Watch the new video to promote the Foo Fighters’ upcoming US tour. Entitled Hot Buns, it’s kind of a fake gay porn video in a truck stop shower!
Grohl and the rest of the Foo Fighters (donning outrageous trucker attire) are finishing breakfast before repairing to the showers to wash off their road grime. Which is when the real, ahem, action starts.. (Note the crafty use of Queen’s Body Language in there!)
At the end of the clip, the band shows off their big rigs -(come on, they’re truckers!) – before the US tour dates roll. How on earth can the Foo Fighters top this one? See for yourself!
For the UNCENSORED version go here! http://hotbuns.foofighters.com
Oh and don’t forget – next single ‘Arlandria’ is out Sept 5th on all download platfoms! Video is coming..
Hot Buns- Censored version below:
Liz Lemon can’t save him from this one. “30 Rock” star Tracy Morgan allegedly went on an anti-gay tirade at a recent comedy show. During his stand-up, he mocked gay bullying and President Obama’s support of the LGBT community, and even said he’d kill his own son if he were gay.
Morgan took the stage at the Ryman Auditorium here last week and reportedly slammed the gay community, saying, “Gays need to quit being p–sies and not be whining about something as insignificant as bullying.”
Morgan also said that being gay is a choice and that “Born This Way” is “bullsh–,” referencing Lady Gaga’s LGBT-friendly #1 song. “Gay is something that kids learn from the media and programming,” he said.
Along with basically staying that God doesn’t make mistakes (and equating gays to “mistakes”), as well as slamming Obama for his support of the gay community, Morgan also said that if his son would ever come out to him, he said he “better talk to me like a man and not in a gay voice or I’ll pull out a knife and stab that little n–ger to death.”
“I don’t f–king care if I piss off some gays, because if they can take a f–king d–k up their ass, they can take a f–king joke,” he said. We’re still waiting for the punchline.
While there’s been no comment from Tracy’s camp, the Ryman Auditorium did release a statement. “The Ryman Auditorium regrets that people were offended by statements made by Tracy Morgan during his June 3 appearance,” it read. “The Ryman does not control the content presented by people appearing on its stage, nor does it endorse any of the views of, or statements made by, such persons.”
It’s not the first time Morgan has come under fire for homophobic remarks. In 2009 there were walkouts during his stand-up show at Carnegie Hall after, among other things, he said being gay was a choice.
Lady Gaga was “f***ing shell shocked” by comparisons between ‘Born This Way’ and Madonna’s ‘Express Yourself’. The singer was surprised and upset people would compare the lead single from her new album – which has been a huge international hit – with Madonna’s 1989 track, and she can see no similarities herself.
She told NME magazine: “I was f***ing shell shocked by it. If you put the songs next to each other, side by side, the only similarities are the chord progression. It’s the same one which has been in disco music for the last 50 years.
“Just because I’m the first artist in 25 years to think of putting it on Top 40 radio doesn’t mean I’m a plagiarist, it means I’m f***ing smart. Sorry.”
Gaga also feels the message of the song – which has been hailed a gay anthem – came to her from God, and people are always looking to criticise her just because she has become so famous.
She added: “I feel like, honestly, that God sent me those lyrics and that melody. When you feel a message to give to the world and people are shooting arrows through it – there’s no way for something that pure to be wrong.”
Gaga’s next single, ‘Judas’ is out now.
Jason Mraz’s new fiancée shouldn’t expect to get married any time soon. The “I’m Yours” singer says he will only marry girlfriend Tristan Prettyman when gay couples are legally allowed to get married. Mraz, 33, asked his 28-year-old “dream girl” to be his wife last month, but until gay marriage is deemed legal, he won’t say I Do yet. He told our source during Elton John’s Concert to Benefit the American Foundation for Equal Rights in Beverly Hills last week, “”We both feel that in our engagement, we have a union that’s really special and can’t be broken. It’s a sacred bond.” “The wedding would be nice for our family, our friends, our community – our moms especially – and so it puts us in the fight. We can’t get married until [gay] marriage is legal and equal. I think giving people the right to marry will be a huge movement in civil rights.” Mraz isn’t the only one who feels exactly the same way. Brad Pitt famously said in an interview in 2006 that he and Jolie would only get married when everyone in the country is legally able to.
Ricky Martin likes ‘smart, witty’ men. The openly gay singer – who has two-year-old twin sons, Matteo and Valentino – is attracted to guys who have self-confidence without being arrogant and are open to new things. He said: “I love witty. I love mental strength. Just being secure. “With all the stuff I come with, you have to be someone who is sure of himself. That turns me on. “Somebody who is very sure of themselves without being arrogant – smart, witty, has a career. Somebody who is very open-minded about things. That’s what I love. Adventurous is the word.” Since he became a father, Ricky insists he is more wary about romance than he used to be because he has to think about the impact any relationship would have on his kids. He added to Attitude magazine: “I used to fall in love quickly. When you are young you are open to taking risks and not afraid of anything. “Now my priorities are different. I have children and they are the most important thing in my life. OK, I’m in a relationship and I know how lucky I am.”
