Wednesday, November 30, 2011


CAUTION!! THIS CLIP HAS BAD WORDS, Y'ALL!!! Don't listen to this without headphones at work. Here is the Red Band (aka, dirty) trailer for the new Diablo Cody film starring Charlize Theron, Young Adult. I can't wait to see this film. It's going to be amazy!!


One of my boyhood crushes, Billy Idol, is turning 56 today!! Billy was a punk-pop rocker with a sneer and a bad attitude that had a butt-load of hits, including one #1 song with Mony Mony, in the 80s and early 90s. Sexy and brash, Billy was one of the first stars of MTV thanks to his stylish videos, like Dancing with Myself, Flesh for Fantasy and Rebel Yell, and good looks. Along with Rick Springfield, Simon LeBon and George Michael, Idol was one of the few male singers to grace the walls of my room as a kid. Rock on, Billy, you sexy bitch!!!! Here's Cradle of Love (sexy) and Eyes Without a Face (pretty).
Billy Idol - Cradle Of Love by EMI_Music
Billy Idol - Eyes Without A Face by EMI_Music

Monday, November 28, 2011


This video shows perfectly why EVERYONE should be able to marry. Here is an ad supporters have made and are trying to get on tv in Australia to help the movement for marriage equality in their country. It's absolutely beautiful. Try to not cry. I dare you. Get Up! Do donate, sign their petition or just to get more info on Get Up go to their website.


THEY'RE BACK!!! Here is a too short clip of what's to come and where we're at in the life of Edina Monsoon, played by the hilarious Jennifer Saunders. Looks like she's entered the twitter-verse and Bubble is in charge of it. Uh oh. I can't wait for the debauchery to be in full swing again. Can you believe this all started 20 years ago? Wow. Anyway, enjoy this little tidbit.

Monday, November 21, 2011


LOGO is a gay network, so naturally the melding of two Broadway legends into one fabulous night of theatre made them squeal like a little piggie. Here is LOGO's own Ben Rimalower sitting with the two icons and discussing their show, An Evening with Patti Lupone & Mandy Patinkin. How did they ever come up with that name. They discuss the concept behind the show and even when they first started working together in the orginal, legendary Broadway production of Evita, which they both snagged a Tony for. Oh, and Patti seems crazy.


Icelandic singing, swan-wearing, insane Bjork is 46 today. The little pixie has been making music since the 80s and shows no signs of stopping thus far. Known for her out-there outfits, outlandish behavior and eccentric music, Bjork has cut her own little niche in pop music that no one else can touch. She's truly one of a kind. Here is one of my fave Bjork songs and videos, the sensational and beautiful All Is Full of Love, AND the infamous video of her going apeshiz crazy on a reporter at an airport. It's a little frightening, but if you haven't seen it, you should take a look. OH, and Kristen Wiig as Bjork on SNL in one of the funniest Weekend Update bits ever. Keep being weird and wonderful, Bjork, and happy, happy birthday.

Friday, November 18, 2011


Madonna is a tough chick. What It Feels Like for a Girl is a sweet song. The video for the song is anything but sweet. The third single from Madonna's #1 album, Music, is one of the highlights of the disc. It reached #23 on the Hot 100 in the Spring of 2001. The song itself finds Madonna talking to her fella about how the world is different and if he wondered what it feels like for a girl...... in this world. Starting off with a sample from the movie The Cement Garden, the song rolls along at a lilting pace, drawing you in seductively to every line. BUT when Madonna was ready to make a video, she took that girl power and amped it up to 11 by using a pulsing, mostly instrumental version of the song and, with then-husband Guy Richie, producing a video with such violent images it was banned from MTV. Now this was controversial because overt sexuality and male violence was never a problem for MTV before, but to see a woman tazer a man or run into a car or light a gas station on fire... well that was too hot for tv! Ha. The video is amazy, to say the least, and I love the old woman who plays her grandmother that she rescues form the "Ol Kuntz Guest Home" (hilarious) in her car with the plates that say "PUSSY" AND "CAT". I truly think this video is one of the best ever made. Take a look at Madonna's What It Feels Like for a Girl. [image]

Madonna - What it feels like for a girl
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Amazing! Lady Gaga took to the stage at the Children in Need benefit in Manchester, UK and tore it UP with Born This Way and new single Marry the Night. Looking elegant and understated, for Gaga, she and her dancers showed 'em how it's done. Girl does not kid around!!! Ladies who say you can't sing and dance your ass off at the same time, take note. Watch and love.

Thursday, November 17, 2011


90s girl group En Vogue are coming back. Three of the original four members of En Vogue (Dawn has bowed out again) are about to release a new album, and here is its first single, I'll Cry Later. Their voices are clearly still top notch, and from the looks of the pic on the video, they are in fine form. I like the sound of the song, but it's hard to messure up to the 90s classics like My Lovin'(You're Never Gonna Get It), Don't Let Go (Love) or Free Your Mind. Hard act to follow. Anyway,take a listen below.


