Whenever James Van Der Beek appears in a Funny or Die clip you’re guaranteed comedic gold. Who could forget his “DILF Khakis” and “Asshole For Hire” sketches? His latest one is equally as memorable and quite timely.
The 38-year-old actor teams up with Anna Camp to poke fun at Indiana’s new religious freedom law. The two are hosts on a shopping network. Things get pretty uncomfortable when LGBT callers attempt to purchase the set of porcelain plates Van Der Beek and Camp are hawking.
Anna slays it as a conservative religious homophobe. Her comment about Utah cracked me up. Definitely give it a view below.
The last batch of Charlie by Matthew Zink promo images featuring the scrumptious Cole Monahan proved so popular, I felt it was only my duty to share the latest set. Someone’s gotta do it right?
The Elite Miami model gets super greased up to show off the brand’s luxury brief swimwear. The image of Monahan propping up his juicy behind is almost too much to handle. Check out more photos below.
It’s no secret that my silver fox crush is Andy Cohen. I can just picture us in bed talking about the Housewives til dawn ;)
Instead of pranking his fans, the 46-year-old personality decided to celebrate April Fool’s Day in a different way. He revealed his Top 5 favorite shirtless moments on his talk show, Watch What Happens Live.
Hunky supermodel Tyson Beckford and the bartenders of Vanderpump Rules made the cut along with Below Deck’s Kelly Johnson. Speaking of the latter, have you seen his leaked naked selfie? His ‘below deck’ is equally as impressive as his ‘upper deck.’
Check out the compilation below. The top pick might surprise you. It definitely did me.
What better way to enjoy hump day than by salivating over some delicious rumps.
aussieBum recently released promo images for several of their swimwear lines. Bring out your wild and fiery side with their Animal series. Maybe navigate your next underwater adventure by rocking out their scuba-inspired Neoprene swimsuit line. Perhaps you want to make a colorful and bold statement with their Splash offerings.
If you’re not a beach bum, check out their Daintree collection inspired by the eco-system. Whatever your flavor, the Aussie brand has something for you. Summer is just around the corner.
Even if you’re not in the market for new swimwear or underwear, it doesn’t hurt to window shop, especially when the windows are impeccably chiseled mates. Check out more images below.
Paris Hilton revealed to Billboard that she has an upcoming residency in Las Vegas. She has residencies at Amnesia Ibiza and Harrah’s Atlantic City, and will soon be taking her show to Las Vegas.
When asked about the misconceptions about her as a DJ, Hilton told Billboard: “There are so many rumors out there. People who think that I don’t play live. There are so many haters that make up so many stories. But anybody who comes and sees a show and watches behind the booth will see I know exactly what I’m doing. I’ve been training so hard for the past five years. I think I’ve really improved myself.” She also explained, “DJing is about entertaining, having fun with the crowd, and making people have the time of their lives.”
Sin City residencies seems to be the thing these days. Following in the footsteps of Celine Dion, Elton John, and Britney Spears, even Chris Brown has apparently just landed a residency gig with his first show date booked for May 2. He’s not scheduled every weekend, but has his second show on July 4.
I went to Vegas last year and there’s a lot of entertaining shows for the gay community to enjoy. A few of us from Homorazzi went to Britney Spears’ show as well as the Chippendales, just to name a few. From best comeback to best career-changing moment to biggest Las Vegas Queen of All, click here for a Gay Guide to the Most Fabulous Las Vegas Shows In History.
Check out Paris Hilton’s most recent music video below.
For their latest issue, Glamoholic corralled some of Hollywood’s hottest hunks. Former One Tree Hill hottie Chad Michael Murray graces the cover but it’s two inside spreads that have me hot and bothered, in a good way.
Robbie Amell (Duff) and Derek Theler (Baby Daddy) smolder for the camera for their respective fashion editorials. While both have great bodies, it’s their smizing that has me swooning. Boys are giving bedroom eyes to the hilt. Check out both spreads below and weigh in on which stud you think smolders more.
The only thing that could make this new Netflix offering even more delicious is if somehow Dolly Parton was involved. Can producers please make that happen if the series is renewed for a second season. Pretty please for a 9 to 5 reunion.
Grace and Frankie comes from Marta Kauffman (Friends) and Howard J. Morris. Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin are long-time rivals but are brought together after their husbands announce they are in love with each other and plan to get married. Martin Sheen and Sam Waterston play their newly-out former spouses.
“People say we have a lot of chemistry together,” Tomlin tells PEOPLE. “It’s because we’ve been friends for so many years. It seems like we’ve known each other always.”
Brooklyn Decker, Ethan Embry, Baron Vaughn and June Diane Raphael round out the cast. All 13 episodes will be available to stream starting on Friday, May 8. Check out more preview pics below. I can’t wait to binge watch this.
Mike Pucillo is a three-time All-American and 2008 National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) champion wrestler. In a recent interview with The Open Mat, the 28-year-old athlete opens up about struggling with his sexuality during his competitive years and reveals why he chose now to come out.
“I wish I was able to be myself seven years ago while still competing in college, but it isn’t until now that I am comfortable with myself to tell my story. I want people to know that you aren’t alone. If I can just help one person get through, then I will be happy.”
After competing, Pucillo transitioned to coaching at Ohio State in 2011. He only spent a year as an assistant coach for the following reason. “I didn’t need to make anyone feel uncomfortable in the locker room. …There was a thought in my mind [that] people outside wrestling call it a gay sport and look at me, I’m the gay guy, they were right. Maybe there was that part of it.”