Now before I jump straight into it this week I do need to clear up quite a few questions about the Battle of the Bulge that is about to start at Stonewall very soon.

The response that we have had is truly amazing. One question that keeps coming up is, Will I have to take my clothes off on stage?

Believe me, nobody will be asked to take off his or her top or any other piece of clothing. Unless you want to, that is. I still would not take my top off on stage and I have lost weight.

Another question is, What if I fail? Well, all I have to say to that is, nobody will be failing. Trust me, if I have to personally go to everybody’s training sessions with them I will. But I promise everyone will be losing weight.

Okay, now that has been settled let’s talk about boys taking their clothes off. Last Saturday once again I was lucky enough to host Rugger Bugger upstairs at the Midnight Shift.

Isn’t it just crazy how I get these terrible gigs? I had to wait upstairs in the dressing room while all the boys fluffed themselves ready for stage. I really hate my job sometimes, but if I didn’t do it who would, I ask?

For all those who are new to Rugger Bugger, basically is it a fundraiser for the Sydney Convicts football team so they can go to New York to compete for the Bingham Cup. Being a gay team these boys proudly compete against butch straight boys and nine times out of 10 kick their arses.

The basic premise of the fundraiser is a handful of boys putting together a Full Monty show. As you can imagine with footballers taking their clothes off, the community support was astounding, with the Shift upstairs full to the brim.

There’s nothing better for gay boys than a nudie dance on stage. Of course we were all there to show support, not for the chance to see a willy or four.

All in all the night was a huge success with the boys sex bombing up a storm, and a few voluntary/ forced flashes which sent the crowd into a frenzy.

There was a public declaration that I would be following the boys to NYC as their official mascot but this may have been in the heat of the moment. We will have to see.

Either way, boys, good luck. I’m sure you will be bringing the cup home for us this time.

EYESPY We are still looking for contestants for the Battle of the Bulge. If you are 25kg overweight and want to be apart of this fab show, with chances of winning shitloads of prizes, call Glenn on 9360 1963.

There’s a brand new show coming to the Palace Hotel on Saturdays starring me, Vanity Faire and a brand new cast mate, Christina Dior. Shows start at 9pm and 10pm.

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