First, let's get this out of the way. Yes, it's only been a year (almost exactly) since Rihanna's released her last album, Loud. Guess what, RiRi's new album Talk That Talk, due November 21st,  is her sixth in six years. You do the math. The fact of the matter is, Rihanna doesn't sell that many ALBUMS, but her singles go through the roof. So when you have a collection of good songs, which Talk That Talk has, you put them out for your fans. Enough about that. As a matter of fact, TTT is, IMHO, a much better record than Loud and probably the most satisfying pop-record of Rihanna's since 2008's Good Girl Gone Bad. Of course, I prefer Rated R, but I like dark songs. Okay. Talk That Talk has already produced Rihanna's 11th #1 single, We Found Love, currently in its third week on top, and her second single, the bright and sunny You Da One, is well on it's way to being her 12th. The thing that strikes me about this record is its sheer volume of potential hits. Where Have You Been is a club jam with the trademark Rihanna's "yeah"s all over it and enough electro-fuzz to fill a club for the whole summer. The title track has a dark, menacing sound with a lengthy NSFW intro added by mentor Jay-Z equally suggestive lyrics crooned by Rihanna. Speaking of suggestive, the UBER-sexual Cockiness(Love It) is one of the dirtiest songs I've heard in a long, long time. With lyrics like "suck my cockiness, lick my persuasion" and the repeated chant "I love it, I love it, I love it when you eat it" there is little left to the imagination as to what this song is about. I blush! Well, it doesn't stop there. Birthday Cake rivals any song Janet Jackson has ever done about her vagina. Yes, she just said, "I wanna f*ck you right now" in that song. You heard her right. Okay. That's three in a row. Whew. After that one-two-three punch we get a ballad. We All Want Love is a simple, love song about finding the one and only. Because it comes after three super-dirty little tunes it almost makes it boring by comparison, which is a shame because it's actually a pretty song. Drunk on Love takes us to a little more interesting place sonically and lyrically. Mid-tempo beats, electro-blurbs and a solid vocal performance by RiRi makes this a potential single release for sure. Reminds me a little of Rehab from Good Girl Gone Bad. Roc Me Out is back to the "give it to me like I want it" theme that we hear often in the past and on this album from Rihanna. It's good though!! Don't get me wrong. Rihanna can pull off slutty like nobody else right now. Slutty is fun sometimes, especially with lyrics like "I've been a bad girl, daddy. Won't you come get me". Ahem. Watch and Learn sounds a little like a Beyonce song on her album 4. Slightly retro, but updated and sexy. Oh, and it's kinda dirty too. Who would have guessed. The album closer, Farewell, is a gorgeous ballad and a nice comedown from the aggressive come-ons on the album. Nicely produced and performed. So, yes, overall I would say Rihanna has upped her game since Loud and is showing no signs of giving up her reign on the Billboard charts anytime soon. You Da One is available on iTunes now and you can listen and read the lyrics below.


"There's only one thing harder than writing your first novel. Letting him read it." Last night I had the privilege of seeing Seminar, now in previews at the Golden Theatre on 45th street. The show is about a group of four fledgling writers who have paid a hefty sum to take a seminar (see how they did that?) with a notoriously tough writer/teacher played by the fantastically acerbic Alan Rickman, who some of you know best as Snape from the mega-successful Harry Potter series. In his usual form, Rickman tears up the stage with a series of one-liners and a couple of very impressive monologues in which we learn that not everything with his crabby/sexy Leonard is as as it seems. The cast is rounded out beautifully by the excellent Hamish Linklater (The New Adventures of Old Christine)as Martin, a young writer afraid of people actually reading his work; Jerry O'Connell (Stand By Me, Scream 2)as the hilarious Douglas, a slightly pretentious, adequately talented  writer with connections in the literary world; the Lily Rabe (American Horror Story, The Merchant of Venice) as Kate, a ashamedly rich girl who has been working on the same story for six years and is scared to leave it; and Hetteinne Park (The Intelligent Homosexuals Guide..) as Izzy, a free spirited young woman who is willing to do whatever she needs to become a successful writer. Each character and each scene is flehsed out  and played with juicy delight by this excellent cast in this 90 minute piece full of laughs, shocks and drama. Seminar is written by Pulitzer Prize nominee Theresa Rebeck (Mauritius) and directed by Obie Award winner Sam Gold (Circle Mirror Transformation), both of whom keep the story rolling along at the perfect pace and keep the audience guessing what surprise will pop up next. It's smart, sexy and funny and I highly recommend it if you are looking for something a little different on Broadway. If you want to find out more about Seminar you can visit their website, their facebook or their twitter page. Seminar opens November 20th. GET YOUR TICKETS NOW!!!!


