The photo you see to the right washed up on the shores of Reddit yesterday. It's a duck in a subway station. "Why is that duck in that subway station?", you ask. The short answer is: Aflac publicity stunt. The longer answer: poorly thought-out Aflac publicity stunt, one that has the MTA rather steam ... More >>
The NBA star reached out to former N Sync member Lance Bass, as Bass described on his Sirius/XM show, Dirty Pop With Lance Bass. Said Lance, "Jason's been trying to plan this for a very long time, contemplating if he wanted to do this. In fact, he said he was going to call me months ago but was too ... More >>
Earlier this week, we told you about New York magazine's cover story on Christine Quinn, in which writer Jonathan Van Meter reported that Mayor Bloomberg said, "Look at the ass on her," while admiring a party guest. But now, the mayor denies that he said anything of the sort. The Observer reports ... More >>
I've never been happier to be wrong about something. Two weeks ago, the last line of my column read: "Probably won't happen. But wouldn't it be fun if it did?" The event I didn't think could happen was Adam Lambert scoring a No. 1 album on the Billboard 200 album chart with his second disc, Trespas ... More >>
About a year ago, the movie Bridesmaids opened in the U.S. and was the subject of a rather unusual awareness campaign. Female movie fans, largely independently of the film's producers, compelled women to go see the film in its opening weekend and defy common Hollywood wisdom that non-rom-com movies ... More >>
Nicola Roberts, having herself a lucky day with the Village Voice.Sound of the City's year-end roundtable, with contributions from Tom Ewing, Eric Harvey, Maura Johnston, Nick Murray, and Katherine St. Asaph, continues. Follow along here. Hey all. Again, thanks to Maura for putting this ... More >>
Kirstie Alley may be coming to Broadway in a Lance Bass-produced play called The Fabulous Lies of Hollywood Whores, according to the Times' Patrick Healy. If everything works out, Kirstie would play "the Pimp," a lady with an upscale escort service that's run out of a department store, but h ... More >>
Last night, Lance Bassformer 'N Sync member, aspiring astronaut, and now apparently boy-band guruoffered a tutorial on how to get your probably-jokey, possibly-somewhat-serious musical project noticed by those folks on the Internet who are looking for things to giggle at as they ... More >>
A tour of Fire Island, the Hamptons, the anti-Hamptons. All nice. Now it's back to Murray Hill.
This week in the Voice, Graham Rayman brings light to another case involving Kenneth Moreno, Franklin Mata, and a young, intoxicated woman. Just a few months before the alleged rape for which they were acquitted, the two were accused of being verbally abusive to a woman, refusing to take her ... More >>
Check out my oozily refreshing column in which I describe the latest sin-sational action in familiar summer getaways from Cherry Grove to Bridgehampton to the North Fork to my beloved apartment. They're all swarming, expensive, and positively broiling, but lots of fun--including my beloved a ... More >>
It's the Friday night bash over at District 9--I mean District 36--the newish dance club that has a mural of my ageless face on the wall and which now will play host to my actual ageless personage once a week. Magnetic promoters Tony Fornabaio and Brandon Voss have moved their Rockit party f ... More >>
You know, the new reality show about the "gaymous"--or wanting to be gaymous--chasing down hot men, clubs, careers, and weight loss in A-list Manhattan. My cameo was brilliant. ("Michael Musto, writer" it said on screen as I greeted Reichen at the opening night of My Big Gay Wedding.)
Last night, our long-awaited dream finally manifested in reality: Eliot Spitzer and That Conservative White Chick With A Pulitzer came on CNN for an hour, and then, got off. Before we knew it, Larry King was farting on Lance Bass, and it was over. Reviews have ranged from the "Eh!" to the "UG ... More >>
I do a full Gaynor! . . . over Mitzi and over Reichen Lehmkuhl; Friars toast David Dinkins
They definitely beat RYAN SEACREST with HIS New Year's Eve coverage.KATHY was manically chatty as usual, serving Poppers jokes and telling ANDERSON her resolution was "To get you to say 'balls' more," as the silver fox giggled like a schoolboy.As if things weren't foofy enough, they'd cut to segment ... More >>
Out and about, and then back here to walk in Nancy Sinatra's boots.
The Golden Girls meet Lance Bass
Watching a career sore. And hearing amid the praise for Day-Lewis: 'Huston. We have a problem.'
Musto zings tenor and Lance sings bass. Plus gossip hot enough to roast a Friar.
Elvis sightings, ethnic humor, and tomcat cruising, plus a peek at Jodie Foster's panic room
A visit to the land of Oz and straight talk from Rihanna and Ian Benardo, among others
Will the public get off, or just the studios?
Millennium Movies Get a Second Chance