‘The View’ Ladies Slam ‘Spring Breakers’ Star Selena Gomez

Tue, March 12, 2013 12:42pm EDT by 32 Comments
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Nikki

Posted at 12:16 PM on July 22, 2013  

I was extremely disappointed that the girls that I looked up to as a child watching disney channel played in such a racy and absolutely disgusting movie. I am 20 years old and thought this movie was complete junk. I actually wanted to shoot my eyes out the entire time I was watching it. I only finished it because I didn’t want to waste my boyfriend’s money. WORST MOVIE EVER. WORST THING TO EVER “PROMOTE.” Growing up does not consist of becoming a slut, drug addict, alcoholic, and MURDERER. Growing up consists of, instead, realizing that your life is too valuable to give away to those things, and that a conscious actually exists within yourself. Restating my original opinion: I am shocked and horrified of these teens’ choice to act in such a disgusting film and I absolutely agree with the View members that they should not be promoting it, at all, none-the-less, to children.

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barbi

Posted at 10:25 AM on April 21, 2013  

I think its great they want to do more grown up roles, they r if age. I so think that if they are featured in a teen magazine however, they shouldnt talk about it because you know they will want to see it just cause they r in it.

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Angela Raskowski

Posted at 7:37 PM on April 13, 2013  

Selena has said many times that this movie
isn’t for young viewers. Get it straight.

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Demi

Posted at 10:08 PM on March 21, 2013  

Try not to blatantly show your bias Hollywoodlife.

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Lolita

Posted at 9:07 PM on March 20, 2013  

Its just a movie i agree but its also a away of changing your mind and putting stuff so violent and with sex shouldnt be even legal in any country that movie its just horrible how a girl would respect herself and grow up correctly if she is watching that porno movie

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here comes the sun

Posted at 6:14 AM on March 17, 2013  

I can’t stand Selena’s smug, self-satisfied look. She does this all the time. Like she’s all that and a bag of chips. In this picture she is doing it again, but the other girls are actually in character based on the movie’s premise. Selena just looks like – Hey look at me i’m in a movie. That’s acting?

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taketwo

Posted at 1:09 AM on March 29, 2013  

I get the impression you’ve got personal issues with Selena. You sound those teenage girls in high school who are very jealous of a very popular girl in school. It’s your personal problem so get over it. She has everything you don’t have.

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jazzy

Posted at 12:31 AM on March 17, 2013  

If you luv your mom post This to 20 pictures 1 Girl ignored This and her mom died 365 later sorry cant ignore This because i luv my mom

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Danielle

Posted at 8:59 AM on March 16, 2013  

people should stop throwing the responsibility to say what is right or wrong for their children to celebrities, turn off your TVs teach values ​​to your kids, their job is to entertain your children, yours is educate them and show that movies is not real life, stop being such hypocrites and false puritans

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Karina

Posted at 12:01 PM on March 15, 2013  

I’m a teenager and I am completely and utterly disappointed in selena gomez and Vanessa hudges. Yes parents need to control what their children watch but sometimes they’ll have no control over it and kids will find a way to do or watch what their parents tell them not to we all know that. And what kind of example are these disney stars setting for the younger generation? Yes she has the right to grow up but that doesn’t mean they have to jump into it like this. People look up to Vanessa and selena (especially selena since she hasn’t had any scandals so far). This is not okay

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Annabelle

Posted at 3:59 PM on March 14, 2013  

Wow, I am one of her younger fans, and I believe that she has the right to grow up. I am perfectly normal teenage girl, and I get to do things that I wasn’t able to do 5 years ago, back when I was 9, like go to a slumber party. What is the difference? She is 20 and her five years ago was fifteen – which for her, was Disney. I think she has done a good job telling us younger fans that this is not for our age group, but for those who are considerably older and more mature than us. She has warned us multiple times, and the fact that Seventeen is posting about it, is not based on her and her will. That is based on what the magazine chooses to include. I will admit though, I miss seeing her on Wizards.

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Aleysia

Posted at 10:11 AM on March 13, 2013  

My 10 year old, who loves Selena, does not read 17 Magazine. She is intelligent enough to understand that this movie is not for her and made for an older audience. As well as her mother is intelligent enough to say no to going to see this movie. Childrens actions are not the result of a movie or TV show. They are the result of faulty parenting. I can let my daughter see this movie and she will not go run away, have sex, steal, drink and smoke. Absent mental illness, the actions of children are direct result of parenting guidance issues. Selena has said that her younger fan base should not see this movie and she is a very respectful and appreciative young woman. She has the right to grow up and do more adult things. Wizards is gone, with the exception of the special coming up on Friday, and she is no longer a Disney star. Where she started has no bearing on where she is going. She can’t take a 5-10 year break until her fans become adults if she intends to continue her career. People need to grow up and realize that she has the right to make decisions for herself and Sherri and Elisabeth need to stuff a sock in their overbearing and overopinionated mouths.