Here is the itenerary for today's Occupy Wall Street Day of Action in NYC. For other cities you can click HERE. Take not at 3 o'clock they are occupying certain subway stations, but plan accordingly or join them, whichever you decide. Hopefully everything will stay peaceful. Send out good vibes for all involved.

 New York City
BREAKFAST:  Shut Down Wall Street - 7:00 a.m.
Enough of this economy that exploits and divides us. It's time we put an end to Wall Street's reign of terror and begin building an economy that works for all. We will gather in Liberty Square at 7:00 a.m., before the ring of the Trading Floor Bell, to prepare to confront Wall Street with the stories of people on the frontlines of economic injustice. There, before the Stock Exchange, we will exchange stories rather than stocks.

LUNCH: Occupy The Subways - 3:00 p.m.
We will start by Occupying Our Blocks! Then throughout the five boroughs, we will gather at 16 central subway hubs and take our own stories to the trains, using the "People's Mic".
◦Fordham Rd
 ◦3rd Ave, 138th Street
◦163rd and Southern Blvd
◦161st and River - Yankee Stadium
◦Broadway Junction
◦Borough Hall
◦301 Grove Street
◦St Jose Patron Church,185 Suydam St, Bushwick
◦Jackson Heights/Roosevelt Ave.
 ◦Jamaica Center/Parsons/Archer
 ◦92-10 Roosevelt Avenue, Jackson Heights
◦125th St. A,B,C,D
 ◦Union Sq. (Mass student strike)
◦23rd St and 8th Ave
•Staten Island
◦St. George, Staten Island Ferry Terminal
 ◦479 Port Richmond Avenue, Port Richmond

DINNER: Take The Square - 5:00 p.m. 
At 5 pm, tens of thousands of people will gather at Foley Square (just across from City Hall) in solidarity with laborers demanding jobs to rebuild this country's infrastructure and economy. A gospel choir and a marching band will also be performing. Afterwards we will march to our bridges. Let's make it as musical a march as possible - bring your songs, your voice, your spirit! Our "Musical" on the bridge will culminate in a festival of light as we mark the two-month anniversary of the #occupy movement, and our commitment to shining light into our broken economic and political system. Resist austerity. Rebuild the economy. Reclaim our democracy.

Tuesday, November 15, 2011


Last night I attended Standing On Ceremony: The Gay Marriage Plays at the Minetta Lane Theatre here in NYC. The show is a series of short plays about the ongoing battle all over the United States to secure equal rights for the LGBT community to marry the person they love. Gosh, what will we want next? The right to vote? Ha. Anyway, SOC was truly an inspiring reading of nine different short plays with subjects ranging from figuring out how to write your vows ("civil unioned domestic partnered partner") to a supposed gay agenda in which the hilarious Harriet Harris played a woman who was a part of every "family" organization you can imagine, including "F*ck With The Family, You Die". Ha. There were several moments in each play that really highlighted the fact that "gay marriage" is really just marriage. Making the point that the LGBT community is no different than anyone else. We have our fears and wishes, our doubts and hangups. With marriage comes divorce, the loss of a spouse, the loss of being a whore every Saturday night. Eh, whaddaya gonna do? Each play told a different story from different parts and phases of relationships between gay and lesbian couples, their families and "friends", some of whom were not too friendly as evidenced by the play "On Facebook" by Doug Wright, taken from an actual conversation on someone's fb page. See folks; timely! This show is touring the country right now and will have a changing lineup of short plays, ever evolving throughout the life of the piece, with different actors filling in as it goes. This performance included stars of the stage and screen Craig Bierko, Mark Consuelos (whose wife Kelly Ripa sat across the aisle from me), Polly Draper, Harriet Harris, Beth Leavel and Richard Thomas. Pretty impressive, peeps! My hope is that as many, varying types of people possible see this production and that they will feel differently about the issue of gay marriage. Because, IT'S COMING WHETHER YOU LIKE IT OR NOT. So my advice (and I'm sure no one who is opposed to marriage equality reads MY blog, ha) is to get on board, people. We're here, we're queer, we know how to throw a wedding. . Also, Producers Joan Stein and Richard Frankel announced Nov. 9 that Standing On Ceremony: The Gay Marriage Plays will offer a special, one-night-only discount to young people for the Nov. 30 at 8 PM performance. Press notes indicate, "In an effort to help motivate the younger generation in the fight for marriage equality and expose young people to politically potent theatre." The Minetta Lane Theatre is located at 18 Minetta Lane. For tickets, visit For more information, visit or visit their Facebook page.


