2 items from 2010
Both gurls in this picture are big and muscular.
Here at TwitterWatch, we've said goodbye to our abs and come to the realization that Twitterstalking celebrities for a living is not conducive to a healthy lifestyle. Our celebrities are a mixed bag though. Most make their living, at least partially on their good looks, but summertime BBQs provide a lot of temptation to be on Team Food instead of Team Gym.
Considering he runs in Broadway circles with a lot of actresses, when I saw Cheyenne Jackson tweeting about a "good facelift" I assumed he was at an event with Joan Rivers. It turns out he was just faking a good facelift with the #1 girl in his life, on a grassy hillock somewhere in New York City.
Comedian Josh Thomas, who announced his breakup from his boyfriend on Twitter, is experiencing the conflicts of being newly single and back in the dating pool. »
Thanks to his “That’s Gay” segment on Current TV’s Infomania, Bryan Safi has become one of the most recognizable gay comedians in American pop culture. His satirical segments have taken on everything from the ridiculous phrase “No homo” to the terror that is gays attending prom to protecting the sacred institution of divorce from the gays.
In fact, Bryan is so immersed in gay culture, he claims to now be the gayest person on the planet. AfterElton.com recently caught up with Bryan to debate who really deserves that title, how “That’s Gay” came to be and much more.
AfterElton: I just want to clear one thing up so our readers aren't confused: even though we're both gay, this interview will be "no homo", right?
Bryan Safi: Of course! Just make sure you put it at the very end.
Ae: Will do. I know that you »
2 items from 2010
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