PINK GETS SOBER, DOWN WITH HERSELF
It is somewhat ironic that Pink‘s new album is called Funhouse, with most of her tracks referencing her getting wasted, getting into fights and getting over her ex-husband. In the video for her first single, “So What,” we were treated to the singer’s humorous depictions of rockstar life, post-divorce. (She’s still a rock star, she’s got her rock moves, and she doesn’t need you, Carey Hart.)
What could be better than a single Pink, who is ready to rock (and rock tight shirts sporting her famously rock hard abs)? How about Pink making-out with someone as hot as her, aka herself, in her new video for “Sober”?
I am curious as to whether there was someone playing her body double in those sexually-charged scenes, and if so, how do I go about finding out about similar auditions? The special effects are impressive, however, as it really does appear that Pink is getting hot and heavy with herself.
The song “Sober” is actually quite serious and about Pink’s struggle with alcoholism and staying off the drink. (She sings lines like “No pain inside, you’re like perfection / How do I feel this good sober?”)
Until she figures out her next move, it looks like Pink is trying to say that the only relationship she wants to be in right now is one not with another person or any particular substance, but with herself. As long as it’s on camera, I don’t think she’ll have any complaints.
— by Trish Bendix
LESBIAN QUOTE OF THE WEEK NO. 4
“We’re not doing things according to the books anymore. Because
in the books, each character turns gay and then straight like ten times. I don’t
think the CW would be really into that…”
Bisexual actress Anne Heche and her former Men In Trees
co-star James Tupper are expecting
Out actress Jill
Bennett will make a voice-over guest appearance on the episode of Logo’s
Rick & Steve: The Happiest
Gay Couple In the World airing next Tuesday, December 9.
Patricia Cornwell was recently profiled in USA
Melissa Etheridge‘s "Christmas in America" is one
of the free songs of the week on iTunes (thanks Harpy!)
Web series B.J.
Fletcher, Private Eye debuted its second season this week on AfterEllen.com.
Today is the last day to submit nominations for the 2008
Visibility Awards — vote on the finalists in each category next week!
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