There is a great radio spot for a church at AdRants. It was done by Mike McKenzie for Birmingham, AL St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church and "mirrors the tone and style of those monster truck ‘Suuuundaaaaaaay’ commercials replacing the usual auto-speak with church-speak." Ammmeeeeennnnn!
Everybody’s talking about the new F/X show Black.White. Black people are talking. White people are talking. Everybody’s talking. Well, we got our hands on a sneak preview of tonight’s episode. It’s truly riveting stuff. You can watch it right here… but first, I should warn you. The reality of the whole thing might be too much for you to handle. Good luck.
In the brand new, smoldering hot relationship between Amanda Bynes and co-star Channing Tatum, there’s no question he’s the man. But we do have another question after the jump…
Tom Cruise made an appearance at the Yahoo! complex and brought along his "very pregnant" wife? girlfriend? Katie Holmes with him. Cruise said they didn’t have a name for the baby but it is due in a few weeks. Highlights included his arm-wrestling with Yahoo! CEO Terry Semel and jumping on a couch
(actually a chair, see left) while "all the women started screaming and went wild. He also babbled and said, ‘I want to know about Life. I want to know about movies.’" Don’t we all?
Here are tons more pictures!
According to the Daily News, Kevin Costner‘s camp is "vigorously denying that the Field of Dreams star engaged in sexual self-gratification in front of a horrified masseuse at a posh Scottish golf resort." This is in response to a report that a 34-year-old massage therapist claimed that an "American A-list actor" had "dropped his towel" and performed a "’disgusting’ act in front of her." Hey, even if he did do it, at least he’s still being referred to as an A-list actor. (By the way, The Postman rules, and don’t let anyone tell you different!)
Alex Blagg? That guy totally had the Best Night Ever.
According to Reality Blurred, Road Rules will return to MTV. The show, which has been on hiatus for over a year, "is being developed to return to the network in a newly designed format which will allow the viewer to play a role in both competitions and the fate of players via broadband and mobile."
While we are thrilled that one of the early bastions of reality TV is returning to the network, we’re even more excited that Gauntlet/Inferno producers, with their new crop of potential castmembers, can finally retire original Road Rules cast member Mark from their lineup before he becomes a grandfather.
Not that we’d want to encourage you sabotage a vital and beloved national treasure such as American Idol, but those crazy kids over at Vote For the Worst are doing their darndest to convince the American public to utilize their hard-won right to vote on reality shows to pick the candidate least likely to win – and arguably least deserving of – the show’s coveted title.
Follow your heart.