Monday, November 30, 2009
I meant to post this story weeks ago when i first watched it on Tyra, but now after all the backed up work I've caught up with, I can get into it. Miss J. Alexander was on Tyra a few weeks ago promoting his new memoir, Follow the Model, when he dropped a HUGE bomb on viewers. Miss J is the proud father of a young boy with his ex boyfriend.
Not to be confused with the Black Eyed Peas track (I believe My Pumps is what they really wanted to sing about), Miss Aviance turns it out for da keedz with this bitchtastic track. For those who aren't familiar with Erika, she's LEGENDARY in the NYC club scene, and she can be heard quite often on Johnny McGovern's radio podcast.
Back in August I reported a story about LOGO launching a reality show about gay "Househusbands" zoin it up in the NYC party scene called Kept.
Now there's word that the people behind "The Real Housewives of Atlanta" are currently casting a similar series tentatively titled "Boys Club: ATL" which will follow Atlanta's male socialites. So perhaps we'll get to see some of the city's "elite" Shereè always talks about. Then again, that's highly unlikely. As long as they don't all sashay in heels, and they can be as interesting as Dwight and Derek J, I'm soooo there! I can't wait!
What would you do if you saw a shiny, new iPhone laying on the street? Well most wouldn't be able to resist temptation and would rab it, of course! Some guys superglued a dummy iPhone on the the streets of Union Square in NYC to see how many people would try to, um, return it to it's rightful owner. Genius!
Heres a real treat for Mason fans- The illustrious Mr- Wyler starts out this time by test driving the brand new Shockspot fuck machine- See him take an artificial cock in the ass and hear his evaluation of this robot lover.
Mason gets Fucked Hardcore by Jeremy's Giant Dick
Mason gets Fucked Hardcore by Jeremy's Giant Dick
I know I posted this video before, but this edited version (the last one was seven minutes but the longer version didn't even make sense) actually has my girl Nelly Furtado in it. Even though they play this song endlessly during promos of Gossip Girl, I've always instantly liked this song. I forgive you Tim for putting on a terrible performance on the AMA's. Shock Value 2 will be released on December 8th, and collabos include Justin Timberlake, Katy Perry, Miley Cyrus, The Fray, Chris Daughtry, Nickelback's Chad Kroeger, Bran’Nu aka Brandy, Drake, and Keri Hilson. I posted some tracks that will have you snapping your necks 'til spring.
1. Intro (featuring DJ Felli Fel)
2. Carry Out (featuring Justin Timberlake)
3. Lose Control (featuring JoJo)
4. Meet In Tha Middle (featuring Bran’Nu aka Brandy)
5. Say Something (featuring Drake)
6. Tomorrow In The Bottle (featuring Chad Kroeger & Sebastian)
7. We Belong To The Music (featuring Miley Cyrus)
8. Morning After Dark (featuring Nelly Furtado & SoShy)
9. If We Ever Meet Again (featuring Katy Perry)
10. Can You Feel It (featuring Sebastian)
11. Ease Off The Liquor
12. Undertow (featuring The Fray)
13. Timothy (Where Have You Been) (featuring Jet)
14. Long Way Down (featuring Daughtry)
15. OneRepublic – Marchin On [Timbaland remix]
16. The One I Love (featuring Keri Hilson, Chris Brown & D.O.E)
17. Symphony (featuring Attitude, D.O.E. & Bran’Nu aka Brandy)
Sunday, November 29, 2009
Check out activist Pedro Julio Serrano's powerful reading to clubgoers at Krash in San Juan after hearing negative remarks against transgendered people. While many believe the illusion that all gays get along, this is definitely not the case. For some reason, gays don't even give the same respect to themselves, let alone transgendered people. it's about time all of us LGBTQRSTUVLMNOP come together and stop discriminating against each other.
This is too funny. Canadian comedienne and news personality Mary Walsh, in character as Marg Delahunty for her nightly news spoof This Hour Has 22 Minutes, did a swoop down on Sarah Palin at an Ohio book-signing, asking for encouragement for Canada's conservatives who want to rid the nation of "socialized medicine."
There's also been word that this heifer, who's been claiming she's just like the rest of us (you know, since we all go out, hunt moose and then eat it over a roasted fire). Accoding to DailyKos, Sarah Palin ha been flying around in a private plane owned by The Samaritan's Purse, an organization run by the son of Billy Graham. Mmmhmm. Should have known this religious cunt was up to no good. this basically means that these religious extremists are probably funding her entire book tour.
