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officialdollyparton:

A few days ago, Kenny Rogers challenged me to do the #ALSIceBucketChallenge… well, challenge accepted! ;) http://youtu.be/AhorHC-tOwQ

Donate here to the ALSA: http://alsa.org

To hear the men of country music tell it, the important things in life include tailgates, tan lines and a tall, cold one.
Maddie Marlow and Tae Dye have other ideas.
With “Girl in a Country Song,” the teens, known collectively as Maddie & Tae, have scored a hit. It’s a pointed, clever song that pushes back against the current “bro-country” trend typified in tunes from Jason Aldean, Florida Georgia Line, Luke Bryan, Colt Ford and Blake Shelton.
"These songs make women seem so one-dimensional," Marlow says of the male singers’ numbers. "We have to have long, tan legs and cutoff jeans to be beautiful. We don’t want women to feel that way.
"Women are pretty complicated creatures. Tae and I love a good pair of cutoff jeans. But we’re going to wear them when we want to," says the Sugar Land native and graduate of George Ranch High School in Richmond.
My full interview HERE.

To hear the men of country music tell it, the important things in life include tailgates, tan lines and a tall, cold one.

Maddie Marlow and Tae Dye have other ideas.

With “Girl in a Country Song,” the teens, known collectively as Maddie & Tae, have scored a hit. It’s a pointed, clever song that pushes back against the current “bro-country” trend typified in tunes from Jason Aldean, Florida Georgia Line, Luke Bryan, Colt Ford and Blake Shelton.

"These songs make women seem so one-dimensional," Marlow says of the male singers’ numbers. "We have to have long, tan legs and cutoff jeans to be beautiful. We don’t want women to feel that way.

"Women are pretty complicated creatures. Tae and I love a good pair of cutoff jeans. But we’re going to wear them when we want to," says the Sugar Land native and graduate of George Ranch High School in Richmond.

My full interview HERE.

OK, now we can get down to business.

Tyra Banks and her co-judges have finally narrowed the pool to 14 models. Nevermind that promo photos gave it away weeks ago. And OK, it’s really just Tyra deciding despite all the “debating” because, hello, as if anyone else’s opinion matters on this show.

READ, RELATE, AGREE - HERE.

America’s Next Top Model is back. And so are my GIF-filled recaps. And so is Miss J. And I already seriously cannot with some of these people. CANNOT.

So read and agree and get ready for the dreckitude - HERE.

Reblogged from newtotowns

And to the fella over there with the hella good hair, won’t you come on over baby we could shake

(Source: newtotowns, via likeabopeep)

Reblogged from officialdollyparton

officialdollyparton:

You’ll never do a whole lot unless you’re brave enough to try! :)

littleking-trashmouth said: It was an awesome article! Great job man!

Thank you so much!!! :)

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audreyellen:

I don’t think people understand how big of a fan I am of them. A Houston Chronicle article from May 2009.

That’s my article! :D

audreyellen:

I don’t think people understand how big of a fan I am of them. A Houston Chronicle article from May 2009.

That’s my article! :D

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likethepresident:

My coworker told me my lock screen was in the paper…

This makes me really happy, to see a drag queen in the largest newspaper in Houston is amazing. Texas isn’t exactly know for forward think so this kinda made my day.

That’s my article! :D

Few interview subjects made me as giddy as RuPaul’s Drag Race finalists Adore Delano & The Bianca Del Rio, both in town this week at South Beach Houston. I talk to them about the success of the show, developing their drag personas, future projects and - duh - Selena. Read both parts of my story, including the full print piece and bonus Q&As! And please share!
Print story HERE.
Bonus Q&As HERE.

Few interview subjects made me as giddy as RuPaul’s Drag Race finalists Adore Delano & The Bianca Del Rio, both in town this week at South Beach Houston. I talk to them about the success of the show, developing their drag personas, future projects and - duh - Selena. Read both parts of my story, including the full print piece and bonus Q&As! And please share!

Print story HERE.

Bonus Q&As HERE.