Old school Michael J Fox movies and now this? Nike is preparing for the launch of its' latest limited edition kicks. The Nike Quagmire inspired by the patter of the shirt worn by the popular, lecherous character. I'd act surprised if I was at all. Getting a sneaker isn't quite on par with accepting a Nobel honor so who am I to judge? What could be more styling than a pair of these, a trucker cap and your ironic porn stache?
When it comes to television programming, we've all accepted that the "reality" genre couldn't be farther from its' namesake. The "stars" insistence on portraying one dimensional archetypes, often amidst completely contrived competitions (Seriously? people willingly entered a contest to WIN a date withFlavor Flav? 3 Times?!) makes bearing witness to any of the shows an agonizing experience for me. "Reality" and "Hope" cross the street to get away from crap like Denise Richard's "It's Complicated" or the "Dina Lohan Mom-ager Experience". At best, these programs are a guilty pleasure that offer their viewership a mindless escape into "The Twilight Zone".
Alums of the shows aren't generally the best or the brightest humanity television has to offer, so I was plenty surprised when I discovered that the casts of several of the programs do charitable work. Case in point, Reality CaresBeach Party Fundraiser for The Point Foundation at the LA Sports Club. Point is a worthy organization that provides financial assistance to outstanding LGBT scholars in all fields of study. The only requirement in accepting the grants is that the students participate in a mentorship program, and that they assist another cause-related organization. Some notable Point Scholars are T.R. Knight's beau, Mark Cornelsen and Charlie David'sBrandon Kneefel.
Several of the stars were in swimwear provided by the events sponsor, Aussie Bum. Some of the pictured attendees included: Jackie Warner, Rebecca Cardon, JD Jordan, and Brian Peeler( all from "Workout"), Ross "The Intern" (The Tonight Show ) Rib Hillis ("Extreme Makeover: Home Edition"), CC Fontana ("The Janice Dickinson Modeling Agency") and Jai Rodriguez ("Queer Eye For The Straight Guy").
For over a decade, Reggie Cameron has worked behind the scenes as a publicist and marketing executive for mass market retailers, chic boutiques, and clothing lines producing fashion shows and working as a celebrity stylist.
Jumping to the other side of the press release, he provides commentary and coverage with an insider's edge.
His goal is to share with you his adventures in Vanityhood and abroad by servicing our mutual need for outlandish launches, regrettable red carpet garb, and always...wardrobe malfunctions!