Was checking out Outhiphop.com when I caught this tidbit on a rapper by the name of Verbal Science allegedly coming out of the closet. So you know when something like this comes out, I have to check it out. So I headed over to his page and had a listen to his music. If the track "I Don't Give a Fuck" doesn't seal the deal in his coming out party, I don't know what will. Would definitely love to interview this guy. Couldn't find the song on YouTube or any other site to embed on here, so you have to head to his myspace page to listen to the track. Check him out at Myspace.com/verbalscience and add him.
This interview was done over a year ago, but if you are an Ari Gold fan or have never heard of him and his music, now would ba a good time to get on the AG bandwagon. He's awesome, cute, talented, one of the sweetest guys you'll ever meet (yes I met him) and he makes awesome music on a high quality level such as a Lady Gaga or Madonna record would have. Sometimes, you hear LGBT artists whose music isn't up to par, but Ari is definitely the real deal. Check out his interview with Butch of bedproduction...
I love when my gays parody their idols. Fortunately for us, this video is a bit raunchier (and funnier) than the very flaccid original. And admit it, Britney's latest couldn't arouse the deadest dick on 180 miligrams of Viagra.
Saturday, November 28, 2009
This was an awesome routine of the top 12 performing to this awesome Basement Jaxx track and was choreographed by Napoleon and Tabitha D'umo aka Nappy-Tabs. Listen to the original track below...
As we all are aware, Lady Gaga has always had a deep love-affair for her gays, and vice versa. So it should be no surprise that after all the recent remixes dropping of this track, that someone would have created their own version and film a video for it. Check out this hilarious spoof some guy who goes by the name “Hiimrawn” uploaded to YouTube.
Chola girl, the YouTube sensation who's claim to fame is drawing on eyebrows with a magic marker that screams "bitch," returned to Lopez Live as a special guest to give the always glamorous Sandra Bullock a Tyra makeover. This is one of the most hilarious bits I've seen on TV in a long time, and the end result will have you rolling on the floor. Glad Sandy could be a good sport throughout this trecherous ordeal and even get into character. Jennifer Lopez would never go for someone fucking up her sweet face with a magic marker and a lipstick pencil. Her first appearance is the first video and the Sandra Bullock makeover is below...
Check out this awesome new video for Simian Mobile Disco's genius "Cruel Intentions" that features Beth Ditto on vocals. The track is scheduled for single release in Europe in January, but no word on when the single will be dropped in the States. Also have a listen to the Joker remix below...
Example's new single "Won't Go Quietly" is another fresh new hybrid of pop, dance and rap, which will be released through Data Records in the U.K. on January 11, 2010. The song is taken from Example's sophomore album that drops in April. Example's had help developing his catchy hooks from Brian Rawlings, who has worked with pop superstars such as Britney Spears and Kylie Minogue. Check out the Juan MacClean Remix below...
Performs Bad Romance, Speechless, and sits down for an interview. How many times has Ellen had Gaga on her show? She's been on her show more times than George Clooney has made the sexiest man alive list. Not that I'm complaining. I live for Gaga...and George Clooney!
Also have a listen to the "Bad Romance" (Aaron Paetsch Remix) below...
How disgustingly backwards is ABC? They immediately cancel Adam Lambert's performance on GMA because he kissed another man and simulated oral sex onstage (you can't tell me Dick Clark's company, which produces the AMA's had no idea what Adam was going to do)and under the same breath have the NERVE to book Chris Brown for an interview and performance in order for him to promote his album Grafitti scheduled for release next month. Check out the full report via NY Post below:
ABC has booked Rihanna-beater Chris Brown for an interview and a performance on "Good Morning America" -- right after the network canceled guy-kisser Adam Lambert.
Brown will do a taped tell-all with Robin Roberts, followed by a performance of songs from his new album. But TV insiders say the appearance, slated to air the week after next, has outraged feminists and gay activists who wonder why a convicted girlfriend abuser is more palatable to the network than an openly gay man who broke no laws with his raunchy performance on the "American Music Awards."
Dr. Billy Ingram/WireImage.comAn ABC source said, "The network is giving a mixed message -- that it doesn't trust someone who shocked with an unpredictable show and a gay kiss, but then it is happy to go ahead with Chris Brown, who was convicted of felony assault."
ABC News has insisted that Lambert's sexual orientation did not play a role in its decision to pull the plug on his "GMA" appearance this week.
