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RuPaul Makes His Go-Go Boys Work It!

As y’all know, I’m obsessed with the eleganza and extravaganza that is “RuPaul’s Drag Race.” But behind all those rhinestones there is even more eye-catching hotness: the Drag Race Pit Crew. Those bikini bottom-clad boy wonders have amazing bods and, as it turns out, mad sexy dance moves. RuPaul knows how to pick ‘em! In fact, you can watch this audition tape of a bunch of wannabe go-gos shaking their ass to be cast on season three. And you know when you’re trying to impress the Queen, you’ve got to pull out all the stops! [WOW Report] Keep reading »

Argentina’s “Dancing With The Stars” Is Basically Porn


Did you know that “Dancing with the Stars” exists in other countries? Yeah, I didn’t either, but I guess I live under a rock. Anyway, I don’t have any clue who these “stars” are on the Argentinian version of the show, but I found them way more entertaining than Bristol Palin or that Pussycat Doll chick. But maybe that’s because the dancing on Argentina’s “Dancing with the Stars” is practically NC-17-worthy. There’s g-strings and dry humping and miming oral sex and I am pretty sure someone had an orgasm at the end there. All around, I give this performance a 10! Keep reading »

Amber Portwood Allegedly Makes $280K A Year

In November, we reported that the ladies of “Teen Mom” make $60K to $65K per season, which comes out to about $5,000 per episode. We argued that this was chump change in comparison to the alleged $80K Lauren Conrad made per episode in her final days on “The Hills.” But apparently, our numbers may have been waaaay off. Amber Portwood was released from jail yesterday on charges of domestic violence and had to report to a judge. This judge supposedly ordered her to reveal her salary. She said $280,000! Which is about $215K more than we had thought. Keep reading »

Unlikely Style Inspiration: Charlie Kelly From “It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia”

This may be one of the unlikeliest Unlikely Style Inspirations ever, because as fans of “It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia” know, the character Charlie Kelly is an illiterate bartender who favors ripped thermal underwear and snacks on cat food. But as crazy as it sounds, there’s something endearing about this strange little man, and–dare I say it–something inspiring about his wardrobe of military jackets, scuffed up boots, beanies, and random graphic t-shirts. After the jump, a selection of apparel and accessories inspired by one of the weirdest dudes on TV… Keep reading »

Tonight: MTV To Air An Abortion Special “No Easy Decision”

Tonight at 11:30 EST, MTV will air the special “No Easy Decision,” in which teen mom Markai Durham of “16 & Pregnant” has an abortion. As first reported by Crushable, Markai got pregnant by her boyfriend James shortly after giving birth to baby Za’karia and decided to end the pregnancy. Two other young women who chose to have abortions will be depicted in “No Easy Decision” as well. According to Jennifer Armstrong at Entertainment Weekly, who exclusively viewed the special, “While pro-life critics will likely find fault with the show just for existing, no one can accuse the documentarians of making abortion look easy or fun.” Keep reading »

“The Dirty Girls Social Club” Author Alisa Valdes-Rodriguez Alleges Racist TV Adaptation Of Her Book

Most authors would die to see their book made into a movie or TV show. But not Alisa Valdes-Rodriguez — not anymore. The author of The Dirty Girls Social Club got ahold of a script based on her book and was shocked to see that: 1) all the black characters were removed and changed to be of other races, and 2) all the Latina characters are sexually promiscuous, even described as “sizzling.” Seeing The Dirty Girls Social Club adapted on TV, she said, now “holds zero appeal for me.”

“The Dirty Girls Social Club,” in development with NBC, will be written by Luisa Leschin for Ann Lopez’s Encanto Productions (also known as Ann Serrano, as she is splitting from comedian George Lopez). Over a year ago, Alisa Valdes-Rodriguez optioned the rights for her book to Lopez, who, with Alisa’s help, got a development deal with NBC. But the script adaptation she covertly saw when a “no one” within the company leaked it to her was so racist, sexist and overall offensive that Alisa wrote on her blog today, “I’d rather no show get made than to have my name attached to Luisa’s bastardizations.” Keep reading »

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