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Sunday, 31 January 2010

The Grammys: Beyonce Breaks record, GAGA & Elton John make everyone go 'speechless' & PINK sings upside down

LOS ANGELES — Beyonce became the most decorated female on a Grammy night as she collected six trophies, including song of the year for her anthem "Single Ladies (Put A Ring On It)," but it was another diva – Taylor Swift – who nabbed the top honor, album of the year, for her best-selling "Fearless."

Swift, who won a total of four awards, jumped around like the 20-year-old kid that she is when beat out Beyonce, the Dave Matthews Band, Lady Gaga and the Black Eyed Peas for the honor.

"Oh wow – thank you so much! I just hope that you know how much this means to me.... that we get to take this back to Nashville," said Swift, whose "Fearless" was last year's best-selling album of any genre.

"Oh my God, our families are freaking out in their living rooms," she added. "My dad and my little brother are losing their minds in the living room right now."

Although Beyonce also lost out on record of the year, which went to the Kings of Leon's "Use Somebody," the multihyphenate entertainer still owned the most awards of the evening.

Beyonce, who in 2004 won five Grammys on the strength of her debut album "Dangerously in Love," a mark tied by the likes of Alicia Keys, Norah Jones and Lauryn Hill, Amy Winehouse and Alison Krauss, reached that milestone again Sunday en route to the new record. She is the first to reach that mark twice.

She shared the song of the year trophy with three writers for "Single Ladies" and also won best R&B contemporary album for "I Am ... Sasha Fierce."

"This has been such an amazing night for me and I'd love to thank the Grammys," Beyonce said after winning best female pop vocal for "Halo."

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Lady Gaga & Elton John's Incredible Grammys Duet (VIDEO)

Lady Gaga opened the Grammys with a pantsless performance of 'Poker Face' before one of her backup dancers dumped her into a "Rejected" bin. She emerged covered in ashes and sat down at a duel piano across from...Sir Elton John!

Elton and Gaga, both smeared in ashes and encrusted in glitter, dueted a pretty awesome mash-up of her 'Speechless' and his 'Your Song' as disembodied arms flashed her monster claw move from the top of the piano.

Elton customized his lyrics during their remix of 'Your Song': "How wonderful life is with Gaga in the world!"

Pink also gave a great performance.

Pink wowed the crowd at the Grammy Awards when she sang "Glitter in the Air" while suspended in the air, spinning and singing like something out of Cirque de Soleil.

She started off in a hooded dress and ended it having stripped to a nude bodysuit with just a patch of glitter and some white strips, dunked in a tub of water.

The Kings of Leon were a bit more entertaining when they picked up their record of the year trophy, the family quartet's third of the night.

"I'm not going to lie, we're all a little drunk. But we're happy drunks," said lead singer Caleb Followill.

Lady Gaga won two Grammys during the pre-telecast ceremony but didn't get a chance to show her multitude of outrageous dresses during the primetime show, losing out on record, song and album of the year. But she made her presence felt when she kicked off the night with a sequined green leotard with massive shoulders as she sang her Grammy-nominated hit "Poker Face," then brought out Elton John as they melded her song "Speechless" and his classic "Your Song" together in a performance that featured dueling pianos, and glitter-painted faces.

Swift, who was second to Beyonce in Grammy nominations with eight nods, also won best country album among her other awards. The victory capped an amazing run for Swift, whose "Fearless" is only her second album. Her self-titled debut was a platinum success but "Fearless," with songs like "You Belong With Me," took her into the superstar stratosphere, as she won accolades across genres.

Another country act to take a top award was the Zac Brown Band, which won best new artist.

The Black Eyed Peas also had three trophies, as well as Jay-Z, who won for best rap solo performance and two awards for "Run This Town" with Rihanna and Kanye West.

Rihanna – who was forced to bow out of last year's awards as a performer after being assaulted by then-boyfriend Chris Brown, accepted the trophy along with Jay-Z and with Beyonce's young nephew in tow. West – who has kept a relatively low profile since his dustup with Swift a few months back – was a notable no-show.

