The boys from the FIP are back and this time, they want to wish you a Merry Christmas. Back in the summer of 2009, 8 guys from New York attending Fire Island Pride got out their Flip Mino camera and shot a little music video to Miley Cyrus’ Party In The U.S.A.. I don’t think these boys knew what they had coming. Because Miley had yet to release her own video to the song, the “gay version” of the video went viral on YouTube. It currently sits at over 4 million views. That’s incredible.
The boys recently created their own website called Firecrkr. Its intended to be a spot showcasing their favorite online videos and some originals of their own. For the launch of the site, the boys created another music video. This time, they used Mariah Carey and her gay christmas anthem, All I Want For Christmas. Great choice boys. The video shows them prancing around New York getting ready for Christmas together. From buying trees to finding chic winter wear, these boys know how to put out a good video with no budget.
When I first came out, one of my first boyfriends introduced me to a gay rapper/singer named Jonny McGovern who created music videos to his original songs. The first video I saw was to his track Soccer Practice. In the song, Jonny inconspicuously tries to hit on a straight soccer player on his team. He tries to convince him to do things like workout together, wrestle, take a shower, etc. The lyrics are quite clever and dirty of course and the beat isn’t bad either.
Well, Jonny McGovern is back with his latest and greatest delight. Its a parody of Far East Movement’s mega-hit Like a G6. With help from tranny Calpernia, these two create the most amazing video for their version entitled Likin’ Big Dicks. Brilliant. Jonny has always been known for his clever lyrics and this song is no exception.
All the bottoms in the club, gettin’ freaky…
Wanna ride all night, on the big 6.
I want to feel it inside, likin’ big dicks!
With straight guys around me they be staring at my junk.
O. M. God. If you’ve seen even one episode of TLC’s Sister Wives, then you’ll love this parody of the show called “Brother Husbands“. Instead of having a one guy and four women, this household has one woman and four guys. One of the guys is so obviously gay (like Cam on Modern Family type gay) but this is not discussed during their group confessionals…making it that much more hilarious.
In terms of the other husbands, one of them is the bread winner who barely gets any time with his wife, one is not very smart, and one is purely needed for her sexual needs. The parody stars Michael Serrato, Emma Bates, Amir Talai, Joshua Zar, and Samuel Mcguire.
I would absolutely watch this show. LOL.
They’re baaaaaaaaaaack and funnier than ever. The two fashion rejects delusionally think they’re cutting edge fashionistas and attempt to go behind the scenes for an Anthony Franco fashion show. As you can imagine, security is pretty tight at LA Fashion Week, and standing in their way is Connor Bloom (Charlotte Newhouse). The tough-as-nails publicist will do anything to make sure these trainwrecks don’t derail the show. Eventually the soon-to-be rehab patients, make it through by crawling on their knees. A position they’re quite familiar with. Doesn’t Hunter look like a big nelly bottom to you?
Once again, the dynamic duo were awesome enough to send their new video first to Homorazzi.com. Love these bitches. It feels like forever since Jessica and Hunter released a new video and I’ve been long overdue for a good laugh. Looks like my Thanksgiving wish came through. Watch it below. It’s hot off the presses. Be careful not to get burnt.
On a recent episode of Conan O’Brien‘s late show, the host talked about Oprah’s Ultimate Favorite Things and her two part big giveaway this past week. The host brings up the fact that it seems that Oprah is running out of ideas for her favorite things list and he has some footage of one the gifts she gave away that wasn’t shown on the air.
The following video clip from the show is hilarious, and of course may actually explain some of the outrageous reactions given by the wacky audience and all the “buzz” it created.
YES! Finally another video from Ryan James Yezak, the brilliant videographer who has created some insanely incredible gay video parodies for our enjoyment. His last one was Katy Perry’s Peacock, which I loved, but I think this one tops it. He’s beat Kesha to the punch by coming out with this video before her official one (hurry up already, Kesha!)
The editing is so well done and all of the effort put into choreography and costume certainly comes through. From guys kissing, to a sexy teacher teaching her students that homosexuality is a sin, to superheroes dancing, the video is full of flesh, fun, and all things fabulous.
I hope Kesha gives them a special shout out! Keep up the good work boys!
A while back, I shared with you some advice for teen girls from The Little Mermaid. Now, The Second City Network is back with another amazeballs video teaching teen girls some more important life lessons. This time, Snow White shares some life lessons based on her experiences.
From living with the seven dwarfs, to cooking & cleaning, to dealing with the evil witches, Snow White always knows just what to do. The video stars Second City grad, Danielle Uhlarik. Watch out for this funny lady – she’s hilarious and I wouldn’t be surprised if we end up seeing her as part of the SNL cast soon.
Ever since its midnight release, “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1” has been conjuring up some wicked dough at the box office. If it holds the momentum of the first couple days, this could be a record breaking weekend for the magical franchise. What a perfect way to say good-bye to one of the most successful series of movies ever.
If you can’t get enough of Harry Potter this weekend and want a little laugh after watching the darkest installment of the series yet, then have I got the video parody for you. Julia Bentley aka HoneyChip hails from T-Dot, Canada. She masterfully switched up the lyrics to Flo Rida & David Guetta’s hit song to give it a more Harry Potter feel. Here’s some sample lyrics:
Check my scar and they all just stare? / wizards, muggles, everywhere!? / Kill Voldy that’s the business? / All out it’s so ridiclous? / Death eaters at attention / Don’t tell I’m in the building
Had enough build-up. If you’re a Potterhead and love Flo Rida, then you’ll be heaven. Enjoy the parody below.