Big news for Van Halen fans, not so much for "Van Hagar". The original frontman, David Lee Roth, is back with the band and they are releasing new music pretty soon. The bands last album with Roth was their mega-hit 1984, after which he Roth left the group in 1985 for a short-lived, but successful solo career. Sammy Hagar then took over for what was the bands most successful time on the charts, but in-fighting eventually forced him out as well. The band's new deal with Interscope is supposed to be finalized sometime this week and, although conflicting reports argue, an announcement will possibly be made at the Grammy nominations concert on November 30th. I wonder if they'll be able to recapture that Van Halen magic from '84. We'll see. Now, go ahead and JUMP!

Monday, November 14, 2011


January is going to be the biggest drag ever. Looks like a pretty interesting group of Lady-boys for the next season of RuPaul's Drag Race, coming to Logo in January. CAN'T WAIT!


Giving a headless corpse a piggy-back ride? All in a day's work for our Lady Gaga. Here is our girl performing her newest single from the monster smash album Born This Way, Marry the Night. Lookin' good, soundin' good, Gaga. Don't worry, she doesn't wear the corpse for very long. She changes into a sleek little leotard number and her hair looks great! MTN will hit radio in the US officially tomorrow. Watch below.


Full disclosure: I have not read The Hunger Games. I assume it's about a modeling competition or some sort of Jenny Craig challenge. Anyway, people keep telling me to read it and I'm like, "HELLO! They're making a movie." SO, here's the proof of that. The first full trialer for The Hunger Games has hit the net and it looks pretty intense. Turns out...not about modeling. The film stars Jennifer Lawrence, Josh Hutcherson, Liam Hemsworth, Woody Harrelson, Elizabeth Banks, Stanley Tucci, Lenny Kravitz, Donald Sutherland, and is directed by Gary Ross and is coming out March 23, 2012. Check it out below.


Hmmmmm. I wonder if she'll be nominated? Ha. Meryl Streep is bringing her fabooshness to The Iron Lady, a film about long-time British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher. As always, Streep has it all down; the look, the accent, the mannerisms. Thatcher was a polarizing, controversial political figure, so the movie should be pretty interesting. Watch the trailer below. Meryl rules. The film comes out December 30th in the US and January 6th in the UK.

Friday, November 11, 2011


DEPRESSION ALERT!! Katy Perry brings us the video for her new single, The One That Got Away, and it's totes sad, y'all. Katy appears as a much older but similarly coiffed version of herself looking back guessed it, the one that got away. It's a beautifully shot video and Katy, of course, looks gorgeous as her younger self. Watch and love. Whatcha' think?


For the second single of off the upcoming Talk That Talk, due at the end of the month, Rihanna gets bright and sunny singing about the joys of love on You Da One. With it's uplifting beat and sassy, staccato chorus, Rihanna definitely has another hit on her hands here. While most of her songs have an "ay-ay-ay" in them somewhere, this one is cuter than some of her super-suggestive lyrics of late. Not that I'm complaining. Rihanna makes hits more consistently than any other pop singer around and I love her for it.Take a listen to what will probably be her 12th #1 single You Da One.Oh, and here is the track listing for Talk That Talk.
01. You Da One
02. Where Have You Been
03. We Found Love (Feat Calvin Harris)
04. Talk That Talk (Feat Jay-Z)
05. Cockiness (Love It)
06. Birthday Cake
07. We All Want Love
08. Drunk On Love
09. Roc Me Out
10. Watch N Learn
11. Farewell
12. Red Lipstick
13. Do Ya Thang
14. Fool In Love
15. We Found Love (Feat Calvin Harris) [Extended Mix]


I hate to admit it because I am not a fan of Kristen Stewart, but the trailer for the upcoming Snow White & the Huntsman trailer is crazy amazy! Of course, it's mostly to due to the evil queen, played by Charlize Theron, looking more beautiful than ever!! Like K-Stew could EVER be as gorgeous as Charlize. Looks like a nice, meaty role for the Oscar winning actress. Oh, and Chris Hemsworth is about as hot as one man should ever be. Watch the trailer below. Am I going to have to pay to see another Kristen Stewart movie? First Cherry Bomb (which I loved) and now this. Damn you, K-Stew!!!!


In honor of Veterans' Day and Madonna Friday, here is Madonna's most obvious political statement ever. Now, don't misinterpret Madonna's message in this, the original, uncut video for American Life. The scenes of war and injured soldiers, starving children and violence are presented as a fashion show to mark a protest against then-President Bush's complete lies that started a war that we are just now seeing coming to an end. Madonna withdrew the video at the last minute because people assumed she was criticizing the troupes, when in fact she was trying to make a statement in support of them and help bring the needless war to a close. Essentially, leaving out the politics, what we have here is an amazingly choreographed video with beautiful cinematography, a great song and one of the most underrated efforts of Madonna's career. The backlash killed the song and the album needlessly. Pay attention to the video and the song and draw conclusions for yourself. I think it's a great statement in support of our men and women who were being sent overseas to serve our country, and a harsh criticism of why they were sent by our government. A lot to think about from one pop music video, huh?

