This girl's opinion is like Keyshia Cole judging American Idol. Hashtag DISQUALIFIED!
In a video posted to Tumblr, current crown holder Sharon Needles bashes Jinkx Monsoon who is slated to take the 'RuPaul's Drag Race' crown the next week. Let Sharon tell it Jinkx has "little room for improvement visually” and is just "a cheap version" of her own drag.
Another shock is Sharon's confusing revelations about another contender Roxxxy Andrews.
Watch the full video right here via Tumblr. The season finale of 'Drag Race' airs Monday, May 6th on LOGO!
A minister at age 13? Oh girl! Lil ol' Kevin Mines should have known the church divas wouldn't be too fond of him transforming into Venom before he even started it.
"People were so easy to forget all of the good things I've done - how I've helped people out, how I assumed all of these leadership roles. People quickly forgot all about that, focused on one thing, made me a devil because of it, and turned their backs on me."
In Venom's new documentary 'The Way to Kevin' he talks about his rise to fame and how things have changed.
"When you're in front of the camera you have the fame. When you're behind the camera you have the fortune."
This trailer is pretty interesting. Watch below and leave your thoughts in the comments!
I didn't set out to be the first openly gay athlete playing in a major American team sport. But since I am, I'm happy to start the conversation. I wish I wasn't the kid in the classroom raising his hand and saying, "I'm different." If I had my way, someone else would have already done this. Nobody has, which is why I'm raising my hand. My journey of self-discovery and self-acknowledgement began in my hometown of Los Angeles and has taken me through two state high school championships, the NCAA Final Four and the Elite Eight, and nine playoffs in 12 NBA seasons. I've played for six pro teams and have appeared in two NBA Finals.Read the full story here at the Sports Illustrated . Welcome to our team Jason! Let's look at some more pics of him and see who can tell if he's a top or bottom!
Ever heard of a parlor game called Three Degrees of Jason Collins? If you're in the league, and I haven't been your teammate, I surely have been one of your teammates' teammates. Or one of your teammates' teammates' teammates. Now I'm a free agent, literally and figuratively. I've reached that enviable state in life in which I can do pretty much what I want. And what I want is to continue to play basketball. I still love the game, and I still have something to offer. My coaches and teammates recognize that. At the same time, I want to be genuine and authentic and truthful. Why am I coming out now? Well, I started thinking about this in 2011 during the NBA player lockout. I'm a creature of routine. When the regular season ends I immediately dedicate myself to getting game ready for the opener of the next campaign in the fall. But the lockout wreaked havoc on my habits and forced me to confront who I really am and what I really want. With the season delayed, I trained and worked out. But I lacked the distraction that basketball had always provided.
The first relative I came out to was my aunt Teri, a superior court judge in San Francisco. Her reaction surprised me. "I've known you were gay for years," she said. From that moment on I was comfortable in my own skin. In her presence I ignored my censor button for the first time. She gave me support. The relief I felt was a sweet release. Imagine you're in the oven, baking. Some of us know and accept our sexuality right away and some need more time to cook. I should know -- I baked for 33 years. When I was younger I dated women. I even got engaged. I thought I had to live a certain way. I thought I needed to marry a woman and raise kids with her. I kept telling myself the sky was red, but I always knew it was blue.
I don’t have anything against men who dabble in strawberry when he sees grape jelly is starting to become routine. But, I love it even more when a man can admit that sometimes fucking the same coochie can be the same way.
Here’s what recording mogul Clive Davis had to say about how he became bisexual:
“I wasn’t bisexual until my second marriage failed. I was a total heterosexual – married twice, four children, and totally attracted to women. Neither of my marriages failed for the reason of sexuality. So, it was really only after my second marriage failed that I opened myself up to the person, not the gender.”
“The subject of bisexuality is not understood well. People feel you’re either you’re gay, you’re straight, or you’re lying and it’s just not true. So if this could shed light more, if this could help move society a little bit further to the truth, and the reality that there are a number of people that can be and are attracted to both genders and they’re really attracted to the person and not the gender.”
Watch his full interview below:
“You’re going to get a lot of varieties of everything -pop, R&B … I just want to showcase me,” Traci confessed over the weekend to Kempire Radio. If only she would have given a sample of her voice during this interview.
Would you buy a Traci Braxton album?
It’s interesting to me how SO many of these ways include the mouth!