Video Parody: Old Lady Gaga – Alejandro

In: Patrick, Videos

The latest Lady Gaga spoof is of her most recent, elaborate, over-the-top video – Alejandro. From The Batteries Down series, Jackie Hoffman plays Old Lady Gaga in their interpretation of the elderly version of Gaga’s vid. There is a lot of the same choreography, hot guys with corresponding six packs gyrating, and Old Lady Gaga with a walker…gettin’ dirty. I’m not quite sure I get this whole old lady idea, but it’s funny nonetheless.

The other actors include Nick Adams, David Hull, Michael Mindlin, Brian Patrick Murphy, Constantine Rousouli and Brian Spitulnik.

Check out the video after the jump…

World Cup Hottie of the Day: Iker Casillas

In: Patrick, Sports & Health

Ever since he joined soccer when he was young, he’s been recognized as one of the best goalie’s in Europe. He’s known for his speed, agility, and quick reflexes – with that, his nickname is “San Iker,” meaning Saint Iker. This guy is a big deal, having been named the world’s best goalkeeper in 2008 by the IFFHS.

  • Date of Birth: May 20th, 1981
  • Height: 184 cm
  • Shirt number: 1
  • Position: Goalkeeper
  • Current club: Real Madrid (ESP)
  • International Caps: 105

Despite being the elite player that he is, Casillas is describe as a modest guy who, I guess you could say, is still the Jenny From The Block Iker Casillas that grew up in a middle class family. This standup guy devotes a lot of his time to charitable causes. This keeper’s a keeper!

More sexy pics coupled with a bit of a scandal, after the jump…

With great two episodes in, this show is rapidly attracting new viewers and respect from the art community. Who can blame them? Brian and I are definitely hooked on this show. The remaining artists meet up with host China Chow at the art gallery to hear the deets of this weeks’ challenge. In front of them are 6 huge white placards with a Helvetica-font question mark adorning one side. China instructs the artists one by one to grab a paint tube. As each one grabs their tube, some of the artists are worried this is a group challenge. No one is more worried than Jaclyn, since she picked the same “theme” as Judith.

Once everyone has been assigned a “theme”, the placards are revealed and each show a cover of a classic novel. Ergo this week’s challenge.

CHALLENGE: Create a cover for a classic book.

Kathryn Court from Penguin Publishing inform the contestants that the winner of this challenge will have their work as the book cover for the respective novel and will be sold all over America. They will have one day, $100 to spend at Utrecht Art to complete this project. Since the prize is so valuable, the winner will not receive immunity as part of their win.

view this week’s artwork after the jump

SYTYCD 7: Top 10 Performances Recap

In: Dan, TV Shows

So we are already down to our top ten dancers (which believe me is as weird to type as it is to say out loud) as Alexie left the competition week after a sub-par solo routine that left the judges wondering if she really had what it took to continue in the competition. Tonight, everyone needs to step up their game if they want to make it through tomorrow night’s elimination round! Enough chatter, let’s jump right into the action!

Random note; does ANYONE else notice the forced clapping when they introduce Nigel as the executive producer?! BRILLIANT disdain from the audience!!


The first person to take to the stage was Cristina dancing the Pasa Doble choreographed by SYTYCD Canada judge Jean-Marc and his wife France, with Pasha (Daddy McDadderson), performed to Ira Deorum/Sanctus by James Dooley. Right from the start all I could think was DANG is Pasha a hot man, with a nice ass in purple pants! Once again I found myself watching him throughout the entire routine and commenting out loud that Cristina is just not strong enough in her own style. Her extensions weren’t strong enough, and I do not love her feet. She really is the weakest dancer for me out of the remaining contestants.

watch the rest of the performances after the jump

Music: Top 5 Dance Hits Dave Audé Edition

In: Music, Redd

It’s almost time for me to fly away to Europe for my annual trip, where I can dance with my ripped body courtesy of hard work and P90X, wearing nothing but speedos. I might as well enjoy my body while I still have it cause youth won’t last forever. It is Pride season so buff half-naked bodies will be rampant… oh the horror to some people and to some a delight. That being said, we all need music to shake our booties to and right now my favourites happen to be mostly Dave Audé remixes. They’re happy and perfect for Summer!

Carmen Reece – Raindrop (Dave Audé Club Remix)

This is a great follow up to her first hit single, Right Here (which also was remixed by Dave Aude)

Four more hot remixes that you Aude listen to after the jump…

Troll Dolls: The Movie

In: Movies, Patrick

Sooner or later, all of our old toys will be movie stars. Another toy from your past (now in your parent’s attic) is coming to life in a movie about the infamous “Treasure Trolls” or “Troll Dolls”, as they were referred to. I totally remember these. I think I had a few of them actually, but the one that comes to mind was a doctor with purple hair. So random. Anyway…

DreamWorks Animation has officially licensed the character/doll from a Danish company called “Dam Things.” They’ve also hired brother & sister Adam Wilson and Melanie Wilson LaBracio bring those Dam Things to life and write a script around the Troll dolls’ mythology – whatever that may be. If you saw Toy Story 3, the dolls that originally came out in the 1960s, made a cameo as passengers on a train in the opening sequence of the movie.

The dolls were first made by by Danish woodcarver Thomas Dam as a prezzie for his daughter. Little did he know that the toy would become legendary. In 2003, the Toy Industry Association named Troll dolls one of the 100 most memorable & most creative toys of the 20th century. Holy Troll-y!

Weezer just released a track called Represent that’s being pegged the “unofficial” song of the 2010 World Cup, Nelly Furtado, Força style. The band leaves Buddy Holly and their Island In The Sun behind, and head to the soccer field. The music video features very wee amount of Weezer, and mostly soccer highlights of Team USA and Algeria.

Here are some of the inspiring lyrics, sung by Rivers Cuomo (lead vocalist and a big soccer fan himself):

“One hundred years from now / Gonna look back on this day / Where you goin to be? / And what are they goin’ to say? / I see my name in lights / The people call my name / It’s all up to you.”

The song itself was released on June 11th, paying tribute to the World Cup. Check it out and let me know what you think!

Check out the song/video after the jump…

Scissor Sisters Cover Kylie’s All The Lovers

In: Music, Patrick

You’re gonna love this! The Scissor Sisters recently performed a cover of Kylie Minogue’s hit, “All The Lovers,” on BBC Radios 1’s Live Lounge show. They sing it with a big of a country feel which actually worked really well!

Both Scissor Sisters and Kylie Minogue are both coming out with their new albums this summer. Scissor Sisters album, Night Work, will be released in only a matter of days, on 28 June 2010. They recently released their lead single, Fire With Fire which coincidently is a hot song. Kylie’s will be released a short time after, on July 5th.

Check out the cover of All The Lovers and their performance of Fire With Fire!

Video after the jump…

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