She may have just been overtaken by Lady Gaga as the most followed person on Twitter, but there’s no denying the popularity of the princess of Pop. POP Magazine have yet agained called upon Richard Prince to shoot the cover story for the upcoming issue of the magazine, this time also collaborating with Takashi Murakami to add a Japanese Pop feel to the cover. Word is that the issue will also include cartoon stickers throughout.

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  1. Cat Steppings

    Oh God. For real? She's made up to look like a 12 year old japanese gymnast. She;s going on 30 for crying out loud! Not to mention a mother of TWO KIDS. I guess their target audience are 10 year old girls (which is ok) but they are also targeting child porn users, which is just really sick. Adult women who are made to look like sexy children are what makes child porn use driven up. I;m not against women dressing sexy, but this is just really disturbing. This is the kind of sick crap the fashion industry and pop culture forces on society.