Filed under: Spotlight | Tags: dragrace, Drag_Race, logo, logonline, Rupaul, Ru_Paul
RuPaul is back on television with a show that defies the reality show premise. Project Runway meets America’s Top Model in drag! All I can say is that I hope there is a season 2.
Surprising us all by ‘manning it up’ for most of the show, RuPaul gives advice and confidence to an assortment of DQs selected from thousands. Photoshoots, fashion, hair and makeup abound. Like all contest reality shows, there is a dose of horror and disappointment as each are judged and take their final walk of distinction.
Who will be your favorite? Check out the Logo website to see what’s going on and to catch up if you need to. (You need to.)
Filed under: 1 Hour Series, People, Shows, Spotlight | Tags: real world joey kovar joey-kovar real-world-hollywood
So, substance abuse Joey Kovar is back at Stage 20 for a rough (on me) episode. Yes, he’s overcoming quite a bit. Yes, he deserves a cuddle here and there for his troubles. But… the whining, crying and blaming strangers for not being his supportive family is too much.
If I were on Real World, I’d be having the time of my life. I’d go out drinking. I’d use my Real World name tag to get laid. Maybe I’d stay home that first night Joey came back… I don’t know.
He’s putting a lot on those poor kids. They aren’t showing enough love for that poor, young, handsome, perfect body, world at his fingertips guy. They have problems, too.
Maybe I can see where he’s coming from. Maybe I would have stayed home rather than go out drinking just for one night. I just don’t know.
Help me out people. If we were on Real World and were Joey Kovar’s housemate, would we have stayed home with him, at least for that first night? And dirty answers exploiting his vulnerability aren’t what we’re looking for. We already know that answer. So, how are you swinging with Joey?
I guess we should also keep in mind that all those whining moments were sewn together by some sadist producer for ratings and it may not have been that bad. He did come through at the end, right? We’ll see soon, I suppose.
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So, Tila Tequila, the bi-sexual firecracker has her own ‘Bachellorette’ show.
Bravo has hung out on the border of controversial Gay entertainment since its inception with shows like Queer Eye, the non-Gay, but close to gay ‘Blow Out’ and others. Now, well for a little while now, a show about both men and women looking for love with a bisexual woman.
This is truly an ‘I just can’t decide’ show. Tila is a tough and tight little hottie and they all want her. I get that part. But doesn’t Tila herself have a preference even for the show? Why cut out 50% of your dating chances, right?
We have fights over her, girl on girl kissing and writhing scenes and jello wrestling. What more could you squeeze into a show? If there was a monster truck challenge, it would be all set.
Like any reality show where contestants live together and vote each other off, tensions get high and you really never know what to expect next.
A recent episode featured Glitter (one of the love struck gals) going loopy for no apparent reason and then while talking on her little exit interview (as all the shows have to catch the off’ed people at their very best), she leaned over and spit. Jesus! Right in the middle of explaining why Tila was worse off without her kind of luvin, she just leaned over and spit… a big old man spit, too. Not a cute ‘bug in my teeth’ spit. A bonefide loogie, man-style. I thought… wow… Project Runway should introdice spitting… perhaps at Michael Korrs. ALL shows should have spitting women and even more upsetting, spitting Gay men.
The Chad -vs- Bo fight was crazy. That Jersey Jay character is an ass. They get tattooed and pierced for Tila’s affection. This show is something to watch. Catch it once, you’ll be hooked.
In case you’ve not heard of Tila, take a look at her YouTube vid for I Love You. She WILL fuck you up!
AllFunTeeVee is by no means a political blog, but this Ellen clip was worth posting, if for no other reason than to make sure people see it.
Republican Representative Sally Kern of Oklahoma made a speech that was beyond incredulous. There are quite a few Republicans in the country that bring ‘narrow minded’ to an art form, but Ms. Kern has thrown outright bigotry into the mix. Whether you believe in Gay rights or religious respect… or you don’t, I’m sure you’ll agree that we should not be voting in bigots to our government. Each and every one of us is something that someone has a problem with. For this elected official to make a speech as she did, is inexcusable and the fault lies with each and every one of us for voting these people into office. We give them the power to oppress freedom and impose their narrow beliefs on everyone around them.
We should worry about our children learning from people such as her. I do not know her ethnicity or cultural heritage and, I don’t need to… but as a person I feel she is a pig. Shame on you Oklahoma and shame on all of us for tolerating behavior like this from the very people we hire to represent us. Are we this cowardly and lazy as a people to let this continue?
It doesn’t matter if you think Gay people should have rights or not. They’re coming after you next. Remember when Blacks weren’t allowed to drink from the same fountains as whites and Jews were animals and the Irish were a plague on America and the worst thing you could be was Puerto Rican? This list goes on and on. You’re on it somewhere or you will be soon. So, be careful when voting. You may vote yourself in some hatred meant just for you.
Here’s her email: firstname.lastname@example.org Though I doubt it will last long.
Oh, and try to leave her son out of it. He’s not the issue.
Here’s something I did not know… the episode where Sweet P was eliminated was shown prior to Bryant Park, so she actually got to do an entire collection and show it at Fashion Week.
Here’s an interview from the brand spankin’ new hulu.com
Filed under: "project runway"
Episode 14 – The Finale of Project Runway 4. Enjoy.
We all kinda knew how this would turn out, right?