ABC insiders said they ruled the "American Idol" star's sexed-up shenanigans on Sunday's awards show -- which included him groping a female dancer, kissing a male musician and shoving a male dancer's face into his crotch -- were inappropriate for morning TV. One said, "He was not canceled over a gay kiss. He showed himself to be unpredictable on live TV."
Brown, who taped his interview with Roberts last weekend, was sentenced in August to six months' labor and five years' probation after he pleaded guilty to assaulting Rihanna in February. "GMA" hopes his appearance could provide a ratings boost, just like Rihanna's "GMA" interview earlier this month where she told Diane Sawyer she saw "no soul in his eyes" as he beat her.
The top ABC insider added: "Chris Brown's interview was booked way before Adam Lambert took to the stage. It is to give him a chance to respond to Rihanna's interview. The possibility of him performing a song will be worked out next week."
That may be so as far as the booking goes, but it looks pretty bad in the eyes of fans and tv watchers based on the timing. The ball is in your court ABC (I have a feeling they will continue to allow Chris to perform and interview, because it's more acceptable to be misogynistic and homophobic than tolove, be gay and live your truth). You think them 1500 people calling in for Glambert's performance were pissed, don't have gays get to protesting ABC.
This interview was before the infamous ass-busting fiasco at the AMA's, which she is still saying was part of the performance. JLo also discusses her buzz single "Fresh Out The Oven" (featuring Pitbull), talks about her next single "Louboutins", performing at the upcoming AMA's, her upcoming guest-hosting stint on SNL, her new album "Love?", and more.
Loubuitins was produced by The Dream & Tricky Stewart.
I'm actually glad The Bravery have decided to go a bit darker with their third album, but the reason behind it is a bit sad. The inspiration behind their new cd, Stir the Blood came after Sam Endicott's girlfriend attempted suicide. You can hear the vulnerability in his voice as well as in the lyrics. With recent cd's by other artists uch as Rihanna and Lady Gaga, I love the fact that musicians are willing to wear their hearts on their sleeve and bleed for their art. So it is true that tragedy does bring inspiration. Hopefully, this band can finally achieve the success in America they deserve.
Thursday, November 26, 2009
According to Page Six, lead doll Nicole is done with the group and wants to concentrate on being a solo artist, because you know, it worked out for her the first time with her first record "Her Name is Nicole."
A source said, "It is war. They have broken up for good. None of the other girls are speaking to Nicole, who they believe took the limelight, then went off to do her own thing."
Basically, she wants to be the Beyonce of the group and wants all them other bitches to fall back!
Well at least we have Miley Cyrus, britney Spears, and them Patron/Tequila girls to give us the stripper music we've all become accustomed to.
Out actor Scott Evans, who is breaking down barriers as hunky gay cop Oliver Fish on One Life to Live, graces the the cover of the Dec/Jan issue of Instinct magazine.
In the article he talks about his brother actor Chris Evans, coming out, and his real-life mother playing his mom on the popular soap.
"Brother of movie star Chris Evans (Fantastic Four’s flaming hetero), the 26-year-old Scott experienced what can sadly be considered a rarity: coming out to an instantly supportive family. The actor describes his real-life mother—who also portrays Fish’s mother on the show—as a 'liberal, awesome, crazy' woman, a woman who responded to her son’s coming out with, '‘Oh, yeah. I knew when I gave birth to you.’' Unfortunately, the Fish family was poised to react in a starkly different way to the experience, as thoughtfully penned by OLTL head writer Ron Carlivati and team. The Evanses, mother and son, would themselves depict the all-too-common story of intolerance and disapproval unleashed in the aftermath of a son’s coming-out moment. Filmed on set this past summer, Officer Fish’s mom immediately cut ties with him after learning of his sexuality—a stretch even for the talent of Lisa Evans. 'It was heartbreaking for her. Once the scene ended, she came to me crying and would hug me, saying, ‘I love you,’' remembers Scott."
The first time I heard of Detroit's rising hip hop star Black Milk was when i was watching So You Think You Can Dance and one of the boys up for elimination danced for his life to this track. Of course, i had to do a bit of research. Black Milk dropped his album TRONIC on Fat Beats Records on October 28 of last year which features underground guests Pharoahe Monch, Dwele, and DJ Premier. If you like you hip hop hard, thoughtful, and unslick, definitely go out and get the new cd from Black Milk. Check out more tracks below...
I haven't really seen this season's SYTYCD because there's too much on TV, but luckily because it's the thanksgiving holiday, I was able to catch her performance of "Give it Up To Me" last night. By the way, the cd She Wolf is awesome as far as Shaki incoroprating world beats into electro, but I just wish she would have incorporated more songs instead of just giving us 16 tracks. Ten of them original songs and the rest live and spanish versions of the songs the corporates consider hits.
