Katy Cocktease and Taylor Swift Lead 2010 American Music Award Hotness Rundown

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bill-swift - November 23, 2010

I know, every former teen generation says that the current teenage generation has lousy taste in music and that pop music ain't what it used to be when it was all about FILL IN THE BLANK FROM YOUR FAVORITE BAND AS A YOUNG TEEN. And, since my preeminent position in the media world forces me to endure listening to much of this contemporary popular chicken screech, I'm easily inclined to say that today's auto-tuned empty-lyric interchangeable pop dance move music really does truly suck. Still, there's no way to support or defend this entirely subjective (albeit backed by genius) statement. However, what is far more undeniable is the present and unparalleled level of young hotness of today's pop divas. I say this as a man who was quite sure he'd never wank to another after the first arrival of Kylie Minogue on the music scene.

Last evening's American Music Awards was the expected assemblage of mediocre music and choreographed dance talent crammed into one, thankfully blessed, package of singing girl sextasticness. Leading the pack for me in terms of diva hotness: Katy Cocktease (yes, I know, I'm falling into her trap, but dammit, I want fall deep into her trap!), Taylor Swift (who looked grown up and hot and all kinds of sexy), and Miley Cyrus (wearing some kind of toilet paper dress, but with just a couple days left til her 18th birthday, you know I can't wait to squeeze that Charmin.)

I'm also throwing out honorable mentions for non-singers, Julie Benz of Dexter, a true hottie who pushed up some monumental cleavage last night, Heidi Klum, a veteran MILF for her see-through dress, and Jada Pinkett Smith, who if you see her looking like that and don't imagine being her sexually submissive servant, well, then you're not nearly as messed up in the head as me. Enjoy.

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