Duh Aficionado Magazine: Courtney Stodden Appears Topless On Cover Of Magazine About Corpses

Sometimes you’ll hear about a celebrity (used here in the broadest terms) doing something that a few years earlier you would not have guessed that they would be reduced to doing, and for a moment you have to recalibrate your thoughts and/or feelings about them. Like, for example, when a Jeremy Renner goes from The Hurt Locker to Hansel And Gretel: Vampire Hunters. Oh no! Jeremy! Or, like, if Alec Baldwin started doing a web series for Cracked, you’d be like, Oh no! Alec! But in the case of Courtney Stodden appearing topless on the cover of a magazine about corpses called GIRLS AND CORPSES you are just like well, no, yeah, I mean, yeah, right, yes. If you had told me the very first time I ever heard of Courtney Stodden that within two short years she would be appearing topless on the cover of a magazine about corpses called Girls and Corpses I would have said “yes, that trajectory and timeline sounds about right.” Good grief. This lady can’t even jump the shark because SHE IS THE SHARK. Or maybe Courtney has known what she was doing all along and everything has been leading up to this moment. Being topless on the cover of Girls and Corpses is her Amistad, standing on the shoulders of her forefathers to reach this pinnacle. And now that she has FINALLY gotten the attention she craved and DESERVED she is done. There’s nothing left to strive for. The summit has been attained, and now we start the slow and mildly depressing return to base camp, flush with the knowledge that we once touched God. (Image via Gawker.)