No one has heard much from Melissa Joan Hart in recent years.
Maybe it's because her hit shows, Clarissa Explains it All and Sabrina the Teenage Witch are no longer on the air. And may not really qualify as hit shows.
Or maybe it's because she's an immature, homophobic biatch. It's apparently very possible. At least if you check out a recent posting on her MySpace page, where she lashes out at American Idol singing sensation Chris Daughtry.
Seriously. Click here and read it. Hart is coming to the defense of Mark Wilkerson, her husband (pictured with the has-been above) and a member of the band Course of Nature. Melissa insists Wilkerson wrote most of the single "It's Not Over," which appears on Daughtry's debut album... albeit with a different chorus.
Here's what she writes:
Chris Daughtry must be stopped
I am so sick of all the articles saying Chris wrote the song "It's Not Over". Then the other day I saw in In touch that Ace Young is taking credit as well. Bulls*&%t. Mark fully wrote everybit of that song except the new lyrics in the chorus... which are gay anyhow. Mark wrote the song about his ex- manager screwing him over and they turned it into a fairy love song. Anyway just wanted to vent and give my man his due credit. If anyone agrees, write in to the rags and let em have it. I am!!!
Wow. She's not jealous or anything. We're all about using MySpace to bash other celebrities, but this is easily the lamest example since Nicole Richie's Rachel Zoe rant.
Wonder how Chris Daughtry would take to hearing his song's chorus called "gay." Probably about as well as Reichen Lehmkuhl would take to having his love life blogged about by Perez Hilton. And if Chris cranks out "fairy" love songs, where does that leave Clay Aiken songs, Melissa? Care to expound on that?