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Taylor Swift GAY? CAUGHT MAKING OUT With WOMAN

Is Taylor Swift, you know, a gay? According to these pictures of the singer and Karlie Kloss, the answer might be “yes,” sorta.

The pair was attending a 1975 show together in New York City last night, when an audience member snapped photos which appear to show the smooch heard around the world..

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According to Twitter user @kathyparkk, these images are definitely, without a doubt, capturing Taylor Swift and Karlie Kloss “making out.”

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Everything Has Changed? Ed Sheeran And Taylor Swift Officially An Item?

Singer, Ed Sheeran and Taylor Swift hanging out backstage at Z100’s Jingle Ball 2012 at Madison Square Garden.

JustJared.com posted some these pics of the man-child and Swift spending some quality time together…

Ed Sheeran meets up with gal pal Taylor Swift backstage at Z100′s Jingle Ball 2012 held at Madison Square Garden on Friday night (December 7) in New York City.

Later in the night, the 21-year-old British singer and Grammy nominee hit the stage with Taylor, 22, to perform their duet, “Everything Has Changed.”

“Just performed ‘Everything Has Changed’ with @taylorswift13 for the first time ever at the z100 jingle ball. Buzzin’” Ed wrote on Twitter, “Aaaaand I just got to play a secret duet with one of my favourite artists @jasonmraz. Multi-buzzin.”

Ed also performed at the Z100 & Coca-Cola All Access Lounge pre-show at Hammerstein Ballroom.

My Chemical Romance All I Want For Christmas Is You

Can you believe this MCR song was recorded way back in 2006? Back when America had to nickels to rub together and Tom from MySpace was king. Time flies!

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While I’m talking about Tom, during his heyday he took a liking to a little band on Myspace called “My Chemical Romance.” Well Tom and his MySpace are history but what about MCR?  They are still going strong! Way to go boys!

Adam Lambert coming out?

In other news that won’t surprise you at all, American Idol runner up Adam Lambert is supposedly ready to open up about his sexuality.  Page Six reports that Lambert will grace the cover of next month’s Rolling Stone and discuss being gay.  Although most fans of Lambert have been aware of his sexuality, he has never publicly talked about it.

I didn’t watch this season of American Idol but from what I’m told (by my dad), Lambert should have won.  I can’t state an opinion one way or the other but I respect the guy for opening up about his personal life.  More power to him!  I do find it interesting that the runner up of the show will appear on Rolling Stone before the winner.   Perhaps a sign of things to come?

If rumors hold true, we’ll know more when next month’s magazine hits shelves.

Clay Aiken on Adam Lambert “I thought my ears would bleed”

I got somethng to say!

Clay chose his blog to voice his opinion of Adam Lambert and those opinions were not good.  In a rant on his “pay to play” membership website, Clay ran at the mouth about his dissatisfaction with the entire American Idol process, but when it came to his feelings about Lambert, things got ugly.

Here is the blog post from Clay (it has since been removed¦)

“Now that it’s all over, and for the record…. I couldn’t be happier about the way AI ended this year. I only turn the show on once a season, and only to see what the set looks like each year. This year, I happened to turn it during the minute that Adam Lambert was singing “Ring of Fire” and, at that moment, thought my ears would bleed. Contrived, awful, and slightly frightening! I wasn’t really a fan and found myself surprised whenever folks told me that they liked him. Granted, I never saw another performance (and many folks who I trust said that he was great) but I can’t imagine I would have enjoyed it. Just not my cup of tea at all. To each his own. I never saw Kris sing on the show, but whether he was good or not is really relative. It’s usually a matter of taste, right? But Idol is not always a matter of musical taste only. It’s about the person you like. From what little I saw, Kris seemed likable. (That’s not to say that Adam isn’t just as likable as anyone.. maybe more so… I don’t know) When Ruben and I were standing next to each other every night (many years ago) you had two equally talented, equally unlikely, equally unpolished contestants…. so it really was a matter of taste as to who was voted for. While some may argue that one of us was hyped more than the other, I don’t feel that was the case. However, this year, there was an obvious bias. Not even having watched the show, I can tell you that I was WELL aware of the bias from the judges as to who should win. In my opinion, that is awfully unattractive. I don’t think I am alone

In my opinion, it all often comes down to that last night of voting. Until the finale, folks are voting for the contestant that they want to see continue. But, I believe that on that last night, the dynamic changes. No longer forced to choose one person that they want to see win, the audience can effectively vote AGAINST the person that they don’t want to see win. In the case of season two this might have happened. There may have been some folks who voted for myself or Ruben because they didn’t like the other of us. I was the nerdy little girly boy who some didn’t want to see win, so they may have voted for Ruben. I don’t know. .. But again, I feel that Ruben and I were fairly matched. We both had our detractors and negatives, but I feel we were both very worthy of being on that stage in that moment, and either of us would have been worthy of winning. The show was different then, and folks made it in seasons 1-3 because they were “real” people who happened to sing/entertain well. But, somewhere along the way, AI stopped being about real people.”

Clay went on to say, and note his choice of words, could he be reading ThecounT.com??

“In a battle between David and Goliath, my money is on David!

I think many voters got sick of being “told who to vote for”. I think many were turned off by the blatant favoritism shown towards one contestant. Therefore, on that last night, they used their votes against a contestant that they were tired of hearing about and for the contestant who had been written off. And, at the same time, I think they voted AGAINST an American Idol that has, for four years now, been more about the slick productions and polished contestants than it has been about finding the raw talent that it did in its first three seasons.

Those votes for Kris were also votes to return the show to its roots of finding “real” contestants with undiscovered talent and giving them the chance to grow and shine. They were votes that said “we’re tired of seeing contestants who already seem to know it all”.

Will American Idol choose to listen to the resounding and clarion call that those voters gave them?…. “Enough with the pretension. More Rubens, more Clays, more Fantasias and Tamyras and Kellys please.” My faith has always been in the voters. I think they have gotten it right every year (mine included). It’s now up to American Idol to decide if it will finally REALLY listen to the folks that keep it on the air.”

Maybe Clay is saying things that a lot of American’s are thinking and maybe it’s just crazy talk, what do you think?