Morning Brew – A female soldier asks Pink to be her date at the Army Ball

Good morning!

You’d never guess, but the point of this photo from Interview magazine is to illustrate that wet hair is en vogue.

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Wet Seal has partnered with ABC Family to create fashion inspired by some of your fave characters. Now you can dress like Callie from The Fosters. (No Stef or Lena. Sorry, you’ll have to get your own cop uniform.)

Ashton Kutcher told Extra that working with Amber Tamblyn on Two and a Half Men is great.

“She’s just amazing! I’ve been working with her all week, and I’m beyond excited.”

I am strongly hoping Amber is a kickass lesbian character. I have faith in her, but not so much the show.

If you’ve been missing FBI Agent Diana Barrigan, she’ll be back when White Collar returns to USA on Oct. 17.

The Real World’s new season will be back in San Francisco, which means there is a prime opportunity to put a queer chick in her element. Please and thanks.

Kaitlyn Hunt has been offered a plea deal that would keep her out of jail if she accepts responsibility for “lewd and lascivious” conduct for her relationship with a younger girl. Florida is not sounding awesome to me lately.

A female soldier wants Pink to be her date to this year’s Army Ball. She sings a song about it, to the tune of “Perfect.”

Pink, you gotta go. Adorable.

Apparently Anna Paquin was almost in Wolverine, reprising her X-Men role as Rogue. Unfortunately, the writers couldn’t figure out a good way to fit her in. Related: I can’t figure out a way to fit in seeing the movie now. Shoulda put that Paquin in.

MSNBC blog The Grio discusses if Queen Latifah‘s sexuality will matter in terms of her branding.

The Happy Sad is opening in select theaters this weekend and it’s about open relationships and playing with ideas of sexuality. A gay male couple is at the center (including Chicago Fire‘s Charlie Barlett) but there is also a woman in a straight relationship, Annie (Sorel Carradine), who begins to date a schoolteacher, played by Maria Dizzia. The film is based on a play by Ken Urban.

Now that’s a movie I want to see!

Today in Lesbianish TV: *The Ellen DeGeneres Show, *The Challenge: Battle of the Exes marathon (MTV 10 a.m.), *Rules of Engagement (TBS 11 a.m.), 8: The Mormon Proposition (Pivot 11 a.m.), The Talk (CBS 2 p.m.), *True Life  (Logo 2 p.m.), *Cold Case (Ion 4 p.m.), Jane Velez-Mitchell (HLN 7 p.m.), *The Challenge: Rivals II  (MTV 8 p.m.), *Friday Night Lights  (Pivot 8 p.m.), The Rachel Maddow Show (MSNBC 9 p.m.), *True Blood marathon (HBO2 9 p.m.), Our Idiot Brother (Showcase 9:40 p.m.), *The Bridge marathon (FX 10 p.m.), *Friends (Nick 11:30 p.m.), *Friends (TV Land 11:36 p.m.), Chasing Amy (Flix 12 a.m.) (Thanks Roni!)

*Denotes rerun

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