It's OK to fake it(?) Back in the late 80's, the group "Milli Vanilli" was exposed of complete fakery - the two men who represented the group lip-synched all the way through to No. 2 in the US pop charts in 1989. They were exposed in Nov 1990 by the very man who did the actual singing and spinning of their tunes, who quickly tired of the duo's insistence that they could actually sing. Upon hearing this, every embarassed wanna-be quickly dropped their dreadlocks, and ditched the wanna-be outfits. Milli Vanilli was no more. Fast forward to today. We have fakers all over the place who were throughly exposed - Ashlee Simpson, Lindsay Lohan, and so on. Completely and blatantly obvious that they have no musical talent whatsoever, and clearly lip-synched in their concerts, to pre-recorded music. Why are they still in fame? Is it because , for some reason, we're more tolerant and heaven forbid, even forgiving, of the fakery? What's going on here? Since when has faking it, become accepted?