Maxwell, up for six awards, also won his first Grammys – best R&B male vocal for the ballad "Pretty Wings" and best R&B album for "BLACKsummers' night." The album marked the R&B crooner's return after an absence of eight years from the music business.

Many participants in the program wore red cross buttons in support of Haiti earthquake relief. Mary J. Blige joined Andrea Bocelli in a rousing rendition of "Bridge Over Troubled Water," which was not only designed to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the song's big Grammy wins, but to raise money for the people in Haiti. The performance, introduced by Haitian native Wyclef Jean, will be available via iTunes.com/target, with the funds going to earthquake relief.

The show also included a special 3-D tribute to Michael Jackson featuring a video clip he made of "Earth Song" as Usher, Carrie Underwood, Celine Dion, Jennifer Hudson and Smokey Robinson sang along.

Jackson's young children, Prince and Paris, accepted a lifetime achievement award for their late father.

"Through all his songs his message was simple, love. We will continue to spread his message and help the world," Prince said.

Saturday, 30 January 2010

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Surprise! Lots of Gay Marriages Are 'Open'

by Steve Weinstein
EDGE Editor-In-Chief
Some may put this into the category of "studies that confirm the painfully obvious," but researchers at San Francisco State University (where else?) are releasing findings that many gay couples are not monogamous.

The New York Times is reporting that the study, to be released in February, noted, "Some gay men and lesbians argue that, as a result, they have stronger, longer-lasting and more honest relationships."

Rather than flouting traditional marriage, the gay way may, in fact, be its savior. Per the article: "Some experts say boundary-challenging gay relationships represent an evolution in marriage - one that might point the way for the survival of the institution."

Actually, the "and lesbians" in the sentence above is apparently not accurate (something many may say is intuitively obvious). According to the Times, the 556 couples studies for three years were all male-male. Of them, about half had sex outside their relationships--with knowledge and approval of the other partner.

"With straight people, it's called affairs or cheating," Colleen Hoff, the study's principal investigator, told the paper, "but with gay people it does not have such negative connotations."

In a conclusion that may surprise some (but not others), the researchers found that these open couples were, in fact, just as happy in their relationships as those who were totally monogamous. A study in 1985 found that open gay relationships last longer.

In a Times blog post, reporter Scott James playfully details some of the "rules of the road" for gay open relationships. "To be clear," he writes, "it's not polygamy, but playmates."

He cites the study as pointing to those rules like, the "200-Mile," "Out of Sight, Out of Mind" rule: If a cat is far away, a mouse can play. The "One-a-Day" rule allows for a time-out. Perhaps the most discussed among gay couples is the "Not More Than Once With the Same Guy" rule. Another sticky subject is the "Not In Our Home Rule."

Of course, some will insist that such a study undermines the argument for gay marriage. There used to be a phrase in Yiddish, "Don't discuss in front of the non-Jews." This kind of community groupthink would maintain that the study reinforces the stereotype of two gay men as horn dogs, seeking out sex, sex and more sex wherever they can find it.

Commentor on James' blog item reiterated this belief. "Try not to portray us as these sex-crazed stereotypes," one wrote.

Another said his post "trivializes and belittles the 50% of gay relationships which which are monogamous and devoted partnerships. Thanks for giving the bigots more ammunition and the Sunday-go-to-church gossips something to gasp at."

Another made the interesting point that studying couples in San Francisco and projecting them as typical is no more accurate than straight couples in the capital of the counter-culture. A study in Indianapolis, say, may yield very different results.

But at least one heterosexual observer would disagree. "The traditional American marriage is in crisis, and we need insight," Joe Quirk, author of "It's Not You, It's Biology." "If innovation in marriage is going to occur, it will be spearheaded by homosexual marriages."

There is also a question of how monogamous those "traditional" heterosexual couples really are. In 1972, a bestseller entitled "Open Marriage" spurred media discussion that such marriages were on the rise.

