The men of NakedNewsDailyMale take you past the parade floats to where the real action is â€“ the hottest clubs and invitation-only parties. If you werenâ€™t one of the million at Toronto Pride 2005 and 2006, or were there but werenâ€™t on the guest lists, the men of NakedNewsDailyMale take you there. PLUS added features including Bloopers, Behind the Scenes and special bonus content.
Who has got what it takesâ€¦?Sixteen mixed martial artists, who have all fought and lost in the UFC, get a chance to put their careers back on track. The winners will receive $100,000 and a shot at the World Championship in the Welterweight and Middleweight divisions.The fighters will live together in a house for five weeks. They will be divided into two teams, chosen by a random draw. They will train together as a team with legendary fighters and trainers including: Randy "The Natural" Couture, Geroges "Rush" St. Pierre, Chuck Liddell, Rich Franklin, Matt Hughes, Mark DellaGrotte, and Marc Laimon.
TLC's critically-acclaimed series follows the Roloff family, a normal family in every way but one. At just four feet tall, parents Matt and Amy are living and thriving in a world that wasn't made for them. With three average height children - 15 year-old Jeremy, 12 year-old Molly and 9-year old Jacob - and one little person son, Jeremy's twin brother Zachary, the Roloffs are finding their way on their 34-acre farm in Oregon. This intimate TLC documentary series, hailed by critics as "irresistible," "engaging" and "enthralling," captures the lives of the Roloffs and gives a glimpse into what life is like for little people living in a big world.
With the help of top-notch stylists and a budget of $5,000, this program will provide life-changing fashion intervention to people nominated by friends/family as someone who desperately needs a style overhaul! TLC secretly films the fashion offender to catch them in their natural environment so the stylists can evaluate their fashion foibles. Then, the stylists confront the person and reveal their plan to teach them WHAT NOT TO WEAR. The team then sorts through the person's current wardrobe, exposes them to a literal 360-degree view of themselves, and provides them with rules for maximizing their best assets and personal style. Armed with these guidelines and $5,000, the person hits the shops. After a consultation with the fashion stylists on these new clothing choices, along with a dramatic hair and makeup revamp, viewers will see a complete transformation and a stunning reveal.