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Thursday, November 10, 2011


Fashion is Madonna's middle name, so it makes sense that Bazaar Magazine would use her and the star of her upcoming film W.E., Andrea Riseborough, to shoot a fashion spread called "Madonna: Director's Cut". Here is the cover and another stunning photo of Madonna. Click HERE for more. And click HERE for the exclusive interview. AND HERE to see a slideshow of Madonna's most iconic looks from her career. Yay!!!! And it's not even Madonna Friday yet! Still stunning and still the Queen.


Of course, I think Joel McHale actually IS one of the sexiest men alive, but obviously he doesn't take it too seriously. Watch as the Community/Talk Soup star tries to make his everyday day activities sexier for the folks at People Magazine in order to win Sexiest Man Alive. The ending alone is worth the watch. What do you think? Isn't funny a huge step in the direction of sexy? I would vote for Joel. C'mon, People, get with the program!!!

Wednesday, November 9, 2011


Duran Duran are kicking some major ass with the video from their All You Need Is Now album, Girl Panic. It's really a short film/history lesson on the band, now in it's 30th year, told by using some of the original supermodels as members of the band. Clever!!! Classic Duran Duran too. Naomi Campbell is Simon Le Bon, Helena Christensen is Roger Taylor, Eva Herzigova is Nick Rhodes, Cindy Crawford is John Taylor, and Yasmin Le Bon, Simon's wife who looks 20 years old despite being 47!!, is the ever-changing guitarist who is "not a member of Duran Duran". Amazing. This is a really hot, tongue-in-cheek video that utilizes everything great about DD: beautiful girls, sparkles, fashion and music. By the way, Cindy Crawford can model like nobody's business. She looks fantastic. Okay. Now sit back and enjoy the 9-plus minute short film of Duran Duran's Girl Panic. Hot stuff.


The People's Choice Award nominees have been announced and they are.....the people's choice I guess. It's always weird because if these are ACTUALLY the stars & movies the "people" like, why aren't some of them more successful. I love Jennifer Aniston, but is she really "FAVORITE MOVIE ACTRESS"? No one has gone to see her last few films. NO ONE. Except me. Two words: VIN DIESEL???? AND Kristen Wiig is NOT nominated for Favorite Comedy Movie Actress, but Natalie Portmand and Cameron Diaz are? WHAT? It makes no sense, y'all!! At least Bridesmaids is nominated for Favorite Movie. I just wonder what "people" are actually choosing the nominees or if it's just a bunch of managers, agents and movie execs throwing in some names and letting people vote. Let me do it! I'll put on a show, girls. Read the nominees below, if you care.

Favorite Movie
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2
The Help
Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides
Transformers: Dark of the Moon

Favorite Movie Actor
Daniel Radcliffe
Hugh Jackman
Johnny Depp
Robert Pattinson
Ryan Reynolds

Favorite Movie Actress
Anne Hathaway
Emma Stone
Jennifer Aniston
Julia Roberts
Reese Witherspoon

Favorite Movie Icon
George Clooney
Harrison Ford
Morgan Freeman
Robert DeNiro
Tom Hanks

Favorite Action Movie
Fast Five
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2
Transformers: Dark of the Moon
X-Men: First Class

Favorite Action Movie Star
Hugh Jackman
Ryan Reynolds
Shia LaBeouf
Taylor Lautner
Vin Diesel

Favorite Drama Movie
The Adjustment Bureau
The Help
Water for Elephants

Favorite Comedy Movie
Bad Teacher
Crazy Stupid Love
Friends With Benefits
The Hangover Part II

Favorite Comedic Movie Actor
Adam Sandler
Ashton Kutcher
Bradley Cooper
Ryan Reynolds
Steve Carell

Favorite Comedic Movie Actress
Cameron Diaz
Emma Stone
Jennifer Aniston
Mila Kunis
Natalie Portman

Favorite Movie Star Under 25
Chloe Moretz
Daniel Radcliffe
Emma Watson
Rupert Grint
Tom Felton

Favorite Ensemble Movie Cast
The Hangover Part II
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2
Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides
X-Men: First Class

Favorite Animated Movie Voice
Anne Hathaway as Jewel (Rio)
Jack Black as Po (Kung Fu Panda 2)
Johnny Depp as Rango (Rango)
Katy Perry as Smurfette (The Smurfs)
Owen Wilson as Lightning McQueen (Cars 2)

Favorite Movie Superhero
Chris Evans as Captain America
Chris Hemsworth as Thor
James McAvoy as Professor X
Jennifer Lawrence as Mystique
Ryan Reynolds as Green Lantern

Favorite Book Adaptation
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2
The Help
I Am Number Four
Soul Surfer
Water For Elephants

