This has got to be one of the coolest blasts from the past. Listening to a song you love, but watching a brand new music video for the song filmed in the era in which the song was created is an awesome treat. This new music video that magically appeared on line is 1 of 3 music videos that what shot for the 1994 TLC song creep. Who would have thought that record labels were shelling out money like that back then to record multiple music videos?
The previously unseen footage shows the trio busting their dance moves in the street, as opposed to the official video, in which TLC performs the same dance in what looks like a film set. Check it out. Continue reading
So The Doll has to be one of the last people to have jumped on this Honey Boo Boo bandwagon. Not sure how the heck i managed to step on the remote and the combination of buttons pushed landed my television on TLC, but i did. Intrigued with the size of her mother and the lack of social graces her family exemplified, i was hooked.
As I watched this particular episode, the only thing going through my mind was, “this little girl lives in a town that doesn’t look like it has a huge arts population and her mother is overweight, who is teaching her these dance routines.” When you want to know something, head over to twitter. I tweeted “Who is teaching Honey Boo Boo these dance routines”, and you guys quickly let me know that it was Uncle Poodle. Chile when i heard that name I hit the ground laughing. Needless to say, with a name like Uncle Poodle I was expecting him to be gay. On the next episode I caught, I was introduced to Uncle Poodle. Well juts recently, Uncle Poodle spoke to the GA Voice on being a “Gay Redneck” here’s some of what he had to say.