BERNHARD'S BOTTOM: Geez, everybody wants to get into the Bottom 10 act this year. We let it slip that we were putting together our annual list--and before we knew it, the mailman stopped by with a 10 Worst List from comedienne Sandra Bernhard. Since Bernhard has taken a few lumps herself--her collection of pop songs once made our Bottom 10 honorable mention list--we figured she deserved a chance to fling a few slings 'n' arrows herself. Here are a few excerpts:
1--"Tiffany" by Tiffany. "My fears ran deep when I saw a young girl on the boardwalk in Venice lip-singing to 'I Think We're Alone Now.' Isn't it frightening enough that Tiffany is a success with a bad remake? Now she's become a role model too."
3--"Primitive Cool" by Mick Jagger. "Can we believe that the same bad boy who wanted to 'paint it black, black as coal, (who wanted) to see the sun blotted out from the sky,' is now telling us to stand tall, be proud, work hard, touch the clouds?"
4--"Actually" by the Pet Shop Boys. "They're smarmy, smart-aleck limeys who need to be smacked around to get them over themselves."