Favorite Network TV Drama
The Good Wife
Grey's Anatomy
The Vampire Diaries

Favorite TV Drama Actor
David Boreanz
Hugh Laurie
Ian Somerhalder
Nathan Fillion
Patrick Dempsey

Favorite TV Drama Actress
Blake Lively
Ellen Pompeo
Emily Deschanel
Eva Longoria
Nina Dobrev

Favorite Cable TV Drama
Game of Thrones
Pretty Little Liars
True Blood
White Collar

Favorite Network TV Comedy
The Big Bang Theory
How I Met Your Mother
Modern Family
Two and a Half Men

Favorite TV Comedy Actor
Alec Baldwin
Chris Colfer
Cory Monteith
Jim Parsons
Neil Patrick Harris

Favorite TV Comedy Actress
Courteney Cox
Jane Lynch
Kaley Cuoco
Lea Michele
Tina Fey

Favorite Cable TV Comedy
Hot In Cleveland
It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia
Nurse Jackie
Royal Pains

Favorite TV Competition Show
American Idol
America's Got Talent
Dancing with the Stars
So You Think You Can Dance
The Voice

Favorite TV Crime Drama
Criminal Minds

Favorite Sci-Fi/Fantasy Show
True Blood
The Vampire Diaries
The Walking Dead

Favorite Daytime TV Host
Al Roker, Anne Curry, Matt Lauer, Natalie Morales, Savannah Guthrie (The Today Show)
Anderson Cooper (Anderson)
Ellen DeGeneres (The Ellen DeGeneres Show)
Kelly Ripa, Regis Philbin (Live with Regis & Kelly)
Rachael Ray (Rachael Ray Show)

Favorite Late Night TV Host
Conan O'Brien (Conan)
David Letterman (Late Show with David Letterman)
Jay Leno (The Tonight Show with Jay Leno)
Jimmy Fallon (Late Night with Jimmy Fallon)
Jimmy Kimmel (Jimmy Kimmel Live)

Favorite TV Guest Star
Gwyneth Paltrow (Glee)
Jim Carrey (The Office)
Katy Perry (How I Met Your Mother)
Kristin Chenoweth (Glee)
Michael J. Fox (The Good Wife)

Favorite TV CelebReality Star
Gene Simmons
Giuliana Rancic
Kathy Griffin
Kim Kardashian
Tia and Tamera Mowry

Favorite New TV Drama
A Gifted Man
Hart Of Dixie
Once Upon A Time
Pan Am
Person Of Interest
Prime Suspect
The Secret Circle

Favorite New TV Comedy
2 Broke Girls
Allen Gregory
Last Man Standing
Man Up!
New Girl
Up All Night

Favorite Male Artist
Blake Shelton
Bruno Mars
Enrique Iglesias
Justin Bieber

Favorite Female Artist
Katy Perry
Lady Gaga
Taylor Swift

Favorite Song of the Year
The Edge Of Glory, by Lady Gaga
E.T, by Katy Perry featuring Kanye West
Moves Like Jagger, by Maroon 5 featuring Christina Aguilera
Party Rock Anthem, by LMFAO featuring Lauren Bennet and GoonRock
Rolling in the Deep, by Adele

Favorite Album of the Year
21, by Adele
4, by Beyoncé
Born This Way, by Lady Gaga
Femme Fatale, by Britney Spears
Own The Night, by Lady Antebellum

Favorite Pop Artist
Demi Lovato
Katy Perry
Lady Gaga

Favorite Hip Hop Artist
Nicki Minaj

Favorite R&B Artist
Bruno Mars
Chris Brown

Favorite Band
Foo Fighters
Linkin Park
Maroon 5
Red Hot Chili Peppers

Favorite Country Artist
Blake Shelton
Keith Urban
Lady Antebellum
Rascal Flatts
Taylor Swift

Favorite Music Video
Judas, by Lady Gaga
Last Friday Night (T.G.I.F.), by Katy Perry
Party Rock Anthem, by LMFAO featuring Goonrock and Lauren Bennett
Rolling in the Deep, by Adele
Run The World (Girls), by Beyoncé

Favorite Tour Headliner
Bon Jovi
Katy Perry
Taylor Swift

Tuesday, November 8, 2011


Somehow Madonna's new single from here 2012 album has leaked online. This is sure to be a poised demo, but I can't imagine this is a leak Madonna was in favor of, and can't imagine someone is going to be SUPER fired for. Anyhoozers... The song, in my opinion, is really great!! Whew! I always love Madge, but I get nervous at every new album that people won't like it. She is my everything, after all. Give Me All Your Love is a fun, sassy pop song that takes a break form some of Madonna's message music, much like most of her lead singles from her albums. There is a chant, some "Madonna"s and a kick-ass chorus. I can't wait to hear the final product. It'll be the perfect Super Bowl halftime song. What do you think? Here's Give Me All Your Love.


