ABOVE: The hourglass figure represents how time is running out for the clown POTUS.
BELOW: Keep reading for a hot Grey's Anatomy newcomer, a new A Star Is Born clip, Shawn Mendes on dating fans, a reality star offering up her hubby's buns, and more ...
This definitely makes the cut. (Image via Instagram)
COSMO: Grey's Anatomy has already featured a number of LGBTQ characters (and actors). Now, the show has hired Alex Landi to play Dr. Nico Kim, the show's first gay male surgeon. You know your show is inclusive when the firsts become that specific!
Raise your hand if you'd like this surgeon to split you open. 🙋♂️ https://t.co/DVmGV7WvV9— Q. Allan Brocka (@allanbrocka) September 7, 2018
NEWNOWNEXT: Lady Gaga sings a song called “Shallow” a cappella in a new A Star Is Born clip.
THE GUARDIAN: When he persistently accused the Thai cave guy of being a pedophile with a child bride, Elon Musk had me wondering what he was smoking. Now, we know! Tesla shares plunged after the uberA-hole smoked a joint on uberA-hole Joe Rogan's show.
He must not have met pizza. (Image via GetOutMag.com)
KENNETH IN THE (212): Get Out and all the rest of the latest gay-mag covers.
YOUTUBE: Shawn Mendes is totally open to dating a fan. Listen to his careful avoidance of pronouns:
HUFF POST: Trump's Montana rally was a shit show, not least of which because a visibly dismissive young guy and a rather ordinary-looking male/female couple DIRECTLY BEHIND him were blatantly removed and replaced by blonde babes. Seriously, this tomfoolery could fit an entire book.
#PlaidShirtGuy for the win! Buy that guy a beer! pic.twitter.com/O9g0tPkute— Justice Seeker #Persists (@tizzywoman) September 7, 2018
TWITTER: Our most recent POTUS is receiving an ethics award, while their most recent POTUS is being investigated on too many fronts to effectively summarize in a blurb and has moles in his own Administration who know he is amoral:
STARTING NOW: Former Pres. Barack Obama receives ethics award from University of Illinois as he's set to hit the campaign trail for Democrats ahead of the midterm elections. https://t.co/tW9muXC9Lf https://t.co/3dv4u9cDNF— ABC News (@ABC) September 7, 2018
USA TODAY: I didn't even remember that Burt Reynolds had been accused of physical abuse by his ex, Loni Anderson, but I did notice a lot of virtue-signalling in comments sections regarding tributes to the late star. If he was physically violent with Anderson, that's of course inexcusable, but does it mean people are not allowed to mourn his loss? Is it at the point where if a man (it's usually a man) does bad things, the rest is out the window? Reynolds was not my all-time fave, but I do have affection for and interest in him as an actor and as a star during the era in which I grew up, and I wouldn't say his being physically abusive while on drugs means we should be rejoicing in his death and shaming people for not joining in. And if you disagree, I guess you've got a problem with Sally Field, Dolly Parton, Whoopi Goldberg, Loni herself and the many other public figures who mourned the complicated guy's passing. (And yes, I know he voted for Trump. I will undoubtedly feel bad when Clint Eastwood dies, too.)
September 6, 2018
TWITTER: Brett Kavanaugh wound up in a war of words with Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-South Carolina), who obviously loves him anyway, because Kavanaugh would not go along with Graham saying that abortion is not specifically mentioned in the Constitution. Slavery is, so how originalist does this pinhead want to be? Political differences aside, there are some shockingly idiotic people in the U.S. Senate, and the slavishly sniveling Graham is right near the top. And he's supposed to be one of the “adults in the room”!
Senator Lindsey Graham thinks America should ban abortion because it isn’t mentioned in the Constitution.— Mrs. Betty Bowers (@BettyBowers) September 7, 2018
You know what else isn’t mentioned in the Constitution? Jesus! pic.twitter.com/015ffyL3vy
INSTINCT: Tamra Judge of RHOC is proud of her man's ass:
OMG BLOG: Rob McElhenney got seriously cut for It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia's 13th (WTH?) season, and his explanation is funnier than the show:
Look, it’s not that hard. All you need to do is lift weights six days a week, stop drinking alcohol, don’t eat anything after 7 p.m., don’t eat any carbs or sugar at all, in fact just don’t eat anything you like, get the personal trainer from Magic Mike, sleep nine hours a night, run three miles a day, and have a studio pay for the whole thing over a six to seven month span. I don’t know why everyone’s not doing this. It’s a super realistic lifestyle and an appropriate body image to compare oneself to.
Pretty brilliant, because he gets to look amazing, be sarcastic and perform a public service at the same time.