Bill O’Reilly spoke with the editor of FHM magazine on Tuesday’s ‘O’Reilly Factor’, and talked about Serena Williams outfit worn at the US Open. They also touched on the outfits worn by Britney Spears and Christina Aguilera at the MTV Video Music Awards, while he didn’t think Britney’s outfit was too bad, he wondered what kind of example Christina’s barely there outfit had to her teenage girl fanbase. For a transcript, read on.
Bill: Oh, man. All right. Look, we have the MTV awards also and Christina Aguilera, she shows up wearing nothing and I guess this is a new trend. Look at this. I mean, here is this babe who’s appealing to teenagers primarily. I don’t think this is right, do you? Look at this.
FHM: Whether it’s right or wrong, it’s people who are trying to —
Bill: Guys, we might like it, but this is a woman who’s appealing to 12, 13-year-old girls. No?
FHM: It’s a woman who’s trying to stand out from the crowd and that’s what she’s trying to do, trying to call attention to herself.
Bill: How should we react to this as a society? Here we have women who basically are saying look, we’re going to be in your face with all our assets, whether purchased or natural. What should we do?
FHM: I don’t think it’s a morality issue, BilL. This is a situation where if you don’t like what’s going on because you think the marketing to your children, it’s up to you to use this as an example of what not to do.
Bill: Here is Britney Spears, dressed up like a dominatrix here, but that’s just rock ‘n roll non sense. There she is. It doesn’t bother me.