The boys of Jersey Shore just might have coined a new term: gaydo. Alright, that one's a work in progress, but give us time. The muscled, melanoma-chasing juiceheads (MTV sanctioned that one) recently appeared, in all their beefcake wonder, on the cover of an issue of the Village Voice. The Queer Issue.
Our number two unsexiest man of the year is back, and instead of douching it up on beach so we can mock him like a good pseudo-celebrity, Jersey Shore's Mike "The Situation" Sorrentino has attempted to make music so laughably bad that we'll be shocked if even DJ Pauly D touches this mess. Just under a minute of his creatively titled first rap single "The Situation" has leaked online so far, but it has already cemented itself as the heir apparent to Kevin Federline's dance-floor-clearing 2006 flop "PopoZão."
Amy Winehouse managed to keep her bedraggled self out of the
tabloids for an admirable run, but sooner or later water finds its
level. Britain's favorite crack-addled songbird has stepped in it
again, pleading guilty Wednesday to the assault of a theater manager this past December