The song was well received by critics for its sound, its lyrical content, and that it was "sexy".
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It was released in February 2006 as the first single from her third studio album by La Face Records.
The song marked Pink's return to La Face Records under Zomba Label Group via Sony BMG, after Arista Records consolidated La Face's operations into its own in mid-2001.
The video shows Pink as an angel and a demon who try to influence the future of a young girl.
The angel shows her a series of images demonstrating the stupidity of current trends in female celebrities, and the images feature Pink in various roles, including a dancer in a 50 Cent video, a girl attempting to attract the attention of an instructor at the gym, a girl who uses her emergency inflatable breasts at a bowling alley, a girl at a tanning salon, a girl with purging disorder who considers calories "so not sexy", an old woman in a pink tracksuit who looks as if she is trying too hard to look young, a girl getting plastic surgery, a girl making a sex tape, a girl washing her car and rubbing a facecloth and soap all over herself, and a girl who goes into what looks like a pet shop, buys an "itsy bitsy doggy" with the advertisement that it "stays younger longer", and drives her car so carelessly while putting on makeup that she runs over two people.
It features Pink as a variety of roles, both as an angel and a demon, variety of celebrities, a random woman getting plastic surgery, a lady with a purging disorder, and others.
The song earned Pink a nomination for Best Female Pop Vocal Performance at the 2007 Grammy Awards. In the week of March 4, it climbed to number thirteen, becoming Pink's eighth top twenty single in the United States and her highest peaking single since "Just Like a Pill" (2002).They decided to release the video before issuing the song to radio, and 8.6 million people downloaded the video when it was made available on the internet.Zomba's senior vice president of marketing Janet Kleinbaum said that radio programmers "went online to download the audio from the video in order to get it on radio".It received airplay in nightclubs, peaking inside the top twenty on the Hot Dance Club Play chart."Stupid Girls" was certified Gold by RIAA on February 13, 2008.According to Zomba, over eight million people downloaded the video immediately after it was available online, but also "went online to download the audio from the video in order to get it on radio".