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Billy Masters
by Billy Masters

"I thought, 'Why does he have to do that?' I mean, it seemed like he was living a fine life. Everyone who knew him knew he was gay."—Dame Joan Collins discusses UK personality Phillip Schofield coming out at 57 years old during a recap of the Oscars on Good Morning Britain. She added, "We take it for granted today that people are gay, or lesbian, or trans or whatever." When she got to that last part, she gestured to fellow panelist Perez Hilton.

In news that will surprise nobody, this year's Oscars telecast brought in the lowest TV ratings in history. That's the bad news. The good news is that it was the most watched television special since last year's Oscars. Yes, the Academy Awards still beat out the Grammy Awards and Golden Globes. What does that mean? That nobody is watching any of these award shows. There are too many options, and the audience is too fragmented. I suppose they could boost the ratings somehow. Maybe they could introduce an audience vote—or a swimsuit competition.

If they go the swimsuit route, the Academy might wanna enlist the aid of Pamela Anderson. The former Baywatch babe is back in the headlines because of Jon Peters. You'll recall Peters came to notoriety in Hollywood courtesy of Barbra Streisand—because Babs and Pam have so much in common! I had no clue Jon and Pam even knew each other, let alone got married! Apparently they didn't know each other that well—the marriage lasted all of 12 days ( thus beating the record of shortest marriage held by Ethel Merman and Ernest Borgnine, for my older fans ). According to Peters, Pamela is in hock up to her areolas, and he believes she married him to help pay off $200K of debt. Correct me if I'm wrong—can't Pamela make that in an hour with some Arab sheik? I can't believe that the only way Pam can earn money is by marrying someone. Where's Hef when you need him?

During a discussion of women celebrating Galentine's Day instead of Valentine's Day, Wendy Williams found herself in hot water. She said, "Well, first of all, if you're a man and you're clapping, you're not even a part of this. You don't even understand the rules of the day. It's women going out and getting saucy and then going back home. You're not a part." Fine. Then she added, "I don't care if you're gay. You don't get a mensie every 28 days. You can do a lot that we do, but I get offended by the idea that we go through something you will never go through." And here comes that extra step. "And stop wearing our skirts and our heels. Just sayin'. Girls, what do we have for ourselves?" Suddenly people began accusing Wendy of being homo- or transphobic. ( A few supporters felt she was defending the "appropriation of womanhood." ) The next day, Wendy made a video in which she apologized and expressed love for her LGBTQ+ fans.

I've said it a million times—if you commit a crime, get caught and have the chance to walk away, take the deal. Mind you, I am not talking about anyone in particular. I'm speaking hypothetically—because I'm bilingual. But, it does kinda remind me of Jussie Smollett. Guilty or not, he had a chance to walk away from last year's "incident" by simply repaying the City of Chicago for the money they spent on the investigation. He didn't have to admit any guilt—just write a check. Or, better yet, put it on his credit card and take a trip with the miles. But, no—he refused. The case was reopened. Now he's been indicted by a special prosecutor on six charges of disorderly conduct. He's due in court on Feb. 24. On the positive side, this is the first thing he's had in his calendar all year!

Some sources are claiming that the next Spider-Man film will include a boyfriend ... for the superhero! I have my doubts this will happen, but here's how the rumor got started. Way back in 2013, Andrew Garfield said the following: "What if [Spider-man's girlfriend] is a dude? Why can't we discover that Peter is exploring his sexuality? It's hardly even groundbreaking! So why can't he be gay? Why can't he be into boys?" Andrew brought this idea up to the producers and they balked. However, the current rumor claims that Sony is so eager for Garfield to return to the franchise, they'd now consider a bi-Spidey. We'll see...

A clip recently dropped of Robert Pattinson as Batman. Well, they say it's Robert Pattinson as Batman, but who really knows? Were there no lights on this set? Even a flashlight? 'Cause, for all I know, it could be J. Lo in that Batman suit! I suppose it's possible that Pattinson has figured out how to say "I'm Batman" in that husky, Brenda Vaccaro type of voice. But, physically, he seems to ooze all the raw masculinity of a young Kristy McNichol.

Our "Ask Billy" question comes from Simon in London: "Will Daniel Craig really show all in his final outing as James Bond? That's the rumor I've heard. And what do you hear about the film? I HATE the song."

I recently told someone that the theme song needs to be Bassey-fied. As to the film, I know very little except that Mr. Craig will not show all. However, Craig has previously shown his naughty bits fleetingly in several films—most notably, Some Voices. I've always contended that it's unfair to judge a flaccid penis running around on the set. Perhaps it was chilly. And maybe, just maybe, it's a grower. Decide for yourself on

When 007's penis is for your eyes only, it's definitely time to end yet another column. Of course, you can see Daniel Craig and so many others on—the site where members see members. Just to keep you all in the loop, I will be heading to South Beach for the National LGBTQ Task Force's Winter Party Festival. The festivities take place March 4-10, and I'm told that discounted tickets are practically sold out. So what are you waiting for? Get over to If you've got a question for me, send it to and I promise to get back to you before Spider-Man and Batman hook up. Until next time, remember: One man's filth is another man's bible.

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