C’mon girl, let’s do the wild thing
all night long for a couple of minutes...In case you were wondering if “D*ck In a Box” kicked off something beautiful, here’s proof. A couple dudes – a crooner and his wingman (who dines at Boston Market) – laying out some truth, Quiet Storm style. Negative body issues, chaffing, a one-position mentality – the boudoir can sometimes feel like both a shrink’s couch and locker room. One good point here, though. The dumber the c*cksman, the better the chance to fake that orgasm.
What your favorite seduction song?
Question: What kind of a sex shop do they get these outfits at?
They’re baaaack. The whole Kardashian klan was at Les Deux last night celebrating the Season 2 launch of their reality show, Keeping Up with the Kardashians. See more photos below of Kim, Kourtney, Khloe, Kris & Bruce Jenner, Evan Ross, and Brittny Gastineau.
A single picture has emerged that possibly shows someone who kind of looks like Lindsay Lohan maybe performing fellatio on a guy who could be her ex Calum Best. OMG OMG! But before you get your hopes up that this is the moment you’ve been wishing for since Mean Girls, check out the pic and think again. The image is so blurry it could be just about anyone (Kristen Davis, is that you?) and as much as we want to believe, we have a feeling this is just Photoshopping at it’s best. Want proof? We did a little magic on some pics above. If you can pick out the real Lindsay from the three famous ladies above, maybe you can decipher just what is going on in today’s sex pic scandal.
“Sometimes it’s a public service to put an end to someone’s dreams,” says Danny Bonaduce, giving us a thumbnail sketch of his philosophy for judging I Know My Kid’s a Star, which premieres tonight at 10/9c on VH1. Talking about the show, Danny proves to be unapologetic as ever as he talks about heading the reality competition of stage moms and the kids who are sentenced to them. Below, Danny talks about his own tumultuous experiences with child stardom, the trainwreck culture of Britney and Lindsay and why he doesn’t think getting involved in showbiz is necessarily damaging to young people.
Jennifer Lopez might as well be holding two gold bricks in this pic. Meet her precious newborns, Max and Emme, who helped the diva rack in a rumored $3 million for the pics inside this week’s People mag. The babies are cute and all, but $3 million? Those kids are worth some dough! They should totally take on Shiloh and Suri for richest human under the age of two (though according to Gawker, Shiloh’s pics actually pulled in more cash). The real test comes when we find out how well this cover sold – did J. Lo jump the shark after Gigli or are we still hooked on her drama (and butt)?
The merciful end of Beatles Week Two is upon us, and not a moment too soon. Our hardy American Idol contestants have survived the experience, but all — including the judges — are clearly anxious for them to return to the chart-pop of the ’80s and ’90s. Beginning with a second Beatles medley, kicked off by “While My Guitar Gently Weeps,” Idol reminded us just how unsuited for Beatles songs our boys and girls are. Any guitar would have wept at a rendition like this.
Kimora Lee Simmons does everything fabulously, including mourning her pets. The celeb’s pooch Zoe, whom she’d had for 18 years, recently passed away. “You have to grieve,” the Baby Phat founder told People. “It’s okay to take time and say this meant something to my life and [to] honor it.” And what better way to celebrate your canine companion than turning it into a precious stone?
That’s right — instead of spending her dough on an animal-related charity, Kimora may turn her doggie into a diamond. “There is a company that makes diamonds out of your loved ones…so I might do that. I think I might turn her into a diamond.” Man’s best friend is now girl’s best friend.
The blaze that swept through the crowded Station nightclub five years ago was devastating: one hundred died and 200 were injured at the infamous Great White gig in Rhode Island. Those who follow the classic rock scene likely know that a month ago, a bunch of artists connected in Providence to generate some cash for the Station Family Fund, a group that helps victims with their medical bills. VH1 filmed the show; it premieres the channel and VH1 Classic this Sunday. Above you’ll find our Rock of Love star offering some background on the tragedy. After the jump it’s Tesla and Aaron Lewis performances. The list of participants stretches from Gretchen Wilson to Tom Scholz. You can watch the whole show here and donate money to victims here.
Coming soon to a television set near you: ego trip’s Miss Rap Supreme. The series picks up where The (White) Rapper Show left off, in which 10 women compete to become the next great female MC. The hosts are MCs Serch and Yo-Yo, and the women, at least in the photograph above, look like they’re going to bring plenty of attitude. Actually, we’re expecting the most attitude from Khia, who made a name for herself with the single off her 2002 release, Thug Misses. The song was titled “My Neck, My Back (Lick It),” the chorus of which went, “My neck, my back/ lick my pussy and my crack.” Looks like someone’s begging for a shot at Charm School. Take a look at the cast above, and tune in April 14 for the premiere.