Kristen Stewart is on the cover of February’s issue of Vogue and in the accompanying interview, shares her love for singer Jenny Lewis. She told the mag:
Hear that, redheads? I wonder if KStew first fell for her after seeing Foxfire.
Dazed & Confused has put their full interview with Anna Paquin online, and the photos get a thumbs up from me.
In the interview, Anna discusses growing up in Hollywood, how she thought she’d never leave New York and how her life has changed since joining True Blood.
Spot the lesbians in this Curb Your Enthusiasm featurette about the upcoming season. (OK, here’s a hint: Wanda. OK, second hint: Rosie.)
So we know all about Sofia Black D’Elia but who are the other gay girls on the show? One of them, showing up next week, is played by Blaine Morris. The 18-year-old’s hometown paper, The Hudson Reporter, writes that Blaine was on the Skins‘ writing advisory board, but was asked to audition by Bryan Elsley himself. Blaine has the recurring role of “lesbian” Betty Nardone. I put lesbian in quotes for a reason. Watch next week’s episode and find out why!
Mila Kunis told Fox411’s Pop Tarts she hopes people take more away from Black Swan then the sex scene she shares with Natalie Portman.
And when it comes to who “acted” better in the bedroom situations — Natalie or Mila’s upcoming Friends With Benefits co-star Justin Timberlake — Mila said:
That’s right, Mila — keep everyone happy and secure about their performance.
UK TV host Jonathan Ross was on the Gaydar radio show this week and said his 19-year-old daughter, Betty, is a lesbian. He was asked by a caller what he would do if his daughter brought home a woman, and he replied:
Jonathan Ross with Betty (left) and family
Sounds like Betty lucked out in the supportive dad department!
Julianne Moore is this year’s Hasty Pudding Woman of the Year. Each year, the Harvard University Hasty Pudding Theatricals honor an actor they admire, and The Kids Are All Right star has been named their 2011 honoree. Congrats Julianne!
AfterElton.com has a review of a new documentary called Beyond Gay: The Politics of Pride. It’s making its rounds at the festival circuit this year, so check it out.
Out.com has an interview with Girl in a Coma and they look fabulous while talking about their influences, touring with Morrissey and their latest project, Adventures in Coverland.
Melissa Etheridge will be joining the cast of Broadway’s American Idiot for one week, Feb. 1 – 6. She’ll be playing the role of St. Jimmy, the lead male role that Billie Jo Armstrong plays the rest of the month. Says show producer:
I have no doubts she’ll rock in this role. The only person who may disagree is her ex-partner, Tammy Lynn, who seems to have penned another heartfelt poem about their split on her blog.
Lastly, Sarah Shahi wanted to say hello, from this month’s Maxim.
Today in lesbianish TV: The Ellen DeGeneres Show (check local listings), Lucy Lawless on The Wendy Williams Show (check local listings), The Talk (CBS 2 p.m.) and The Rachel Maddow Show (MSNBC 9 p.m. and midnight). (Thanks Roni!)
See you tomorrow!