RuPaul and Britney Spears, together at last...
Listen, AFTER THE JUMP...
RuPaul and Britney Spears, together at last...
Listen, AFTER THE JUMP...
Evidence is appearing all over the internet that a new track featuring RuPaul's "You Better Work" sample from the classic track Supermodel is coming on a new Britney Spears track, sooner rather than later. Britney posted the above photo to her Instagram on Sunday with the caption "#workbitch".
And a tweet from RuPaul on Friday: "Werk Bitch! @BritneySpears".
The song's alleged producer Jean Baptiste also posted “Work, turn to the left, work, now turn to the right, work” on his Facebook wall, and said the new single was going to be "gargantuan".
And overnight a low quality audio snippet leaked appearing to feature the bit.
Listen (before it's removed), AFTER THE JUMP...
More bad news for Anthony Weiner's mayoral campaign, as his campaign manager, Danny Kedem, announced his resignation on Sunday. So far, Kedem hasn't issued a statement explaining why he chose to leave.
The iPhone 5S may be headed to stores as early as September 6th, according to a new report circulated by Cult of Mac. Should the rumor prove true, it would certainly follow in the same pattern as previous releases that have taken place around the same time of year. The report also teased the possibility of bigger screens, as well as more cost-effective casings.
Lady Gaga has released the artwork to her new single from ARTPOP, which will be released during this year's VMAs in August. Gaga released
the bare, technological photo via her official Twitter account.
Recent documents surrounding a pending lawsuit against Utah's West Ridge Academy confirm suspicions that it is, in fact, being run by the Mormon church.
More couples are obtaining marriage licenses in Montgomery County, as county officials continue to defy the state's ban on same-sex marriage.
Shortly before her most recent attempt at rehab, and shortly after she announced her Oprah-produced, post-rehab docu-series, Lindsay Lohan has announced that some of her toxic "so-called friends" will be "cut from her life".
China has ordered an audit of all government debt. The order comes amidst fears of a possible economic slump as growth has slowed down in recent months. Chinese banks rapidly expanded their credit in the market while the rest of the world underwent a financial crisis. Now, government officials are worried that local governments might have borrowed too much, making the debts impossible to pay off with the recent slow-down.
Britney Spears and her two sons attended a premiere for Smurfs 2 over the weekend. In one photo, Britney and co. look less than thrilled to be there.
The Russian LGBT film festival Side-by-Side lost an appeal last week, after being found guilty by a Russian court of violating a "foreign agent" law.
Hugh Jackman's The Wolverine won the top spot in the U.S. box office over the weekend, although numbers still aren't what producers had hoped for in The States. Luckily, the film was able to draw substantial crowds overseas.
Downton Abbey has released some promo materials for its upcoming fourth season.
Justin Timberlake and Jay-Z gave a "Legends of Summer" concert in Pasadena. Based on photos, at least two celebrity
couples were in attendance, Natalie Portman and Benjamin Millepied as well as Robert Pattinson and Sia.
Taylor Swift went paddleboarding over the weekend with Ed Sheeran in Rhode Island. She wore a retro bikini that's receiving mixed reviews...
Members of the radical feminist movement are undergoing controversy as trans advocate Dallas Denny published an incredibly transhobia letter sent by an anonymous group.
Australian pop artist Nathan Leigh Jones has released his new song "Crying For Love", which calls for marriage equality in the Land Down Under.
Keanu Reeves' samurai epic 47 Ronin has finally released a trailer, which is receiving some pretty bad reviews.
Epidemiologists puzzled over NYC's Meningitis outbreak: "What is concerning is that it is largely restricted to men who have sex with men. So we don’t really understand why that is.” Have you been vaccinated?
Thousands marched in support of gay rights in the capital of Puerto Rico of San Juan: "Mayor Carmen Yulín Cruz and Sen. Ramón Nieves Pérez, who sponsored the sweeping anti-LGBT non-discrimination bill the Senate on Thursday passed by a 15-11 vote margin, unfurled an LGBT Pride flag from the balcony of City Hall as marchers passed."
Britney Spears claims the leaked version of her upcoming single is just an early demo.
Colin Egglesfield knows how to wear a t-shirt.
North Korea launched three short-range guided missiles in a northeastern direction earlier today.
Sookie flips the paparazzi the bird.
The very first film to be adapted from a David Sedaris short story set to open Outfest.
