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Friday, January 17, 2014

Doritos Goes Bold with Leslie Jordan, Billboard Divas Rule the Roost, Betty White Still Hot at 92

In an obvious attempt to appeal to the gay market, Lay's decided to pitch Doritos to gay men. Well, you don't know how many times I'm at a party or scoffing up snacks at happy hour in a gay bar and desperately search for that salty, nacho-flavored junk food, hoping to raise my blood pressure to new heights as I sip my salt-rimmed margaritas! And, of course, there's always cool raunch ~ err, I meant ranch. And hot wings or chipotle bbq flavor.

Lay's went over the top with the delightful, impish Leslie Jordan (best known for his recurring guest role on Will & Grace, perhaps, but also for Sordid Lives and the movie, The Help). That said, this is a pretty "out" there ad and we applaud Lay's Doritos for it. See for yourselves!

By the way, in the latest Billboard club/dance music news, Deborah Cox's "Higher" reached the #1 spot on that chart! Big woo for the diva, who I so enjoyed seeing at the pier dance last Pride in NYC, opening for Cher, whose "Take It Like a Man" has skyrocketed to third place in just 6 weeks.

Celine Dion's "Loved Me Back to Life" peaked at numero tres but holds onto the top ten at #10. Lady Gaga's "Do What You Want" is upwardly mobile at #11. Kristine W's "So Close to Me," which once held the #2 spot, down but strong at #19.

Spice Girl Mel B's "For Once In My Life" breaks into the top 25 (#22)! Congrats Mel, and congrats Sobel Promotions and Dj Pornstar on your brilliant remix of this great club tune!

Finally, we wish golden girl Betty White a belated Happy 92nd birthday!

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