I'm never sure what to say when a fantasy-figure, gorgeous guy posts a picture of his equally gorgeous teenage son asserting that his son is a "man" and asking you if you think he's good-looking or not. Is Chris Hansen hiding in the kitchen? Sex and the City shower-stud Gilles Marini has been pimping his son's beauty to his social-media followers for a while now. I guess it's a French thing.
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It's time for the third installment of "Instagratification" (first one here, second one here), wherein I round up some of the hottest quasi-celebs and should-be-famous totties revealing their bodies and all aspects of their beauty on social media, especially on pic-happy Instagram.
I follow so many people (not all of them strictly because they're pretty—give me some credit) that I'm frequently surprised to fall for a model and then discover that I'm already following his Instagram. So if there is anyone you think should be spotlighted in these features on BoyCulture, please, by all means, let me know—you can find me on Facebook here or here, and/or on Twitter, and/or on YouTube.
Get ready for some annoyingly perfect beauty, and don't forget to follow my own Instagram if you aren't already...
Come friend me on Facebook; I'll be live-snarking the Oscars. (It's not as bad as it sounds...I admit it when I'm moved, as well.)
Steve's fans lift him up. Full gallery above.
Steve Grand is stubborn.
The Lemont, Illinois, native has discovered a way to have his cake and eat it, too (all the while looking like he's never so much as tasted cake): Without a record deal or traditional music manager, he's created two-going-on-three viral music videos, landed on multiple mainstream TV shows, made personal appearances around the country and—oh, yeah—raised $130,000 on Kickstarter in a day and a half.
So forgive him if he's not worried to be going it alone when he releases his debut album, All-American Boy, in May.
But for a self-described loner, Steve was, as he has been every time we've connected, completely affable, open and in good humor during our late-night, birthday-eve phone pow-wow, during which we talked about his fans, his album, his single "Back to California" and how he's handling being an "It" guy for so many people who'd never heard his name eight months ago...
With thanks to John: Panti Bliss, whose inspirational speech about homophobia has the Internet working overtime, posted a status update mentioning that Madonna has messaged her after seeing the video of the speech. A trip to visit Ellen DeGeneres has to be next, no?
My last "Instagratification" post went semi-viral. No surprise, since being boy-crazy is more contagious than the mumps.
This post spotlights another nine beautiful dudes—gay, straight and anyone's guess—who enjoy availing themselves of the exposure and brand-building that social media offers. They gain attention and build fans, and we get eye candy—everyone wins.
Check them all out and feel free to make suggestions for guys I can include in my next round-up, and don't forget to follow my own sexy Instagram, follow me on Facebook, follow my blog on Facebook, follow me on Twitter, check out my YouTube videos and/or venture into my filthy-dirty Tumblr (Work Unfriendly)...
In honor of Facebook turning (OMG, ONLY) 10 years old, check out this list of things people hate about it.
Daddies, a new film about—guess what?—by Antonio da Silva.
SWV, '90s girl group, gets sassy backstage at "bethenny."
Is it time to boycott Coke again?
Laverne Cox's powerful speech at Creating Change.
American Apparel's 62-year-old underwear model.
George Michael's new tune "Let Her Down Easy."
Ryan Kwanten's phat butt.
A plea for sanity in the Woody Allen case.
53-year-old Kristin Scott Thomas is retiring from film work.
Jared Padalecki—an actor by trade—doesn't understand the definition of "tragedy."
Johnny Weir is the perfect coverboy for "Hate on Ice."