Too Cute!

Anderson Cooper

I’m not really a political person, but I’ve gotten more informed about what’s going on in the world of politics thanks to CNN anchor Anderson Cooper aka “The Silver Fox.” If it wasn’t for Cooper, I never would have any reason to turn to CNN. Now, CNN has become one of my main sources of keeping up with what’s going on in the world.

The first time I saw Cooper was when he was hosting his New Years Eve special with Kathy Griffin in 2008. Ever since then, I don’t watch any other station when it’s time to bring in the new year.

That said, I found him to be even more charming, charismatic and attractive than before I saw this video of him uncontrollably. Who knew lauging could be so cute?

And then it happened a second time.

Isn’t his laugh adorable? To hear Mr. Cooper laugh again, tune into “Anderson Cooper 360°” at 8 and 10 p.m. on CNN.

Magic Mike

June is going to be a good month for movies. “Teen Wolf” premieres at the beginning of June, and “Magic Mike” premieres at the end of June.

“Magic Mike” is based on Tatum’s stripper past before he became one of Hollywoods’ A-List actors. The film follows Mike (Tatum) as he takes a young dancer (Pettyfer) under his wing to train him in the fine arts of partying, picking up women, and making easy money.

This may sound a little biased, but I don’t think I can turn down a movie with some of the hottest guys in Hollywood. There’s Channing Tatum (Magic Mike), Alex Pettyfer (The Kid), Matthew McConaughey (Dallas), Matt Bomer (Ken), Adam Rodriguez (character unknown) and Joe Manganiello (Big Dick Richie).

Based on these screenshots, I don’t think anything will keep me from seeing this movie in theaters.

Tatum (Magic Mike) & Pettyfer (The Kid)

Bomer (Ken), Tatum (Magic Mike), Rodriguez, & Manganiello (Big Dick Richie)

Pettyfer (The Kid), McConaughey (Dallas), & Tatum (Magic Mike)

Until it hits theaters on June 29, here’s the trailer for one of the soon-to-be male-tastic films of the summer for both female and male demographics.

Teen Wolf

I don’t know what I’m more excited about:  The “Magic Mike” premiere on June 29 or the “Teen Wolf” premiere on June 3.  Well, first thing is first:  “Teen Wolf”

I didn’t watch “Teen Wolf” when it first premiered in 2011 (mostly because I didn’t know about it), but thankfully, my friend got me into it before the start of season 2.  I was hesitant at first, but once I saw the first episode, I was hooked.

I never saw the “Teen Wolf” movie with Michael J. Fox, but I don’t think it’s necessary to see the movie to watch the show.  You can see the birth of the teen wolf phenomenon from the very first episode.

Although you may not be into the vampire/wolf phenomenon (and there are no vampires in “Teen Wolf,”) who could resist a smoking-hot cast?

Tyler Posey as Scott McCall

Crystal Reed As Alison Argent

Dylan O’Brien as Stiles Stilinski

Holland Roden as Lydia Martin



Tyler Hoechlin as Derek Hale

Colton Haynes as Jackson Whittemore

And yes, “Teen Wolf” has an out gay character, Danny, who will be in season 2.


Keahu Kahuanui as Danny

Don’t miss the season 2 premiere of “Teen Wolf” on June 3 at 11 pm on MTV! Here’s a preview.

Bravo to “Days of Our Lives”


I’ve never really been a soap opera type of person, but I did watch “Passion” from early 2004 up to when it was cancelled in 2008.  I would only tune into “Days of Our Lives” for the last 5 mintues just to make sure I didn’t miss “Passions,” which came on right after Days.

Recently, I’ve started to watch “Days of Our Lives” again, and I mean really watch it, especially when I learned that one of the characters on “Days of Our Lives” would soon come out as gay.  Other soaps, such as “Passions,” “As the World Turns, and “One Life to Live” have all tried to incorporate gay storylines, but the only current soap opera to have a gay storyline is “Days of Our Lives.”

Chandler Massey as Will Horton

Chandler Massey as Will Horton

I would like to applaud “Days of Our Lives” for staying with the storyline.  I would also like to applaud Chandler Massey for being the actor to take on the role of Will Horton, who is slowly coming to terms with his sexuality.  I feel Will Horton (Massey) is a good representation for the millions of teens in the world who are struggling with who they are, and who are struggling to tell the ones they love who they are.

You don’t want to be rejected, so you try to hide who you are.  After a while, the charade becomes too much of a burden, so you have to tell someone.  Maybe it’s a close friend.  Maybe it’s a sibling.  Or maybe it’s one of your parents.  Either way, you have to tell someone.  It’s such a relief for even one person knowing who you really are.  For me, I have a close friend who “found out” I was gay, and who is very accepting of who I am despite his (and mine) religious background.

So again, bravo to “Days of Our Lives,” bravo to Chandler Massey, and bravo to the supportive cast and crew of “Days of Our Lives”  who are showing their support for equality for everyone.

Will comes out to his grandmother, Marlena

Will Comes out to himself

Will Comes out to his parents, Sami & Lucas