Which Of These Celebrities Has Big D*ck Energy?

What is BDE? Brett, Grace, Jason and special guest Jack Osbourne discuss the energy everyone is talking about, and which celeb has it! Let us know if you think BDE should or shouldn’t be a thing in the comments below.

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I'm In The Band: Episode 9 - Palmolive