It's not THAT bad actually. Ha. Sarah Silverman proves she is a theatre geek by doing a little Broadway Medley with Seth Rudetsky on SiriusXM. Her On My Own from Les Miz is a class is serio-comic singing. I get a kick out of it. It's nice to see Sarah doing something besides her usual sarcastic humor, although I adore that too. In that genre, she does a great Ladies Who Lunch. LOVE!!!! There's more. Watch. Somebody get this girl a musical, STAT!


Seriously. That's what it's called. Lady Gaga is going to be giving us a Thanksgiving day special on ABC, along with Katie Couric (yes, you just read that right) that will feature an intimate set of songs performed for friends and family, and interview with Couric and some cooking. MTV reports:
"In addition to her new single, "Marry the Night," and other songs from Born This Way ("You and I," "The Edge of Glory"), Gaga will perform "White Christmas" and her duet with Tony Bennett, "The Lady Is a Tramp." Chef Art Smith will also drop in to share some recipes on the special, including his holiday classic, deep-fried turkey and waffles."
It's like those old-school '70s specials that Cher or Liza used to do. FUN!!! No word yet on whether Gaga will wear a suit made of giblets or drink gravy from a virgins underwear, but here's hoping! "A Very Gaga Thanksgiving" airs November 24th, on ABC

Monday, November 7, 2011


k.d. lang appeared this week on Australian talk show ROVE LA where she had to pull a question out of a chef's hat (it's a thing on the show) and answer it. She got a question about fellow Canadian Justin Bieber: Justin Bieber, hot or not? Well not only does she think he's hot, she tells us why. Check it out, beyotches! Also check out the REAL website Lesbian Who Look Like Justin Bieber. It's great.


Lady Gaga rules the world. Our Lady has cleaned up at this years MTV Europe Music Awards, held last night in Belfast. Gaga walked away with trophies for Best Female as well as Best Song and Best Video for her single Born This Way. Acceptin one of her many awards, in the outfit pictures, Gaga said,"Thank you so much, I love you so much. I'm so grateful. I'm really smiling right now, but I know you can't tell." Ha. You and your crazy outfits! Congrats, Gaga. You deserve it. Justin Bieber and Katy Perry also won stuff, but let's focus. Gaga is the real winner. Ha. Watch a wrap-up below.

Friday, November 4, 2011


How do you make an already perfect perfectER? Add ABBA! That's exactly what Madonna did in October 2005 when she unleashed her monster first single from her album Confessions on a Dance Floor, Hung Up. Pumping up the elements of all that was right with disco, Madonna sampled ABBA's Gimme! Gimme! Gimme! (A Man After Midnight) to perfect effect, hitting #1 in 45 countries and entering the Guinness Book of World Records as the song hitting #1 in the most countries. The song tied Madonna with Elvis Presley as the artist with the most top 10 hits, that being 36!!! (Madonna surpassed Elvis with 4 Minutes). FYI: Hung up was Madonna's first single to be released to iTunes. The music video, directed by genius David LaChapelle, had a documentary look to it and showed kids from London, Paris, New York, L.A., Shanghai and Tokyo (Madonna's dancers and dancers from LaChapelle's film "Rize") all coming together in a nightclub to dance and celebrate with Madonna. Parts of the video, like Madge dancing in the studio in a pink leotard in the beginning, are inspired by Saturday Night Fever. Madonna, 46 at the time, was looking better than ever and kept up with the "kids" in the video like the Queen she is. Anyhoo, here is Hung Up. Enjoy and remember, "time goes by so slowly for those who wait."[source]


This is touching and awesome. Conan O'Brien presided over a lovely ceremony on his show, taping at the Beacon Theatre in New York this week, for his longtime costume designer Scott Cronick married his partner David Gorshein. Celebrity cameos abound!! It is really great that Conan did this and did it in a very straight forward, loving way for a dear friend. Watch

Wednesday, November 2, 2011


YAY!! It's getting closer and closer to time. We heard about the deets of Madonna's Super Bowl performance days ago, now we get the lyrics to the first single off her 2012 album, Give Me All Your Love. ALSO a snippet of a new Madonna song showed up online a few weeks ago, and now it can be confirmed as Give Me All Your Love as the lyrics match. Sounds cute! Of course, we are so far away from the actual release that it's probably not a final version we are hearing in the youtube clip. Read the lyrics below and listen to the short video. The lyrics I put in bold are the ones that appear in the video. I'm excited!!

