Today’s episode of He is D-Nast Radio was certainly action packed! Not only did Smashley and I give our take on The X Factor Providence auditions, but I even perform a dirty dramatic reading from your mom’s
spank bank favorite book, Fifty Shades of Grey. It’s a procrastinate-at-work MUST LISTEN.
And sadly, as all good things must come to an end, after today there are only 3 episodes of He is D-Nast Radio left. It’s been an amazing summer run and I’m so thankful for all of you
paid friends fans that tune in. I promise these last eps will be RIDIC and most importantly we’ll finally answer the question you’ve all been asking: Will D-Nast and Smashley take their relationship to the next level (anal sex)? …only time will tell …so tune in!
Listen to episode 8 below and make sure to tune in LIVE next Sunday at 12:00 p.m. E.T. on UNregular Radio’s MEOW channel.
Happy Sunday kittens! Hopefully you’re drinking the day away like me, in denial that tomorrow is Monday! Anyways, I wanted to fill you all in about my Friday night visit to Rhode Island to see a taping of The X-Factor, a singing competition reality show starring Simon Cowell, L.A. Reid, Demi Lovato and BRITNEY SPEARS as judges. Yes, I said Britney and I hope you jizzed as much as I did at the thought of seeing America’s favorite pop princess in person.
The D-Nast dream team (me, Smash and intern Kay) headed down to Providence on Friday afternoon after cutting out of work early. We decided to pre-party at my favorite trashy restaurant/barcade, Dave & Busters. The tables were sticky, but it was worth it because daddy loves himself some sliders and buffalo wings! Plus, we got to make complete asses of ourselves playing arcade games.What’s not to love?
Then it was time for the action. We trotted across the street and waited in a hot, sweaty line of tween girls and closeted gays to file into the arena. The taping was emcee’d by some douchebag who used to host a show that aired at 3 a.m. called Street Smarts. He was lame and his jokes weren’t funny but the dumb tweens in the house ate it up when he played One Direction.
As for the judges, here are my observations:
The contestants were mostly alright, but there was some serious stand-out talent that I cannot wait to see on TV, including:
Strong female leads all around! All in all it was a fun time. Listen to this week’s D-Nast Radio episode for a full recap of the experience. What’d you do this weekend, D-Nasters?