Monday, July 31, 2006
Unless you're Tom Selleck or Sam Elliott, mustaches that don't come with beards or goatees tend to be pretty silly on most average guys.
So why am I suddenly finding it so hot when people who don't usually have a 'stache grow one (even when it's meant to be silly)? This 1970s pornstache revival is really starting to get the better of me. Might Hollywood be casting the sequel to last year's "Gay Sex in the '70s"?
Sunday, July 30, 2006
Saturday, July 29, 2006
Did you see this letter over on TheSmokingGun.com? It seems the studio heads aren't buying Lindsay Lohan's "heat exhaustion" story either. Marilyn Monroe -- who had actual talent -- was 36 when she got canned from "Something's Gotta Give." Lohan turned 20 earlier this month.
Friday, July 28, 2006
Just because I post action photos of tennis hottie Robby Ginepri every other day doesn't mean I can't make him today's Sporting Wood, especially when I get sexy photos like these sent to me from a sweet reader who calls herself Boca Babe. Woof!
Thursday, July 27, 2006
"Don't harass me kid,
Can't you tell I'm going home, I'm tired as hell,
I'm not the cat I used to be,
I've got a kid, I'm 33, baby."
Having recruited Robbie McIntosh and Malcolm Foster to fill in the gaps, it sure seemed like Chrissie had a real band that would flourish. It wasn't meant to be. The years since have been a revolving door of collaborators and some occasionally uneven material, yet Chrissie has always remained one of my all-time favorite rocker chicks. (I mean really, how can you not love a woman who is just as skanky today as she was 30 years ago?)
Back in 1998 the four original members of Culture Club had a wonderful reunion album and tour (I saw them at Radio City and it's a night I'll never forget). It was a modest success that healed a lot of wounds from their tumultuous '80s breakup, then the guys again went their separate ways. Jump ahead to 2006 and the '80s nostalgia craze is at an all-time high: so what are two of the band's members trying to do? They've decided to cash in once more -- only this time they don't even have Boy George onboard. These fake reunions are sad enough when a band loses its singer to death and hires a new vocalist (INXS, Queen), but shenanigans like this are just plain pathetic (ditto for the "new" Cars). Like there aren't enough actual '80s band reunions going on?
Culture Club remainders Mikey Craig (bass) and Jon Moss (drums/anal sex) -- claiming to be the "original members" even though guitarist Roy Hay is conspicuously not involved -- ran an ad looking for a new vocalist recently that read: "The original members of Culture Club are searching for a unique star vocalist with a brilliant voice, boy or girl, to take part in a 2007 World Tour and TV series. NOT, repeat NOT a karaoke Boy George 'lookalike' but a charismatic and unique performer in his or her own right with something truly fresh, contemporary and original to offer." Who did they come up with? Sam (below, left). I think it's pretty safe to say they had no qualms about a karaoke Marilyn "lookalike" ...
Wednesday, July 26, 2006
While Paul's sculpted body and dazzling smile certainly get him noticed wherever he auditions, it's his sweet demeanor that really wins 'em over.