Oh I so want one of those hats. It looks like a cross between the one Brando wore
in ' The Wild One' and perhaps the one Gary Oldman wore in 'Prick Up Your Ears.'
PICTURE VIA EY MAGATEEN TUMBLR
Tuesday, 31 May 2011
Sunday evening saw the first of the semi-finals of ITV's Britain's Got Talent show. And as if to
save the best for last on came show favourite Ronan Parke from Norwich. And he chose as his
choice of song Adele's 'Make You Feel My Love' which he performed beautifully.
Also returning to the show was Simon Cowell who seemed to be in a somewhat frisky mood.
But at times it looked like he was questioning why certain acts were even there, particularly
Stuart Arnold 'The Governator' an Arnie Schwarzenneger lookalike. Nobody was quite sure
what he was meant to be doing. And it looks like there might be a few more of those acts to
endure this week. But it was looking a bit obvious that Ronan along with pianist Paul Gbegbaje
were going to make it through.
Cowell did question Ronan Parke's choice of song for his opening audition performance,
preferring something more contemporary. There's no denying that Cowell has his finger on
the pulse and I often find myself agreeing with him.
Also performing on the show last night were Spelbound, winners of last years show. But right now
all the talk is about little Ronan. Most believe he's the favourite to win next weekends Final and
hopefully he will. But not all things are certainties especially when you look back to last seasons
X Factor result. For weeks and weeks the boy group 'One Direction' were virtually the unopposed
favourites to win, but sadly it didn't happen.
TO SEE RONAN'S SEMI-FINAL PERFORMANCE
LAST YEARS WINNERS
Monday, 30 May 2011
Sunday, 29 May 2011
SUNDAY NIGHT UPDATE: Tears of joy for little Ronan Parke on Britain's Got Talent
from earlier on this evening where Ronan made it through to the semi-finals along with
fellow competitor James Hobley. The two of them share a celebratory hug below.
Gracing the cover of this weeks tv guide The Radio Times is our favourite
singing Schoolboy and Britain's Got Talent favourite Ronan Parke. And in
the interview with RT he tells us how he secretly put his name forward to
enter the ever popular talent show without actually telling his Mum. So when
Mum got a phone call from the shows producers she thought it was all a big
joke on her, and didn't believe what was happening.
On a recent shopping trip in London Ronan bought some outfits for his next
performance this week in the semi-final stages of Britain's Got Talent, and at
only twelve years old you have to admit that little Ronan is a bit of a style guru
so it'll be interesting to see what he'll choose to wear, although I think his voice
and singing is what's more important at the moment. Perhaps he can glam
things up a bit when he gets to the final.
What will also be interesting is his choice of song for the semi-final. I think
many viewers were slightly aghast at his choice of song on his audition debut,
Nina Simon's classic 'Feeling Good.' Certainly an unusual choice for a 12 yr old
schoolboy. But he pulled it off brilliantly and showed us what a great singing
voice he has.
So what song will he perform for us this week to hopefully take him into the
Final? Will it be Billie Holiday's 'That Ole Devil Called Love' or maybe Peggy
Lee's 'Fever' , Etta James's 'Stormy Weather' or Julie London's 'September In
The Rain.' The b/f suggested it might be Dinah Washington's 'Mad About The
Boy' but I thought that was pushing it a bit. But it's clear where Ronan's
musical tastes lie. His Mum is his big influence and Ronan says that he's been
singing since the age of three, finally taking up singing lessons when he was 10.
Tonight (Sun) sees the final Audition episode and tomorrows show sees the
first of the semi-finals which will then take place each evening up to Friday
night, and on Saturday it's the big Finale night where the winner will win a
cheque for £100,000. Tomorrow night also see's the return of Simon Cowell
who couldn't be bothered to sit through the audition rounds. Also missing
from the usual panel of judges is Piers Morgan, and their absence from the
show has greatly affected this series along with a distinct lack of genuine
talent amongst this years hopefuls. Normally ITV would be rubbing their
hands in glee with the prospect of some very healthy viewing figures this
week. But that might not be the case this year.
FOR MORE OF RONAN PARKE
Saturday, 28 May 2011
They say that for ladies you can never go wrong with the classic black evening dress.
The same can surely be said of the black polo neck pullover for men. And looking rather appealing
and preppy in the pictures above and below is Dutch beauty Ran Van Ongevalle.
On second thoughts he looks even more appealing without any top as in the bottom picture.
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WHY NOT MODELS
At just 21, gay Canadian filmmaker Xavier Dolan proves that 'I Killed My Mother' was no
fluke. This is an even more ambitious project, taking an impressionistic approach to the
story of friends Marie and Francis (Monia Chockri and Dolan himself), who both fall in love
with the efortlessly lusty Nicolas (Neils Schneider).
Afraid to ask if he's gay or straight, each imagines that Nicolas is their boyfriend, and lives
accordingly. This comedy drama about idealised romance is told in a kind of askance way
that requires some effort from the viewer, but it's well worth it.
CINEMA REVIEW VIA LONDON'S FREE GAY MAGAZINE
Friday, 27 May 2011
Wednesday, 25 May 2011
Perhaps not your usual Beauty Hunter posting but I couldn't
resist the delights of young new wrestler Cliff Johnson who is
a recent addition to The Rock Hard Wrestling curcuit.
Apparently Cliff is also an up and coming fashion runway model,
and he looks perfect for it, not being too overbuilt which we tend
to associate with most wrestlers.
Below is part of a video featuring Cliff versus Jake Jenkins who
went on to win this particular bout.
FOR MORE PICTURES AND INFO ON CLIFF JOHNSON VISIT BELOW
ROCK HARD WRESTLING
Gracing the cover of Dorian, Scandinavia's premiere glossy fashion
and lifestyle magazine is French supermodel Baptiste Giabiconi, and
Baptiste's svengali Karl Lagerfeld is nowhere to be seen as this cover
and shoot was photographed by Benjamin Falk.
Dorian is described as a magazine for gay guys and everyone else
into luxury, fashion, beauty, celebrities, culture, travel and sex.
As well as 36 pages of Summer fashions it also features other top
models names such as Brian Shimansky, Mathew Coatsworth
and Travis Hanson.
Theres also a video of the behind the scenes shoot
which can be seen HERE
THE VIDEO PLUS MORE PICTURES AT ORIGINAL SOURCE BELOW
A CAUSE DES GARCONS