Hoes are taking over the world. Either beat them or join them. It seems as though a few celebrities out there have chosen to join the ranks of hoe-dom after their not-so-hoelike actions didn’t get them the attention they wanted. Continue »
Rupaul continues reppin for the drag/cross-dressing community with the third season of the reality competition show “RuPaul’s Drag Race” on the Logo channel. This season there are a host of surprises and celebrity judges that will keep things “interesting” to say the least.
Margaret Cho, Lily Tomlin, Chloe Sevigny, LaToya Jackson and Johnny Weir are just a few of the famous faces sashaying onto the judges panel this year while the challenges promise to be campier, the girls thankfully get b*tchier and the show continues to transcend the guilty pleasure label.
“Guilty Pleasure”….hmmm, ah nevermind
TheDailyBeast.com has compiled it’s first ever list of the top earning famous-people-who-aren’t-really-famous-for-anything-except-being-famous. Can you guess who topped that list and how much they made? Continue »
It should be a no-brainer that fuggin with the governments of the world’s super-powers comes with serious consequences and repercussions. WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is finding that out the hard way. Continue »
The TV Gods must hate us. Because that’s the ONLY way they would have allowed two of the dumbest b*tches on television to be on the same show at the same time. Continue »
You probably didn’t pay attention, but “Skating with The Stars,” ABC’s desperate attempt to make more money off of the “Dancing With The Stars” phenomenon, debuted two weeks ago. We didn’t think it was a great idea. And we were right. Continue »
After being very professional and patient through all of Brett Favre’s bullsh*t, Tavaris Jackson came in and led the Vikings to a 34-18 victory over the Buffalo Bills. Continue »
Last night in Miami Kelly Rowland was doing her “step and repeat” thing at Vogue Magazine’s event, while Christina “It-Was-All-A-Dream” Milian was seen in NYC at ABC’s Family Winter Wonderland at Rockefeller Centre. Continue »