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Perez Hilton Fronts Another Fashion Disaster

Mario Lavandeira, who makes a good part of his Perez Hilton living ridiculing celebrities, is often caught in the same sort of crossfire. Last fall for example, he placed second on Out magazine’s list of worst dressed gay men, behind Boy George.

Intentionally or not, Hilton added to this wretched reputation when he attended the 45th anniversary bash for The Advocate sporting a Juicy Couture jacket, Longchamp bag, Loudmouth Golf pants and Jeremy Scott shoes. After he shared the photo at right on his site, readers were not amused:

Chrstn7: Sorry Perez but that outfit is a hot mess!! You are trying to be like Lady Gaga by putting on crazy outfits to make a statement but it’s only going to put you on the worst dressed lists.

Alliestp: Do you always have to look like you got dressed in a dumpster?

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YouWho? NBC.com To Add Late Night Video Content

conan_helsinki.jpgHoping to capture at least part of the audience that searches for its clips in vain on YouTube, NBC is about to add clips from its late night lineup — Late Night with Conan O’Brien, Saturday Night Live and the Tonight Show — to NBC.com.

According to Mediaweek, NBC is also “looking to tap in the user-generated phenomenon, as SNL fans will be able to upload videos of themselves hosting homemade Weekend Update segments.”

Oh boy.

Also, NBC.com plans to allow staffers John Melendez and Ross Matthews host a behind-the-scenes look at Tonight Show, and we all know what happened the last time a “behind-the-scenes” camera was focused on Melendez.