Tom Ford Spring 2011 Womenswear

In: Fashion, Redd

Tom Ford Spring 2011 Fashion Show in New York featuring a star studded catwalk with: Beyonce, Julianne Moore, Lisa Eisner, Daphne Guinness, Liya Kebede, Natalia Vodianova, Daria Werbowy, Stella Tennant, Amber Valletta, Rinko Kikuchi, Rita Wilson, Lauren Hutton, Rachel Feinstein Currin, Marisa Berenson, Joan Small, Anja Rubik, Carolyn Murphy, Du Juan, Lou Doillon, Julia Restoin Roitfeld, Chanel Iman, Abbey Lee Kershaw, Freja Beha Erichsen, Edita Vilkeviciute, and Karlie Kloss.

Is there anything this sexy man can touch that doesn’t turn to gold? His designs are pure sex as they walk down the runway and make every type of woman look and feel sexy. I think Julianne Moore embodies the Tom Ford woman to a T. Check out the video on the next part of the post.

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GIRL! I am LOVING this season so far, it’s such a step up from last season I can’t even begin to tell you.

Tonight’s episode was hysterical I loved it so much, and we’re really getting to know everyone’s personalities a lot more. The whole premise of this week’s episode was about WERKING it out haha. They had to make a hilarious workout video! LOVE THAT! After winning the first challenge of the day, Manila & Carmen were chosen as the team captains. Each of the girls had to create an exercise and demonstrate it as part of the video. To top it all off, they had fitness guru and STOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOP THIS INSANITY broad SUSAN POWTER… SHUT.YOUR.MOUTH. You remember her, the one with the shock white hair? How could you forget girl!

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Debra Messing Joins NBC’s Pilot Project, Smash

In: TV Shows, Tyrell

A few weeks back, I told you about Steven Spielberg’s newest TV pilot project for NBC titled Smash. The concept is a group of adults in the musical theatre industry in New York, work together to create a Broadway musical. Most details on the project have been pretty minimal considering it is still in the beginning phases. However, a casting announcement has dropped that has everyone a buzz.

Debra Messing has joined on and quelle surprise Jacqueline… she’s playing opposite a homo. This time, her gay ‘romantic lover’ won’t be an uptight attorney, but a musical composer working on the same show as her character, Julia.

Find out more info on Smash after the jump.

11th Annual CyberSocket Award Winners

In: Totally GAY!, Tyrell

The 11th Annual CyberSocket Web Awards were presented last night in West Hollywood to the leaders in the online gay porn industry. Hosted by Chico’s Angels, last night’s show was the best ever. Chi Chi LaRue DJ’d the pre and post show festivities and Frenchie Davis performed during the ceremony.

The CyberSocket Awards are the only event of its kind in honoring the best of GLBT websites. The best websites are rewarded in two different categories: Industry Choice Awards and Surfer’s Choice Awards. CyberSocket believes it is important to recognize these sites for being technological entrepreneurs, agents of free expressions and innovators or queer media.

Sites are nominated based on how well they fulfilled their advertised mission, usefulness, design and uniqueness. Then us, the porn viewing public (shame shame) vote on who we think is deserving. Each website or performer who wins receives a one-of-a-kind, personalized CyberSocket trophy.

Check out the 2011 Winners after the jump.

Book Review: Lady Gaga – Behind the Fame

In: Dan, Random Reads

In 2010 a good friend and confident of Lady Gaga, Emily Herbert, decided to pen a tell-all book describing the incredible (and quick) rise to fame of the now legendary pop star phenomena that is Lady Gaga, born Stefani Joanne Angelina Germanotta. Naturally, when I saw this book on the shelf I had to snap it up to read – my infatuation with Lady Gaga and everything she stands for is bordering on crazy (similar to her personal style) and I was surprised with myself that I wasn’t aware this book was inexistence!

Throughout the pages Herbert gives an incredibly detailed personal experience of Stefani’s pursuit of fame, art, revolution and love, all whist she transcends from a local New York girl working her way through the underground pop scene to the international gay rights icon, Lady Gaga. Believe me, if you think you know everything about Lady Gaga, I guarantee this book will prove otherwise. Although I was familiar with her New York roots and the round about way she claimed the name Lady Gaga, there were several darker stories in Gaga’s past that I wasn’t aware of and Herbert’s words did a brilliant job of showcasing the emotion and pain behind each individual step of the process.

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What makes a great commercial? Dramatic, funny, human interest, memorable, taboo… relatable?

The Super Bowl draws some of the best advertising efforts of the year. This year was no exception. So, here’s my list of companies which produced the winning and losing commercials of Super Bowl XVL.

2011 Super Bowl Winning Commercials

Budweiser (NYSE:BUD)

No stranger to this list, Budweiser is back again this year with some excellent commercials. My favorite beer commercial this year is representing the bud light brand.

10. Bud Light: Hack Job

see other memorable commercials after the jump

This morning, the nominees for the 2011 NewNowNext Awards were announced and I’m honored to say that Homorazzi was asked to be a part of the nominating committee this year. This year, you the public can vote on 8 amazing categories ranging from movies to music to TV to the best of the internet.

So what are the NewNowNext awards? Well, they are unlike any awards show out there. They celebrate all things fabulous in pop culture that you will be living for in the upcoming year. This year, the awards ceremony will on Logo TV on Monday, April 11th at 10/9C.

No word on hosts or performers yet but a new awards has been announced. This year, Entertainment Weekly will present the first ever Entertainment Weekly Inspiration Awards which will be given to an entertainer who inspires hope and change through his or her work in public service.

See the full list of nominees after the jump.

The anticipation was high for Christina Aguilera to let her vocal chords wail as she sang the National Anthem at the world’s largest stage, the Super Bowl. She started off strong and had everyone in the stadium tapped in. And then, suddenly, a line from the famous anthem suddenly was re-written by Aguilera herself.

When she was supposed to sing “O’er the ramparts we watched, were so gallantly streaming…”, she instead sang a remixed version of another line and came out like this: “What so proudly we watched at the twilight’s last reaming…” And the look on the faces of the players and spectators was one to remember.

Today, Christina apologized for the error saying “I can only hope that everyone could feel my love for this country and that the true spirit of its anthem still came through.” In an interview when the news of her singing the anthem was released, she mentioned she had been singing the song since she was seven and was excited to be apart of this huge event. I guess she should have practiced for one more year. What did you think of Christina’s anthem flop?

Watch the anthem performance after the jump.

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