Andrew Christian’s boys, dressed in their finest Blow underwear, are on the prowl. They’ve strapped down Jacob Ford for the ride of his life. Sean Zevran, Ryan Rose, Peter Le and Dominic Pacifico make his body rock by grinding their sweaty bodies and manhandling every inch of his body. It ends with Ford being stuffed with his very own dirty skivvies.
For an Andrew Christian promo video, it’s relatively tame in terms of nudity but it’s equally, if not hotter, than some of their more NSFW clips. Sometimes less is more. Check out AC’s “The Blow Show” below featuring “Make My Body Rock” by Ari Gold.
For this week’s Sports Stud, we are featuring sexy U.S. Olympic pro snowboarder, Louie Vito. Aside from being in the 2010 Olympics here in Vancouver, Vito is a Winter X Games and U.S. Grand Prix Champion.
Vito resides in Sandy, Utah and has had his own Redbull sponsored YouTube show about his life there. He was a contestant on Season 9 of Dancing With The Stars, partnered with Chelsie Hightower, and was also featured in ESPN’s 2011 Bodies We Want (The Naked Issue). He has a pretty cool tattoo sleeve and a great body.
Check out his pictures and videos below!
The promotion train is full speed ahead for Adam Lambert’s forthcoming third studio album, The Original High. He’s definitely working the grind to ensure the word is out. Hot off the heels of his broody spread for Hunger comes another editorial in a high-profile magazine.
The 33-year-old poses for an 11-page spread in the new issue of Attitude magazine. Glambert is looking pretty fine these days. He also opens up about life as a ‘post-gay’ pop star, his fellow gay compatriots and his new LP. Check out a few quotes below, along with another photo from the issue.
“Sam Smith, hats off, he has had an amazing year, he’s a lovely guy. I’ve met him a few times. I’m so happy for him, and I’m so happy his sexuality wasn’t a big thorn in his side. It was just: ‘This is who I am, I’m cool with it and so you should be too.’ And his songs are timeless and beautiful, and everybody relates to them. He’s doing it right, for sure.”
Adam Lambert is about to embark on a new era with his third studio album, The Original High. It’s his first offering since leaving RCA Records over creative differences and signing with his new label. I can’t wait for the lead cut, “Ghost Town,” to drop on April 21. The slinky Max Martin-produced track will undoubtedly be huge club hit.
The 33-year-old singer talks about his new album, singing with Queen, advancing gay rights in the music industry with Hunger. Lambert also poses for a stunning broody fashion editorial snapped by Rankin for the publication. Check out more photos and quotes below.
“The first single feels like the perfect introduction to The Original High. It establishes itself in a very earthy, vulnerable way and transforms into a hypnotic dream full of surreal imagery and set to a minimal yet massive deep house beat. The hook will worm its way into your ears after the first listen. Get ready!”
It wasn’t the most engaging and exciting show, but I looked forward to my weekly fill of Jonathan Groff and his Castro crew. Sadly, HBO decided not to renew the gay dramedy for a third season. Given its very anemic ratings, this doesn’t come as a huge surprise. However, I was still hoping the underdog series could pull the horseshoe out of its proverbial ass.
There is a silver lining to this sad news though. The network announced a Looking movie to wrap up the storylines. Thank God!. I want to Dom (Murray Bartlett) to have his happy ending and for Patrick (Groff) to finally choose between Kevin (Russell Tovey) and Richie (Raul Castillo). Team Richie over here!!! As far as Agustin (Frankie J. Alvarez), I couldn’t care less. His character is beyond unlikeable.
Check out HBO’s statement below, along with showrunner Michael Lannan’s tweet regarding the follow-up movie.
Did you enjoy Calvin Harris stripping down to his tighty whities? You’ll be glad to know the Scottish DJ is prepping for a new ad campaign for Emporio Armani. The 31-year-old entertainer teased that new visuals were coming by posting another shirtless selfie on Instagram.
“On tour but also training for next Armani shoot! Staying in a gym routine while on the road is tricky, but as long as you don’t drink, eat well, sleep enough and take one of those mad little ab rollers with u everywhere you’ll be good.” – Harris about his fitness regime via Instagram
The drinking and sleeping part is definitely the hardest for me. Papa loves his cocktails and staying up late ;) Check out Harris’ latest shirtless selfie below.
It’s not the first time we’ve seen someone awkwardly react while reading Grindr messages. Nor will it be the last. This latest one though featuring Irish radio personality Riyadh Khalaf and his mother is worth the watch.
Khalaf didn’t read his inbox for three weeks and unleashed them all on his mother in one sitting. The messages aren’t the filthiest I’ve heard but her facial reactions and her adorable accent make it an entertaining.
My favorite moment occurs when she finds a nice polite message but quickly changes her opinion on the sender when she sees his photos. Superficial realness LOL!!!
A couple of years ago, Jeremy Irons made controversial comments about same-sex marriage in an interview with Huffington Post. The 66-year-old actor sparked outrage, suggesting that legalizing gay marriage might lead to incest between fathers and sons. He implied that benefits of a change in the law might lead to fathers marrying sons in order to pass on property to avoid inheritance tax. Not surprisingly, Irons backtracked on his comments the days following.
“I think gay marriage is wonderful. I think any reason that holds anybody together in a relationship is great,” Jeremy said. “If it works as glue, if it makes you feel better, if it makes you feel you love your partner more, then great.”
His 29-year-old son, Max Irons opens up about his father’s comments in the latest issue of OUT magazine. Here’s what the younger Irons said.
“I remember thinking, You don’t know what you’re talking about. You’re thinking through a problem out loud. I know my father, and his views are similar to mine: As long as you don’t harm anyone else, what you do and who you love are nobody’s business. He has since clarified as far as I understand, and truth be told, if you pushed him to explain what he was talking about, I don’t think he’d actually know.”
Max also talks about carving out his own career in Hollywood, his role models and his upcoming film, The Riot Club, for the publication. Check out more quotes below, along with photos snapped by Kai Z. Feng.