Adam Lambert was supposed to perform on yesterday's Good Morning America, instead they told him to hit the freeway due to his over-the-top performance on the American Music Awards. Luckily, the CBS Early Show welcomed him with opened glittered arms. Not only did he sit down for an interview, but he also gave an amazing performance. I just love this kid more and more because he reminds me so much of myself. We regret nothing we do, and refuse to take shit from anyone. What pisses me off is when idiots like The View's Sherris Shepherd making comments during Hot Topics that Adam hasn't established himself as an artist yet so he shouldn't be out there being provocative. And then had the NERVE to say that she was used to Madonna before M was provocative. I don't know what rock this donkey was sleeping nder, but Madonna was provocative throughout her career. Everyone only remembers the Sex book and the Erotica album. Also there is no law stating you have to put out a certain amount of records before you can be sexual. I'm so sick and tired of these assholes who say we can make you look good and decorate your house, but if we say we want to get married or show any kind of affection in front of you, we're rubbing our sexuality in your face. You ignorant breeders seriously need to get over yourselves. We love you for what you do and keep doing you Adam! Below are his performances of "Whataya Want from Me" and "Music Again."
Sidebar: Did anyone notice CBS blurred out the Glambert same-sex kiss, but then a few minutes later showed Madonna making out with Britney? This is that double standard of heterosexual men wanting to see two hot chicks make out, but two guys is just blasphemy in their eyes. You almost had me CBS, but you guys are no different than ABC at this point. I'm just glad with so many celebrities such as Neil Patriclk Harris, Cheyenne Jackson, Scott Evans, Glambert and even Wanda Sykes refusing to apologize for who they are and their sexuality.
I'm not one for condoning stealing, but when it comes to established artists such as Britney Spears and Madonna, a few thousand copies on bootleg won't hurt them since they make loads of cash on the road and through label promotion. When you have underground independent openly gay artists such as Ari Gold or even Cazwell, every dollar spent counts. It's the only way they have the freedom to do the music they want without corporations stepping in and telling them how to do their music. So the next time you're out and you hear a Cazwelll song at the club, how about instead of downloading it off the internet for free, you actually get the song on ITunes or just go out and buy the whole record. He will definitely appreciate it if you did.
Wednesday, November 25, 2009
Performs Wait Your Turn, Russian Roulette and gives an interview. RiRi's not doing well chart-wise, so I hope Def Jam is not going to pull a Mariah and have her go back into the lab to record some hits so that the CD could sell to their standards.
If you're not officially on the Glambert tamale train, now would be the perfect time to jump on board. otherwise, continue to get left at the station. Love this video. I also heard something about Glambert allegedly performing on Good Morning America, but they pussed out because of the fiasco on Sunday's AMA's. Didn't Janet grab one of her male dancer's crotches during "If" and that tidbit aired at 8:00. The desexualizing of men and obvious homophobia in the music industry needs to stop. These behind-the-scenes idiots are proving Lady Gaga's point when she discussed this very topic on the Fuse special she did Monday night. I guess this may be the thing that Glambert has to face in order to kick open doors for future openly gay singers who come out in the beginning of their careers. Someone has to be the first, right?
Lady Gaga hosted NewNowNext Poplab on Monday night, and while there were many awesome videos shown during the hour, nothing seemed to snag my attention more then when LOGO premiered the new video for Bebe Zahara Benet's "I'm the Shit." Love the song, the choreography and especially Bebe's wardrobe. CAMEROOOOOOOOOOON!
Ralphi Rosario dub below...
George is definitely having a great week with celebrity musical guests. First Mary J. on Monday, and Shakira on last night's episode. In the following videos, she talks the now infamous VMA Kanye/Taylor incident and performs "Give It Up to Me."
On Monday night's episode of Lopez live, the Queen of Hip Hop/Soul stops by "Lopez Tonight" and makes her 2009 talk show debut with her brand new single "I Am" (which she also premiered the night before at the AMA's). She also talks Chaka Khan, going to a baseball game for the first time, and of course the music.
Check out Har Mar Superstar, Eva Mendes, Alia Shawkat, Eric Wareheim, and a bevy of intergalactic beauties as they get wet and sparkly in this awesome new video. Produced and directed by Tomorrow's Brightest Minds. This is the original director's cut of the video and to get the crazy mouth effect, they used a leaf blower. So it is possible to make a cool video without having to spend milions of dollars.
