Sunday, 28 September 2008

X-Factor 2008 / Austin Drage

I have not posted about Austin in a long time, it wasn’t until watching X-Factor last night that people commented on how hot he was, so by request, here is a few more pictures of him.

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He did look a bit thin in last nights episode of the X-factor, or mabye that was just me thinking that.

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Don’t forget I haven’t forgot about Dermot, pics of him coming up next week ;)

Thursday, 25 September 2008

Matthew Mitcham

Matthew Mitcham (born 2 March, 1988 in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia) is an Australian diver. He is the 2008 Olympic champion in the 10m platform, having received the highest single-dive score in Olympic history. He is the first Australian male to win an Olympic gold medal in diving since Dick Eve at the 1924 Summer Olympics, and was the only openly gay male athlete at the 2008 Summer Olympics

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Mitcham was born in Brisbane but lives and trains in Sydney. He publicly came out as gay in 2008 to the Sydney Morning Herald when they were profiling Olympic hopefuls. During the 2008 Beijing Olympics, he was also featured on the cover of the international gay publication The Advocate.

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Mitcham's partner, Lachlan Fletcher, attended the 2008 Summer Olympic Games as a spectator. His trip was sponsored by a grant from Johnson & Johnson's Athlete Family Support Program.

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Mitcham gained media coverage as the first Australian to compete at the Olympic Games as openly gay at the time of his competition. Other notable gay Australian Olympians include Ji Wallace, who competed at the 2000 Summer Olympics and won a silver medal in the inaugural trampoline event; however, he came out after the Games.

Prior to his 10m platform win, Mitcham was reported to be one of only eleven openly gay athletes competing in the 2008 Beijing Olympics, out of 11,028 athletes from 204 countries. Ten of those eleven athletes were women, making Mitcham the only openly gay man to compete in the Games

Tuesday, 23 September 2008

Daniel Awde

DOB: 22 June 1988   Born: Hammersmith, London   Lives: Woodford, London     Club: Woodford Green & Essex Ladies


International Highlights

2006: World Juniors, Decathlon, DNF     2007: European U20, Decathlon, DNF,  2008:  Beijing Olympics

National Championships

2007: England Athletics U20, Heptathlon, gold; 2006: AAA U20, Decathlon, gold; 2006 AAA U20, Heptathlon, gold

Personal Bests

Decathlon, 5292(2004), DecathlonJ, 7381 (2006); 100m, 10.85 (2007); 400m, 47.77 (2007); 1500m, 4:32.18 (2006); 110mhJ, 14.6 (2006); High Jump, 1.92 (2006); Pole Vault, 4.53 (2006); Long Jump, 7.21m (2006); Shot PuttJ, 12.95m (2006); Discus, 36.27m (2006); DiscusJ, 42.36m (2007); Javelin, 47.35m (2006)

Career summary

  • Daniel is a gutsy young athlete who is improving each season.

  • He shares the same coach as top Decathlete Dean Macey.

  • In his spare time he is a Chelsea supporter and enjoys paintballing.

Thursday, 18 September 2008

William Moseley

The opening scene of The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian, has a particular personal resonance for the actor William Moseley, who this month reprises the role of Peter in the latest film adaptation of C.S. Lewis’s beloved literary classics. In the new film, released here next week, Peter’s punch-up follows his struggle to adjust normality after a taste of the high life as King of Narnia. Not so long ago, Moseley found himself in a similar spat, coming to blows with fellow pupils after returning to school straight from the film set of one of the most successful film franchises of all time.

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Moseley looks sheepish as he recalls the incident. "I didn’t have the easiest time at school," he shrugs. "People didn’t like the fact that I was away a lot auditioning for and then playing the part - they thought I was arrogant and up myself for believing that I might just get it. Every time I went back to school, it got worse.

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"It all exploded at my leavers ball when I ended up getting into a huge fight with another boy, and I really punched him. Everyone was uptight about me coming back, and I had a lot of energy in me and it was just unleashed. I knew I couldn’t leave school without doing something stupid, but I wished I’d been more controlled. I didn’t behave like a gentleman at all, I behaved like a savage."

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Like the character he plays in the Narnia films, Moseley, 21, has done much of his growing up on screen. Cast for the role of Peter Pevensie at 15, he was very much a young boy in the first film, The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, but appears on the brink of manhood as a 17-year-old Peter in Prince Caspian.

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It is a transition Moseley is aware of: "When Peter steps through the wardrobe, he’s a boy. But when he steps back out of the wardrobe, as the story finishes, he’s a man," says Moseley, who is still both the boy who keeps a toy badger on his bed, but a gentleman who insists on paying for lunch. "I like to think I also became a man throughout the making of this film."


Tuesday, 16 September 2008

Supernatural Season 4

Season 4 is coming soon, October in the US and January in the UK. Here is a little run down of the new season.

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We're joining up with the Winchester boys four months after we saw Dean hanging from chains in that blistering-hot place run by that dude Beelzebub (aka hell). Too bad for Dean, though, as hell seems to run in dog years. So what's on deck for these poor, miserable souls? Nothing good... Over the first half of the season, we will learn what Sam did while he was by himself and what Dean endured in hell. "Sam's turning a little reckless now that his brother is dead," Jared revealed.


And during his four months alone, Sam has cut off contact with everyone and has become wildly suicidal in his hunting attempts. The boys used to have an open relationship, but "now they have secrets from each other," dished Kripke. The good news? If you're looking for that great (smartass) Dean charm, Jensen reassured us: "He's still the same shoot-first-ask-questions-later kind of guy, but he's trying to figure out how he got back from hell." So it looks like Dean's mystery will be a large focus this year.


Kripke added, "The big question is not does he get out, but how he got out." A.J. Buckley, Travis Wester and Brittany Ishibashi showed up to the Comic-Con panel, so you'd better believe we're going to see more of the Ghostfacers in the future. Said Kripke, "We're always looking for ways to bring the Ghostfacers back in the actual series... We're working on some new material, either webisodes, potentially cell phone content or basically an off-network Ghostfacers' series." [...] Nicki Aycox will be returning for at least one episode to reprise her role as Meg Masters. Also, we'll get more John and Mary Winchester.


Still, fellow Jeffrey Dean Morgan fans, don't get too excited-we're going to be seeing them at age 18, when the lovebirds met. Looks like this is the season of individuality; Sam and Dean aren't going to be as close.