Haha, I can’t even believe I’m writing about this but it just blows my mind, and it’s creating quite the stir. This song/video by 23 year old Kiely Williams (formerly of The Cheetah Girls) is about a woman who goes out, essentially
gets date raped by has a one night stand with a guy, but says the sex was Spectacular (which is also the song name) and he could do it again if he wanted to. I’ll share the music video, as well as the video response she released today defending the video, later in the post.
“Last I remember I was face down/Ass up, clothes off, broke off, dozed off/Even though I’m not sure of his name/He could get it again if he wanted….What was I drinking…I can’t believe I blacked out.”
This chick gives trashy Ke$ha a run for her money…and she sounds better too! I don’t mind the track to tell you the truth – LOL. Oh, it’s not like I don’t know a few (or a lot) of people that can relate to this song. Anyway, Williams is defending the song and video and has said the following in response:
“I am an actor and performer. I have been so since my first role in a television pilot at five-years-old. I am playing a character in the music video for the song ‘Spectacular’, as I did in the ‘Cheetah Girl’ movies….The fact is, that sometimes women get intoxicated and have unprotected sex. My video puts this issue fron and centre. It is absurd to infer or suggest I am condoning this behaviour.”
WTF does that even mean? Well, a family battling it out on the game show Family Feud was working on a category called “Things We Know About Ellen Degeneres.” There are several things we know about Ellen:
- She has a talkshow
- She’s a judge on American Idol
- She’s gay
- She’s a comedian
- She’s “married” to Portia
I could go on and on and on. Never would it cross my mind to say “Ellen doesn’t like our country very well,” for several reason. (a) Because it grammatically doesn’t even make sense. (b) Because Ellen is one of the kindest people out there. (c) As if that’s one of the answers, bozo! Check out the clip of Ellen showing the footage of the contestant saying this from the Family Feud show on her talk show, and her response to it. “Show Me Ellen Hates America….” I’ll give him the benefit of the doubt and say that perhaps it was coming from a place whereby she doesn’t like the country, because the U.S. doesn’t recognize her marriage – which in that case would be fair. It just, well, didn’t come out right.
A pretty 18-year old YouTube star (she turned 18 yesterday on April 7th) is now releasing a single under Jay-Z’s label and making her debut with Roc Nation and Sony Music Entertainment. The song “Happiness” is actually really hot, and she has an amazing voice. She says, “I only sing songs that are from my heart….Because if I can’t feel it, it’s not going to come out right.”
Makes sense, and I’m sure she’s feeling pretty happy right now – so it’s definitely coming out right. When she was 14, she entered America’s Got Talent and made it all the way to the semi-finals, with a show stopping performance of Whitney Houston’s “I Have Nothing.” Simon said, “You are an amazing singer,” and we all know he only says that when he means it.
Her next single will be “How You Like Me Now” where she struts her stuff and “let’s us know that success is always within her reach and that she is better than ever.”
That’s the name of her new hour long show (ONC) as she wraps up her daytime talk show after about 25 years. She will travel to “places such as Egypt and China,” and the show will most likely debut late next year. Sounds like a great way to spend her faux retirement. She’ll move from the Queen of Daytime to Queen of Nightime, perhaps! “I’m going to take viewers with me, going to take celebrities I want to interview with me,” said Oprah in an interview. I’d tune in!
A more in depth of the approximately 15 new shows for her OWN (the network venture between her and the Discovery Channel) is set for this Thursday, so advertisers can get a look at what the content is. One new show is a reality series about country singer Shania Twain that will follow her recovery from a broken marriage called “Why Not? With Shania Twain”. Ooh, a comeback? Maybe the theme song will be her hit, “Up”? Seems fitting. Another show is a reality show, created by the king of Reality TV Mark Burnett, which will search for the next TV-show star among Oprah fans.
Based on the huge response to my previous roulette articles, I have discover that there are a lot of gay or bi guys searching the web for the best roulette site. This is a new phenomenon of randomly video “chatting” (and I use that term very loosely) with other men (in this case) somewhere in the world. It started with ChatRoulette.com, a site with both men and women (and children for that matter) clicking through to find whatever it is they’re looking for, if only just a laugh. Then, gay copycat sites started popping up everywhere, essential for guys to, well, get off with each other randomly – oh yeah, maybe even chat a little too. Well, I’ve compiled a list of all the ones that I’ve been told about or investigated on my own, and I’m curious to know which one is the most popular amongst you guys.
Firstly, I’d like to mention, if this is your thing, you should use your judgment when showing your face on these sites. People are able to take a snapshot on their computer, and there’s no way it can be controlled. That’s why you agree (or disagree) to the terms & conditions before you start. So, be careful.
This guys is absolutely hilarious in discussing a few of his pet peeves…mostly because I can relate to a lot of them. My absolute favorite is one mentioned in the title. Seriously, what the hell is that stupid-ass cover for? It doesn’t fit in with the rest of my normal DVD cases, that already are in a case, and don’t need another cardboard case with the exact same information and image on it. That’s just annoying!
Other things that I find annoying:
Now, watch Kingsley’s video of his pet peeves. It’s hilarious.
This is so bizarre. KFC is introducing the most bizarre sandwich ever, and Burger King is copying one of McDonald’s sandwiches so they decided to make a commercial about copying McDonald’s sandwich.
First there’s KFC:
“The new KFC Double Down sandwich is real and it’s coming April 12th! This one-of-a-kind sandwich features two thick and juicy boneless white meat chicken filets (Original Recipe® or Grilled), two pieces of bacon, two melted slices of Monterey Jack and pepper jack cheese and Colonel’s Sauce. This product is so meaty, there’s no room for a bun!”
The Double Down comes in two versions – Original Recipe® (32 grams of fat, 540 calories, & 1380mg of Sodium) or Grilled (23 grams of fat, 460 calories, & 1430mg of Sodium). Throw two pieces of chicken together, some bacon, sauce, and cheese in the middle, and you’ve got something that would make Jamie Oliver the opposite of proud. PS. There’s even a countdown clock for this!
Now, in the following commerical, you witness the Burger King breaking into McDonald’s headquarters to steal the recipe for the Sausage & Egg McMuffin. He is successful, and leaves without getting caught. Here’s the twist – It’s Burger King’s commercial! I actually kinda love, since it’s so in your face and they’re definitely pushing the limit and likely figured out what they could & couldn’t do. So, they want to introduce their own Sausage & Egg muffin (BK Breakfast Muffin Sandwich), saying, “It’s not that original, but it’s super affordable.”
Tonight Justin finally comes out to everyone on Ugly Betty
Recently, Justin had his first gay kiss with his classmate, Austin in a groundbreaking episode for TV – but hadn’t come out of the closet yet to his family & friends.
In tonight’s episode, Justin has an intimate slow dance with Austin in front of his mom (Ana Ortiz) cousin Betty (America Ferrara) and friends Marc (Michael Urie) & Amanda (Becki Newton).
Marc Indelicato, who plays Justin, told US Weekly the following:
“I really am not doing this for myself. I’m doing this for everyone out there that doesn’t have a person to talk to, that doesn’t have a [mentor figure like] Marc St. James to chat with them,” Indelicato told Us Weekly. “I went into [filming] saying this is history, we’re making history now, and I’m so happy that it happened.”