Tuesday, November 24, 2009
It's great to hear from Kelis again. It's been too long since we've had new music from this awesome singer. I know she just had a baby and she's going through it with her soon-to-be ex-husband Nas, but that doesn't mean she doesn't have time to get her party on. So glad she's decided to go into a dance direction with her new music. Acapella was produced by none other than David Guetta, and she's definitely working it out on this track. Now if she also collaborates with the producers who put her on the map with her awesome Kaleidoscope cd the Neptunes (who are definitely back on their grind with Shakira's awesome cd) along with Guetta, she could have the hottest dance album of 2010.
Monday, November 23, 2009
It seems Glambert did not disappoint as far as his highly anticipated performance of "For Your Entertainment" was concerned, where he led a male dancer on a leash, shoved another male dancer's face into his crotch and even made out with his cute emo keyboardist.
Here is what he told CNN about the spontaneous man-on-man kiss.
Said Lambert: "Part of what I love about being a live performer is that sometimes you just are in the moment and sometimes things just happen...Adrenaline is a crazy, crazy, crazy feeling. Some of the things I love most about performing is when you're up there and all of the sudden you just have these feelings, this rush that comes over you...I do feel like there's a bit of a double standard in the entertainment community, on television, on radio. I feel like women performers have been pushing the envelope, especially, for the past 20 years. And all of the sudden a male does it and everybody goes 'Oh, we can't show that on TV.' For me, that's a form of discrimination and a double standard. And that's too bad."
Hopefully the world won't end so that it can see the light of day in 2013, but word on the street is that her show is doing so well it has been extended long after Oprah's fat ass is long gone from the airwaves.
Says Fox's VP of programming:
'There was no question that we wanted to renew The Wendy Williams Show given what we've seen thus far in both content and ratings. We anticipate even further growth as the show continues to emerge as a key building block, and Wendy as a key personality, of our daytime landscape,' Frank Cicha, Fox's senior VP of programming, said in a statement.
I know there were rumors that her sho wasn't doing well (which had me worried for a moment), ratings are up 23%, according to producers.
Fox has only renewed the show on stations in New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Philadelphia and Dallas. Producers say other markets are to follow."
Adam Lambert recently spoke to Entertainment Weekly (a magazine I happen to read religiously) about the controversy surrounding the OUT magazine debacle with editor Michael Hicklin. Glambert, who says he manages his own image had this to say:
"I’m not being puppeted around. I didn’t want to jump onto a gay magazine as my first thing, because I feel like that’s putting myself in a box and limiting myself. It was my desire to stay away from talking about certain political and civil rights issues because I’m not a politician. I’m an entertainer. That is not my area of expertise. I can talk about relationships and personal experiences because as an artist those things involve writing lyrics and that part of my process. But I didn’t feel comfortable talking about the March on Washington. I didn’t feel comfortable, so I asked my publicist to ask the interviewer to stay away from the political questions. I take full responsibility for that. I think that the editor has his agenda and has his opinions, which I respect, but they’re not necessarily my opinions. And I wish there was a little respect for that. Not every gay man is the same gay man....in order for us to progress, we need to stop segregating ourselves. And a letter like that, that viewpoint — the letter that Aaron wrote is holding us back. Because it’s recognizing the big difference as opposed to letting us all ignore preference and just be people."
I actually thought the announcement was she was leaving ABC to go to her OWN network. But alas, Lady O dropped a hUGE bomb that she was hanging up the mic after 25 years of working the talk show circuit. Oprah, no one does it like you and you will definitely be missed. now what the hell will fill the famous 4 pm slot?
While I did notice the minute Adam Glambert's name was announced as he was about to perform, the crowd of celebs and fans jumped to their feet, waiting with baited breath as to what he would bring to the stage. While all those in the auditorium were feeling open-minded, there still is this cloud of homophobia that not only exists in our daily lives, but even in the music industry as well. You would think with all the faggots working behind-the-scenes and even those closeted rappers and singers, there wouldn't be this stigma, but unfortunately it still exists, especially in Hip Hop, the genre of music that about 85% percent of their artists and the people who work for them defintely get down at regular peen parties. While on a special airing on FUSE tomorrow, Lady Gaga wanted to bring this to the attention to her fans (and viewers) about misogyny and homophobia in music. Gaga has truly become an advocate for gay rights, and I applaud her for it. I just wish there were some OUT musicians who had the cojones to do the same.