Many experts, however, disagree. But, since Alfred Kinsey's pioneering research in the 1950s, there haven't been thorough-enough studies to verify the incidence of open relationships among heterosexuals, according to many observers.


Friday, 29 January 2010

Brent Everett trains Jakob Preview Video

Jakob is one of my Newest models. He's a US Marine, Hot, Hung and oh just check out those baby blues. I know we hear "Straight" alot and it's thrown out there like no tomorrow, but he is. He's very open minded tho, just like every boy being born today. I LOVE IT! Where did they all come from all of a sudden??? Hmmmm, i don't care. It's awesome. Here I am training Jakob how to suck man meat. He's pretty good and I love seeing him choke on it some. It brings tears to his eyes and I love it. Makes me that much harder too!
Brent Everett

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"Dont' ask, don't Tell" repeal moves forward

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Thursday, 28 January 2010

'Vampire Diaries': Sean Faris to sling drinks in Mystic Falls

By Hanh Nguyen
Hey "The Vampire Diaries" fans, if you love the pretty, you'll be happy with some new blood coming to Mystic Falls.

Sean Faris, who starred in the big screen's "Never Back Down," will visit "Vampire Diaries" for a multiple-episode run, a rep confirms.

Apparently, Faris, 27, is heading to Atlanta Wednesday to begin shooting his "Vampire Diaries" role as "a sexy bartender named Ben," publicist Craig Schneider tells Zap2it.

Naturally, this sexy Ben will somehow get mixed up with vampire business and one of the lovely ladies. Otherwise, what's the point of importing another pretty face? We're actually happy that he'll be playing a regular, blood-pumping human as far as we know. Leave the brooding vampire stuff to Paul Wesley and Ian Somerhalder.

Faris had previously starred on "Reunion" and "life as we know it," neither of which lasted one complete season. Twice bitten, the actor had vowed to Zap2it's Korbi Ghosh that he'd never to do TV again, but could he really pass up The CW's fangtastic hit and a chance to jump on the vampire bandwagon? Not bloody likely. Fang fans, rejoice!

Enjoy some of the new sexy images of Sean and company from justjared & tylershields.com

Michael Dawson showing some of his man meat

Tottenham centre-back Michael Dawson has been rewarded with a new contract until 2015 following his form this season.

The 26-year-old has been a regular following injury to Jonathan Woodgate and the fact Ledley King is unable to play matches in quick succession. Spurs have kept seven clean sheets in their last nine matches, with Dawson playing in all of those games, and his form has led to Harry Redknapp tipping his defender for a first England cap.

Below you can see him exposing himself while in the locker room while the cameras were rolling. I think it's pretty hot guys.
Brent Everett

Nick Jonas on the cover of Vman

ManCrunch SuperBowl Ad: Gay Dating Site Ad Considered By CBS


CBS is considering airing an ad for gay dating site ManCrunch, Fox News reports.

On the heels of the network's decision that advocacy ads are acceptable, ManCrunch says CBS has not rejected its ad — which includes two male football fans making out.

A rep for ManCrunch told Fox News that CBS said "the spot hadn't been officially approved yet" as of last week, but "all the Super Bowl spots were sold out."

"ManCrunch requested the spot get reviewed anyway just in case another advertiser drops out and a spot becomes available, as often happens, and CBS agreed," the rep said.

A CBS rep told Fox News that "the ad is still under review, the process takes a little while....We still have a lot of ads we have yet to review."

WATCH the ad:

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Wednesday, 27 January 2010

Brent's Next Strip Bingo - Don't Miss It!

If you're a member of BrentEverett.com and don't have a bingo card yet like the sample below, click here (for the rules and an email link) by tonight to ask for one and we can still send it to you.

Vanna Black aka, Justice Paige will be co-hosting the bingo and if you've been to the show when she's there it's a hoot!

Also, there's a chance for you to win a new laptop computer.

And..... Bring your shot glasses and shot drink cuz every time we roll an "O" we take a shot of liquor. Makes for a fun and crazy game while I strip.

