This week’s batch of scenes you didn’t see on this week’s Charm School is all about loose lips. In the first, Saaphyri gives a savagely funny breakdown of Schatar’s look. Key quote: "The definition of Hottie’s look is how to be homeless and retarded-looking and borderline schizophrenic. That is her look." You’d be hard-pressed to find a better reading this side of Paris Is Burning.
In the second, the lips are literally loose: Schatar, Larissa and Shay discuss a snatch of renegade genitalia (a lip slip!) Saaphyri observed on one of the girls, as well as a discussion of said girl’s sexuality. You’ll have to watch it to find who they think is the girl who likes girls, but at least you can rest assured that gay scares weren’t just reserved for I Love New York!
The final clip is a bit more serious, as it shows Mo’Nique flapping her gums to give the girls some tough love. Say what you want about Mo, but this clip proves her heart is in this show and invested in these girls. Add that to the talent for whipping up gems like, "Don’t be a broke p****-giver!" and you have the makings of a media queen. All hail Mo.
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After getting her heart broken three times on national television, New York is hungry for televised romance! Casting for the second installment of I Love New York is already underway and you can take part in the action and end up on the show. Guys interested in taking a crack at the reality TV-dating game should visit ILoveNewYork2.com, where they can create a profile and post pictures, videos, biographical information and blogs as a virtual audition. Everyone else can vote on their favorites and leave comments for them. Because really, the only thing more fun than laughing at guys acting like fools on TV is laughing at guys acting like fools on the Internet. Get into it!
After a series of elimination rounds, five guys who auditioned online will make it on I Love New York 2, set to air later this year. But enough of what we have to say about this, here’s a message from the HBIC herself, New York on what she’s looking for in this new crop of men:
Kanye West has already come clean about his obsession with porn. Now it’s his mom’s turn to talk about the rap superstar’s fleshy fixation.
In her memoir about her son, "Raising Kanye," Donda West talks about a young Kanye’s obsession with porn growing up. According to his mom, Kanye would take adult magazines with him to grade school, then graduated to smuggling pornographic videos into the house by the time he was in high school. The habit became such a problem that Donda, a college professor, eventually made him write a full-blown research paper entitled, "The Impact of Watching X-rated Movies on a Teen-age Boy."
The famed MC ‘fessed up to being hooked on porn about a year ago. "My only drug is porn," he admitted.
Maybe it’s time for a new thesis, K.W. … "The Impact of Porn on a College Dropout," anyone?
Jennifer from Charm School (aka Toasteee) has given us an exclusive statement on the just-announced, pornographic video Toastee Exposed, which is set to be released by Vivid later this month. Jennifer says that the video is being released “without my cooperation.” Additionally:
I have decided that I could either put a lot of time, effort, and money into pursuing legal action to prevent the video’s release, or I could put a lot of time effort and money into my medical degree; I choose the latter.
Update: Jennifer wrote us today (May 3) to further clear the air:
Just wanted to make sure I put the word in that this video was of me and an ex boyfriend; I was not paid. He released it without my knowledge.
Previously we told you all about how this year’s VH1 Rock Honors Show — paying tribute to Heart, Genesis, Ozzy Osbourne and ZZ Top — was going to be hosted by Bam Margera in Vegas, airing live on VH1 and VH1 Classic on May 24th.
Now we’re pleased to announce that rock mega-lords Queens of the Stone Age (guitarist Joshua Homme pictured, right) and metal mainstays Alice In Chains will be joining Nickelback, Gretchen Wilson and Keane in playing the life-altering songs of their musical forbearers — and Official Rock Gods.
Here’s how it breaks down: Alice In Chains and Gretchen Wilson (no relation), will honor Heart. Keane will get freaky with Genesis. Nickelback will interpret themselves some ZZ Top. And QOTSA? Josh Homme and crew will attempt to take on the blizzard of Ozz. (Not such a far stretch, considering that QOTSA’s first release featured Homme’s old band, Kyuss, covering “Into the Void.” But we digress.) In addition, expect special appearances from Cameron Diaz, Jada Pinkett Smith, Billy Bob Thornton, Robin Williams, Criss Angel and Taylor Hawkins. Who are you most excited to see?
After running out of items of her own oversized clothing to sell on eBay, Courtney Love has moved on to the possessions of deceased husband and former Nirvana frontman Kurt Cobain. "I’m going to have a Christie’s auction," Love said. While she hasn’t yet decided on specific items that will be for sale, she claims her house is a "mausoleum" and her daughter doesn’t need to inherit "a giant Hefty bag full of flannel f*cking shirts." Daughter Frances Bean’s legacy? "A sweater, a guitar and the lyrics to ‘Teen Spirit’ — that’s what my daughter gets." Love has slowly been selling off Cobain’s legacy, parting with 25% of his musical catalog last year.
What items would you want from Kurt Cobain’s wardrobe?
"50 Cent is no Christian, and if you listen to his lyrics it becomes clear that he is more of a Satanist than anything," said Resistance founder Mark Dice. Dice went on to say that 50 is defaming the cross by wearing it while rapping about "killing people for no reason," and said that it would be more appropriate for Curtis Jackson to wear a "large, diamond-studded platinum satanic pentagram."
What do you think: Should 50 cut the cross from his neck, or should he be allowed to wear what he wants?
Indio was the place to be during the last three days. Despite the radical desert temps, the Coachella fest plowed on. Friday night saw Bjork and Amy Winehouse strutting their idiosyncrasies. Saturday was all about the Chilis and friends throwing the funk around, and Sunday’s program brought the fist-in-face politics of the reunited Rage Against the Machineto the foreground. Yes, Scarlett Johansen chirped some back-up trills with the Reid brothers from Jesus and Mary Chain. Where you there? Got any comments? Check the performance pics.