Sheryl Crow – What's the Big Hairy Deal?
Is Sheryl Crow destined to be famous just for being famous? Sure she's had a few great tunes, but what has this nine-time Grammy winning singer produced in the past ten years that hasn't been painfully hard to watch. I don't need to remind you of her Kid Rock team-up Lance Armstrong break-up smeared across the tabloids.
Recently Crow wrapped up her Global Warming Tour all while she's busy being the Revlon Colorist spokesperson. Excuse me? Not only does her mega tour bus featured in the Revlon commercial likely contribute more carbon emissions than a small community of vehicles, but her Revlon stylist looks like he's gunning to win a prize for most ozone used in a hairspray commercial.
Can a true environmentalist justify the amount of harmful chemicals washed down the sink after a home dye job? What about eco-friendly make-up? Seems to me Sheryl Crow's more worried about gray roots than grassroots. The only place where Crow is likely not making a big footprint is her diet - someone give that girl a burger!
Next time you wanna share your fabulous hair coloring tips with us Sheryl, why don't you just go out and soak up the sun. It is, after all, still free.
In an interview yesterday Crow said, "I have spent the better part of this tour trying to come up with easy ways for us all to become a part of the solution to global warming."
Her solution: ration your toilet paper! That's right, one square each and the world becomes a better place to live.
Thanks Sheryl, I'll have remember to bring along my bottle of Purel when I shake your hand for saving the world.
James W. Coates,
National Park Expert