This Fall, Lea Michele and Ariana Grande will appear on the small screen together on Ryan Murphy’s new anthology series, Scream Queens. I can’t wait. Murphy, without a doubt, always delivers on a killer first season of any of his programs. His subsequent ones are a bit less predictable. Just look at Glee and American Horror Story’s last seasons. #underwhelming
In an upcoming episode of the FOX musical, Michele covers Grande’s dance hit “Break Free.” Not surprisingly, Lea sounds fantastic on it. Perhaps it due to the fact she actually enunciates ;) It’s a shame her recording career never went anywhere. She truly is a gifted vocalist. Hopefully, Lea sports Ariana’s signature ponytail during the scene she performs this song. Check out Lea and company’s cover below.
Leave it to the Oscars’ first openly gay male host to walk out in his underwear. What homo could resist an opportunity to show off his ripped bod to billions of people, right ;) I kid. The bit featuring the 41-year-old actor in his tighty whities actually spoofed eventual Best Picture winner Birdman.
Naturally, being the catty gays that most of us are, many wondered exactly how much padding took place. While some extra material was added, it’s not for what you think. The extra fabric wasn’t used to enhance NPH’s personal assets but rather to keep the viewing public viewing from seeing it clearly. Watch Neil explain everything on Live With Kelly And Michael below.
If the reports are true, Selena Gomez is finally over Justin Bieber and has moved on. #thankgod!!! The 22-year-old singer is now romantically linked to Russian-German music producer, Zedd. Good for her. Not only is the DJ not so douchey but he’ll be beneficial to her recording career.
The rumored couple has teamed up for “I Want You To Know.” It’s clear that these two not only have chemistry out of the recording studio but in it as well. With that being said, the track, while upbeat and fun to listen to, brings nothing new to the EDM genre. It’s no “Clarity” and not even Zedd’s last big hit, “Break Free” with Ariana Grande, but still, a pleasant listen and should do damage on the charts.
“I Want You To Know” will be featured on Zedd’s forthcoming second studio album. Though Zedd produced and wrote the track, reportedly, Ryan Tedder assisted as well. Give the tune a listen below.
Like clockwork, the ‘In Memoriam‘ segment during the Oscars telecast sparks outrage immediately after it airs. Inevitably, there’s people omitted that the viewing public feel should’ve been included. Joan Rivers was the case this year.
While the comedy legend never won an Oscar or was ever nominated for one (although some say she was robbed for Spaceballs LOL), she was an integral part to the annual extravaganza with her red carpet coverage. She immortalized the phrase, “Who are you wearing?”
Naturally, Joan’s daughter, Melissa, was “disappointed” with her mom’s omission. According to TMZ, she wasn’t happy about the snub with sources saying she was left disappointed by the decision not to include Joan.
Read the Academy’s response to the snub below, along with watching the ‘In Memoriam’ segment just in case you missed it the first time around.
NOW THIS IS MORE LIKE IT!!! After the underwhelming lead cut, Kelly Clarkson delivers a scorching new track off her forthcoming album, Piece by Piece.
While “Heartbeat Song” grew on me (albeit at a snail’s pace), it’s by far her worst-charting lead single in recent memory. The verses are solid but the hook is weak. In essence, the track is a poor man’s version of Kelly’s bigger hits.
Thankfully, we now have “Invincible” written by the one and only Sia Furler. The empowering anthem has potential hit written all over it. Kelly’s signature powerful vocals shine on the Greg Kurstin and Jesse Shatkin-produced number. With this new song, I have faith that Clarkson’s new LP won’t be a bomb. Give “Invincible” a listen below.
For this week’s Sports Stud I’ve chosen an incredibly sexy French decathlete named Romain Barras. He represented France at the 2004 Summer Olympics and came in thirteenth place overall in the decathlon. In 2010, he came first overall for the decathlon at the European Championships in Barcelona, Spain.
Barras modelled for a French underwear company called Athena where he and some other athletes stripped down to nothing. He’s also posed nude for a calendar for charity as well. Apparently Barras loves his gay fans and was actually once featured on the cover of Tetu Magazine, France’s most popular gay magazine. I’ve included pictures and videos from these campaigns below.
For an Andrew Christian video, this one is relatively tame. There’s not a bunch of glistening bare butts and closeups of bulges swinging about. Sometimes less is more and leaving something to the imagination works much better. That being said, I hope the more salacious stuff keeps coming.
It’s all about Jarec Wentworth in a new clip from the underwear company. The gay porn star walks the streets of Los Angeles armed with a pair of boots, headphones and naturally, his Andrew Christian underwear.
If the visual featuring the Simple Minds classic hit, “Don’t You (Forget About Me)” looks more like an authentic music video rather than an underwear promo vid, it’s due to the director. Fellow adult actor Colt Rivers is also a legit director. He once directed a music video for Backstreet Boys. Check out his AC clip below.
It’s the music circle of life. Ricky Martin got his start in the music industry being part of the boyband Menudo.
The 43-year-old is now paying it forward and joining forces with Simon Cowell to find the next ultimate Latino boyband. Cowell knows a thing or two in this arena as well. I’m sure you’ve heard of the little group he manufactured called One Direction ;)
“I am very excited to be a part of this innovative program, together with Simon Cowell,” said Ricky Martin. “Our community needs musical projects in order to cultivate its talents; which is why I feel it’s the perfect moment for a show like ‘La Banda.’ There is so much talent to be discovered and I’m sure we’ll find the next musical phenomenon with the help of not only the judges but also the fans.”