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taketwo

Posted at 3:42 AM on March 14, 2013  

I agree with you. I’m in my 60’s and and understand these hollywood movies are all given a rating to help guide the kids and parents as to which movies they can see. But it’s not actors role to tell which ones they can go see. The movies are given a rating for a simple reason. These young ladies are considered adults and it’s up to them to make their own choices on which roles they’re are willing to take. Acting is their career just like Sherri and Elisabeth careers deal commenting on any subject they want. Sometimes they’re right and sometimes they are way off base being critics. They got a job to do just like the actors have a job to do too.

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Kathy Perez

Posted at 12:13 PM on March 31, 2013  

You sound like you are your daughters friend. Your job is to be her mother. I agree with Elizabeth and Sherry. This movie objectifies girls and they do not need to see this anymore than they already do. At this age they do not have a strong sense of themselves and do what their friends so no matter how they were raised. You are living in a fantasy if you think otherwise.

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Demi Lovato Rocks

Posted at 2:23 AM on March 13, 2013  

this film is HORRIBLE though………it looks so poorly developed and the stars are like all disney ones. GET REAL ACTRESSES, not a 20 year old who barely made it to see the movie herself.

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Phoenix

Posted at 4:48 PM on March 12, 2013  

Yeah they shouldn’t be promoting it to their younger audience. This film is pretty racy…

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DM

Posted at 4:21 PM on March 12, 2013  

Nothing annoys me more than adults blaming the media for how children/teens act. It’s called parenting! If you don’t want your kids seeing the movie, don’t let them. No magazine article is going to change that. The movie is about 4 college girls committing crimes to go on spring break. Regardless of the rating, it doesn’t appeal to people outside of late teens to early 20s it’s going to be promoted in magazines and tv shows that reach that age group. If you don’t want your younger kids seeing it, don’t let them – Selena Gomez shouldn’t have to tell you that!

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lexi

Posted at 4:42 PM on March 12, 2013  

I totally agree with you, they are just lazy and want to blame things on celebrities because they know they are not good parents.

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AULANI

Posted at 5:42 PM on March 13, 2013  

I AGREE LEXY

 
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Kathy Perez

Posted at 12:15 PM on March 31, 2013  

You apparently do not know what you are talking about and are a kid yourself.

 
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nancy

Posted at 3:42 PM on March 12, 2013  

Agree Aulani!

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AULANI

Posted at 1:44 PM on March 12, 2013  

SERIOUSLY SHERRI AND ELIZABETH NEED TO STFU. AND GET A LIFE. HAVE THEM QUIT COMMENTING ON THE MOVIE. ITS JUST A MOVIE FOR PETE SAKE. THEY BOTH NEED TO STFU

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abe is doing it!!?

Posted at 1:42 PM on March 12, 2013  

……..HALLELUJAAAAAA, the high school girls and beyond are back!!

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Nikkita Michelle

Posted at 1:39 PM on March 12, 2013  

They’re marketing it to teenagers, because teenagers go on spring break.

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NNS

Posted at 1:39 PM on March 12, 2013  

Selena has specifically said, when asked many times, that her younger fans SHOULD NOT SEE THIS MOVIE. They need to stfu

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StuffandThings

Posted at 1:32 PM on March 12, 2013  

They haven’t seen the movie so how do they know how much sex is in it? And some teenagers will watch it if they are targeted or not, as for the “Seventeen” article, (to bring twitter into it-the actresses have no idea what ages are following them). I think they are over reacting plus Gomez did say that “Spring Breakers” is not for kids so they are being responsible IMO

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StuffandThings

Posted at 1:34 PM on March 12, 2013  

as for the “Seventeen” article it sounds like it was briefly mentioned (not advertised/ promoted) (sorry met to say that)

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Dianey

Posted at 1:24 PM on March 12, 2013  

“I get that people want to evolve … but when you want to evolve into a adult, you need to leave the kid stuff behind.” are you kidding me, im asking how exactly do they expect them to do that exactly. Selena for example loves her younger fans just because shes growing up and wants to do more adult roles does not mean her younger fans are just gonna get cut off completely. or that her fans are not going to look up to her. They love all their fans, they cant just one day decide what age group they will only love for now on. I completely understand were these ladies are coming from. But i do have to say Selena has said many times that her younger fans should not be watching this movie “I’ve done my best to warn the parents and my younger fans. I’ll be 21 this year, so, for me, it’s been kind of refreshing and nice to step out of my comfort zone and do things that I didn’t think I could do as an actress… But 18 and older (fans), go see Spring Breakers!” she cant stop the kids from watching this movie its up to the parents. But just because they have younger fans does not mean they shouldn’t promote their movie.

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StuffandThings

Posted at 1:35 PM on March 12, 2013  

Agreed,

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SG3471

Posted at 1:20 PM on March 12, 2013  

who gives a damn,gosh adults are so boring it’s just a movie

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Kailua

Posted at 12:54 PM on March 12, 2013  

There old, it’s just a movie gods sake, there STUPID

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potato salad

Posted at 12:53 PM on March 12, 2013  

You’re either promoting a movie for young folks, or for adults. The 2 should never cross, if your fan base is mostly tweens or younger, and they’re reading about it in 17 magazine. Hard to say, but I agree with the View ladies this time.

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