Queerty is better as a member
OH SNAP — Ongina walks the red carpet in Los Angeles at the NewNowNext Awards, which hosts Cheyenne Jackson and Niecy Nash taped yesterday. Other famous persons you might recognize were there. Would you like to see them?
Tammie Brown turned it out!
Regarding pic 6, DAYAMN that is one HOT nerd!
Pic #8… ALL THE WAY!!!!
LOL!!!! Pic # 5. AWESOME! Looks like a drunk Lucille Ball. Great!
RuPaul – was he always so thin?
Niecy is killing me with those spiked shoulders.
My gawd would someone please tell Tyra Banks to get rid of those ugly fake boobs! They make her look so fake and ugly.
Is there a reason most of these photos are not captioned? Kind of lazy, perhaps?
by looking at those pics I think the show should be called Nobodies, Not Now, Never Awards. Who are these people?
I’m sorry but that shot of Cheyenne is awful. Bad angle, bad suit cut, and bad lighting. He’s breathtaking and his eyes can pierce a person’s soul.
Tyra Sanchez, beautiful, dear, bitchy Tyra Sanchez (Pic #10), has what looks like a whole chicken (or an aborted fetus) attached to her extravagant wig. I’m simultaneously horrified and hungry.
@Rob: You’re just jealous because she’s touching Cheyenne…
Get it girl! This looks like a fun event =)
I assmed Wilson Cruz hadn’t owned a shirt that covered his arms since My So Called Life.
…and when I leave the “u” out of “assume” I succeed in only making an “ass” of “me”
Did it already come on? What the hell, man? I set my stupid Mozilla Thunderbird e-mail client to send me an alert the day before it aired so I wouldn’t forget to watch it.
#4 just made me a touch wet is all…who is he?
@NickadooLA: Yeah, Wilson is like that dude from Color Splash. Tank tops all the time, every day.
No one mentions America’s Gaysian Sweetheart Alec Mapa? It comes down to me? Really?
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