If you thought “Big Love” and Oprah exposed Mormons, you ain’t seen nothin’ yet. Feast your eyes on “Men On A Mission.” The calendar features muscle-ripped Mormons who have returned home from their two-year proselytizing missions in various corners of the world. While on the journey, the boys are not allowed to read newspapers, listen to music, surf the Internet, watch the boob tube or movies, get crunk, drink alcohol, tea or coffee, smoke ciggies, or get in any kind of missionary position. Plus, they can only call home twice a year, on Christmas and Mother’s Day. Clearly, this has left them plenty of time to pump iron. For the calendar, the boys were offered the chance to strip down and show us what they’ve been working with, and all the calendar proceeds go to a charity of their choice. But are hot, shirtless pics of hunks really what Joseph Smith had in mind? The creator of the calendar, Chad Hardy, defended his baby to the East Valley Tribune:
“It is so PG-rated, it’s hilarious. The gay community, when they buy this calendar, it will be the tamest calendar they’ll ever own. They’re in pants; they’re not in their underwear or showing any pubic hair. And religious art is filled with bare-chested men You see more flesh in the Book of Mormon than you do in our calendar!”
Well, at least Hardy knows his calendar is raising more than funds. Now, where can I get my dirty little hands on a copy of the Book of Mormon? [WOW] Keep reading »
Funny lady Jenny McCarthy has inked a multi-year, multi-platform deal with Oprah Winfrey’s Harpo Productions. The projects include a syndicated talk show and a blog on Oprah.com, which Jenny launched last Friday, discussing PMS and sugar. Rachael Ray and Dr. Phil became household names after making frequent appearances on “The Oprah Winfrey Show” and signing deals with Harpo, so the chances of Jenny becoming another Oprah protege-turned-TV mogul are high. She’s discussed her struggles with her son’s autism and published several books, including Louder Than Words: A Mother’s Journey in Healing Autism and Mother Warriors: A Nation of Parents Healing Autism Against All Odds. Jenny, a former Playboy model who hosted MTV’s “Singled Out” in the ’90s, seems like an unlikely choice for Oprah. Would you watch a talk show hosted by Jenny McCarthy? [The Hollywood Reporter] Keep reading »
Johnny Weir is making us go ga-ga. The three-time U.S. champion performed a number to Lady Gaga’s “Poker Face” for South Korea’s “Festa On Ice” tourney and did the pop style icon justice in a black jumpsuit with a studded, asymmetrical patent harness and silver smashed metallic sleeves. Plus, he gives a dead sexy poker face. [via WOW] Keep reading »
Oh, dear. Miss California Carrie Prejean, who made headlines for her answer to a question about gay marriage at last month’s Miss USA pageant, has more secrets spilling out of her closet. First, it was revealed that the Miss California Organization paid for Prejean to get breast implants prior to the Miss USA pageant. Now, a topless photos of the beauty queen have been leaked to The Dirty. Miss USA judge Perez Hilton claims his sources say more photos of Prejean in a state of undress are due to hit the internet. Normally, I’d be like, “Topless? Who cares?” Considering Prejean believes “gay marriage isn’t biblically correct,” I’m amped to holler: “Hypocrite!” Stripping your top off and shooting the camera that come hither look is not what Jesus would do. Click here to see the full photo (safe for work!).
Prejean released a statement: “I am a Christian, and I am a model. Models pose for pictures, including lingerie and swimwear photos. Recently, photos that were taken of me as a teenager have been released surreptitiously to a tabloid website that openly mocks me for my Christian faith. I am not perfect, and I will never claim to be.”
One small problem? This puts Prejean at odds with her contract with the Miss California Organization, which prohibits its representatives for posing for photographs in a state of full or partial nudity. Keep reading »
The 9th Annual Masturbate-a-Thon took place in San Francisco last weekend, and the competition was stiff! The event, sponsored by the Center for Sex & Culture, was founded in honor of surgeon general Jocelyn Elders who was fired after she suggested teens be taught masturbation as a means towards safe sex. Now, her work lives on in the form of an annual contest. This year’s winners packed some serious heat. A new US record was set by Mr. Flint Greasewood. His swimmers went the distance, shooting a whopping five feet. Two world records were set, as well. The Lusty Lady Theater beat the Women’s Tag Team, and Mr. Masanobu Sato broke his own masturbation world record at nine hours and 58 minutes. I know we don’t want a no minute man, but 10 hours? Keep reading »
We’re celebrating moms this week in preparation for Mother’s Day this Sunday, May 10. What’s the best thing your mother ever taught you? Tell us by sending an email to email@example.com or tweeting @thefrisky. Keep reading »
You thought prom was a big fuss? Try the monstrous fashion madness that is the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Costume Institute Gala.
Hosted by Anna Wintour, the Met Ball is the tick that is Hollywood feasting itself on the blood of high fashion … Or is it the other way around? No one can really tell through all the air kisses and champagne fizz, but no problemo! All that matters is that if you’re a starlet who’s lucky enough to have a ticket, you can wear a dress that costs the same as an entire year of a private college education.
This caveat excludes most of us from going—but that doesn’t mean if you ever find yourself stuck in an elevator with Andre Leon Talley, you can’t at least know what you’re talking about. Here’s your cheat sheet on the exclusive Met Ball. Keep reading »
… armed with the same generic, crappily-constructed $5 umbrella that we do! [NYC, 5/4/09] Keep reading »
A pregnant woman awaiting trial doesn’t usually make international headlines. But add the fact that the woman is facing death by firing squad, and you’ve got a story that’s getting attention in Britain and the U.S. This is the fate of Samantha Orobator, a 20-year-old British woman suspected of drug trafficking in Laos. Orobator was arrested on August 5, according to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, for allegedly carrying about 1.1 pounds of heroin. Keep reading »