Michael Alig and Ernie Glam discuss Ernie's fashion duel with Ryan Cirkus and Michael picks the winner of the duel. They also discuss the importance of not keeping old nightclub videos in storage and the recent death of Dick Richards of Funtone Records in Atlanta.
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Michael Alig and Ernie Glam are back together again in The Pee-ew to bring you their special brand of political incorrectness and social satire. Each hysterical, action-packed episode features everyone's favorite ex-club kids pointing their fingers and giggling deviously at the ills of society --giving American Consumer and Celebrity culture a heavy dose of its own medicine. Are they Anarchists, Libertarians, the Illuminati? Whatever you decide, remember there are three things you must do each and every day: Eat! Sleep! Watch The Pee-ew!
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Who the hell do Michael Alig and Ernie Glam think they are? Michael Alig spearheaded a countercultural youth movement based on the concept of the Warholian "anti-Celebrity" and became King of the Club Kids before inspiring the film Party Monster, starring Macaulay Culkin. He is currently painting masterpieces of artwork; working on his autobiography, Aligula; designing a club kid-inspired clothing line called Skroddleface; directing a NYC art collective called Countdown and recording a new dance single. One of the original club kids, Ernie Glam is a journalist and irreverent talk show host by day, Underground clothing designer and stylist-to-the-stars by night; catch him - -if you can get past the red velvet ropes -- at the city's hottest nightclubs and parties.
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I feel bad for Michael. HOW is he going to APPEAR to be impartial, even if he is/could be the most impartial of judges. Going to get lots of sh*t from people whichever way he votes. Ernie, Ernie...how could you put him in that spot
Monique Hart’s laugh Who do you think you are coming onto my show and trying to tell my friend to stop hanging out with me? Is that how you were raised? I actually feel slightly sorry for you, as you are obviously delusional if you think for one minute that Ernie would even make it to the end of your comment, let alone follow your idiotic and mean spirited advice.
Oh I too would love to see all those videos! Plz release them people! Only seen the Nelson videos, which were definitely the early days...lol
You both look extra cute today!
Btw, did a commenter seriously make a political inquiry on The Peeew???? Omg!
Ernie looks fabulous, I saw him briefly on 5ninthavenueproject Michael Alig's 1989 illegal McDonald's party video as the passes the camera for like 2 seconds and he looks younger now!!! Gorgeous man....
Ed Hardy shirt is very fashionable especially with all the famous people dying this year!
Although the lightning bolt shirt is pretty iconic, it resembles the modern Lady Gaga’s lighting bolt featured in her Just Dance music video. Personally a bigger fan of the American traditional Artist- Ed Hardy. (Lady Gaga’s new movie is out in theaters btw).
*laughs* I DO NOT want to "trigger" snow-flakes, but I HAVE to ask--what do you two think of this Justice Kavanaugh sht-show that is happening in our nation? "EVERYONE" has an opinion, but it is looking like "Dr." ford is going to be charged-with-perjury, ALONG WITH MORE-THAN-A-FEW OTHERS WHOM HAVE BEEN SHOWN TO HAVE LIED-UNDER-OATH, so...what do you two think of everything that has been revealed, thus far?
NB: If you do not know what is going-on with this very serious clown-act, go to ZeroHedge and TheGatewayPundit sites, and read the articles, AND THE COMMENTS, because not only will Justice Kavanaugh be confirmed, with several Democrats voting-to-confirm, but, as I wrote, perjury-charges are INEVITABLE against at least two of the "accusers".
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