Good afternoon and happy Monday everyone!
Happy birthday to Rashida Jones, Chelsea Handler, Tea Leoni and Isabelle Fuhrman! Let’s watch actress Rashina Jones play kissy face with Zooey Deschanel in Our Idiot Brother, shall we?
During last night’s Oscar red carpet coverage Academy Award winner Jennifer Lawrence gave a shout out to actress Emma Stone by declaring, “Your ass is mine, Stone!” Personally, I’d like to see that. Check out this clip of her hilarious answers to some of the more inane questions from reporters after she picked up her Academy Award:
If you haven’t hit your Oscar overload yet then take a gander at Anna Paquin (with hubby Stephen Moyer) and Jane Lynch during Elton John’s Oscar viewing party! If you have hit your Oscar overload then I’m really sorry.
Out actress Lindsay Lohan has signed on to guest star on Charlie Sheen’s FX series Anger Management. In the episode set to air in April, Lohan’s character will “develop a romantic relationship with Sheen’s character after becoming his therapy patient.” Does anyone else think it’s a bad idea for these two to be hanging out?
The UK’s largest independent therapy organization, Pink Therapy, believes the term “LGBT” is ineffective and the label should be changed to “GSD,” which stands for Gender and Sexual Diversities. Thoughts?
Gwyneth Paltrow reprises her role as Pepper Potts in the action film Iron Man 3: Lots More Iron Than Before. What to do think of her character poster below?
A gay British couple is claiming they were denied a double room accommodation at the Thistle City Barbican Hotel in London because of their sexuality. The couple claims the hotel’s receptionist offered them a family room with single beds instead. Representative at the hotel commented on the situation and insists there were just no double rooms available at that time and they do not tolerate anti-gay and discriminatory behavior. (Let’s hope this was all just a big misunderstanding.)
Julie Goldman (The Big Gay Sketch Show, Happy Endings) will be performing during “The Gayest Weekend of All Time” at Flamingos in St. Petersburg, FL.
Tweet of the Day!
Out writer/producer Raimy Rosenduft posted this terrific idea on Twitter.
I think The Muppets should host the Oscars next year.
— Raimy Rosenduft (@raimyrosenduft) February 25, 2013