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ANTM Cycle 16 Episode 10: “Camel Toes”

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Previously on America’s Next Top Model, Alexandria officially became one of my most loathed wannabes in all 16 cycles. No joke. She’s right up there with Robyn, Melrose, Jade, and Bree. Her winning ways, both the Go-See challenge and first call out, only exacerbated my disdain. She looks old, she’s fake, she’s bossy, and she brings the worst out in everyone else. Sigh. I guess I should just get used to her being around. Drama breeds stories that feed Tyrant’s editors. The other shiteous news was Jaclyn’s incredibly undeserved elimination. She had some GORGE shots this cycle. Gone too soon… especially when blow up doll Kasia is still in the running. Tonight, they’re off to Morocco. Who will get spit on by a camel first? Who will complain about sand in their coochies? How badly will Tyrant deliver a mangled Middle Eastern accent? Who will be eliminated tonight?

In off-topic other news, President Obama finally showed off his birth certificate today and made Donald Trump look like the total ass we all know him to be. Who in the hell is Donald Trump to rant and rave about the President’s birth. That jackass should be sued and then shoved under a waterfall so we can all see what he looks like when that rat’s nest of a hair-do comes unglued. Trumprant over. Back to Tyrant!

Not wasting any time with silly animated airplanes, we start off this week in Marrakesh. Oh look! A camel! We wouldn’t want to project any stereotypes on Top Model though… would we? The top five are all stoked to be there. Alexandria talks about being misunderstood. I tune her out. Molly is a little stressed about how everyone thinks she walks around wanting to kill people. She’s exaggerating, but she doesn’t want to be seen as the angry girl. She confesses that it might have something to do with abandonment issues from being adopted. Oh no. Not Molly! No more sob stories! Just own your shit and model! The only good thing happening is the joke Hannah just made about “camel toes”. Lols.

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A lot happened in last week’s episode, and now Matt, Mike, and Julie find themselves on Redemption Island and are going to battle it out in this episode. After Tribal council, Steve tried to bury the hatchet with Phillip…after the wacko accused Steve of being racist. Phillip is like an angry version of Gary Busey on The Apprentice, except with less clothes. Busey was fired and Phillip needs to go too! The guy says he had a premonition (another one) that he was going to find the shorts that Julie hid on him – and…he did. Ugh…the madness continues. He’s eager to show up to the Redemption Island challenge and show Julie that he found them.

Speaking of Redemption Island, Matt seems to be at his breaking point on the island (after 21 days on Redemption Island) which may affect his challenge against Mike in Julie today. In this challenge, it’s Survivor Shuffleboard. They each get three pucks. The first two to land their three pucks in the end zone continue on, while the third person is eliminated from the game and joins Dave on the jury.

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Did you watch the premiere of NBC’s “The Voice” last night? I did, and I looooooooooved it. When I first heard NBC was doing another singing competition show, I literally groaned out loud. With the network’s “The Sing-Off” and “America’s Got Talent” already on the air, along with Fox’s “American Idol” and upcoming “X-Factor“, did we really need another talent competition? Probably not, but I’m glad they decided to bring over Holland’s hit reality show, “The Voice of Holland” over to North America.

If you’ve watched the peacock network at all during the past few weeks, you were undoubtedly inundated with promos for the show. Most notably, their heavily touted unique “blind auditions“. The judges are forced to listen to the contestants’ voices. If they like what they hear, they press the button and their amusement ride-style chairs whip around, revealing the identity of the singer. If more than one judge wants the singer on their team, the judges pitch their mentoring skills to them, in hopes the singer chooses them.

The thing I enjoyed the most about the show was there were no gimmicky horrible performances used as comedy filler. That’s my biggest complaint about Idol and other reality shows. Just show me the talent. If I want to hear horrible people sing, I’ll record myself in the shower. Having said that, I’m glad that there were some singers tonight, who weren’t picked by any of the judges. They weren’t awful, they just didn’t have “The Voice“.

watch all the performances after the jump

Last night, the stars and their pros took on Guilty Pleasures. The ballroom was rocked by some killer performances from Chelsea & Mark and Romeo & Chelsie. Chris Jericho didn’t live up to the expectations and fell to the bottom of the leader board. Ralph & Karina took quite the tumble but managed to stay a float with Kendra & Louis not far behind. But who will be eliminated tonight?

