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Just in case you thought Daft Punk were awe-inspiringly original, this is Motown artist Mandre from the 70s. Look familiar?

But how do you drink your tea?

This album was from 1977 and, according to experts, was a forerunner to what we know call ‘electronica’.

Well, there you have it…

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Here is that fella off-of TOWIE and Splash in his nude. We don’t know where to put ourselves. Actually, we do…


His name is Dan Osborne but, in the interests of balanced reporting, we feel we should mention that there are four Attitude ‘in their nude’ covers: the others are Kirk Norcross (see his penis here), Greg Rutherford and Sylvain Longchambon off-of Skates on Ice and Maria off-of Corrie.

And while we’re at it, let’s see Dan Osborne from Attitude in some red trunks. Be still our beating trousers…

Off! Off! Off!

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Selfie du jour


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And in today’s sports news…


Swimming. For once we are prepared to overlook the matter of non-briefs-style trunks.

And that concludes today’s sports news…

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Harry Styles does a Liza as they reveal they are the biggest sellers of last year. Or somesuch.

Here is a small portion of One Direction’s new single, wherein they go behind the counter of a chip shop to serve the hoi polloi. An idea created and perfected by one Liza – ha HA! – Minnelli in a Ruby Wax encounter once upon a dream. See below.

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Not big enough. Soz.

Not big enough. Soz.

He is Tim Robards and he is/was in the Australian versh of The Bachelor and he is/was/oh, who cares, you could bounce penises off that chest.

Wanna see him before he inserted Germany into his tits? Wanna? Wan? Na? (more…)

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Seven things you didn’t know about ‘It’s Raining Men’ by the Weather Girls

1. So, the song is part of a campaign to put two big fingers up at UKIP politician, David Silvester, who complained to David Cameron that the reason the UK had suffered so much rain over the winter was equal marriage. Because that actually makes sense to people who believe in the little lord baby Jesus. Why wouldn’t it?

2. The original as sung by the Weather Girls – Martha Wash and Izora Armstead – is from 1982 and got to number 2 in the UK charts. Nowhere in the American charts.

3. The Weather Girls started out as Two Tons O’Fun, gay disco star Sylvester’s backing singers. Sylvester/Silvester. What are the chances of that? They also did backing duties for Aretha Franklin. Three and a Half Tons O’Fun that day.

4. Geri Halliwell did a cover of the song. That got to number 1 in the UK.

5. Rumour has it that Donna Summer was first offered the song but was going through a particularly Jesus-y phase and didn’t want to sing the word ‘Hallelujah’.

6. The song is currently number 21 in the midweek charts. G-A-Y’s Jeremy Joseph has said he’ll donate £1,000 to Elton John’s AIDS Foundation if it makes the top 20. It’s just 40 sales away from that as we speak/write.

7. Martha Wash, the only Weather Girl still with us, is right behind the campaign.

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Look at lovely geeky Macklemore and Ryan Lewis talking to Ellen about that Grammys marry-in

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