Spears.
As if getting the revelation that she got railed wheelbarrow style by J.R. Rotem weren't humiliating enough for one 24-hour period, Britney now finds herself the subject of a worthless, way-too-much-time-on-her-hands Candy Spelling tirade.
One in which, ironically, the shriveled snob rips the pop star's crotch shots and nipple slip tendencies, then goes on to - really - criticize Britney Spears' "sorry grabs for attention."
** ring ** Hello? Kettle? Hi! What's up. This is the pot calling. You're black!
She also references Britney's wigs, which makes us wonder if Candy has read much celebrity gossip of late. Her wigs were sooo two months ago. Trashy bleach blonde hair extensions are her signature look these days. Stay on your medication, lady.
Anyway, here's Candy Spelling's letter to Britney Spears, via TMZ ...
Dear Britney Spears:
You made me do it. I didn't plan to write another letter. I took two weeks off from TMZ because I didn't feel strongly about what anyone was doing - or couldn't decide which side to believe.
You've driven me back to my laptop to ask why, if you have to slither in and out of cars, do clumsy imitations of gymnasts and wear clothes that are just too tight, trashy or skimpy, do you have to pose in front of photographers all the time?
We've seen body parts, poses and clumsy attention-seeking tricks before. You're wearing out your welcome. Some people never can turn away from a train wreck, so who can blame the photographers for waiting for your next one? Do you really want captions such as TMZ's own "Victim of Pap Smear" and "Does Britney Change Clothes for Cash" to be your legacy? You can do much better.
Unlike some others who are famous for being famous, you initially earned the fame and respect you achieved. You were a giant star, a Mouseketeer, a singer whose song titles became part of everyone's vocabulary.
You made some missteps. We all do. But, when you become more famous for hideous, irresponsible actions than accomplishments, it's time to step back and figure out where you want your life to go. So many young girls still see you as a role model.
Give those kids a reason to look up to you. They're probably even tired of the endless speculation about what undergarments you may or may not be wearing. I know their parents would like you to move on and get dressed. Even the school uniform was more dignified.
You're doing all right with the wigs. I know the paparazzi have a bounty on your (wigless) head. I think it's great that you have a variety of wigs (some very stylish) when you go out in public.
If you do feel you need to show how your hair is growing back, at least make a deal with a photographer to sell the photo and donate the money to charity. Do you know what a statement that would make?
Enough with the sorry grabs for attention. Deep down, especially for your sons, people want you to succeed. You can always get attention if you need it. Visit someone famous in jail and attract a zillion photographers if you're that addicted to fame. Americans like winners.
We like those stories about what people do with second chances. How about a moratorium on train wrecks and some time out for paying back the fans who helped you succeed?