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Steven's blonde highlights from Sparkle On Sunday

Mon 3 Dec 2007 In: Television View at Wayback View at NDHA

Ladies and gentlemen, join Steven Oates and his star guests as GayNZ.com brings you the very best of his live primetime gay show on Alt TV… Clip 1: Kids! Steven and his only slightly younger friends Nate and Zoe prove a late night talk show doesn't have to be 'adult'. Can we get some more Fanta for Nate please, Mr SPQR waiter? Clip 2: Drag! "Telling the cameraman to take his clothes off is harassment and we can be sued!" Beaver Brown and Miss Kola take a shine to Mark the cameraman. Mark hasn't been on the show before, but don't fret, Kola kindly offers to ease him in after a few Heinekens. Bless her. Clip 3: Wax! And here's the international super/megastar Oates mentioned! Musical star Mika and Steven are joined by a beauty therapist (finally! LOL) who performs a leg waxing on a rugby player who no doubt wishes he hadn't pushed his luck doing any more telly after appearing on Game of Two Halves. Wait a minute though… he's enjoying it! Clip 4: Dogs! "Shooter is a boy, and he seems to like having sex with boys. Why would that be?" Animal behaviourist Mark Farnworth answers tough questions when a Jack Russell Terrier takes over the show - and brings some of his mates, including Rob from Boyband. "Puppy puppy!" Clip 5: Halloween! Labour MP Judith Tizard brought her knitting in for a relaxed Halloween edition of Steven's show. But of course the cheeky host had a 'whacky' activity planned, and when telly   

Credit: Matt Akersten

First published: Monday, 3rd December 2007 - 8:58pm

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