Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Chaz Proudly Exits Dancing With The Stars

The last few weeks has been a bit of a disappointment watching 2 LGBT heroes being voted off Dancing With The Stars. Both Chaz Bono & Carson Kressley did a fab job for our community participating in this American TV spectacle. We are very proud of their efforts. The only comment I have with Carson being a stylist is, I wish his choice of costumes has been less goofy. Like Margaret Cho’s appearance in rainbow pride gear last year it seems that the audience perception of our LGBT community should be more glamorous & less camp. Let the straight contestants be the flamboyant ones. You know they’re dieing too. Now back to Chaz’s last dance so to speak….The idea of wearing the Phantom of the Opera costume should have been left in the closet. After the dance he was sweating so much he lost his cool. Americans do not like to see anyone sweat on TV. This dates back to the Kennedy/Nixon TV debates that lost Nixon the presidency. Then it was a good thing. This was a pity. We would have liked to see him dance on.
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1 Comments:

Anonymous Chaz Bono said...

I took so much away from this. This was an amazing journey that really pushed me and showed me that I could do so much more than I ever thought I could. I came on this show because I wanted to show America a different kind of man. If there was somebody like me on TV when I was growing up, my whole life would have been different. And so I dedicated everything I did to all the people out there like me and especially to kids and teens who are struggling. You can have a wonderful, great life and be successful and happy.

October 26, 2011 at 8:44 AM  

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