Taylor Momsen Recreates Last Supper in 'Miss Nothing' Music Video
By PopEater Staff Posted Jul 22nd 2010 01:13PM
Taylor Momsen is at it again. In 'Miss Nothing,' the latest music video from Momsen's band The Pretty Reckless, the actress recreates Leonardo DaVinci's famed painting 'The Last Supper,' which depicts Jesus' final meal with his 12 apostles. But there isn't much religion going on in Momsen's video. Wearing a tight dress, dark eye makeup and crawling all over a table, the 'Gossip Girl' star proves she's out to cause more controversy -- and won't be apologizing for her risque, see-through corset dress and stripper heels. Watch the video. >>
"I don't need to be saved," she sings in the video. Her bandmates appear as apostles -- who sit quietly as she crawls across the table and smashes glasses over their heads.
'Miss Nothing' appears on The Pretty Reckless' debut album, 'Light Me Up,' which is set for release on August 31.
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Taylor Momsen performs during the NYLON Party at the Seaport on June 22, 2010 in New York City.
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