Well, I suppose it was only a matter of time before someone pointed out the obvious Heath Ledger/Robbie Williams parallels...
Famed singing tattooed person Robbie Williams has joined with his former "Take That" (British for "New Kids on the Block") band mate Gary Barlow to make a music video so gay that even mentally-challenged OK! Magazine picked up on the fact that it was practically a scene-by-scene recreation of Brokeback Mountain.
The video, which is for the song "Shame," is described on Robbie Williams' website as "hilarious." I would describe it as "probably the best Brokeback-inspired music video ever made for a song with a self-deprecating Toy 'R' Us lyric."
(Check out the badass chrome rims this motherfucker rocks on his embeddables.)
Admittedly, a tent scene or two would have been nice, but the number of T-shirts removed around the 3-minute mark almost makes up for it.
The cold truth? This video has made me care about Robbie Williams.
SPEAKING OF GAY COWBOYS...
Ours can be found below getting a buzz cut and speaking Very Deep Thoughts into the camera about trying to pretend to be a marine. But you probably won't even be able to process what he's saying because you'll be too busy making out with your computer screen.
Jarhead Diaries, Take 2!
And Take 4! (High male aggression levels ahead.)