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.)
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What would you pay to meet Ryan Seacrest?
Madonna Megamix 2013 on Vimeo.
Purple Crush is oh-so-"Thirsty."
Beyoncé's fake nips cause a sensation.
New Hampshire Republican calls women "vagina's." (sic)
Wallflowers: The third episode.
Romance cover model drops the towel. (Work Unfriendly)
Rosie O'Donnell and Sharon Gless in one post!
Legendary producer/remixer/DJ Peter Rauhofer has a brain tumor.
People love the '80s and have forgotten who Reagan was.
Advocate's 40 Under 40.
Check out the new Web series Finding Me.
Matthew Camp presents 8.5 fragrance. I'd like to take a whiff of that.
Globe (February 11, 2013) has a list of stars it thinks are most likely to be next to say, "I'm gay." This list includes: Charlize Theron, Joe Simpson, Jessica Lange, Bradley Cooper, Queen Latifah, Michelle Rodriguez and Ryan Seacrest. I think a couple of those people aren't gay, a couple wouldn't say they're gay under penalty of death and the others probably will do so eventually.
Five reasons for people to come out of the closet.
And after the jump, five people it would be cool to see coming out—not saying they are gay, but...
National Examiner (December 24, 2012) takes its crack at the shopworn "Who's Gay Who's Not!" cover story, muddying the waters by placing Keanu Reeves (not out), Lily Tomlin (out) and David Hyde Pierce (out) under "New Stars Come Out!" (Lily's been out for many years, David's been out for several.)
The most interesting write-up involves Rush Limbaugh:
"The 61-year-old conservative radio host has been married four times—his latest wife, Kathryn, is only 35.
"But he's never had any children, and he's long been the subject of homosexual rumors.
"In 2006, he was snared in a bizarre sex scandal when customs officers at Palm Beach International Airport found a bottle of 29 sex-boosting Viagra pills in his luggage—with the prescription written out in another man's name! At that time, he was flying home from a visit to the Dominican Republic, dubbd the 'sex capital of the Caribbean,' famous for its many red-light districts where young boys and girls sell their bodies for sex...
"The whispers in chi-chi Palm Beach, Fla., where Limbaugh has a $40 million compound, are that currently, Kathryn spends a lot of 'quality time' in her own nearby condo, which was a wedding present from her groom."
Here are the rag's conclusions...
National Examiner (August 6, 2012...A.D.?) is on the case of Anderson Cooper's semi-recent coming out and asks: "Who's next?" Of course they just mean who will come out as gay next, but I like to read it as if it's a virus that's catching. If it were, I think a couple of the people on that cover have yet to be exposed to it. And then there's Matt Bomer, who's already out. Though he's identified as gay inside. Actually, it's said as such:
"White Collar star Matt Bomer also runs with the boys."
This is an event held near Pamplona and the rivalry is bitter.
The story says "New Stars Come Out!" and claims Jake Gyllenhaal, Ryan Seacrest, Mariska Hargitay ("the gay grapevine in New York City hangs heavy with rumors about the star"), Zac Efron and Alex Trebek might be gay.
Here are all my Oscars red carpet and telecast thoughts, compiled into one handy volume from Facebook. Horrible show. Obvious highlights would be Cirque du Soleil, Jim Rash soft-mocking Angelina Jolie and—can't believe this part was a highlight this year!—the lovely "in memoriam" section, even if Esperanza Spalding 100% lip-synched due to the complicated nature of the audio and the producers' decision to cut out any disparity in the amount of applause for some corpses over others.
Billy Crystal was totally off and should not host again, even though he did improve later on and his naughty political jabs were funniest. Neil Patrick Harris should expect a phone call soon if he hasn't already received it.
Here ya go. Thoughts?
The Golden Globes were, as usual, far more entertaining than the Oscars. I also had no idea they are a humanitarian org. I thought they were just starfuckers (with accents) like me!
It's hard to take the likes of Kelly Osbourne seriously in the realm of fashion of beauty, but Madonna looked amazing—loved the dress and the looser hair. Her shots with Ryan Seacrest were a bit puffier than lately but nonetheless, she remains relaxed and seems genuinely thrilled to be promoting her movie.
Why did fucking Nicole Richie name-check her hairstylist? Can't we leave anything to the imagination?
When the show began, I had to gasp at seeing Madonna and Meryl Streep at the same table. It makes perfect (Weinstein) sense, yet seeing the two living legends (and former feuders) seated together was a big thrill.
Ricky Gervais—who I love—was very funny in his intro. Even funnier was watching the petrified audience cautiously waiting for the blade to drop. The joke about Jodie Foster's Beaver, which he'd never seen and which "a lot of others had never seen," was daring; they cut away rather than linger on Jodie's reaction. She was a great sport.
Poor Gerald Butler...shaking with nerves and as off with his timing as he was on with his beauty. Kudos for rewarding Christopher Plummer for supporting actor! Beginners is a terrific movie and he deserves it for his performance as well as for his career.
Laura Dern is not funnier or better than Amy Poehler, let alone the others in the category of actress in a comedy. They, like the Emmys, always go with people known for their movies in TV categories. Cool seeing Laura brought her mommy Dianne Ladd, who looks the same after all these years.
Rob Lowe's hair is like Priscilla Presley's face: It was perfect for an unnaturally long time, then it just WENT. He and the always gorgeous Julianne Moore handed the trophy to Downton Abbey, which I promise to watch. Poor Elizabeth McGovern taking a spill.
Kate Winslet certainly deserved to win for Mildred Pierce, which I feel was not appreciated as much as it should have been. It's hard remaking perfection, but I think they succeeded by rethinking it from the ground up. She looked spectacular.
Thirty-four-year-old gay-acting straight man Steve Jones, who will be the Ryan Seacrest for Simon Cowell's U.S. version of X Factor, once made a black dildo from a mold taken of his own dick, wishes he could be as promiscuous as we all apparetnly are and plays a mean naked guitar.