Universal is changing the trailer for their Vince Vaughn-Kevin James comedy “Dilemma” after it received severe criticism over the use of the word “gay.” In the teaser trailer for the upcoming Ron Howard-directed comedy, Vaughn is speaking to a packed conference room when he hurls the term as an insult, saying, “Ladies and gentlemen, electric cars are so gay.” The trailer got so much buzz that even Anderson Cooper complained to Ellen DeGeneres on her talk show that the film influences people in thinking the term is acceptable. He told the host via satellite, “I was sitting in a movie theater over the weekend and there was a preview of a movie, and in it, the actor said, ‘That’s so gay,’ and I was shocked that not only that they put it in the movie, but that they put that in the preview.” “They thought it was okay to put that in a preview for the movie to get people to go and see it… We’ve got to do something to make those words unacceptable cause those words are hurting kids.” Cooper never identified the name of the film. GLAAD is also speaking out, saying the use of the word “gay” in the film’s teaser was “unnecessary and does nothing more than send a message of intolerance about our community to viewers.” Universal now promises to change the trailer for the film, saying in a statement obtained by Deadline: “The teaser trailer for The Dilemma was not intended to cause anyone discomfort. In light of growing claims that the introduction to the trailer is insensitive, it is being replaced.”
Lady Gaga wants to be the voice of her generation. Lady Gaga wants to be the voice of her generation and address the big issues in the world. The 24-year-old singer revealed in a video blog about the US military’s policy of ‘Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell’ ‘ which requires gay service members to keep quiet about their sexuality on the proviso they won’t be asked about it ‘ that she wanted to represent her generation and those affected by the policy. Discussing the upcoming US Senate vote on the legislation, she said: ‘ am here to be a voice for my generation. Not the generation of the senators who are voting but for the youth of this country, the generation that is affected by this law, and whose children will be affected.’ The eccentric pop star wore a suit and sat in front of a US flag to deliver her message, and highlighted startling information that military chiefs were searching through people’s personal emails and belongings to discover their sexuality. She said: ‘Ultimately, the law is being enforced using gay profiling. And gay soldiers have become targets. In short, not only is the law unconstitutional but it’s not even being properly or fairly enforced by the government.’ Gaga has long been an impassioned speaker on gay rights issues, and was recently reported to be training to become an ordained minister so she could marry her gay fans. A friend said: ‘She has completed virtually all of the coursework. She sees this as a way of repaying the love her fans have shown her.” If Gaga ‘ who was raised as a devout Catholic ‘ were to complete the online course, she would be able to refer to herself as a ‘pastor or reverend’.
CBS Vows To Add More Gay Characters On Its Shows. After receiving a failing grade from the Gays & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation, CBS now vows to add more gay characters to its shows. Network president Nina Tassler says they will do better next time. GLAAD has given the eye network a failing mark for two consecutive years for lacking more gay characters on its shows. Because of the disappointing grades, Tassler said they have plans to include more gay representations on the upcoming episodes of their shows. Tassler said at the Television Critics Association fall previews, as quoted by TVGuide, “I’m very disappointed in our track record so far. We know we will do better.” “Once you come out of your pilot development season disappointed with yourself, you go into the current series season and look for every opportunity we can to improve the numbers we have represented in the cast.” “We’re going to do that, and we’ll continue to focus on that as we go into development season. We’re not happy with ourselves.” The characters that are expected to be introduced include Alicia’s (Julianna Margulies) gay brother on “The Good Wife,” a new recurring gay character of “S#*! My Dad Says,” and a lesbian surrogate for Jeff and Audrey (Patrick Warburton and Megyn Price) on “Rules of Engagement.” GLAAD President Jarrett Barrios is “hopeful” that the promised new characters will “help build awareness and understanding” of the community among viewers, though he is also wary of the plan, saying “After two years of receiving a ‘failing’ grade and a commitment last year to be more inclusive, we hope that CBS President Nina Tassler makes true on this promise to bring the network more in line with the industry standard.”
“Today” Opens Wedding Contest To Same-Sex Couples. The “Today Show” is changing its annual wedding contest rules to allow same-sex couple to apply. After meeting with gay and lesbian activists on Thursday, the NBC morning show decided to extend the deadline of applications to wait for gay couples to submit. The Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation met with the NBC executives to voice their concerns on why same-sex couples are not allowed to enter their “Modern Wedding Contest.” The application on the show included only “bride” and “groom” as options for applicants. NBC first argued that “the couple must be able to be legally married in New York, which is where the wedding will take place.” But GLAAD pointed out that the state recognizes same-sex marriage licenses in other states. Same-sex couples can obtain their marriage licenses in Iowa, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Vermont, New Hampshire, and Washington, D.C. The peacock network, after meeting with GLAAD, then announced that it has listened to the community concerns. It has now opened the contest to same-sex couples and extended the deadline of submissions to Monday, July 12. Finalists will be announced later this year and the wedding will take place live on the “Today Show.”
Lady Gaga taking special care of herself . Lady Gaga is taking special care of herself to stop her getting lupus. The ‘Bad Romance’ singer is not currently unwell with the disease – which can cause severe skin damage as well as harming many of the body’s organs – but is forced to pay special attention to her health to prevent her from falling ill. She said: “Lupus is in my family, it’s genetic. It’s funny because my mother told me the other day that my fans are worried because I did talk about the fact that I was tested for lupus. The truth is I don’t have any signs or symptoms of lupus but I have tested borderline positive for the disease. As of right now, I do not have it, but I have to take good care of myself.” The 24-year-old singer recently underwent a series of medical tests after her aunt died from the disease. While she is trying hard to look after her health, the pop star is also busy campaigning to stop young homosexual people in America being judged by their sexuality. She told chat show host Larry King: “There’s so many archaic things floating around in the government right now that are so misinformed and so wrong. It’s very confusing. It’s very confusing for young people, especially 14 year olds in high school who are getting sent home because they have T-shirts that have “gay” on it, as if gay is a curse word or somehow inappropriate. I just think that in terms of education – sexual education, political education and social education – in schools, I think it’s important to be specific about civil rights and a person’s worth. No person is worth any less than another human being based on their sexual orientation.”