Good afternoon my lovelies!
Happy birthday to Mary-Louise Parker, Mandi Line, Shelagh Ratner, Jacinda Barrett and D.E.B.S. star Sara Foster!
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In preparation for the Comedy Central Roast of Rosanne Barr, Roastmaster Jane Lynch is recruiting joke writers on Twitter.
Sears has launched an anti-bullying campaign. (They also have a tremendous portrait studio.)
If you haven’t hit your Chick-Fil-A news overload yet (I have) then take a gander at Chick-Fil-A’s new spokesperson, Chaz the Intolerant Chick-Fil-A Chicken, courtesy of Conan.
The New Jersey-based bakery Sweet Avenue Bake Shop is offering a special “Rainbow Pride” cupcake in response to Chick-Fil-A’s anti-gay stance. The bakery stated they “support love rather than hate,” and one dollar from each cupcake purchased will be donated to LGBT advocacy group Garden State Equality. Equality and sugar? What more could you ask for?
On Tuesday, August 7, Kathy Griffin: Pants Off & Tired Hooker will be available on DVD. Warning: Griffin discusses her lady parts, a lot.
Filmmaker magazine posted a terrific interview with lesbian writer/director Aurora Guerrero. This weekend Guerrero will be at Cinema Village (22 East 12th St) in New York City participating in a Q&A’s after the theatrical screenings of her film Mosquita Y Mari.
Writer/actress Rashida Jones (Our Idiot Brother) dished to The Hollywood Reporter about her new film Celeste and Jesse Forever.
Out artist Aubrey O’Day created a NSFW remix of Gotye‘s hit song “Somebody That I Used to Know.” I prefer the original version with Kimbra.
On August 15th The Gossip will be taking the stage at Foire aux Vins in Colmar, France. I’ll have to wait until October 12 to see Beth Ditto in action at the Fonda Theater in Los Angeles.
Heather Peace fielded questions at the Glasgow Lip Service Fan Event.
Tweet of the day!
Naya Rivera returned to the Glee set and posted a chest photo on Twitter. (You’re welcome!)