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Lance Bass, Susan Boyle, and the Village People 'Keep an Open Mouth' for Miracle Whip: VIDEO


Miracle Whip has enlisted Lance Bass, the Village People, Susan Boyle, Wynonna Judd, Tiffany, and a bunch of other random people for a parody of the "We Are the World" video in which they sing with mock sincerity about the processed spread.

Sings Bass, "Just because you were in a boyband, doesn't mean that you're not a man."

I'm a Hellman's man myself, but I don't judge.


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Glenn Close to Play Susan Boyle


Imho, a perfect role for Close.

Brit tab The Sun reports:

"Glenn said 'aye' to film bosses this week and is about to start work on her SuBo shuffle and catchphrase 'bloody fantastic'. A source said: 'The film is full steam ahead now the leading role is sorted. It was always going to be a tricky one to cast. SuBo's incredible story is so well-known across the planet that the film is bound to go down a storm.'"

What Happens When Lou Reed Directs a Susan Boyle Video?


Boyle sings Reed's "Perfect Day" in a new video clip which he directed:

"It was shot at Loch Lomond earlier this month. But filming did not go entirely to plan as the shoot was hampered by constant rain and wind. Boyle, from Blackburn, West Lothian, said: 'I loved that Lou understood how much it meant to me to film in Scotland. I didn't mind how much it rained or blew a gale - I enjoyed every minute.' An insider on the video shoot added: "Every element that could have been thrown at us was. Torrential rain, gale force winds and fog. 'There's a stunt double we used during a cliffscene and her wig flew off. Susan was there singing Perfect Day and the weather was the complete opposite.'"

Watch Boyle's walk on the wild side, AFTER THE JUMP...

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Susan Boyle to Play Cafeteria Lunch Lady on Glee?


EW appears on what would certainly be a must-watch Glee cameo:

"Now, EW has learned a certain music (and YouTube) sensation may be appearing on the hit Fox series in a season two Christmas episode: Susan Boyle. The Britain’s Got Talent runner-up is conveniently on the same record label, Columbia, as the Glee cast. And who would Boyle play? 'I have two words for you: Lunch. Lady,' says Glee co-creator Ryan Murphy. 'I think Kurt would just die to give her a Christmas makeover. I don’t even know if she’s interested but it’s been pitched.'"

News: Kellan Lutz, PETA, Iowa, Susan Boyle, Top Gear, Jesus Luz

 roadGay bashing brawl under investigation in Clear Lake, Iowa. "A man was reportedly dancing when he was slammed to the ground and beaten by another patron who made rude references to the man’s sexual orientation. A friend of the victim then reportedly tried to pull the attacker off of him and that resulted in other patrons getting involved. Peterson described the scene as 'mayhem.'"

Churchcouple  roadBlack gay couple walk out of Mount Calvary Holy Church during anti-gay sermon: "Mack and Garrett, 32, contacted DC Agenda about their decision to walk out on Owens’ sermon and are believed to be the first gays to publicly disclose their departure from a church that activists say has a large number of closeted gay members, mostly black."

 roadSusan Boyle has new airport meltdown: "The source went on to explain that while SuBo was waiting to board a flight to Chicago, she suddenly grabbed a cleaning product out of a janitor's cart and used it as a fake microphone..."

 roadJesus Luz shows some bush.

 roadDrug resistant HIV poised for surge, self-sustaining epidemics: "When the team used the model to look into the future, it predicted a rapid upsurge in the spread of resistant strains. The model suggested that 60 per cent of the resistant strains currently circulating in San Francisco could cause "self-sustaining epidemics", says Blower, in which each infected individual spreads the resistant strain to more than one new recipient."

 road700 Club issues non-apology for Pat Robertson comments.

 roadKelis tells PETA off: "I would eat pterodactyl if you found some and you told me it was meaty and delicious."

Reed  roadDetails: High school quarterback turns lesbian filmmaker.

 roadD.C. sees second slaying of gay man in two weeks: “There is no indication at this time that this homicide occurred as a result of a hate crime."

 roadMaryland delegate introduces anti-gay bill: "Del. Emmett C. Burns Jr.'s measure would also declare that marriages between individuals of the same sex are against the public policy of the state of Maryland. The House of Delegates Judiciary Committee has rejected similar measures introduced before, which prevented the bill from going to the House floor for debate. In neighboring Washington, D.C., gay couples will likely be able to apply soon for marriage licenses. The district's City Council passed a bill last month legalizing same-sex marriage."

 roadGlee's Matthew Morrison to release debut album.

 roadDocumentary about killing of gay Liverpool teen Michael Causer to be screened at Istanbul International Film Festival: "We are all really excited that such an important film is being shown in Turkey. The international struggle for LGBT equality and acceptance is one which is the central message of this film. What happened to Michael Causer was a travesty of justice and was plainly ignored by many in the national media."

