I spent NYC's Gay Pride March on a float shared by The Adonis Lounge (strippers, some hookers) and AidforAIDS.org (which urges everyone to get tested for HIV). I'll have tons of sexy pictures of the guys and tons more of the general parade, but what follows is a, uh, humorous Q&A with the go-go boys on made-up world events...
16 posts categorized "BARBARA WALTERS"
Tom Daley gets scrubbed.
Cat meets baby = me-OW.
First Comeback comeback pic!
Zachary Quinto's (Work Unfriendly) booty.
Can't believe Sherri Shepherd's ungodly pre-nup.
Lady Gaga is a pig.
Hillary's eventual VP moving into Obama's Cabinet first?
Obama nominates out gay dad as Vietnam ambassador.
Tea Party nutjobs now sneaking sad rest-home pics for political gain.
Zac Efron wept on the phone with Michael Jackson.
Don't let HIV get you down.
Vitalii Sediuk crashes America Ferrera's dress at Cannes.
Zooey Deschanel with ZERO makeup.
Anti-gay Texas TV host is probably the daughter of a scam artist. Perfect.
You can feel Barbara Walters's frustration at having to interview someone as bone-rattlingly stupid as V. Stiviano. Yes, she's crazy like a fox in that she is getting big bucks from Donald Sterling for what appears to be very little work (where can I apply to be someone's “silly rabbit”?), but she's still in La-La Land, expecting anyone on earth to believe she isn't a side piece of some sort. She actually sort of laughs when saying it's a misconception that she's a whore. Laughs.
Ooh-ooh-ooh-ooh-ooh—Patti LaBelle's got an old attitude. (And it's cool.)
Lying Benghazi "witness" exposed.
Michelle Pfeiffer was in a cult, didn't know it.
How 13 kids react to watching gay-marriage proposals.
Ultimate Bryan Hawn butt video. (Work Unfriendly-ish.)
Shia really eating out in this movie? (Work Unfriendly.)
Don't click, size queen! (Very Work Unfriendly.)
Kenyth Mogan's catchy "Fall Apart" is serving "Tearin' Up My Heart."
Yoko Ono is 80...and a bad dancer.
Britney sprays fans with "Perfume."
Cristiano Ronaldo IS big. It's the undies that got small.
Madonna likes Rebecca Walker's Adé.
Madonna used to like pussy.
Stephen Bray confirms unreleased Madonna tracks.
Baby Madonna's dad was preaching about would be 26 now!
NOT IN MY STRAIGHT BACKYARD: Gay bar nixed by hix.
7 youth orgs write open letter urging Congress to pass ENDA.
ENDA advances in the Senate!
But President Boehner is against it, so fuck you all.
The Battle of amfAR debuts December 2 on HBO.
Your Lypsinka swag is here.
Gaga looks horrible, performs a downer ("Dope") for YouTube.
Gaga's Golden Girls moment.
Barbara Walters has announced that she will retire from TV journalism in the summer of 2014:
"I do not want to appear on another program or climb another mountain. I want instead to sit on a sunny field and admire the very gifted women—and OK, some men too—who will be taking my place."
Wow. I really like and respect Barbara Walters. I realized the last time I posted about her that there is a lot of resentment and dislike of her, but I don't get it. I think she's a legend, and rightfully so.
Barbara Walters will retire in one year's time. In my opinion, it's the end of an era and a great loss. Barbara Walters is one of those people who spans most of the history of television. She's been amazingly resilient, has made a name for herself doing multiple things from morning shows to the nightly news to nightime investigative journalism to, of course, her inimitable interviews.
When I saw her one time and mentioned how much I enjoyed The View (I did, at the time), she coolly ignored me. But she's not a friend, she's a living legend.
And for the record, when it comes to what kind of tree I'd be, I will be a weeping willow when she leaves.
Paul Ryan's fake photo op angers charity prez.
If Jude Law is fat, am I morbidly obese?
Morgan Freeman narrates new Obama ad.
Robin Thicke hangs out, his trunks hang low.
"I have too many vaginas around me at this point."—Rihanna
Team Romney says Latino voters crave "macho bravado." Pendejos.New book argues that barebacking is "not simply crazy or irresponsible."
In engaging remarks on The View, President Obama talks about his former support of civil unions, his now fully evolved marriage-equality views, his belief that DOMA is not Constitutional and his ignorance of 50 Shades of Grey.
Via Mamie Van Doren (yes, that one!): With candidates for public office routinely receiving scrutiny for having been members of restricted country clubs, it's interesting that being members of the Mormon faith—while not exactly a plus, depending on which group you ask!—isn't a career-killer. Yes, it was 30 years ago that they weren't allowing black people in. But 30 years isn't that long ago.
Watch this deliciously excruciating video from the late '70s showing 21-year-old Donnie Osmond and 19-year-old Marie Osmond explaining that their faith's restrictions against black people were just "the way the Lord wants it" and that it's a man's job to speak his mind, not a woman's...
According to a press release, The View's Obama edition was its most-watched telecast ever, with 6.59 million total viewers, or just over half the number of kids who watched the series debut of iCarly in 2007. Anyway, it had a lot of viewers.
I thought they did a decent job, but I didn't like Joy's pop-culture segment so much; I would have preferred a question on DADT or gay rights in general. Obama was very good. Still, though, I think he's so bad at manipulating and running down his opponents. All this high-ground stuff was great as an antidote to Bush, but these are different times (already)—he needs to be more aggressive.