It seems to be the newest celebrity trend. Take some sexy, scandalous and hot photos of yourself on your iPhone, send them to someone you clearly shouldn’t trust and watch as millions of people spread them around on sites like Guys With iPhones and Is Anybody Up?.
GWIP has been the source for some of the hottest celebrity skin photos in the last month or two including Big Brother competitor Nick Starcevic, singer Duncan James and American Idol contestant Jovanny Barreto. Now an NFLer has ended up on the famous site and now, it’s not the scandalicious Brett Favre.
This 26-year-old was born in Cincinnati, Ohio and was a Round 4 NFL drafter pick in 2006. He currently plays defensive end in the NFL but also made his boxing debut in May. He won his first match against TJ Gibson. Have any ideas? It’s none other than Ray Edwards of the Minnesota Vikings. I doubt he put these photos up himself but we’re sure glad someone did. Check out the studly shots of Ray in his underwear and in a towel. Yummy.
You’re about to watch some very some sexed up soldiers in the following video as they lip sync & dance to Britney Spears’ “(Drop Dead) Beautiful”. After not having sex for way too long (although who knows…they likely are with each other), the boys are literally humping the air and grabbing themselves all over. I’m certainly not complaining. There’s plenty of booty shaking, crotch grabbing, and ab closeups to feed your appetite. This isn’t the first group of guys to come up with a sexy lip sync video to this song. The Boys of Boston did a music video parody of the song as well that’s definitely worth watching as well.
Towards the end, the boys huddle together to “beat the beat up,” Jersey Shore style. I’m sure that’s not the only thing that was beat during the filming of this video. Check out the boys and their silly hotness while in Afghanistan below.
This week, I decided to head back to my Who’d You Rather roots and pick another model pair. In searching for the perfect pairing, I came across these two who have a few things in common. 1. They both mainly pose in their underwear. 2. They have both posed nude (or in see-through underwear). As you know, I cannot show you those pictures but if you’re interested, I highly recommend you Google that up… after you check out this article and vote first.
Philip Fusco is 23-years-old and resides in Franklin Square, New York. This young model has some stunning shots and has a load of experience. This sexy stud is also a part-time DJ. Adam Phebus is 24-years-old and resides in Los Angeles, California. He’s worked for Abercrombie & Fitch and Calvin Klein and is working on his acting career as well.
While both men are super sexy and studly, only one can be declared the true winner. So, check out the motivation material and below and make your decision: who’d you rather have next to you between the sheets. Don’t be shy, choose one. Too bad you can’t have them both.
Blue singer Duncan James may have come out as bisexual in 2009 but is currently denying that he himself put a scandalous picture of him in tighty whities up on popular gay eye candy website, Guys With iPhones. While he admits he took the picture for a friend, he is claiming that it fell into the wrong hands and ended up on the site.
“I didn’t put that photo up there. Why would I do that? [I took the photo for a friend] who’s quite fat… so he could pretend he’d got really fit. It must have got into the wrong hands.” -via Twitter
Umm, this excuse sounds absolutely ridiculous don’t you think? Regardless of the excuse, Duncan looks really hot in the photo and I’m sure you’ll agree with me. Sorry friends, this one isn’t a nude like some of the recent Big Brother boys, but hopefully it’ll do.
Last week, Patrick and I were treated to an advanced screening of Horrible Bosses and while I watched, I thought to myself, this trio of boys would be great for a good ol’ fashioned MBF. Don’t know how to play? Let me explain. I give you three men, in this case, the leading men of Horrible Bosses, and you choose which one you’d like to marry, which one you’d like to bitch slap and which one you’d like to do the dirty dirty with if you catch my drift.
Your choices are as follows: Jason Bateman, the child star actor who made a triumphant comeback in the comedy genre. Although he may seem to play the same character in every single movie, you can’t help but love his boyish charm. We have Charlie Day, a fairly new face to the comedy ring but a hilarious, quirky character none-the-less. And finally, we have the always hilarious and entertaining Jason Sudeikis from SNL who’s been making quite the name for himself in films such as this and Hall Pass.
With all three men looking so darn good, it’s hard to decide which one should be placed where. Fortunately, I’ve provided some photos and brief descriptions of them below to help make up your mind. You’re welcome!
Our very own Tyrell has just released his second single “In Love” accompanied by a steamy music video – which you’ll see later in the post. A couple months ago, he released the music video for his first single “Letting Go“. The music video took place at a house party and had a lot of dancing, which made sense for the upbeat track.
This time, Tyrell went a little more simplistic to complement a totally different song, as well as to match the heartfelt lyrics of the song. This song is really special to me because he wrote it about us (in case you don’t know, he and I have been together for about a year and a half now). When we said “I love you” to each other for the first time, it was at the beach one morning, as we sat in the sand, gazing out towards the ocean.
Yesterday, a guy named Keith Edwards post a link to his video on our Facebook Fan Page. The video is titled “Proud To Be A Gay American“. Naturally, I was curious about the video (because of the title and because he was shirtless – hehe) so I watched it. Using sheets of paper (not because he can’t speak, but because he apparently talks to much), Keith explains why he is proud to be an American – a gay American. Keith explains (through several sheets of paper) that “on June 24th, the New York State Senate passed Marriage Equality…” Then shows us his pearly whites as he smiles at that thought. He goes on to explain, “Now 19 million people will no longer feel…” I let you watch the rest instead of me spoiling it for you. It’s actually quite touching.
Keith admits that this isn’t an original idea, but I’m glad that he took the time to do it and I’m also glad he took the time to share it with us here at Homorazzi.com, so we could share it with you. As a community, we have spent (and continue to spend) so much time fighting for equality. Let’s spend some time enjoying these successes along the way. Enjoy the video below. Thank you, Keith!
For this week’s Who’d You Rather, I thought I’d pair up two singers who have actually been paired together before. I originally wanted to pair them together because they are practically carbon copies of each other, one in Canada and one in the US. Their music genres are very similar and so are their body types. Another selling feature is their ballin’, bad boy attitudes. Who doesn’t like a bad boy. These two paired up to create an anthem for the 2011 AFC Asian Cup titled Yalla Asia. I’ve provided the video below for you guys to check out. Enough about them together, let’s single them out and see what makes them so delicious.
Karl Wolf is a Lebanese-born Canadian singer who is currently based in Montreal. While Karl’s success may be vibrant in Canada and somewhat minimal in the US, Karl thrives overseas in Japan and the Middle East. His upcoming self-titled album will be released through his new record deal with Universal Music Canada. His newest single is titled Ghetto Love and features Kardinal Offishall.
Jay Sean is a British singer of Indian origin who now calls the US home. Jay Sean first found success in the Asian underground scene in the band Rishi Rich Project. Jay burst onto the US music scene with his single Down which topped the Billboard Hot 100. He was the first artist of South-Asian origin and first UK act to top this chart. Not an easy feat.