Thanks to our girls at Lemondrop for calling our attention to this awesomely hysterical video montage of pageant mothers made by Rich at FourFour. If you only have a few seconds, skip ahead to 2:28. If you have hours to screw around, head on over to YouTube and watch the entirety of the amazing “Living Dolls” documentary, featuring the unforgettable Swan Brooner. It’s frightening in a good way — you won’t regret it. Keep reading »
Every television show needs to have that filler episode that addresses the obvious issues that are going to come up, particularly in the case of “Gossip Girl” — Where can they all go to college in order to continue the show? Just like “Beverly Hills, 90210″ and “Dawson’s Creek”, we’re sure creator Josh Schwartz is already worried about how to move his show about high school to the next natural step — college. However, last night’s episode of “Gossip Girl” was highly unrealistic and missing that certain je ne sais quoi that gets me all revved up for Monday nights. Keep reading »
I watched “The Real Housewives Of Atlanta” this weekend and was blown away by the rampant materialism, excess, and over-the-top maintenance enjoyed by the stars of the show. Most of the women are married, or have boyfriends, who revel in their traditional feminine shallowness, and while these women may be EXTREME examples, I have often noticed that some of the most pain-in-the-ass women I know have nice, normal, sweet guys dying at their feet. IS there an appeal to high-maintenance women? And what the hell is it? Do I need to spend three hours getting ready to go to the gym in order to find a nice new man these days? I chatted up the guys on my IM to find out. Keep reading »
Rumor has it, Sarah Palin is going to appear on this Saturday’s episode of “Saturday Night Live”, and while everyone seems to think she’ll end up spoofing Tina Fey’s American Express commercial, I’m kinda hoping she’ll poke fun at herself. Were I talented enough to be a head writer at “SNL” and persuasive enough to be Sarah Palin’s press secretary, these are the five skit concepts I would go with for her appearance on the sketch comedy show. Oh hell, just make her the host!
So, I took one look at Beyonce’s new video for “Single Ladies (Put A Ring On It)” and realized it was eerily familiar. One of my most favorite viral videos of all time is “Mexican Breakfast”, a Bob Fosse dance routine that was redubbed with DJ Unk’s “Walk It Out”. Check the original after the jump and try and tell me Beyonce didn’t straight up pull a Kenley. Keep reading »
Fall is what I like to call pantyhose season. Nothing makes me feel more ladylike than silk, er synthetic, stockings. When it gets cold enough to wear them, they give me flawlessly smooth gams which in turn let’s me wear even shorter skirts. You know the fabulous woman in this totally 80′s No Nonsense commercial agrees, ho(se) are in style no matter the decade! Keep reading »
The video debuted tonight on “20/20″ and aside from the annoying, weird limo driver scene towards the end, I like it! I missed Britney y’all. I really did. Even though I thought it was bad ass when she shaved her head, I’m glad her hair has grown back and her meds have kicked in and she seems all calm. And I’m glad that despite the ups and down, Brit still manages to make music that makes me want to dance around my apartment in my underwear. Keep reading »
Forget it. I am so excited to see this movie. The new trailer for “Twilight” is out and dang, it looks pretty awesome and I’m not just saying that because Robert Pattinson makes my loins burn in the pleasurable way (as opposed to the bladder infection way). So tell me, “Twilight” fans, which of the books should I read in anticipation of the film? I want to walk into the theater with an understanding of the “Twilight” universe. Keep reading »