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Billy Masters
by Billy Masters
2018-06-06

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"There was a beautiful model next to me in bed and so I did some Method acting. I got a little bit excited. The exhibitionist was acting up because there was 40 people running cameras. I used to always ask, 'How do actors do it?' But now I know how they do it."—Ricky Martin talks about shooting a sex scene in The Assassination of Gianni Versace.

Kathy Griffin is being honored in conjunction with Los Angeles Pride. On Tuesday, June 5, she was to be one of the recipients of the Rainbow Key Awards, which the City of West Hollywood gives out to honor people who have made outstanding contributions to the gay and lesbian community. I hasten to add that Stormy Daniels is not one of the recipients.

Speaking of sexy photos, underwear giant Andrew Christian just made history by hiring its first trans man as a model. Jesse Diamond started testosterone treatment only four years ago. However, he's identified as male since he was three. With this gig, he's achieved a landmark goal, saying, "When I started working out about five years ago, my dream was basically to become Marky Mark. I wanted to be an underwear model, a buff guy, and I've been buying Andrew Christians for years. So it was definitely like a dream come true for me." Check him out on our website.

Our "Ask Billy" question comes from Tyler in San Diego: "Is Jared on RuPaul's Drag Race the same guy who did that sex scene with Nick Jonas on Kingdom? Sure looks like him."

Good catch. Two years ago, I brought you Jonas' Kingdom three-way which included a model named Jared North. Turns out that is the same Jared who is part of the Pit Crew on Drag Race. In real life, he's a model and a dancer and, apparently, an actor. In addition to what he showed on Kingdom, we can show you a whole lot more—like, literally, every inch of him, on BillyMasters.com . And, trust me, this one is well worth checking out.

When I'm delivering the keys to the kingdom, it's time for me to end yet another column. One thing I didn't mention was how important I feel the reboot of Roseanne is. While many people condemned it sight unseen due to the star's views, it deftly showed a politically divided family who still managed to care for each other; a conservative matriarch with liberal values; and a family struggling with various sexual identities. If ever we needed a show like that, it is now. What you probably need right now is to check out BillyMasters.com—the site that delivers the goods, in and out of undies. Feel free to send your questions and comments to Billy@BillyMasters.com and I promise to get back to you before we uncover the truth behind Mark Steines' abrupt termination from hosting Home & Family. ( There's a story there—I just know it. ) While I'm waiting for Debbie Matenopoulos to return my calls, remember: One man's filth is another man's bible.


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