281 posts categorized "TOTALLY AWESOME '80S"
This is Work Unfriendly, but how can you not watch a rare clip from 1985 of Willem Dafoe dancing completely naked in The Dance of the Sphinx & the Chimera?
Model Nick Bateman, of course, of course.
Madonna's homeless brother sings one of her hits.
To get Rolling Stone's cover, women must flash. Even Julia Louis-Dreyfus.
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Johnny's Drag Race recaps are a Ru-velation!
I'll (very dirty) Tumblr for ya!
Proposed cover for Kenneth's book was HOTT.
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Right-wingers scoff at equal pay for equal work.
Because homos are racist.
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Male strippers for octogenarians...so what?
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Hank Aaron hits it out of the park with this observation.
Alejandro Mogollo's contribution to this month's Like a Prayer 25th anniversary (the album was released on March 21, 1989) is this stunning illustration of Madonna, presumably backlit by burning crosses. Perfection!
Keith Haring was here, circa 1982.
Novak Djokovic peen-pic scandal???
Christina Aguilera knocked up.
Swedish wide receiver comes out.
HOLEY MACKEREL: Ed Fury's fishnet "swimsuit."
Another reason Trump is dumb: He thinks shots cause autism.
First gay wedding in London is a May-December romance.
Jeff Timmons of 98 Degrees is still hot, still horny.
Charles Leslie has more gay-erotic art than you. By a lot.
Several handwritten notes from Madonna are up for grabs at Gotta Have It. Among them is the to-do list above that seems to detail an ectopic pregnancy, and the quit notice below in which she politely informs her old legal reps that their services are no longer required, before ending with a scratched out "you crooks"...
You be the judge whether "Rules and Regulations," a She's So Unusual outtake just now surfacing, should have made Cyndi Lauper's iconic debut album. To me, it sounds good but sounds too Blue Angel to have fit. But there's no knowing what a final mix would've sounded like, either.
Twenty-five years ago today—March 2, 1989—Madonna introduced the world to one of her signature hits, the career-transformative "Like a Prayer."
It ushered in a new phase of grudging critical respect for Madonna, and was an adorable commercial to boot. She looked amazing, and her physical prowess in the limited dance scenes was formidable.
So worth your time is Portfolio (1983), a terrifyingly bad...I'm gonna go with "movie"...about modeling starring the top models of the day, a whole lot of human set décor and featuring cameos by Andy Warhol and a coked-out-seeming Steven Meisel. Choice quote:
"Steven Meisel is totally divinely twisted!"
As said just before we see him queenily demanding that the models "wake up" and "remember the face" and "the crotch! the crotch!"
Watch after the jump...
ABOVE GALLERY: Bob was one of the HOTTEST men of the '80s...biceps down!
Just thought about this guy the other day, and lo and behold, Oprah Winfrey is here with an update.
Oprah's Where Are They Now? series catches up with pro bodybuilder Bob Paris, who came out as gay in the late '80s, a time when coming out as gay was unheard of in any sporting field—and was rare in any facet of public life.