WEST HOLLYWOOD - Tila Tequila has bounced back onto the newspaper headlines after being absent for about a month or so.
One of the most reputable music magazines in the world Pitchy Bitchy Magazine has just named Tequila's latest song "Get Me Off" as the most vulgar song in the history of recorded music.
Magazine Editor Lynzi Fiskwater said that Pitchy Bitchy readers were asked to submit a survey card asking which song they feel is the vulgarest, filthiest, and most obscenely repulsive song of all time.
A total of 217,903 survey cards were returned. And Tila's song "Get Me Off" received a total of 213,108 votes.
Amy Winehouse's song "Ya Seen Me Muffin" received 1,341 votes and Courtney Love's song "He Said He Wanted Me For His Bitch, And I Told Him That His Bitch Can Get Her Own Bitch" received 1,021.
And in fourth place was Madonna's semi-hit "Okay, Yo, So Who Really Gives A Flying Eff If My Knockers Are Lopsided?" garnered 13 votes.
The lyrics to Tila's song "Get Me Off" are so damn vulgar that we cannot even print one word. It is filled with "F" words, "P" words, "C" words, and vulgar words that makeup 23 of the 26 letters of the alphabet.
Tila a native of Singapore has recently appeared in several well known mens' magazines including Penthouse, Maxim, Stuff, and Mammaries Monthly.
She is also the spokesperson for The El Sombrero Grande Tequila Company of Mexico, which is the world's largest producer of Tequila.
Tila says that she is thrilled with the contract which pays her $40,000 a year plus all of the Tequila she can drink.
SIDENOTE: The African country of Upper Shabutu has just released figures showing that Tila's song "Get Me Off" is number one on the music charts and her song "My Thighs Ooze Sexuality And So Does My Biscuit" is number two.