As all of you can tell, I have been pretty absent from the blog. Real life interferes with my blogging. That’s why the December 2011 Entitlement Princess of the Month didn’t get done until now.
Last month’s Entitlement Princess of the Month was Kim Kardashian for 72 day marriage to Kris Humphries. She won by default due to a lack of submissions at the time, and that she deserves a lifetime achievement award for entitlement princessry.
Since this month’s Entitlement Princess award got delayed, all of the submissions will be held for next month except for Twell’s submission of Sinead O’Connor. (Remember to continue to submit entitlement princesses at this link.) I’m selected Sinead O’Connor for December’s entitlement princess of the month. Not only did Sinead O’Connor have a 16 day marriage, she also deserves an entitlement princess lifetime achievement award.
One of the reasons that O’Connor’s marriage only lasted 16 days was that her now ex-husband was pissed that she went looking for drugs right after the wedding. O’Connor literally chose drugs over her husband. On top of that this is O’Connor’s fourth marriage despite her vow she made after her second marriage fell apart to never get married again.
Sinead O’Connor has a long history of being an entitlement princess. In 1991 she boycotted the Grammy Awards where she would have received several awards for its “extreme commercialism. In 1992 she ripped up a picture of then Pope John Paul II at the end of a performance during Saturday Night Live. (She intentionally deceived NBC and the crew of Saturday Night Live about her plans to rip up a picture of the Pope by doing something different during rehearsals.) In 1990 O’Connor whined about playing at a venue that had a tradition of playing the national anthem before performances and made them remove the national anthem before her performance. In 2000 she came out as a lesbian, but then retracted that shortly afterwards. She claimed this wasn’t a publicity stunt.
All of this adds up to Sinead O’Connor being the December 2011 Entitlement Princess of the Month. She is also deserving of an entitlement princess lifetime achievement award.