Good afternoon and happy Monday! Or as Ellen puts it…
Happy Monday! But if you’re off for the end of the week, today is really like the middle of the week, so happy Wednesday!
— Ellen DeGeneres (@TheEllenShow) November 19, 2012
Happy birthday to Jodie Foster, Allison Janney, Ann Curry and Meg Ryan!
Academy Award winner Jodie Foster in San Diego, CA.
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Out actress Lindsay Lohan stars in R.E.M.‘s new music video “Blue,” directed by James Franco (who is also featured in drag).
Last night Pink showed off her flexibility during the 40th American Music Awards in Los Angeles.
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Isla Fisher and Melanie Laurent (Beginners) star in the magician caper Now You See Me, due out in theaters June 7, 2013.
If you like the Gossip and blurry fan videos then watch Beth Ditto‘s rendition of Tina Turner‘s “What’s Love Got To Do With It.”
The Hollywood Reporter‘s Actress Roundtable issue features Naomi Watts, Helen Hunt, Anne Hathaway, Amy Adams, Rachel Weisz, Marion Cotillard and Sally Field. (No women of color, seriously?)
Get ready for the premiere of HBO’s Game of Thrones Season 3. Have you been going through Lena Headey withdrawal?
Take a listen to the indie duo Little Brutes‘ (Rachael Cantu and Harlan Silverman) version of “Silent Night.” (I love the holidays!)
Over the weekend a half a million people celebrated Gay Pride in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. If you weren’t lucky enough to be there, then watch some of what you missed.
Tomorrow night out actress/comedian Nicol Paone (The Big Gay Sketch Show, 30 Rock) will take the stage at Akbar in Silverlake, CA at 8 p.m. The $5 comedy show also features gay ally Shawn Pelofsky (Chelsea Lately).
Video of the Day!
Warning! This NSFW video features nudity and violence.
Yesterday in Paris Catholic protesters took to the streets to fight back against President Francois Hollande’s plans to legalize gay adoption and gay marriage. Gay supporters were also in tow, including the Ukrainian activist group Femen who showed up as topless nuns and chanted “In Gay We Trust.”