Rooster McConaughey is a shining light of inspiration, and there should be some sort of Nobel Peace Prize for him. Like all the great human rights activists before him, Rooster's tireless and fearless efforts (to become famous) have opened doors for the less fortunate everywhere. By "less fortunate", I mean the less talented and far less attractive siblings of celebrities. And don't give me any crap like, "Oh, but what about Randy Quaid?" or, "I actually bought Solange's album and it's not that bad", or "Hey, Billy Baldwin's in pictures!" No! As far as I'm concerned, Rooster is the only hero here.
Ali Lohan isn't the only celeb sibling with a reality show - Matthew McConaughey's brother, Rooster, is set to star in a series called Black Gold for truTV. The show, from the producers of Deadliest Catch and Ice Road Truckers, will follow Rooster and a team of drillers as they race to find oil in Texas. Because it's 1850. Basically, think Dirty Jobs meets Jed Clampett.
Adam Lambert may be in trouble with ABC, but he is mopping the floor with little Kris Allen, sales-wise.