Cody and I talked about this video for a while during the multitude of pillow talk we have while I brushed his hair back from his forehead and listened to his days on set. He was really excited for it, and now my husband has finally done it and released his first single “Baby Get Out.”
There’s no missing the fact that I think Cody Belew is a serious talent, but I really think he hit the nail on the head with a duet and shows me he’s just looking to make good music instead of prioritizing having the solo spotlight for the sake of having the spotlight. Kudos!
Featured in the single and video is another great talent, New Orleans native Meghan Linsey, one half of country duo Steel Magnolia. Leave it up to Cody to find another great talent, and the great thing is this bombshell’s voice accompanies Cody’s so well. I think the single is great, and should do well on the country charts. The video is well shot, the chorus is catchy, I dig. Also, I follow Cody on basically all social media, ’cause I’m clearly head over heels for him, as one husband is to another husband naturally, but I can see him really pushing himself out there and can’t wait to see his career continue to take off from here. So get the single on iTunes, and also go to his new website codybelew.com for all things Belew.
Tune in next week when Cody posts a picture of a goat from Ecuador and I wonder why it’s not on CNN. Yes, I actually know he’s in Ecuador. Sigh.
My love for Cody Belew knows no bounds. My adoration is greater than anyone, including my friend Steve who THINKS he knows what True Belew love is like, but is clearly delusional, and just plain wrong. Before this cover I was twitterpated and amazed with him, but after seeing and hearing him sing my favorite Prince song, I’m ready to get on a plane, fly to Beebe, Arkansas, knock on his parents door, and formally ask his Father for his son’s hand in marriage on one knee. You shouldn’t have done this to me Cody. You could have never known the serious repercussions that will result from this.
Now IMHO, The Voice lost the plot last year when my favorites started dropping like flies. I stopped watching religiously after Cody was voted out, but when Dez took a hike, and Amanda Brown, who should have won, left, what was the point? I just didn’t care anymore. What I DID care about however, was quickly becoming obsessed with liking and following Codes (we’re there now) on Facebook, putting his YouTube videos on repeat, and making him my desktop picture. I also got a shirt made that says “I Heart Cody Belew”, and I wear it under all my clothes. So.
Hello boys and girls. Hope you’re all doing well this fine festive day. Since Valentine’s Day is all about celebrating love and affection, I thought this would be a perfect day to profess our love to all our loyal readers (new and old). We would be nothing without you and appreciate each and everyone of you taking time out of your hectic days to visit us. Hope you all have a great Valentines Day. xoxo the Homorazzi boys.
Having just aired on OUTtv last week, we’ve got the latest episode of our Homorazzi show to share with you and this one’s pretty funny. Given that it was a while ago that it was filmed, some of the content is a bit out of date but regardless, we’re pretty sure you’ll get a good laugh or two. The usual peeps make up the panel (From Left to Right: Tommy, Nic, Patrick and Adam.
In this episode, the cast talks about a few of their goals for 2013, as well as the latest in music, television, movies, and gay news. The cast also discusses their plans to attend WinterPRIDE 2013, which they did indeed end up doing this past weekend (stay tuned for pictures and video from the weekend).
Keep your eyes peeled for all of Adam’s eye rolls and one part where Patrick says something he didn’t intend to (something that sounded dirty but wasn’t supposed to) and the result is the whole crew bursting into laughter. Nic & Patrick have some serious trouble pulling it together after that.
Watch the episode below and subscribe to Canada’s LGBT television network OUTtv to watch new episodes as soon as they come out.
Boeing Boeing is a situational comedy about things that just wouldn’t happen now. Thanks to the internet, social media, and cell phones, the play, which originally debuted in 1960, is a look back on a time when one could lie a hell of a lot easier than one could now.
And that’s pretty much the basis. An immoral main character takes his innocent dippy sidekick on a journey into his life as a womanizer. Bernard (Jonathon Young), lives in Paris, and thanks to an insider, gets his picking of lonely stewardesses. Balancing three fiancees though (yes, they’re all engaged to him), is no small feat, and after an old friend Robert (Andrew McNee) comes to visit, he finds himself, with a little help from Berthe (Nicola Lipman) his French housekeeper, in close calls keeping the American, the Italian, and the German away from each other.
If I could attend any awards show, it’s hands down the Golden Globes. Not only is it the most star-studded, but you can eat and drink while pretending to be interested in some of the acceptance speeches ;) Admit it, some of them are major snoozefests. Too bad Meryl Streep couldn’t win every category. Her speeches are always hilariously witty.
Going into tonight’s ceremony, Lincoln has the most nominations with seven. Tied in second are Argo and Django Unchained. On the television front, Game Change is on top with five nominations, with Homeland in second with four nominations. Who will be the big winner when all is said and done?
A few of us have shared our predictions in each category. Not to toot my own horn, but I’m the reigning champ amongst the Homorazzi crew. Last year, I predicted the most correctly. That being said, Adam was numero uno for our recent Emmy predictions. Who’ll win this time? Check out all our choices below.
Being close to the beach is where you want to be when being in Waikiki. All you want out of your stay is really easy access to sand, surf, and sun, and Hilton Waikiki Prince Kuhio is everything you want out of Location Location Location, and the fact that Prince Kuhio only has 601 rooms, as opposed to Hilton’s other hotel in Waikiki, which has close to 3000. In contrast to a lot of Hilton hotels, this really is their boutique side.
The beauty about being in such a bustling town like Waikiki is really the combination of old and new. You don’t want to be completely removed from such a beautiful culture, but the town itself has a great balance of a modern party town (trust), with some throwback to its roots. This was really the first thing I noticed when stepping into this Hilton property also, is how reflective it was of Waikiki itself in this respect. The sprawling lobby, although decorated head to toe in full blown Christmas at the time, was a great balance of old Hawaii, with its architecture, natural wood accents, and open air concept in the lobby, but with splashes of modernism everywhere you turned, including it’s beautiful meeting rooms, as well as their bar and restaurant.
A new episode of Homorazzi has been airing this week on OUTtv, but in case you’ve missed it or you don’t live in Canada, we’ve got it here for you to check out, witch cast members (from left to right) Tommy, Nic, Patrick, and Adam. We’ve also included our New Year’s Special, which aired on New Year’s Eve as well.
As you may recall, Nic was away in Hawaii for our last episode as well as for the New Year’s Eve special. In our newest episode, he may have been wishing he was still there because Adam seemed to be on his case the whole episode, catching Nic off guard by calling him out on some things that had recently happened (allegedly) in his personal life. Nic was not happy and ironically, this all went down while discussing the new Les Miserables film.
The panel talks about what they think about Ke$ha‘s new album, The Hobbit, This Is 40, the Gossip Girl finale and more. They also talk about how much they love the hilarious new web series, Willam’s Beatdown.