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Fox News Host Calls George Clooney Gay: VIDEO

Eric Bolling

We should be so lucky.

On  anepisode of The Five this week, host Eric Bolling remarked on the movie star's engagement to Amal Alamuddin by quipping,

It's clear, though, George Clooney's gay. Now, let me explain. For all the ladies out there who think he's amazing, just admit it. He's either gay or he's married, just get over it. Move on. There's gotta be someone else.

The "joke," as Bolling called it, landed with a deafening thud and even left his co-hosts perplexed as to what point he was trying to make and what the punchline was supposed to be. The answer is, Bolling; Bolling was the punchline. 

You can watch the comedy fail AFTER THE JUMP...

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News: Dianne Feinstein, Indiana Poll, Kelly Clarkson, UKIP

1NewsIcon As of this writing, almost 50,000 people have signed a petition calling on the White House to designate Westboro Baptist a hate group.

RockHillHerald1NewsIcon South Carolina's Rock Hill Herald apologized after running an advertisement for guns next to a news story about the shooting. "Advertisements are usually placed days before the newspaper lands on your doorstep. In this case, the advertisement in question was placed Thursday morning," wrote editor Paul Osmundson. "But we at The Herald should have recognized the unfortunate juxtaposition of the advertisement with stories and a photograph about gun violence."

1NewsIcon In the wake of the Connecticut shooting, Fox is airing repeats of Family Guy and American Dad tonight instead of new episodes that contain "possibly sensitive material."

1NewsIcon From author Liza Long's piece on raising and caring for a mentally ill and potentially dangerous son, "I Am Adam Lanza's Mother": "No one wants to send a 13-year-old genius who loves Harry Potter and his snuggle animal collection to jail But our society, with its stigma on mental illness and its broken healthcare system, does not provide us with other options. Then another tortured soul shoots up a fast food restaurant. A mall. A kindergarten classroom. And we wring our hands and say, 'Something must be done.'"

1NewsIcon Sen. Dianne Feinstein says she plans to introduce an assault weapons ban next month. "It will ban the sale, the transfer, the importation, and the possession. Not retroactively, but prospectively. It will ban the same for big clips, drums or strips of more than 10 bullets," she said. "There will be a bill."

Brainscan1NewsIcon The U.S. Army's experiments in chemistry: "In 1953, a catastrophic amount of EA 1298—a version of mescaline—had been injected into a patient named Harold Blauer, who had a violent reaction: shock, coma, and then death. Blauer, a professional tennis player, had been admitted to the institute for depression, and was never told that he was part of a military experiment."

1NewsIcon Openly gay Rep. Barney Frank on his forthcoming retirement: "I'm hoping to get paid well to do what I do now for nothing."

1NewsIcon Latest polls show Indiana voters split on legalizing gay marriage: "The survey taken for the Bowen Center for Public Affairs at Ball State University and WISH-TV found that 45 percent of those surveyed supported allowing gay people to wed, while 45 percent opposed the idea. Ten percent had no opinion."

1NewsIcon Homeland actor Mandy Patinkin was very excited to hear that Fox New York morning show host Dave Price's wife was going into labor.

1NewsIcon Kelly Clarkson announced today via Twitter that she and her manager's son, Brandon Blackstock, are getting married.

1NewsIcon Can the Spice Girls really exist without Victoria Beckham?

1NewsIcon Martin Short knows all the right people in his SNL monologue.

Sperm1NewsIcon For sperm, it's not just the head that matters, but length too: "Most fertility research has focused on the size of sperm and the size of the swimmers' heads, but a new study suggests the variability in the length of sperm also may put a wrench in successful reproduction. Like a factory churning out products of inconsistent sizes, ejaculates with varying sperm lengths can be a problem, said James Mossman of Brown University in Rhode Island."

1NewsIcon British conservatives upset with Prime Minister David Cameron's push for marriage equality appear to be turning toward anti-EU political party UKIP. From Reuters: "UKIP, which wants Britain to exit the EU, has pledged to exploit Conservative divisions over the issue and polls showed its support reaching new highs, putting it in third place ahead of Cameron's junior coalition partners the Liberal Democrats."

1NewsIcon RIP: "Gustavo Archilla, whose marriage in Canada in 2003 after almost six decades of a quiet and committed relationship inspired supporters of same-sex marriage, died on Nov. 27 on Marco Island, Fla., where he lived. He was 96."

1NewsIcon Finally, an inflatable bee beard.

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Writes David Beckham on Facebook: "So proud of my wife taking #NYFW by the balls".

David Beckham and 'Daddy's Little Girl': PHOTO


David and Victoria Beckham posted the first photos of their daughter Harper Seven to their respective Facebook accounts on Sunday. Harper is the couple's first daughter, born on July 10. They have three sons already.

Photo of Posh and baby, AFTER THE JUMP...

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Pictured: Posh and Becks in 10 Years


Artist Joe Mullins has decided to torture a few celebrities by imagining them in ten years time.

Several of his other assessments, AFTER THE JUMP...

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News: Ryan McGinley, Russia, Posh, Channing Tatum, Himalayas


Activist David Mixner on the mend. We are happy to hear it.



New Ryan McGinley solo exhibit in London features naked young people in caves.


Illinois Governor Pat Quinn restores budget funding for HIV/AIDS services.


How did Posh Spice's first day as an American Idol judge go?


Russian Big Brother contestant sues over claims he is gay and a prostitute: "His legal team says the case is the first time that a Russian public figure has sued over allegations that he is gay."


NPR covers New York's Big Gay Ice Cream Truck.


New anti-healthcare ad tactic: scare the hell out of seniors.


U.S. Attorney won't investigate Rainbow Lounge raid: "In a statement e-mailed to the Star-Telegram, Jacks wrote that although his office monitors reports of excessive force by local or state police, it is the role of the FBI to investigate complaints of civil-rights violations." Gay rights group continues push for outside inquiry...


Christian group in Russia wants gay culture to vanish: "Everything that is connected to the propaganda of gay culture must be moved away to limit the impact on ordinary people, because it leads to degradation."


Now this is what I'd expect Thor to look like.



WWF: Over 350 new species discovered in Himalayas in last decade. "This enormous cultural and biological diversity underscores the fragile nature of an environment which risks being lost forever unless the impacts of climate change are reversed."


Game Show Network's Newlywed Game seeks gay couples...


UK water park bans Speedos: "To prevent embarrassment among fellow members of the public and to maintain the family friendly atmosphere at the resort, bosses have taken the extreme measure of banning these tight trunks from their popular waterpark located within the Splash Landings Hotel."



Channing Tatum's stripper past.


Tennessee's first male strip club to open in Nashville over Labor Day Weekend. Metro Councilman: "I'm sick to my stomach - I'm just absolutely sick. It's different for a man to show himself than a woman. It's another step in the wrong direction."


Promo pics for yet another vampire series.


Michael Jackson buried at Forest Lawn Cemetery in the Hollywood Hills.


The Shake Weight: with this and thighmaster you'll be all set.


John Mayer spends "mature and beautiful" evening out.


Survey to reveal number of gay clergy in England: "Inclusive Church, a network of individuals and organisations working for better recognition of minorities, says the survey will be the first of its kind and will prove that lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgendered (LGBT) clergy play a crucial role in the everyday life of the church.


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