Kellan  roadKellan the Barbarian?

 roadPope defends invitation of Anglicans disaffected by gay policies to convert: "Benedict told members of the Vatican's Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith that the invitation wasn't an attack on the church's reunification efforts with other Christians but designed to help them by bringing about 'full and visible communion.'"

 roadBruce Weber's All American.

 roadBritish auto show Top Gear slammed for not allowing gay couples in studio audience: "It’s very odd, but what do you expect from pigs that grunt? Regrettably, with Jeremy Clarkson involved, it’s not surprising. The show itself is full of stereotyping of both men and women – but it’s funded by gay and lesbian licence fee cash as well as everyone else’s. Arguably, this is a breach of the Sexual Orientation Regulations 2005."

News: Luke and Noah, Venezuela, Bollywood, HIV, Chad White


TSA leaks entire screening procedures manual.


In response to the Manhattan Declaration, the Affirmation Declaration.

Noah Send a good-bye kiss to daytime TV's pioneering gay couple Luke and Noah.


UCLA researchers: stem cells can be engineered to kill HIV: "We have demonstrated in this proof-of-principle study that this type of approach can be used to engineer the human immune system, particularly the T-cell response, to specifically target HIV-infected cells. These studies lay the foundation for further therapeutic development that involves restoring damaged or defective immune responses toward a variety of viruses that cause chronic disease, or even different types of tumors."


Susan Boyle to perform at Michelle Obama's birthday party.


Inside Cory Monteith's crib.


Miami teacher murdered by his ex-lover: "According to a police report, neighbors watched in horror as Higgs stabbed Brown several times with a kitchen knife in the hallway at Inland Towers Apartment. Higgs, 53, then fled the scene but was captured a short time later. Police believe the two men knew each other for a long time and had an intimate relationship for the past seven or eight years before brown broke it off for unknown reasons."


There's been a death in the Beckham family.


Pageant held for 'Miss Fat Gay Venezuela'. Video.


A Christian-Hollywood link to the Uganda "kill gays" bill.



Chad White and Kerry Degman in "boot camp".


AfterElton does a post-season interview with gay brothers Sam and Dan McMillen from The Amazing Race.


Washington lawmaker Reuven Carlyle to introduce disclosure bill: "[Bill] would clarify that signatures, names and addresses of people who sign initiatives and referendums are part of the public record. The issue of releasing names of people who sign referendums and initiatives surfaced earlier this year in the fight over the new 'everything but marriage' law that expands rights for gay domestic partners in Washington state."


Widowed lesbian wins landmark payout over hospital error: "The case is believed to mark the first time a civil partner in England has been awarded compensation for medical negligence since the passage of a law that provides civil partners similar rights as married couples."


Avatar turns Sigourney Weaver into a weeping mess: "It [Avatar] will pick you up and shake you like a rag doll. I'm not too much of an emotional creature, but I was weeping by the end. I remember reading the script and thinking, I love this but how can he [Cameron] ever do this. Nothing like this had been done before — floating mountains!"


Boy Culture has a boatload of material from the Single Man press junket in NYC.



Homophobic easter egg found in new video game Call of Duty: Modern Warfare?


In the can: Bollywood's first gay lovemaking scene.


Robert Downey Jr. shows off at Mann's Chinese Theater handprint ceremony.


NY Dems to be targeted in 2010 over marriage vote: "It's going to be a bloodbath. We're going to use every single weapon in our quiver to take these people out. We either need to replace them or scare the hell out of them so they do the right thing."


Big Love villain Alby to get boyfriend.


Lambeth: London police conduct raids against homophobic crime at 17 addresses: " The operation was carried out to mark the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women, and was part of wider police action across London. A Lambeth police spokeswoman said the main thrust of the action was to combat violence against women, but it also focussed on combating racist, homophobic and disability motivated hate crime, and crimes against the vulnerable or older people by members of their own family and carers."


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