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Levi’s upcoming fifth album Imagine Paradise is a delicious, strong departure from his previous work, featuring an R&B style mixed with grooves from the 70s and early 80s. Watch as Levi performs his new song…
When it comes to jaw dropping celebrity moments, nobody serves up scandal like musicians. Sex drugs and rock and roll isn’t just a catchphrase, it’s a recipe for outrageousness.
Today comedian Brian Sweeney joins us to take a look at our favorite moments in music where celebrities lost their minds.
Super hot Australian rugby player David Wolfman Williams stars in this terrible fashion commercial.
Lady reporter Damiana Garcia and her gal pal Barbara Cathy celebrate the fun and revelry of St. Patrick’s Day in their new video! Here they are emceeing the “St. Patty’s Day Extravagreenza.” Green beer and…
It’s not very often you get to roast fish, let alone roast the queen of all the little fishies, RuPaul herself! Today, Deven Green takes us behind the scenes of her appearance on RuPaul’s Drag Race and what it takes to make comedy gold when reading to filth.
Listen as Deven gives us pointers on roasting as we serve some of our very own send-ups of RuPaul– like this one: RuPaul is so old- “You better work” has now become “You better send me the social security check.”
Everyone loves the Wizard of Oz. More people have seen the 1939 musical than any other film ever. Now 74 years after Dorothy clicked her ruby slippers, Disney is revisiting the story, billing Oz, the Great and Powerful as a prequel.
Today we journey to Oz and take a look at why it’s so hard to make a good movie version of the L Frank Baum stories and our review on the new Oz- the Great and disappointing film.
One of RuPaul’s most favorite fashion moments happens in the film Mahogany where Diana Ross designs this fierce rainbow chiffon poncho. Marc and I tried to recreate it, with tragic but hilarious results. We just…
In the 80s, it seemed everything and everyone had a animated cartoon and breakfast cereal. All of a sudden, cartoons were being made as infomercials to promote toys and video games.
Today pop culture fanatic, comedian Brian Sweeney joins us to look at amazingly strange Saturday morning cartoons that affected us deeply, turning us into the sick demented guys we are today.