Gawker wants to raise $200,000 so they can purchase and publish the videotape of anti-gay Toronto mayor Rob Ford smoking crack. Also, don't expect to hear Ford air his weekly radio show this weekend.
Some promising yet frustrating news out of China on the International Day Against Homophobia: "Activists said they felt encouraged when the communist party's official mouthpiece China Central Television published a Weibo post on Friday morning advocating respect for the LGBT community. But the post was soon deleted without any explanation."
Could Smell-O-Vision be coming back - in a mobile form?
Reacting disapprovingly to today's momentous legalization of same-sex marriage in France, Russia's Children's Rights Commissioner Pavel Astakhov said this morning that his country will now consider changing its child adoption policy with France.
Nate Silver makes his prediction for the Super Bowl.
His team may not be competing in the Super Bowl, but Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski found himself partying shirtless in New Orleans.
NASA says an approaching asteroid will be the largest object to ever come this close to Earth, but the mega rock won't zip by until later this month.
Harry Reid says immigration reform should include same-sex families: "If we have gay folks in this country who have children, or they come from some other place they should be protected just like any other child."
Ricky Martin lands in Oz.
Britney Spears will not be playing Vegas.
Louisville, Kentucky, expands anti-discrimination protections for city employees.
Inventor of the Etch A Sketch dead at 86.
Iowa Senator Matt McCoy wants to reduce the penalty for HIV-positive people who don't purposely pass the virus to their sex partners. "...someone convicted of intentional or attempted transmission of the virus could be sentenced to a maximum of five years in prison and face a $750 to $7,500 fine. That would put HIV in the same criminal category as transmitting any other communicable disease, such as Hepatitis C."
Report: Gay UK asylum seekers frequently required to prove sexuality: "(Lecture) will detail the extraordinary methods to which individuals are resorting – including filming themselves having sex – to justify requests for refuge."
Rhode Island Gov. Lincoln Chafee vowed to veto any legislation that tries to put marriage equality up to a popular vote. He wants to see state lawmakers pass a bill, instead.
Hateful anti-gay activist Peter LaBarbera from Americans for Truth About Homosexuality tells a mother who refused to let her gay son's boyfriend spend the night that she's doing the right thing because being gay is like being an alcoholic and shouldn't be enabled: "We don't give an alcoholic, we don't say, 'I love you so much I’m going to give you a bottle of scotch every month.' That's not true love. True love is what you’re talking about, it's defending godly values and praying for your son to be delivered out of that lifestyle."
Alexander McQueen, Autumn/Winter 2013.
Matt Bomer, Eddie Redmayne and other dashing men strutted their stuff at the People's Choice Awards last night.
Britney Spears and The X-Factor have parted ways.
Robert Downey Jr. wants to see Naomi Watts win best actress at this year's Oscars.
Those of you who enjoyed The Amazing Spider-Man starring Andrew Garfield will be excited to hear that the sequel starts shooting soon.
James Yeager, the CEO of a Tennessee-based gun company, said he will start killing people if President Obama tries to limit arms ownership: "I'm not fucking putting up with this. I am not letting my country be ruled by a dictator. I'm not letting anybody take my guns. If it goes one inch further, I'm gonna start killing people."Vice President Joe Biden said today that he and his gun task force will have policy recommendations to President Obama by next Tuesday. The admittedly insane NRA, meanwhile, is "disappointed" by their talks with Biden.
A new generation of activists continues to expand the queer spectrum: "If the gay-rights movement today seems to revolve around same-sex marriage, this generation is seeking something more radical: an upending of gender roles beyond the binary of male/female. The core question isn’t whom they love, but who they are — that is, identity as distinct from sexual orientation." Love it.
If Prince William and Duchess Kate have a girl, she will not have to suffer the indignity of being a simple "Lady," like any old Crawley. No, Queen Elizabeth announced the child will be a "Princess." A boy would be a prince automatically, because, you know, sexism.
Pat Brady, the Illinois GOP party chairman who supports marriage equality, refuses to give into conservative pressure and step down. "If people want to throw me out because I took a stand on an issue of discrimination [as] the chairman of the Republican Party, the party founded by Abraham Lincoln, then that's – that’s up to them and they’re free to do it," he said. "But I'm not backing down."
President Obama has nominated Jack Lew to replace Timothy Geithner as Treasury Secretary.
Finally, enjoy Russian photographer Sergey Semenov's stunning new view of Manhattan. (Click to enlarge.)