I went back to Boston for St. Patrick's Day had the best time with some of my closest friends! Boston might be known for freezing weather but when it comes to 3/17 we are known to PARTY!
Oh yes, not a mechanical one either! Friday night my best buddy and I went up to a real bull riding saloon and actually got a Bull!! (2 actually).
It was very scary to say the least but it was a once in a lifetime opportunity (read:never doing it again). Check out the photo gallery!
Before she was a Real Housewive Kim Zolciak was on a 2003 reality show called Are You Hot? It basically just took people and made them get judged on their appearence...isn't that all that really counts anyways?
I do love me some Ms. Cho...the comedian was speaking about the sexuality of John Travolta who has been in the news recently in a slue of news stories regarding him being gay:
"I'm going to get in trouble but I'll just tell you," she continued. "He's not just gay. He doesn't just like men. He is like Oscar Wilde gay, like Lord Byron gay. That kind of crazy, incredibly flamboyant gay."
"I feel bad for him, because I know he would be much happier if he could just come out," she says, "But he can't."
Cho continues on her Travolta rant, telling her audience what it was like to shoot a movie with the pampered "Grease" actor in the 90s.
"It was a weird movie because the way that he worked on it was John Travolta, he can only work 10 hours a day," she explains. "And part of the 10 hours is him flying his plane to the location and flying home. So essentially he only had to work like five hours a day."
She wasted no time making another joke about his sexuality.
"He was so pampered and so taken care of, it was the closest I have ever been to being in the presence of a king," before adding, "Or a queen, actually."
Travolta, who has been married to Kelly Preston since 1991, had two sexual harassment lawsuits filed against him last year by male masseurs, both of which were eventually dropped.
Cho, meanwhile, has made no apologies for her on-stage remarks, but did re-tweet the below:
I don' t think @margaretcho outed John Travolta as much as John Travolta outed John Travolta
— Anton Strout (@antonstrout) May 8, 2013
Poor P!nk!! Seriously, the woman tours the world and performs her heart out and when she finally gets sick and has to cancel a show (and every artist has done it!) she gets bombarded with hate mail from her "fans". I love that she has the guts to respond to them tho...see below:
To all of the fans/friends/people/ticket buyers from the Birmingham show that I had to cancel: and I say "had" because I had absolutely no choice in the matter, no control over the circumstances, and physically could not get my sick ass on stage, because of an ear infection and chest infection all at the same time, and even a doctor told me I could not go on stage wether I wanted to or not: To all of you:
I sincerely apologize, AGAIN, for any inconvenience this may have caused you. Sincerely. I actually rode by the venue, and saw some of you in line, and there was not a fucking thing I could do about any of it. Except cry. My heart was absolutely broken.
I am getting a lot of hate mail from some of you, not all. But to those of you that expect and feel entitled to perfection; Have a look at my track record- please- in general- for tours past. I have an incredible record. I do not cancel and I do not take it for granted how much trouble people go to- from spending hard earned money they don't have, to travel expenses and time and planning, etc. I take NOnE of it for granted, EVER. That's why I never phone it in. I go on stage and pour my fucking heart and body out on that stage. I ruin my body and my vocal chords, make myself sicker, come hell or high water. I don't lip sync, I don't rely on dancers to do my work for me. I try to put the best show on that I can, that any human being can, and I don't stop until I know you're happy.
I am a human being, therefore I am able to catch illness. It is beyond my control- and I can't apologize for that. And you know what I've been performing through the last week? ROTA virus. Look it up. I challenge any one of you to do what I do while sick with that. You couldn't do it.
The fact that I don't get the benefit of the doubt from you saddens me. There is no way I can make up this date. There isn't a way. And for any of you that believe in me, please know we did everything we could to try to make it happen. Everything. It's a logistical nightmare that is again, out of my control.
And guess what? I might actually get sick again on this tour. Can you imagine it? How dare I even think that? I have a two year old who is building her immune system by getting sick all over the place. And the fact that I even went on tour while being a full time mom is a miracle in itself.
The next time I schedule dates- ill have to say to myself- "if, God forbid I have to cancel one show, those fans will turn on me like rabid dogs and question the moral fabric of my character."
For the loyal and understanding fans- I am so so sorry if I've hurt you in any way. For the rest of you- Kindly kiss my entire almost back to healthy ass.
Love always, Alecia the human also known as p!nk
Something we've long suspected has proved to be true: Baboons are horrible houseguests. Howard James Fyvie and some friends saw a group of baboons climbing into a house in Betty's Bay, South Africa, whose occupants were gone. It was locked except for an open top-floor window. According to the clip's YouTube description, the guys called the police and the owner of the house, and then hurried over on their own to try to help. They climbed inside via a ladder and found the wild animals—plus a giant mess. The baboons, as you can see in the video above, were everywhere—in the kitchen, where they raided the refrigerator, in the bathroom, hanging out on furniture, you name it. They had ripped stuff up, defecated in various spots, and were all around enjoying themselves. Undaunted, Fyvie and company chased them out of the house. (No word on whether the guys went the extra mile and cleaned up after the animals.) While things worked out OK, yelling and swinging brooms at territorial primates isn't something we'd recommend. Of course, neither is leaving a window open with baboons within raiding distance. In an interview with "Right This Minute," Fyvie noted that when he returned to his apartment and told his roommate about the misadventure, he was told it was a stupid thing to do because "one baboon is equal to seven grown men." Fyvie said he responded with, "Never tell me the odds." Very Han Solo. WARNING: VIDEO CONTAINS SOME STRONG LANGUAGE