For once I can't really say anything bad about this year's AMA's, except that there was barely a bad performance and I couldn't tell you who won if you asked me, but I will definitely be posting my favorite performances of the night as well as leaving my critiques along with said performances.
It was seven minutes in heaven with Janet as she performed a medley of her past hits along with her latest single "Make Me."
The streets of New York will definitely inspire you or anyone who has ever had dreams and aspirations. Jay and Alicia definitely brought the heat (and Mary J. Blige out of her bored stupor when they performed this track).
I am living for Shakira and having all those sexy chicks performing all over the stadium was awesome!
Was about to get bored with the Black Eyed Peas performance until the DJ got smart and went into the remix of Meet Me Halfway. That is when in my opinion BEP got into the groove.
Rihanna gives you Leeloo realness as she performs two new songs. In other RiRi news, I'm a bit torn because on Tuesday she will be performing on Good Morning America while Alicia Keys will be performing on the Today Show. What's a music fan to do?
Lady Gaga doesn't disappoint as she performs "Bad ROmance," breaks some glass, performs "Speechless," breaks some more glass and then the camera man decides to give us a really bad close-up on her ginormous nose.
I will admit, I'm not a big Carrie Underwood fan (nor am I a really big fan of country. My taste in country goes as far as a little bit Dolly, a little bit Shania). So I decided to stick around for a bit and have a listen to the new Carrie Underwood ftrack, "Cowboy Casanova." It's a pretty good song, and it didn't hurt that she decided to throw a bit of Pussycat Doll-esque dancing in her performance, since choreography basically dominated most of the telecast anyway. I think I'm being converted into a Carrie Underoos fan.
I got so caught up in everyone's performances, I actually had no idea Mary was even performing. I also almost forgot she had a new cd out next month. Great way to remind us, girl!
Whitney Houston (who looked pregnant in that white dress...or was that crack belly?) performing "I Didn't Know My Own Strength" and receiving an award from another former crackhead, Samuel L. Jackson.
Okay Lola we all love the new single, but I have a bit of an issue. First of all, I felt you gave a half-assed performance. I don't feel you fully owned the choreography, even though you were dancing in sneakers. Second, if you're singing about Loubutins, shouldn't you have been strutting around in them through the entire performance? If Madonna can dance in heels and use the boxing theme at 51, you can do it at 40. Now without further adieu, check out the world live premiere of Louboutins, where J Lo also happens to bust her ass on stage. That happens at the 2:40 mark.
...and now for the worst performance opf the night goes to Timbaland, Soshy and Nelly Furtado. Nelly tried, but she could not save that horrid performance. First, Timbaland came out in a leather jacket ten sizes too small for his what it looked like 300 pound frame. Wasn't he a bodybuilder at one point? It also didn't help that the camera guy kept focusing a bit too long on the hot dogs on the back of his neck. Maybe all them late nights in the studio finally caught up with his ass. Soshy was stiff. Miss Thang definitely lived up to her name with her lackluster debut performance. Nelly tried to save the day, but by then it was tool late. The damage had already been done, and the bad Thriller interpretation with the nackup dancers didn't help either. So I will not torture you guys by posting it here. Instead I'll give you a look at the video, which is over seven minutes long. Be warned: Like G.I. Joe, Twilight and Transformers, this video makes no sense. It's just a bunch of people looking pretty, protruding vampire fangs, and spewing bad dialogue.
I was really glad when Alicia came back out to perform her second single from December's Elements of Freedom, "Try Sleeping With a Broken Heart." I really love this song.
And now for the final performance. J.Lo almost won the award for the gayest performance of the night...that was until Glambert took to the stage to perform "For Your Entertainment." He girated with his female dancers, pulled a male dancer on a leash, gave us glittered fever and even made out with his male keyboardist (which I noticed immediately made the folks in the AMA control room very nervous, based on their quick cut reaction). Now my question is was that performance gay enough for you OUT?
- 5 Deadly Venoms
- Another Gay Movie
- Blade Runner
- Boy Culture
- Brokeback Mountain
- Die Hard
- Eating Out
- Enter the Dragon
- First Blood
- Friday the 13th (1980)
- Kill Bill
- Mysterious Skin
- Night of the Living Dead
- Raiders of the Lost Ark
- Spider Man 2
- The Bourne Trilogy
- The Circuit
- The Crazies (2009)
- The Dark Knight
- The Empire Strikes Back
- The Fluffer
- The Goonies
- The Lost Boys
- The Matrix
- The Monster Squad
- The Road
- The Road Warrior
- The Terminator
- True Lies