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Kathie Lee and Hoda did a great job addressing the Christina Aguilera/Tony Lucca feud today, calling her out on her hypocrisy. Hoda called Aguilera “mean,” and Kathie Lee rightfully brought up Aguilera’s music video, “Dirty,” where she basically danced around like a whore. If that’s not derogatory to women, then I’m not sure what is.
Howard Stern’s wife randomly works in the industry, and whenever she makes television appearances to promote her work, she awkwardly references her husband. I assume she’s uncomfortable because she’s fearful of the audience’s reaction given Stern’s reputation with the masses. But if you listen to his show, you know he’s a big pussy-cat. Beth exposed his soft side on Ellen when she relayed a story about his photography session with a seal, which ended with Stern thanking the seal for his participation. Watch below.
Derek Hough is undoubtedly the best choreographer on Dancing With the Stars, and that was demonstrated again last night by his extremely original take on the Samba, which included a very fun Bollywood spin. Watch below, and take notice of Maria’s very flat stomach. It’s incredible.
The Dishmaster has a Monday night ritual of drooling over Maksim Chmerkovskiy on Dancing With the Stars. He’s just so damn beautiful. And last night was a special treat, because the man wore glasses. I sure do love a hot nerd. Watch below.
Howard Stern always produces his best content when he’s angry. And today he topped himself. In response to his fans’ annoyance with his ‘America’s Got Talent’ talk, Stern told them to f*ck off, saying, “The whole [radio] show for the last 35 years has been about what I do. I am finally doing something interesting besides sitting in my apartment waiting for the next show. And I know everybody wants to hear about it. But then as soon as I do it, everybody is like ‘Hey man, Fuck off.’” Listen to his hilarious rant below, which was sparked by Robin’s inquiry about his week in Vegas filming ‘America’s Got Talent.’
“It’s happened to me more than once, and my mom says it must be genetic because she has a couple of them in her past, too. Our hope is that what it means is that we are a comfortable resting place for a guy who is figuring things out. Our fear is that we turn men gay.” Lena Dunham, writer, creator, and actress for HBO’s ‘Girls,’ on her experience dating men who later became gay.
I’d like to take this opportunity to thank Christina Aguilera for confirming to the outside world what industry insiders have known for years — she’s a huge bitch. This confirmation took place on tonight’s episode of ‘The Voice,’ when Christina outwardly criticized Tony Lucca and Adam Levine’s song choice, objecting to the lyric, “99 problems, but a bitch ain’t one.” According Radar Online, the fight between Levine and Aguilera started earlier today, and it obviously continued on-air. Apparently, she felt the lyric in question was specifically directed at her, presumably because . . . well . . . if the shoe fits. After Lucca performed, Aguilera’s disdain became immediately clear when she claimed the lyrics were “derogatory toward women.” And since Adam Levine is a complete badass, he explained to the audience that the lyric isn’t about women in general, but it’s a metaphor for anything bringing you down. Aguilera didn’t buy it, and a verbal brawl began. But Levine cleverly had the last word, removing his button-down to reveal a “Team Xtina” shirt. As an aside, Tony Lucca killed it, and Adam Levine is unequivocally the best coach. Maybe she can ask him for advice if her option gets renewed. Watch below.
The best beauty regimen for women is exiting a bad relationship. Such is the case with Jennifer Lopez, whose hotness seems to have reached a maximum level since her divorce. Dating a hot younger man might also be a contributing factor. Watch below to see her sexiness in her new “Follow the Leader” video.
Amanda de Cadenet’s new show has been endlessly promoted, but I didn’t bother watching it until tonight. I’m glad I did. The format is appealing, especially because it circumvents the traditional bubble-gum, six minute interviews. My favorite line came from Jane Fonda in the first episode who addressed her marriage to Ted Turner, saying that if she stayed with him, she would have “died married, [but she] wouldn’t have died whole.” Watch the trailer below and click here to watch the full episodes.
I’ve officially had it with Rihanna. If you know The Dishmaster, then you know I’m a prude. That being said, I think anyone would agree that dancing on stage while slapping your vagina isn’t the best course of action on national television. Sexy is fine — slutty is not. Watch below.