Brent Everett

Random News: Obama to ask for end to "Don't ask, Don't Tell" tonight, Daren Kagasoff in HOT Calvins & eHarmony Finally Settles Gay Discrimination Case

Obama will ask in State of Union for end to 'Don't Ask, Don't Tell'

By Ed O'Keefe
President Obama will call for a repeal of the military's "don't ask, don't tell" policy during Wednesday night's State of the Union address, White House officials said Wednesday afternoon.

The policy forbids openly gay and lesbian people from serving in the military, and requires their discharge should they tell fellow servicemembers about their sexuality.

The White House has faced pressure since early last year from liberal and gay rights groups to end "don't ask, don't tell." A growing chorus of people across the political spectrum and several retired military leaders have also called for a repeal.

Sen. Carl Levin (D-Mich.) hinted to reporters earlier this week that Obama might mention a repeal. He said the White House had asked him to delay hearings scheduled for February on the matter. CNN first reported Wednesday afternoon on the president's intention.

Earlier in the day, retired Gen. John Shalikashvili, a former chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, urged the president to repeal the policy. "As a nation built on the principal of equality, we should recognize and welcome change that will build a stronger more cohesive military," Shalikashvili said. "It is time to repeal 'don't ask, don't tell' and allow our military leaders to create policy that holds our service members to a single standard of conduct and discipline."

Shalikashvili was chairman of the Joint Chiefs when the policy was enacted under President Bill Clinton.

A report released Tuesday estimated that 66,000 gay, lesbian and bisexual people are serving in the U.S. military, roughly 2 percent of all military personnel.

Gays, lesbians and bisexuals account for about 13,000 active-duty servicemembers, equal to less than 1 percent currently deployed, the report estimated. About 53,000 others serve in the National Guard and reserves, equaling about 3.4 percent, the report stated.

Daren Kagasoff in HOT Calvins


Daren Kagasoff fills out a white pair of briefs from Calvin Klein Underwear in this sexy new spread for Vman magazine #17, which hits newsstands TOMORROW (January 28)!

The 22-year-old actor, who stars on ABC Family’s The Secret Life of the American Teenager, posed shirtless for famed photographer Hedi Slimane for Vman’s “How to Keep It Cool” story. Check out what Daren had to share:

On celebs he’d like to be compared to:Leonardo DiCaprio and Emile Hirsch. With Leo, it’s beyond the fact that he is a moneymaking machine. He is really conscious about his material and takes every character he plays to a place the writers probably never anticipated. Emile Hirsch is just so respectable. He works for the art of it and that kind of passion transcends the screen.”

On new projects he’d like to do: “I love TV but I would also love to do movies, to play roles that will challenge me, roles people don’t expect me to play. I also want to do theater, probably something off Broadway.”

On whether he prefers boxers or briefs: “Briefs.”

For more from Daren, check out Vman #17, on newsstands TOMORROW! Lookin’ hot, Daren!!!

eHarmony Finally Settles Gay Discrimination Case

The online dating service eHarmony has agreed to settle a California lawsuit that claimed it discriminated against homosexuals.

Under a proposed settlement filed Tuesday in Los Angeles Superior Court, eHarmony will link its straight and gay Web sites and allow people to use both without paying double fees.

Plaintiff's attorney Todd Schneider says the company also agreed to pay about $500,000 to an estimated 150 Californians to settle the class-action suit, plus around $1.5 million in court and attorney's fees.

The company didn't admit any wrongdoing. A judge must approve the settlement. A court date is scheduled for Feb. 3.

Tuesday, 26 January 2010

Sexy and very religous Tim Tebow in ad controversy, Part 1

Florida quarterback Tim Tebow is in the news right now and has caused a bit of controversy. Tim says he is standing up for what he believes, in a Super Bowl ad featuring him and his mother. The ad has drawn criticism from women's groups because it is likely to convey an anti-abortion message. Right or wrong, all I can say is he's hot. Tim is very religious and has John 3:16 underneath his eyes at games. For those of us who know, that's a verse from the Bible.

Here are some sexy pics of Tim. Sexy, eh?

Brent Everett