In this two hour special, the first hour was dedicated to the Road to the Finals. Now that we’ve reached the half way point, it was time for the judges, previous winners and runners-up to share their expertise on how they think the current contestants are fairing within the competition. During which, we were treated to a special performance from the cast of Rock of Ages.

Tonight, we were also graced with the presence of ultimate guilty pleasure combo, New Kids on the Block and Backstreet Boys now known as NKOTBSB as well as a performance from American Idol castoff Pia Toscano and rumored boyfriend Mark Ballas who danced with Karina Smirnoff. So who was eliminated tonight?

Guest performance videos and results after the jump.

Well, it’s here. After one incredible season of RPDR we have reached the finale…and not a moment too soon. This year we had 3 extra weeks added in! 1. Because of a 13th contestant. 2. Because of a non elimination episode. 3. Because Carmen was brought back. OOOO CHILD RuPaul really knows how to milk her cash cow am I right?

In one of the worst kept secrets in RuPaul’s Drag Race history RAJA was crowned the winner, but we had a bunch of stuff to get through before she got her crown so let’s get to it right?

The final challenge to Raja, Manila and Alexis was presented to the three by Michelle Visage, who looked great last night. She presented the three with their final challenge, appearing in a music video with RuPaul for her new single “Champion” which we’ve got at the bottom of this post. The queen were going to represent Greek Goddesses in all their glory, Greek athletes, and have a sexy time dance with one of the pit crew. When they showed up to rehearsal they were greeted by their choreographer Borat, who showed them what they had to do. Raja and Manila were having a bit of trouble with the posing and steps, but in the end everything ended up working out fine. The girls were doing all the work while Ru just stood on her higher podium…I just said a mouthful there didn’t I?

Check out Tommy’s Interview with the winner after the jump…

Lindsay Lohan stopped by Jay Leno‘s “Tonight Show” yesterday for a pre-taped interview that will be airing this evening. She received a standing ovation from the audience when she walked in. In the interview, a very mature sounding Lohan speaks very positively about her currently situation and future outlook:

“I think that when, ya know, being young and being in a position that I was in, you don’t really take the time to appreciate what you have. It’s all kind of a whirlwind and people make decisions for you, but I’m not a kid anymore, I’m 24…. I’ve made a lot of mistakes and I recognize that. But I’m in the clear now and I feel like as long as I stay focused the I will be able to achieve what I want to achieve.”

You hear that? Apparently, she’s in the clear now. Lindsay chose to do her interview with Leno because she was appreciative of how he had treated her over the years, in comparison to some of the others. Aside from the personal drama in her life, Lohan also talks about the acting kind and reconfirms that she is going to be playing the role of John Gotti Jr.’s wife in the movie.

Watch a clip of the interview after the jump…

Last week, we said goodbye to Petra Nemcova and her partner Dmitry Chaplin after a week of performances that were a tribute to Americana. Thank god that week is over. Seriously. Worst theme idea for Dancing With the Stars ever. Thankfully, this week’s theme is real good: Guilty Pleasures.

The couples will perform their routine to those songs that we hate to admit that we love to sing to in the shower or in the car full blast with the windows rolled up. To kick off the show, the world’s ultimate guilty pleasure, Hanson performs their first ever single, MmmBop. It was great to hear and see the group all grown up. They’re looking pretty cute.

Okay, on to the show. The scores haven’t been separating our stars by very much. Literally, only 4 points separate the bottom from the top. Who will pull out on top this week?

Full recap after the jump.

Oprah Shows Her Digs To Nate Berkus

In: Donovan, TV Shows

Nate Berkus is pulling out the big guns for his fledging daytime talk show. The big guns, of course, is the big O herself, Oprah Winfrey. In a special edition of his fan-favorite, “House Proud” segment, Winfrey invites Nate and his viewers to check out her Montecito digs. She’s often refers to her California property as “The Promised Land“. During Nate’s visit, Oprah shows her protégée her most prized possession and the one closest to her heart. They also discuss why being hands-on with design and home décor means so much to her.

To say “The Nate Berkus” show is underperforming would be very polite. Ever since the show debuted in September 2010, it’s delivered anemic ratings. All of Winfrey’s previous spinoffs have ended their freshmen series as the highest-rated new show of their respective years. Til this day Dr. Phil, Rachel Ray and Dr. Oz are still daytime hits. Unfortunately the same can’t be said for Nate Berkus, whose show might not even make it to season two. He’s running a distant second to Nancy Grace’s show for freshman honors which attracts about 2 million a day, as opposed to Nate’s 1.2 million.

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