Jun 25, 2014 06:43 PM EDT | Jonathan Lambert (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Lady Gaga, whose new music has been attacked by some critics, recently had her feud with Perez Hilton reignited, following the gossip blogger's appearance on Howard Stern's hit morning show. Perez Hilton then went on to take part in an epic finger bit with comedy writers/recording artists Benjy Bronk and Elisa Jordana.
Perez Hilton is always a great guest on Howard, but his last appearance will go down as one of the best bits in radio history. Though the gossip blogger started out promoting his new compilation album, he soon wound up plugging something totally different...the career of Elisa Jordana--well, sort of.
If you're a real fan of Howard (and the most important pop music of our generation), then you're well aware of the beautiful and talented Elisa Jordana. But what you might not know is that she is also a staff member on the show, and has been a comedy writer on the program for over a year.
The celebrity gossip blogger, who's really hot now, stopped by the show to promote his new compilation album, which is the antithesis of terrible things like NOW That's What I Call Music.
Things all changed, however, when longtime Stern caller Jim from Raleigh made it on the air-asking Perez if he would be willing to take place in Benjy's weight loss challenge.
In case you're not up to speed, Benjy made a bet with Howard where he wagered that he could lose 37lbs in two months, otherwise he would be digitally penetrated by a man.
Though the competition was still far from over, Benjy was given a choice: he could either continue the competition or Perez could perform the dirty deed there and then.
Benjy agreed to opt out of the competition, but only if Stern agreed to publicly acknowledge Elisa's contributions to the show and give her a staff profile on Howard Stern's website.
After each party's demands were met, Benjy headed off to Perez's "F-k Room," as Sirius wouldn't allow the...um...manipulation to occur on the premises. What happened next was pure comedic gold and reminded every other broadcaster that they are nothing when compared to the iconic Howard Stern (and staff).
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