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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I LOVE this campaign: Trailblazer. When famous actors and musicians are honest about who they are, it sends such a powerful message to those growing up and new artists just starting out in Hollywood. I can only imagine if Ricky Martin had come out a long time ago when I was listening to him as a teen, how encouraging that would have been for me. There are countless others like him that remain in the closet because they are scared of what it might do to their career, and to that I’ll bring in another campaign slogan and say, “It Gets Better“. And honestly, what’s the point in living your life as a lie for a paycheck? Surely, there are more important things in life, not to mention the value their courage to come out would be to others that live in fear.

The campaign was started by James Duke Mason, and here’s how he describes it: “It’s similar to the It Gets Better Project except that ‘Trailblazer’ focuses exclusively on openly gay celebrities. Its goal is essentially to help create a more accepting environment for openly gay entertainers in Hollywood so that eventually we might have our very own ‘Sidney Poitier’, our own trailblazer who breaks the barrier for LGBT people.”

Check out Mason explaining the campaign and Chad Allen’s video below. Keep the videos coming people – there are so many people you would be inspiring should you dare to be honest about who you are! Set an example – be a Trailblazer!

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I know what you’re thinking: “Don’t all Ark Music Factory videos go wrong?” Well, I guess it depends on how you look at it. Considering Rebecca Black’s “Friday” music video has well over 100 million views now, it’d be a stretch to call that a failure. For those of you that don’t know, Ark Music Factory is the company that created Rebecca Black, specializing in grooming preteen pop star wannabes and helping them with their music videos.

In the following Ark Music Factory Parody, a faux teen girl is singing about “Besties Night,” having her girlfriends over for a slumber party. Well, what could possibly go wrong? If you remember in Rebecca Black’s video, there is a rap verse where some older gets his own little cameo/rap while driving around. Well, the same thing happens in this video, except the rappers (who look like “The Creepers” from The Lonely Island) show up at the girls “Besties Night” and the slumber party turns into a big shaker…and Tommy Lee shows up. And then…

Find out what happens below.

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In an effort to help address childhood obesity in school’s, Michelle Obama enlisted Beyonce to help. Together, they’ve created the “Let’s Move! Flash Workout” campaign. The campaign calls for middle school students across the nation to participate in a pre-choreographed “Let’s Move!” dance exercise routine at an identical time – Tuesday, May 3, at 1:42 p.m. Eastern Time.

The video and song for the dance was just released, and it features a dance workout led by Beyonce herself. The song is a reworked, re-recorded version of “Get Me Bodied,” with some familiar aspects of other songs as well. I’ll tell you this, I like it better than Girls (Who Run The World). That song might grow on me once the accompanying music video comes out. As you’d expect from a workout campaign video, Beyonce and the kids are working it out dancing the whole time and having a blast in this video. Love Beyonce in her bright lime green leg warmers! Check it out!

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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“.

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You thought SNL’s popular animated sketch comedy characters were The Ambiguously Gay Duo? Well, the two males in Budweiser’s new commercial are causing people to request the featured soldier to Do Ask and Do Tell. The military-themed ad, titled “Coming Home“, which debuted Tuesday, starts off with a soldier calling another male and saying, “it’s me. I’m coming home.” Hmmm. Let’s investigate further. The video then continues in split screen format, showing the soldier making the voyage home on one side. While on the other, his “friend” is busy preparing a party for him. Eventually they meet and have a long embrace. The soldier then hugs a woman and then what looks to be his parents later.

Adding more fuel to the fire is the fact the ad is viewer-restricted on YouTube. In other words, you have to sign in and confirm you’re over a certain age to view it. If they were simply two close buds, I doubt that warning would be there. On second thought, even if it was gay-themed, why would YouTube require that? Is the popular video website hate-criming on the homos? Watch the commercial video below and judge for yourself.

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Hell yeah! Britney Spears has apparently co-written three of the tracks for Selena Gomez that will be on Justin Bieber’s GF’s upcoming album – is set to be released on Tuesday, June 28th. Can’t wait to download it! BreatheHeavy.com broke the story today.

One of the songs is called “Whiplash,” a song that didn’t make the cut on Brit’s “Femme Fatale” album. Judging by the name of the track, as well as how good the songs (and bonus songs) are on Femme Fatale, it’s gonna be a hit. Dr. Luke and Kevin Rudolph have even confirmed the news. When asked about Whiplash, Rudolph told Billboard Brazil, “The lyrics are like a drug, so catchy! They’re easy, fast and really sexy!”

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She may be the queen of the Upper East Side, but with Blake Lively’s signature blond locks, she’s ever the quintessential California beach girl. Imagine everyone’s surprise when the “Gossip Girl” star showed up at Time Magazine’s 100 Most Influential People In The World gala on Tuesday night. Looking like Ariel from the “Little Mermaid“, Lively debuted a brand new red-hot look. Mind you, it’s probably difficult for the stunning actress to look horrible.

Perhaps, this was an attempt for Blake to prove she’s worthy of Time’s inclusion of her on the influential list. We’ll see how many blonds head to their hair colorists tomorrow to emulate her new look. Most likely the color switch-up is for an upcoming role. She’s signed on to star in Oliver Stone’s upcoming film “Savages“. It’s also rumored that Blake is up for the role of Glinda in Sam Raimi’s “Oz: The Great and Powerful“. Check out Blake’s crimson new locks below.

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