Throw up your rawkfist..or just throw up.
So Jenna and NotJenna sacrifice months of hard partying to campaign for their dad, and this is the thanks they get:
You might say the Janet Jackson moment of President Bush’s inaugural festivities came Tuesday at a youth concert with hundreds of preteen Hilary Duff fans in the audience.
No nudity was involved, but the Vince Neil-style profanity probably didn’t win rock band Fuel any fans at the Federal Communications Commission, nor from the parents at the concert. Now the Pennsylvania band is just hoping the concert, “America’s Future Rocks Today,” wasn’t aired live.
Borrowing a word from Motley Crue’s Neil, the lead singer of Fuel proclaimed, “Welcome to the greatest —-ing country in the world.” Brett Scallions followed with a quick apology of “excuse my language.”
The FCC is investigating Neil’s wish to band mate Tommy Lee for a “Happy —-ing New Year,” which aired live on NBC on New Year’s Eve.
The outburst was one of the most interesting moments of Tuesday’s concert, hosted by Bush twins Jenna and Barbara, who were in the audience but did not come on stage.
Because Vince Neil is the only rocker who has ever used the f-word at a concert. You can fucking look it up.
Duff was the headliner at the half-full, D.C. Armory concert, which paid tribute to youth volunteerism and community service. Duff, who performed in a black sequin top, rolled-up jeans and sneakers, warmed up the crowd for the president and first lady Laura Bush.
…who was not amused when Duff dedicated her version of Baby Got Back to the first lady.
The president then pumped up the crowd:
My call to you all is that as you enjoy the great freedoms of America and as you enjoy yourself at this inauguration, I hope you take away the lesson of helping somebody in need,” said Bush, who arrived toward the end of the concert after Scallions’ remark. “And when you do, it will not only make our country a better place, it will lift up your own spirit.”
Causing mosh pits to break out throughout the half-filled arena.
Other performers included 2003 “American Idol” winner Ruben Studdard, pop singer JoJo and the band, 3 Doors Down. Also appearing were former football player Jason Sehorn, actor Stephen Baldwin, who rode a skateboard onto the stage, and “Access Hollywood’s” Nancy O’Dell, who co-hosts the entertainment show with Billy Bush, whose father, Jonathan, is the brother of former President George H.W. Bush.
Do you think, thirty years from now, these fresh-faced future leaders of this great nation of ours will have Woodstock-like memories of that magical night in 2005 when Hillary Duff lifted up their spirits and Stephen Baldwin rode a skateboard onto the stage?
Or will they just remember Michael Powell trying to run down Brett Scallions in the parking lot with his IROC?