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Selena Gomez & Vanessa Hudgens TOO Sexy In Spring Breakers? The Ladies Of The View Discuss!

Here ya go, Spring Breakers!

You wanted to shock, and now the storm is truly brewing!

Now that the issue of Joy Behar's departure has been explained, as well as the topic of Elisabeth Hasselbeck's alleged firing over Republican views, the ladies of The View can talk about more important things.

Like flaunting sex around teens!

Commenting on Selena Gomez and Vanessa Hudgens' racy roles in the upcoming guilty-pleasure flick, the women have to ask… are the former Disney stars being too sexy? And will this negatively affect the younger fans who want to follow them beyond Disney?

PRESS that magical PLAY button to watch what happens (above)!

All you Ashley Benson fans better take note too. They're discussing your girl's decision to promote the sexy, druggy Spring Breakers in her issue of Seventeen magazine — a mag obviously for teens!

Sherri says:

"They target 12- to 19-year-olds, so you’ve got a large population of Seventeen readers who haven’t seen the movie. I get that people want to evolve… but when you want to evolve into a adult, you need to leave the kid stuff behind."

Meanwhile, Elisabeth pondered the effects of 'erotic sex' on teens, and said if the film shows sex, it better show the consequences too!

Agree? Or do you think it's just supposed to be a fun popcorn movie??

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22 comments to “Selena Gomez & Vanessa Hudgens TOO Sexy In Spring Breakers? The Ladies Of The View Discuss!”



  1. 1

    it is not up to movies to teach teenagers the consequences of sex. that is the responsibility of the parent or guardian.



  2. 2

    I love how they got so off the subject without really addressing and bashing 17 magazine for being so shameful the fuck?

  3. blank...tds says – reply to this


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    Selena Gomez has been a UNICEF Ambassador since 2009…these girls are ACTING!!!Maybe the women of The View should do thier homework before judging anyone else..if your child isn't old enough to understand the difference in real life Selena Gomez and a movie character..then yeah, they obviously don't need to see this movie

  4. selenator says – reply to this


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    All I can say is that their younger fans are just as important as their older ones and whether they can see spring breakers or not they better not forget anyone..cuz it was her wowp and hsm fans that got her where she is today.

  5. yvassallo says – reply to this


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    Re: blank…tds – While im sure selena is a total sweetheart and one of the better ppl in hollywood, what does being a unicef ambassador have to do with anything? anybody even a murderer can donate to charity, it doesn't necessarily speak to the kind o person she may be.

  6. Rose says – reply to this


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    Once again the women creatures of the view misappropriated the conversation, off tracking it from the original dialogue. It is unhealthy role modeling. Not only for children but for adults.

  7. J says – reply to this


    7

    I love all the promo this movie is getting off the view :) .. If your kid isn't mature enought o see it, then don't let them? Quit bashing the actors. I love Selena!

  8. Rose says – reply to this


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    Re: pollopicu – Absolutely!



  9. 9

    okay, this is the magazine's poor choice. You have a 20, 23 & 24 year old starring in a movie that unfortunately is pretty much real life. At least they didn't use 15 year olds. Seventeen's decision to use any and all of the girls on their cover who are not part of their target audience is a poor choice on their part. Instead of allowing the teens to be teens they seem to be heading in the direction of Cosmo. I remember submitting a picture of myself to the magazine when I was 14 and I still have the hand written note from them telling me I look too mature for their target audience. Heck….I was 14 looked too mature for a magazine named Seventeen and wasn't 24 and promoting a movie with wild sex, drugs, and robbery if I heard correctly. I'm glad my daughter is 21 now. I would not want to be the one to tell her she was too young to see a movie with 2 of her favorite actresses.

  10. fid says – reply to this


    10

    This movie will most likely be a flop. Seems like the director/writer is trying to make a "deep" film but it comes off as fluff. But then again things like 50 shades of grey go to show you that good marketing and calling something "bad" will bring all the sheep out to baaaaa.



  11. 11

    Re: blank…tds – It really wasn't about her being in the movie, it was about Seventeen Magazine using 24 year old Ashley Benson on it's cover promoting the movie to a target audience not even allowed to see the movie. I don't have a problem with any of the girls…just the magazine.

  12. sara says – reply to this


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    its not down to a movie to teach children values its down to the parents. just dont let children watch it simple as that. i would let my niece/nephew watch the croods which has the voice of nic cage but i wouldnt let them watch ghost rider its just common sense STOP BLAMING THE STARS SHEESH

  13. rachel says – reply to this


    13

    firstly it is suppose to be an independant art film. whether or not u see the art in it, the director intended it to be purely art-based hence the lack of speech throughout the movie. i think that people forget that they are actresses and although there are no consequences to their actions, there were no parents to stop them which is why it is always the guardians responsibility to make sure their child doesnt make silly mistakes.



  14. 14

    80% of the people that are going to watch this are 15 year old boys wanting to jack off in the theater anyways.

  15. SES017 says – reply to this


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    I do not see a problem with Selena, Ashley or Vennessa doing a movie like "Spring Breakers". Why not build an audience in multiple age groups. You wouldn't quit a job before finding a new one? These girls are in their 20's, they should be able to act like it and not be judged.

  16. Sergio says – reply to this


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    Hola Vanessa soy Sergio tu fan nº1 de España eres la actriz mas guapa del mundo y tambien soy tu seguidor nº1 por internet y espero que te lo hayas pasado genial en "El hormiguero" junto con Selena Gomez y muchisimas gracias Vanessa por mandarme al final del programa esos besos y el corazon has tenido un detalle muy bonito para mi Vanessa y te voy a llevar siempre en lo mas profundo de mi corazon vivo en Alicante (España) y si alguna vez vienes a los estudios de cine “Ciudad de la luz” de Alicante a rodar alguna de tus peliculas te estare esperando porque tengo muchisimas ganas de conocerte Vanessa y hasta te enseñaria mi camara de video y te dejaria que grabes un poco con ella y todo muchos besos y abrazos de tu fan nº1 de España Sergio



  17. 17

    Well, it might be a good idea to actually watch the segment before you post a story on it. None of the ladies had an issue with these girls doing this movie. They had a bigger issue with 17 Magazine, who has a young audience who won't even be able to see the movie, promoting this movie. The ladies said the girls are free to do movies as they please and its tricky for them to try to grow up in this industry. The big problem the ladies all agreed on was Seventeen magazine promoting the movie.

  18. @v@ says – reply to this


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    Re: Rose – True, but it's art. If all movies were healthy role modelling, it would all be modern day little house on the prairie. Gaaack! It's more of a portrayal than role modelling. Have you SEEN the kids on spring break every year for decades? They don't go to role model. They go to let loose.



  19. 19

    It's not the TVs, radios, magazines or actors to teach people responsibility, consequences, common sense. Stop putting these twats on pedestals simply because they look pretty and repeat lines. I mean THAT is the problem here. People idolize useless people.

  20. Fuzzy says – reply to this


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    I don't know wht people think movies have great influence on our lifestyle. Do we suddenly become homicidal after watching Friday 13 or a pychopath like Norman Bate? I'm sure the teens today know more about carnal knowledge than you think. The ladies in View are obsolete.

  21. suraj singhani says – reply to this


    21

    hmmmm maybe selena is playing a game with someones mind

  22. Em says – reply to this


    22

    Who cares what movies they star in? They're ACTRESSES. It's ACTING.
    It doesn't matter what damn role they play.
    If they want to show they're not Disney kids anymore, let them.
    & that Elisabeth woman just needs to quit talking.