After two failed marriages, you’d think walking down the aisle a third time would be out of the question for UK personality Katie Price. For most, two divorces would be a sign that perhaps you’re not marriage material. But if Kieran Hayler, a part-time professional male stripper, is on bended knee, you can’t really blame her for trying again. Who wouldn’t want to snuggle up to Hayler on a nightly basis?

Typically, debates bore me to death, but when you have a hot guy with a Herculean physique being used as a prop, it’s hard not to take notice. During a comedic argument on whether men want to be perceived as sex objects, Kieran walks out in a naval uniform. Once the music starts, his clothes “magically” come off within a matter of seconds.

The clip is on the longer side, lasting almost 10 minutes, but the hijinks are worth a watch. Ogling him in all his naked glistening glory will be the best thing you do all day. The comedians’ colorful descriptions of Kieran’s perfect body are hilarious. In my opinion, the red team (pro side) clearly won the debate. Check out the debate below and see if you agree with my decision.

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Homorazzi Hawt Topics: Premiere

In: Behind The Cast, Videos

So, you’ve read our individual articles, but now we’re spicing things up & discussing this week’s hot (that’s “hawt” for us homos) topics together on camera for YOU!  Each week we’ll be discussing celebrity gossip, news, issues, and whatever comes to mind. We’ll keep it fresh by  mixing up the cast weekly, and be ready for special guests we’ll be throwing into the mix as well. This week features Jonny, Patrick, Brian, Tommy, Saleem and the voice of Donovan behind camera.

Split into three segments, here is our first episode.

Ladies & Gentlemen, welcome to Homorazzi Hawt Topics…
Homorazzi Hawt Topics – Episode 1 (Part 1)

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Forgive…Me a Break?

In: Behind The Cast, Patrick

debateSo Adam and I were having a “debate” on the phone the other day – seems to be our new thing. Basically we don’t see eye to eye on how to deal with and resolve conflict, and how to forgive. Without getting into specifics, Adam has the tendency to easily start ignoring people or stating they are “dead to him” if they do something that bothers, angers, or hurts him. He used to expect that people take his side and not talk to this people as well – which wouldn’t happen of course because otherwise due to the frequency of these occurrences, we’d have no friends. These mini-dramas would usually last a week or so. There are of course others, not in our immediate group of friends, that he has made “dead to him” and he no longer associates with them, because he cannot or does not care to forgive them. I guess a person is entitled to make their own choices – but the frustrating part is that everyone else is affected by these choices. We can’t invite, bring up in conversation, hang out with, or worst of all date anyone that has made it onto Adam’s hit list, for fear of starting an argument with Adam, having him feel like we don’t care about what they may have done to piss him off, or worst of all, making it onto Adam’s hit list ourselves. Anyone that Adam has gone on dates with where it doesn’t end up working out, gets an automatic free pass to Adam’s hit list. What happens when you make it on this list? Deleted friend from Facebook. Removed from phone. Will now refer to them as Hitler. And can no longer be brought up in conversation without reference to what they did, a rumor about them, their least flattering quality, or all of the above.

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