Lyrics for “Give Me All Your Love” Madonna

Y-O-U You wanna
I see you coming and I don’t wanna know your name
L-U-V Madonna
I see you coming and you’re gonna have to change the game
Y-O-U You wanna
Would you like to try?
Give me a reason why
Give me all that you got
Maybe you’ll do fine
As long as you don’t lie to me
And pretend to be what you’re not

Don’t play the stupid game
Cause I’m a different kind of girl
Every record sounds the same
You’ve got to step into my world
Give me all your love and give me your love
Give me all your love today
Give me all your love and give me your love
Let’s forget about time
And dance our lives away

L-U-V Madonna
Y-O-U You wanna
Keep trying don’t give up, it’s if you want it bad enough
L-U-V Madonna
It’s right in front of you, now tell me what you’re thinking of
Y-O-U You wanna
In another place, at a different time
You can be my lucky star
We can drink some wine
Burgundy is fine
Let’s drink the bottle every drop

Don’t play the stupid game
Cause I’m a different kind of girl
Every record sounds the same
You’ve got to step into my world
Give me all your love and give me your love
Give me all your love today
Give me all your love and give me your love
Let’s forget about time
And dance our lives away

You have all the L-U-V
I gave you everything you need
Now it’s up to Y-O-U
Are you the one, shall we proceed?
M-A-D Don’t make me
L-U-V It’s time for
Y-O-U It’s up to
L-U-V I want your

Don’t play the stupid game
Cause I’m a different kind of girl
Every record sounds the same
You’ve got to step into my world
Give me all your love and give me your love
Give me all your love today
Give me all your love and give me your love
Let’s forget about time
And dance our lives away


It WAS going to be Lindsay Lohan's comeback movie during one of her one-week "I'm all better" periods, but obviously that didn't work out. Then Malin Akerman was going to play Lovelace. NOW it looks like there is finally a script with an A-list up-and-comer attached. Variety reports that Amanda Seyfried, the extraordinarily gorgeous star of Mamma Mia, Jennifer's Body and In Time has signed on to star in Lovelace, which will be directed by Rob Epstein and Jeffrey Friedman and will also star Peter Sarsgaard as Chuck Traynor, Linda Lovelace's abusive husband. I'm guessing there is going to be quite a bit of over-the-top nudity and sexuality. Go, Amanda. Take a risk and go for it. She'll be great.


One of my all-time favorite singers and lesbians, k.d. lang is turning 50 today! I love k.d. and her songs have soothed me in many a rough time......and roughed me in many a soothed time. You figure that out. She's been an icon in the gay movement and really achieved her greatest success after coming out. As she herself put it, she's not an icon, she's a "Dyke-on". Hilarious. I saw k.d. in concert this year and I have never heard someone sing so beautifully live in my entire life. So here's to you, k.d.!! Have a wonderful birthday.


This is going to be my fave show EVER!! Billy Eichner is bringing his hilarious yelling-at-people-on-the-streets-of-New-York style of comedy ("Miss, Cynthia Nixon's on a camel!!!") to Fuse, by way of Funny or Die, in the form of a game show called Billy On the Street. It's basically a trivia game show with three rounds of questions given to a random person walking down the street who is willing to participate and able to stand still while being screamed at. Ha. Billy describes it this way in the video below:
"There are a lot of crazy people running around New York asking for money, but now there's one you can win money from."
Perfection!! Watch below for a preview and a full game played by two adorable and hilarious NYC girls. I mean, c'mon!! This is funny stuff.The show debuts in December.

Tuesday, November 1, 2011


My return to blogging this month has been an exciting one! Not only did you all come back to read my magical musings, but you came back and read like a little beyotch! Thank you for making October my second biggest month ever on my blog. It's good to be back and you're visiting my little .... thought receptacle makes it all worth it. Keep coming back and I'll keep you mildly entertained.


..True Colors by Cyndi Lauper. Lauper had exploded onto the scene in 1983 with her debut album, She's So Unusual, and changed people's perception, along with Madonna, of women in pop music. SOOOO her follow up album and it's first single needed to make a big impression, and did it ever. A classic not just for Cyndi, but for all of pop music, True Colors has stood the test of time to become one of the most covered, beloved songs in American pop music history. The song hit #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 on October 25, 1986 and stayed there for two weeks. It has since become an anthem of sorts for the LGBT community and Cyndi used it's name for her True Colors Tour that she embarked on in 2007 that supported the Human Rights Campaign and the Matthew Shepard Foundation, among other charities involving the gay community. There is no denying the power of the song and it's emotional delivery by Cyndi. It's a winner. Enjoy the beauty that is True Colors. Hug someone today.


The Australian Recording Industry Association, or ARIA, every year host the ARIA Awards to honor the best in Aussie music. Of course, being one of their most famous entertainers, Kylie has won her fair share of prizes in the past, but this year she will be honored with an induction into the ARIA Hall of Fame. Nice. Our Kylie has sold more than 68 million records, released 11 albums and remains one of the most successful female recording artists in the world. Minogue will be joining acts already inducted such as AC/DC, INXS, Men at Work, The Bee Gees and of course Olivia Newton-John. Good company. Kylie certainly deserves this honor and will be showing up to the awards on November 28th to accept it herself. Congrats, Kylie!!