Execs at Nickelodeon aren’t the only ones grappling with how to deal with Jamie Lynn Spears’ shocking teen pregnancy: so are teen magazine editors:
“I was considering her for an upcoming cover,” CosmoGIRL! Editor-in-Chief Susan Schulz told Usmagazine.com Friday. “But with this news, I’d have to rethink that.”
Though she praised Spears, 16, for “taking responsibility,” Schulz added, “I don’t feel like I can put her on the cover right now because, as you can imagine, girls are disappointed in Jamie Lynn.”
Ann Shoket, Editor-in-Chief of Seventeen, tells Us “we would certainly consider” putting Jamie Lynn on the cover, but only after the Zoey 101 star “overcomes this moment” and goes on “to have a career our readers can look up to.
“Getting pregnant at 16 is not something we’re encouraging,” Shoket says.
Schulz says she doesn’t expect teen girls to follow in her footsteps.
Schulz said Spears “appears to be very resolved in her decision, and regardless of whether girls agree with her actions or not, they see that she is doing what she personally feels is best despite the uproar over her news.”
Maybe Jaime Lynn should think about Modern Maternity, Parents Magazine or Working Mother Magazine?
and Blohan's reaction about the 16 yr old's oven bakin' from Popsugar:
LL keeps herself out of the juicy headlines these days and she's not impressed with what is taking her place. She recently commented to OK! about Jamie Lynn Spears' pregnancy, saying, "Why do people think it's such a big deal?" Well, when you've had the year that LL has, it's no wonder she's so blasé.