Let’s get this creepy item out of the way. The woman who attempted to break into Ellen and Portia’s house was found to be “delusional conspiracy theorist” who is obsessed with Hilary Clinton. Apparently, Karen Grace Sjoden was found with a “rambling letter that referenced the former First Lady and a dossier of the names and addresses of Hollywood’s elite.” She was “arrested ‘laying in wait’ under cushions on the DeGeneres’ kitchen deck.” Shudder. Thank god for security guards.
I am loving this video for “Uh-Oh” from Ex-Boyfriends. Unfortunately, the girl who stars in it isn’t getting that loving feeling.
Suicidegirls.com has an interview with Jasika Nicole in which she talks about upcoming Fringe storylines, her drawing projects and doing scenes with co-star Anna Torv. Will we be seeing some more Astrid/Olivia bonding in the near future?
Obviously, AfterEllen.com readers are all about Jasika and Anna spending some more time together, on screen where we can watch.
At Chartotte Ronson‘s Fashion Show this week, Samantha Ronson played coy with the press when they asked about Lindsay Lohan, saying “I don’t know who that is, I’m sorry.” Someone get this woman an acting job!
So The Danish Girl has finally found Nicole Kidman her leading lady. Rachel Weisz will play Kidman’s wife in the gender-bending drama, which goes into production in July.
Director Lasse Hallstrom said of Kidman playing the MTF character:
Kidman plays Lili Elbe, the first person to undergo sex reassignment surgery as from the novel by David Ebershoff.
Did you miss Sara Quin with Theophilus London on The Late Show last night? You’re welcome.
In an interview with Wag’s Revue, Alison Bechdel talks about how she feels that Dykes to Watch Out For isn’t as necessary as it once was:
Alison, I can assure you there is a still a need for your work today. I need you now, like Lady Antebellum.
Today in lesbianish TV: The Ellen DeGeneres Show (check local listings), The Talk (CBS 2 p.m.), Glee (Fox 8 p.m.), The Biggest Loser: Couples (NBC 8 p.m.), The Rachel Maddow Show (MSNBC 9 p.m. and midnight), White Collar (USA 10 p.m.) and The Good Wife (CBS 10 p.m.)