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This song is about girls who are focused on their sexuality and how they are perceived by others; girls who get plastic surgery and are overly concerned about who the next guy is they'll go out with. Pink feels girls should be more focused on their talents and careers, and is concerned that their aren't better role models for these girls. (thanks, Ayla - Rochester, NY)
In the video, Pink plays both an angel and a demon trying to influence a young girl. The angel shows her images of trendy girls portrayed by Pink. In the end, the girl chooses a football, educational toys and a keyboard over a set of dolls, defeating the demon. (thanks, Donovan Berry - El Dorado, AR)
Although Pink claimed she was not attacking anyone specifically, it is widely speculated that she is singing about Lindsay Lohan, Jessica Simpson and Paris Hilton.
The video won the 2006 MTV Video Music Award for Best Pop Video.
Pink performed this song at the 2006 Nickelodeon Kids Choice Awards. (thanks, Breanna - Henderson, NV)
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