Remember Sean Duffy, the sweet-talking Wisconsin lumberjack from “The Real World: Boston”? You probably know that he went on to marry Rachel Campos, the Republican who had a crush on Puck during “The Real World: San Francisco.” Well, he apparently is also now a member of U.S. Congress. Last night, he won his race for Wisconsin’s 7th District seat in the House of Representatives. “What a great night in Wisconsin,” he said at his victory party. Another interesting piece of info about him: did you know that he and Rachel have six kids. Hello, reality TV producers. [PopEater]
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MTV’s “Jersey Shore” had a bit of a situation with the Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD) for airing what they deemed to be “one of the most blatantly transphobic scenes aired anywhere on television in the last few years.” During this season of the show, The Situation was out at a club, chatting up a person he presumed to be a woman but turned out to be transgendered. Afterward, he and other members of the crew threw around the word “tranny.” Keep reading »
At a show in Ireland over the weekend, Lady Gaga killed a Barbie. She did it Ozzy Osbourne-style, by sticking it in her mouth and beheading it … and then rubbing it on her leather, studded crotch. Man, we wish we were there to see the execution ourselves! When my Barbies got destroyed as a kid, it was usually through some brother-related microwave hijinx. But Gaga always takes things to the next level!
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Anyone who has perused an ex’s Facebook page for signs that he or she is moving on first knows that a lot of wasted clicking goes into hunting down and examining your beau’s rebound. Well, being a good friend, Facebook has decided to make this jealous searching a little easier with “friendship pages.” Keep reading »
Before directing “Where the Wild Things Are,” Spike Jonze was just a skater punk who hung out with the effortlessly cool noise band Sonic Youth. This video for SY’s “100 Percent” was Jonze’s directorial debut, and features him and a baby Jason Lee skating and house partying with the band. The song is about the band’s friend, Joe Cole, who was shot and killed in front of his house in 1991. [YouTube
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