ja die bedoel ik. Erg leuk.quote:
Yep met veel rollende hoofden en zoquote:
Het had best op TLC gepast. Het is best een vrouwen serie.quote:
Meer een mannenserie.quote:
Nee hoor. Het is het juist niet. De vechten zijn niet speciaal genoeg om te boeien, het heeft een te homo-erotisch tintje en daarnaast is alle seks daar van het type jan kooijman met een slappe plopper in een sok wat tegen een dame aan schurken. Het verhaal is ook van het type, is het nou porno of gewoon een slechte vechtfilm?quote:
Een porno-serie? Nee joh, stel je voor dat ze moeten gaan acteren ook nog!quote:Op vrijdag 1 februari 2013 21:05 schreef Karina het volgende:
Weer wat geleerd. Ik dacht: bloed, blote tieten, veel vechten, dat is echt een mannenserie. En we hebben het hier over een serie he? Het is geen pornofilm het is voor tv.
Je weet het wel heel goed te verwoorden trouwens complimenten.
Maar nogmaals, het is niet op TLC. Wat je net noemde, dat misdadigersgedoe is wel iets voor mannen lijkt me.
Ik mag hopen van niet!quote:
Zijn een grote hit in de VS, verdienen ook goed. Die oom is homo en recentelijk is bekend geworden dat hij geïnfecteerd is met het HIV virus.quote:
bronquote:‘Honey Boo Boo’s’ ‘Uncle Poodle’ Lee Thompson is HIV positive
It’s no secret that Alana “Honey Boo Boo” Thompson’s “Uncle Poodle” is gay. But now, Lee Thompson is opening up about a serious issue in his life, revealing he is HIV positive.
In an interview with Fenuxe magazine, the TLC reality star talked about how he found out he was HIV positive.
“I was adamant about getting my HIV status checked on a regular basis. On March 16, 2012, I tested negative. Then, in May of 2012 my test results came back positive,” he said.
He explained he knew right away why his status had changed.
“I knew it had been my boyfriend who infected me. I later learned he had been HIV positive and was not taking medication and had not bothered to tell me about it. I was advised that I should press charges and, hesitantly, I did. It was the right thing to do.”
Now, his ex-boyfriend is serving a five-year sentence jail for infecting Thompson.
“I would have been cool with his HIV status if he had been honest,” he said. “I don’t have an issue with the disease. I would have known how to protect myself.”
“Uncle Poodle” said he hopes to use his star status to spread awareness about HIV.
“I want to have my own television show and highlight what it is like being gay in the south. I think I have a good story to tell.”
bronquote:Here Comes Honey Boo Boo family is now 'taking home $20,000 an episode after TLC gave them a huge raise'
The redneck clan had apparently been getting $5,000-$7,000 an episode, but was given a salary boost by TLC after episode two
The larger-than-life family that features on Here Comes Honey Boo Boo was apparently given a huge raise after the second episode aired.
Matriarch June Shannon and her brood had been due to get between $5,00 and $7,000 an episode, however that figure was boosted to between $15,000 and $20,000 once TLC realised how popular the show was, reports today claim.
And it seems the family did not even expect or demand the pay increase.
According to TMZ, 'network honchos approached the family and told them they were boosting their salary.'
It added that TLC also offered to cover a number of additional expenses for the family, including a driver and bodyguard figure for Ms Shannon's partner Sugar Bear who was hospitalized recently after a 'mud-boggin' crash.
The site also reports that the network wanted to help the clan relocate to a larger and more secure home, but Ms Shannon declined the offer as she likes to decorate the property over the holidays for the local community.
Ms Shannon has also refused to sign with an agent, despite numerous offers, TMZ says, for fear that a publicity schedule would keep her away from Sugar Bear and her girls.
The subject of the Shannon-Thompson family's salaries came to light last month, when The Hollywood Reporter claimed the family were being paid just $2,000 an episode - a small figure compared with how much TLC would profit from their antics.
Ms Shannon scoffed at the suggestion, however, insisting to TMZ that the family is paid 'a good deal more'.
She refused to divulge the exact amount TLC are giving - vaguely adding 'we're making memories to last a lifetime'.
However other reality TV stars such as NeNe Leakes of Atlanta Housewives and Jersey Shore's Snooki are known to score six-figure salaries for their on-screen exploits.
TLC offered seven-year-old beauty queen Alana Thompson, aka Honey Boo Boo and her self-proclaimed redneck family their own spin-off series this year after she appeared on Toddlers & Tiaras.
She and her mother sparked concern and outrage from viewers after it emerged that she was drinking caffeinated soft drinks to give her energy before pageants.
The debut season of Here Comes Honey Boo Boo enjoyed an average of 2.4 million viewers er episode.
In response to the show’s success, TLC has ordered three HOLLAday specials (Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas) and additional episodes of Here Comes Honey Boo Boo.
'Here Comes Honey Boo Boo has become a pop culture phenomenon,' said Amy Winter, general manager of TLC.
'What you see is what you get and we are excited to share even more of Alana and her family's unbridled hilarity, sincerity and love with our viewers.'
Altijd niet. Maar dit soort programma's zijn prima leedvermaak.quote: