When it comes to homosexuality in men, there are plenty of stereotypes associated with it. One of the most profound of all is that characteristic 'gay voice', that even the least bigoted person in the world can't deny exists. But why is it that some gay men have such an effeminate pattern of speech? What is it about being gay that leads many members of the gay community into this 'camp' convention? Especially when you take into account that many gay men were bullied for the way they spoke when they were young kids. David Thorpe seeks to challenge his own vocal habits, combat his anxiety about his feminine speech and learn the reasons behind why many people often subconsciously adopt this stereotypical persona - especially in a world no so against stereotypes of all descriptions.
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Heidi Klum and TIM GUNN - A variety stars turned out in style and took to the red carpet for the 2014 Creative Arts Emmy Awards - Arrivals - Los Angeles, California, United States - Saturday 16th August 2014
'Project Runway' star Tim Gunn avoids eye contact with Anna Wintour in case she turns him ''into stone''.
The 'Project Runway' mentor has compared American VOGUE's notorious Editor-in-Chief to mythical figure Medusa, who is capable of turning people to stone just by looking at them.
He joked to the New York Post's Page Six: ''I don't look her in the eyes, because I will be turned into stone.''
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Tim Gunn has landed his own fashion TV show on the Lifetime network, called 'Under the Gunn'.
TIM GUNN has landed his own fashion TV show.
The 'Project Runway' mentor - famed for telling contestants to ''make it work!'' - will front 'Under the Gunn' on the Lifetime network in the US.
The show will feature Marie Claire's Senior Fashion Editor Zanna Roberts Rassi, Jen Rade and designer Rachel Roy as judges. Meanwhile 'Project Runway' fans will be familiar with the show's mentors, Anya Ayoung-Chee, Mondo Guerra and Nick Verreos.
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Judges Howard Stern, Mel B, Howie Mendel and Heidi Klum appeared on the red carpet at the after show event in Radio City Music Hall, New York City. Heidi draws all eyes on her in a beautiful, sparkling, white mini-dress with a sheer centre panel, and she gets several cheek kisses from 'Project Runway' judge Zac Posen and mentor TIM GUNN.
America now has its designer and said designer is $25,000 richer.
This season of Project Runway has come to an end and the people have their champion. But even though only one eager designer could win, Stanley Hudson, Michelle Lesniak Franklin and Patricia Michaels each had their moment of glory last night, as they got to showcase their collections not just on any stage, but the Lincoln Center itself, during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week. It came down to the wire, as each designer got to demonstrate their individual style. For Michelle, this meant designing for the “urban jungle” with subdued colors and classic, angular cuts. Patricia on the other hand, went for classically feminine looks with floral patterns and light, airy fabrics. Patricia was the contestant who had had the most trouble, but she managed to pull it off in the end. Finally, we had Stanley Hudson, who barely managed to pull his pieces together in the last minute. Unfortunately, his collection was also dubbed the least interesting out of all three, so all the effort was for naught.
But the burning question is who won? Do we need to warn you about the huge spoiler ahead? After some deliberation from the judges, Michaels was crowned as the winner and the one who had created “real clothing” and a “real fashion show”, whatever that means. But the women held this finale on lockdown and Franklin came in second, just as expected after the judges' comments.
Heidi Klum presided over the judging panel, which was escpecially nitpicky this time.
Jennifer Lopez, who presented the award for Best Costume Design and Best Makeup at the 84th Annual Academy Awards, has divided opinion with her plunging Zuhair Murad couture gown.
The dress, which features a plunging neckline and cut-out sleeves, has polarized opinion from bloggers, fashion critics and commentators. On the red-carpet, she told TIM GUNN, "I've always loved fashion since I was a little girl.I enjoy playing dress up.I grew up in the Bronx, my style was very kind of street and hip-hoppy. I still have a little bit of that, it evolves". Though the gown has received some praise, mainly from correspondents on the red-carpet, it didn't go down well on social networks. One critical Twitter user said, "I bet Jennifer Lopez is furious that they didn't have a chance to finish her dress before she had to present". However, another was more complimentary, saying, "No one uses tape on a dress like Jennifer Lopez. The tape gods have to be pleased. Absolutely gorgeous!"
Though unconfirmed, the Huffington Post reports that Lopez also suffered a wardrobe malfunction while presenting with Cameron Diaz. The website wrote, "Where is the worst place to have a wardrobe malfunction?", adding, "It was barely there - let's call it the nip slip that wasn't -- but Lopez almost had an embarrassing moment while presenting an Oscar on stage with Cameron Diaz. Her low-cut dress was stunning, but perhaps she should have made sure she was taped in there a little better".
U.S. style guru TIM GUNN has revealed he last had sex 29 years ago.
The gay former Project Runway host made the confession during a sex chat on his new TV talk show The Revolution on Tuesday (24Jan12).
When his co-hosts began discussing statistics suggesting that 15 to 20 per cent of people are in no-sex or low-sex relationships, Gunn chimed in and stated, "I haven't had sex in 29 years. Do I feel like less of a person for it? No. Not even remotely."
Standing three apples high, the tiny Smurfs live happily and peacefully in their medieval Smurfs village. However, their quiet way of life is threatened by the evil wizard Gargamel and his long-suffering, wise cracking cat Azrael. Gargamel wants to become the most powerful sorcerer in the world and to do that, he needs the Smurfs' essence.
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The socialite and reality TV star is set to fly out to New York this week (beg20Jun11) to film with Gunn, Heidi Klum and Michael Kors on the hit series, according to Life & Style magazine.
And things could get nasty if Kardashian decides to tackle show mentor Gunn for remarks he made about her fashion sense last year (10).
The respected style guru made headlines when he called Kardashian "a poseur" in a TV interview, adding, "I find that when she's static and still, she has an attractiveness. I find that when she's moving, it all goes away from me."
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