Taylor Momsen Worse Than Miley

Gossip Girl star Taylor Momsen watches porn, she recently admitted in an interview. Are we shocked?

Taylor Momsen

Taylor Momsen and Miley Cyrus are both 17 years old, both are stars -- Momsen can be seen every week on Gossip Girl and fronts the rock band The Pretty Reckless -- and both are raising eyebrows for their inappropriate sexual antics.

Cyrus has parents in an uproar over her latest video as the high school-age Disney star behaves like a 20-something party girl. Now Momsen, who says Miley is repressed, refuses to be overshadowed and is talking about her porn and masturbation habits.

In their Hottest Chicks in Hard Rock issue, Momsen told Revolver exactly what she likes -- and can't stand -- in porn.

"If it's a good sex tape, I'll watch it. I like some adult stars," she told the mag. "I have a couple favorites. But I will say this: That Tommy Lee-Pamela Anderson video wasn't very good. I wouldn't [expletive] Tommy Lee."

That's good, because he would get arrested for it since she's underage. Momsen, who wears nothing but lingerie on the cover, also says she doesn't get the double standard when it comes to getting off. "Guys can masturbate. So why can't girls? Why is that such a hidden topic from the world?" she said.

The interview, which had devolved into a pedophile's sick daydream, took a sudden left turn with a hilarious revelation: Momsen penned Heidi Montag's single Blackout when she was eight years old.

"I wrote a pop song and recorded it with a producer as a demo. Heidi Montag from The Hills just recently sang it and put it out as her single. I'm like, OK, dude, you're singing an eight-year-old's words, but that's cool," she said. "It's so funny because I didn't shop it or anything and I get this call going, 'Did you write a song for Heidi Montag?' and I'm like 'What?'"

And we're like, put some clothes on.

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Fin August 21, 2013 | 4:40 AM

Wow... Someone watches porn, big deal. I'm an 18 year old female and I've been watching porn and masturbating since I was 12. My parents know, they don't care, I'm not hurting anyone. I'm not going around having unprotected , I'm actually a virgin. I think that experimentation with porn and masturbation can really help people understand what they like for when they're actually intimate with someone. I know that if I hadn't watched porn, I'd have no idea how works and all of the ways to gain or give pleasure. Parents might be freaking out about 17 year old celebrities being open about what they enjoy, but what they don't realize is that it doesn't make their own children less morally influenced. As long as these young celebrities aren't openly promoting suicide, hard drugs, and abuse, why the should anyone think they're a bad influence?

Kat March 29, 2011 | 2:40 AM

WOW. I think its another OMG moment when she starts talking about porn and basically telling us that she watches it. Just imagine how awkward that would feel knowing that your parents would see that ? Talk about parents...what the are her parents teaching her ? Do they not care that there daughter is telling the whole world everything that she should keep private . No one wants to imagine Taylor Momsen watching porn and masturbating do they ?

LILME October 21, 2010 | 11:16 AM

TOO many prudes in this world, especially women who don't remember their teenage years! That's when your the most ual, it's when you start to discover your uality!!! if you want to crap on people, crap on the moms who allow their 9 to 12 year olds to dress like their wvwnteen!!! and they want to about how 15-17 year olds act, well you gave them permission in pre-adolecence!!!

Rocker October 17, 2010 | 12:51 PM

At least she's saying and expressing who she is, and not giving any bull . She's got the guts, and she's got the talent, let her be who she wants to be.

Nat October 17, 2010 | 7:40 AM

she seems pretty ballsy and rad. I wish I had been more like that when I was 17. And ps-at least she's not like 15. Plenty of seventeen year olds are doing "ual things". Wake up.

Darrah October 16, 2010 | 3:38 AM

I think Gill Bates brings up an interesting point. It does take time for uality to evolve, especially in women. The fact that Taylor Momsen is openly discussing masturbation and watching porn is actually very bold. Whether her intention is promotional or political remains to be seen, but since it is for a magazine interview, it can be assumed there is some shock-factor-seeking. Nevertheless, uality - especially a woman's - begins, and continues growing, and reaches heights around her 30s and 40s. So, really, when you think back on your own past, didn't you masturbate at 17? Weren't you curious about porn while you were in high school? She's getting the conversation rolling and I praise her for that. (While I am surprised to see this cover with an 'under-age' star, I'll admit.) In a few months, she'll be 18, our society will stop judging her parents and begin the typical ritual of calling a ually provocative and open-minded woman... a . (Thereby disqualifying anything she has to say and making her an object - just like certain male detractors. Interesting, considering a lot of so-called 'feminists' and other women use this word without hesitation.) Thanks for reading.

Jessica Mason October 15, 2010 | 11:58 PM

I hate Miley and taylor momsen. is not a murder. Don't try to look y Miley or taylor momsen.

dude October 15, 2010 | 7:35 PM

i'd hit that. like...hard!!

Keith Richard Radford Jr October 15, 2010 | 2:39 PM

Thank you for the statement. is not murder, and people make so much out of the subject and the thought that we now have internment camps for peeing in the bushes for 8 year old children so something need to be done too raise the awareness that we have allowed the wreaking ball to be controlled by drunks with blinders to the reality that there needs to be an end to these laws written to be used for other than what they are strangling our economy and lives by organizations that are not even culturally sound of domestic in nature.

Gill Bates October 15, 2010 | 1:10 PM

"The interview, which had devolved into a pedophile's sick daydream" - sorry that is a crock of you-know-what. Do people REALLY think kids, especially girls, go fromn virginal 16 and 17 year olds to ual 18 year olds overnight? It is people like poster Tammay that have problems. YOU are the ones with the perverted minds, not ms Momsen. Some kids are ready to be ual at 14, 15 - and it is NOT a bad thing, others can be in their twenties and not ready. The point is that this should not be legislated by AGE. Forcing someone to do anything is criminal, but two young kids exploring each other definitely should not be. Patriarchal religion and hypocrisy are responsible for some really messed up laws - especially concerning .

Tammay October 15, 2010 | 12:37 PM

Where are the parents to this girl? Talk about bad parenting WOW!!!

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