"I'm a good kid. I've been brought up with very good morals, and I'm not going to go out and do something I don't want other kids to do."
They're the anti-Britneys and the post-Parises. CBS News calls them the "Girls Gone Mild." After a summer of public celebrity meltdowns, DUI's and rehab visits that have been reported ad nauseum, the good girls are finally getting their due. And when you consider one of the biggest media sensations of late is about a bunch of squeaky-clean high schoolers from New Mexico, the good boys are joining in as well.
"I'm not going to get blind drunk and then stumble out and fall over an puke up in front of people. I'm not saying I don't do that in private, but I try not to."
Miley Cyrus's parents still make her do her homework and finish her chores. Aly & AJ speak openly about their Christian beliefs. Scarlett Johannson claims her only vice is Swiss cheese.
Do you think the press and public have had their fill of "bad girl" stories for a while? Have the good girls been ignored, or is a private life kept private just not interesting? Isn't it about time we had some good celebrity news for a change?