Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow
Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow // Amy Winehouse
Look, it’s my house!
So my family stayed at my aunt’s beach house last weekend and
a Harry Potter-themed
in the cupboard under the stairs
Do I condone blackface? No.
I mention blackface because it hammers in the insanity of that production, (which casts a 55-year-old Japanese woman of considerable size as a young African American woman) and it enhances the bizarre, campy-quality of Kumiko Mori as a public figure.
If you’re not okay with mere mentions of blackface though…then, oh boy, is the lack of political correctness in this world going to haunt your life forever. I work on television sitcoms, no one should expect my blog to be a paragon of political correctness.
I have become obsessed with this woman in the last 15 minutes because of Sister Act.
Let’s meet the Japanese queen, Kumiko Mori:
-She participated in a “banana diet” on a reality show and caused a significant spike in banana sales in Japan.
-She was on The Suite Life of Zack and Cody and has been on many Disney Channel Japan productions.
-She has published a cookbook of original recipes.
-She’s a standup comedian.
-She’s the original voice of Pikachu.
-She’s an opera singer.
-She is a suspected criminal in a suicide/homicide trial.
-She is currently starring in Sister Act the Musical in Japan as young Deloris Van Cartier even though she is 55 years old. She also does it in blackface.
-She is married.
These are all completely true facts about her and I wish I was lying. She is amazing.
OH MY GOD
The second Deloris is…
OH MY GOD
See the world.
Tomas, Tomas, Tomas…