This is the Untold Truth of Brian Austin Green's New Flame

 

This is the Untold Truth of Brian Austin Green's New Flame

2020/07/03

Courtney Stodden was trying to launch a music career long before Doug Hutchison entered her life. In fact, she told HuffPost in 2013, "When I was around the age of 12, I started writing my own material, making homegrown music videos to slap up on YouTube." Her first video, "Don't Put It on Me, Girl" was widely viewed on the heels of her controversial marriage in 2011. A pop/EDM artist, Stodden clearly draws influences from musicians like Lady Gaga. However, she also told HuffPost, "I'm a different breed. Determined, artistic, provocative and very edgy. Ready to give the world something unique and legendary. You know you're doing something right when people either love you or hate you."



Her songs range from the honestly not bad, like 2013's "Reality," to the downright cringey, like her 2016 Christmas single, "Mistletoe Bikini." In more recent years, Stodden has clearly started listening to Lana Del Rey, and adopted a new persona, "Ember," reflected in music like 2018's moody "For You." For better or worse, wants to be considered a serious artist. To wit: 2017's "Glass of Wine," which Stodden described to Us Weekly as "a passion project" and "an emotional journey." Perhaps the best way to listen to her is with your eyes closed? Her over-the-top appearance can distract from her music, but listened to on its own, it can be a different experience. (And no, we can't believe we just wrote that, either.)
















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