'Twunky' Levi will give a peek, no full Monty

This bit of gossip about the Levi Johnston photoshoot for Playgirl. (Personally, I love the fact the shoot took place the same week that Sarah Palin’s book comes out; way to steal thunder, Levi!)

According to Jack E. Jett, who interviewed Daniel Nardico from the e-mag, we will see only a wee bit of weenie during a shower scene; otherwise, Johnston is demurring about full-on, Men Magazine-style sexiness. Apparently, he still plans to do mainstream movie acting and doesn’t want to, ummm, shoot his load too soon…

Levi reportedly is also suing for custody of Tripp and again embraced the gay community, asking Nardico what he would be called in the gay world. Nardico labeled him a “twunk” — half twink, half hunk. Sounds like a new subculture is born. Welcome, twunks.

—  Arnold Wayne Jones

'You'll be seeing a lot of me'

Levi Johnston describes himself as “a country guy from Alaska,” and when you hear him croak out an interview, as he did on Sirius XM Radio’s Derek and Romaine Show earlier this week, I have to agree. I admire Johnston for defying the Palin clan, for undermining their “family values” by agreeing to pose nude for the e-zine Playgirl and, let’s face it, for looking pretty (if not exuding smarts — it is a bit taxing listening to him talk).

Derek and Romaine spent a lot of time recently asking him about the photo shoot, although he seemed not to know much about it (“My job is just to show up and look pretty” he said in true himbo fashion). He says he’s been on a diet to get himself looking as buff as possible … until the shoot is over. Then he plans to pig out. And he doesn’t care that gay men are likely to download more pics than women. “I have no problem with gay people,” he says.

We got no problem with you either, Levi. Especially once we see your junk.

But the guileless hunk also doesn’t seem to get when he’s being funny. Once the nudie shoot is over (actually, it was yesterday) he plans to take acting and modeling classes and start a career in front of the camera. “You’ll be seeing a lot of me,” he says. Somehow, I think we’ll see plenty on Playgirl.com.

—  Arnold Wayne Jones