The above video has been making the rounds online. It claims to show a naked man sneaking out of Buckingham Palace. It ends tragically, with him slipping and falling to the ground.
Of course, the video is a fake. The question is: who posted it?
Being a guy can be hard ... and sometimes being hard can be embarrassing!
And Billy Eichner tries to help Conan make a Grindr connection!
Gayze is a social networking, navigation and dating app that's always on top of gay men. Let the good times begin!
We’ve been hearing a lot about Fifty Shades of Grey lately, which is why Jimmy thought it could be a good subject for one of his Pedestrian Questions segments.
Insecure about your butthole? Do you find bleaching just isn't enough? Well, now you can get your rosebud steamed as well!
The idea of steaming one's nether regions was made popular by Gwyneth Paltrow. She claims the v-steaming not only cleanses the uterus, but also can balance female hormones. Proponents claim that the steam, which is infused with herbs, is a natural cure for some female problems.
Doctors are not convinced. "There's no scientific evidence that shows it works," said Dr. Draion Burch, an ob-gyn in Pittsburgh.
Burch suggested Paltrow might be getting something out of treatment, though. "She's probably getting turned on. Heat increases blood flow to the vagina, as well as the clitoris."
Now some (nutso) men have jumped on the steam bandwagon. A good hole steaming supposedly helps men with hemorrhoids and gives a deep clean to the anus, something that soap and water, apparently, cannot do. Sadly, steaming won't smooth out those unsightly anal wrinkles -- but surely Neutrogena must be working on that.
In case you somehow missed it, today is Valentine's Day. If you're in a relationship, it means lots of money spent on flowers, chocolate, cards, dinner and wine. If you're single, it means less than 24 more hours before heart-shaped candy goes on sale.
And as an extra treat, the Try Guys decide to slip into some sexy lingerie!
This weekend, "50 Shade of Grey" makes it way into theaters around the world. It is already being dismissed by critics as a total waste of time. Of course, it will still probably do well enough to earn top spot over the next few days.
One person who may see it several times is none other than NBC's Matt Lauer.
Here's a handy guide to recognizing hankies in the '80s, because you just never know when they'll be back in style!
The Super Bowl was this past weekend, and Bryan Safi - unofficially the first gay sportscaster - wanted to cover it. (Or at least the halftime show with Katy Perry.) So to prepare for his halftime show commentary, he consulted with legendary sports commentator Pat O'Brien and went to a Mini Mansions concert. Was it a disaster? Yes!