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You have 1 day left to become part of music history by bidding to win one of several spots on the cover of Jason Dottley’s new single “Pop It” as well as winning one of the several spots inside the cover.

This revolutionary idea is Jason’s way of giving back to his fans and thanking them for all of their support! So let’s help Jason continue to entertain us by helping him raise the necessary funds to get this next single while allowing yourself to be part of music history!

If you win, your picture will be featured on iPods, iPhones, and everywhere the single is sold around the world.

So, “Pop It like a red bull” and click on this link to enter!

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Raw, honest, and laugh out loud hysterical are just some of the ways to describe “Del Shores: Sordid Confessions” at the Laurie Beechman Theatre in NYC. With his southern charm, frank candor, and wittiness, Del takes the audience on a ride through his life including some juicy sordid Hollywood tales. Sharing stories of admiration about working with the one and only Rue McClanahan to walking the fine politically incorrect line, Del doesn’t hold back! He lets the fire out on everything and everyone from homelessness to enraged fans to Randy Harrison. Whether he loves you or hates you, you’re one of his “Sordid Confessions,” though if he loves you, the “Sordid Confession” really shows his love!

With just two more chances to catch Del live on stage, this is an evening of enjoyment you won’t want to miss, but check your closed-mindedness and political correctness at the door and enter world of candor, humor, and Hollywood!

“Del Shores: Sordid Confessions” plays the Laurie Beechman Theatre this Friday, December 10 and Sunday, December 12 at 7:30pm. Click here for tickets! ($20 + 2 food/drink minimum)

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Award winning writer, director, producer, activist, comic, and fellow “Adaumbelle’s Quest” participant, Del Shores is bring his comedy act, “Del Shores: Sordid Confessions” to New York for a very limited 3 performances at the Laurie Beechman Theatre December 9, 10, & 12 at 7:30pm. Caroline Rhea will be Del’s very special opening guest on Thursday, December 9.

Del Shores: Sordid Confessions,” will have Del confessing what he wants from his “Sordid” life in Hollywood…to those he loved working with to those he hated! Come hear Del tell it like only Del can.

If you are looking for an evening of truth, laughter, and fun during this holiday season, then treat yourself and someone you love to “Del Shores: Sordid Confessions” at the Laurie Beechman Theatre on December 9, 10, or 12 at 7:30pm. For tickets, click here ($20 + $15 food/drink minimum).

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Let’s help fellow “Adaumbelle’s Quest” participant Jason Dottley win “Hunk Du Jour!

(Scroll down on “Hunk Du Jour” until you see the picture below)

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My review of  “My Trip Down The Pink Carpet” made it onto the “Reviews” page of Leslie Jordan’s “My Trip Down The Pink Carpet” website! SO EXCITED!!!!! Thank you for including me, I really appreciate it!

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Hey Los Angeles, get ready to be engulfed by Award winning playwright and fellow “Adaumbelle’s Quest” participant Del Shores as he premieres his new play “Yellow” from May 29-July 25 at the Coast Playhouse (8325 Santa Monica Blvd, West Hollywood, CA). According to press notes, “Yellow” chronicles a year in the lives of what seems to be the perfect family, Bobby and Kate Westmoreland, their two teenage children Dayne and Gracie, along with Gracie’s young gay friend Kendall and his crazy, fundamentalist mother Sister Timothea Parker. Set in Vicksburg, Mississippi, YELLOW explores the perfect family confronted with tragedy and heartbreak when a deep, dark nineteen-year-old secret is exposed.

This is Del’s first new play since 2003, so get your tickets while you can because they are selling fast! For tickets, click here!

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On Wednesday, April 14, 2010, I attended the pre-screening of the Tribeca Film Festival premiere of “Spork,” written & directed by J.B. Ghuman Jr. “Spork” tells the story of an outcast named “Spork” who trying to navigate her way through junior high school while suffering through the ridicule & humiliation of being different. When a school dance contest provides “Spork” with a chance to show everyone what she’s got, her trailer park neighbors step in to help. With some booty-shaking moves, “Spork” shows us that being who you are is better than fitting in.

With a stellar cast, “Spork” makes all the right moves. Savannah Stehlin (“The Family Stone” and “Hannah Montana”) is perfectly cast as frizzy-haired outcast “Spork.” With emotion, conviction, & a certain innocence, Savannah shows the many layers to “Spork,” especially her vulnerability. Playing “Spork’s” neighbor & friend “Tootsie Roll” is the dynamic Sydney Park (“That’s So Raven”), who adds her own sass & spunk to the roll. Whenever Sydney is on-screen, a laugh was not far behind. No stranger to portraying bitchiness is Rachel Fox, who is nicely cast as “Betsy Byotch” (best known for her conniving role on ABC’s “Desperate Housewives” as “Kayla,” the illegitimate daughter of “Tom Scavo,” played by Doug Savant). Getting one continuous laugh after another is the always hilarious & enjoyable Beth Grant as “Principal Tulip,” (best known for her role of “Sissy” in Del Shores‘ “Sordid Lives”). Making a brief appearance in the film is one of “Spork’s” producers Chad Allen as “Loogie,” a friend of “Spork’s Brother” (best known from “Dr. Quinn Medicine Woman,” “Our House,”and “St Elsewhere”).

Written with heart & humor, “Spork” leaves you feeling good and reminds you the most important person you have to be is yourself. Be sure to catch “Spork” from April 24-May 1. For tickets and showtimes, click here!

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