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Remember when we told you Wanda Sykes will star on an episode of Drop Dead Diva and it will be based on the Constance McMillen lawsuit? The show has added on some more gays to join the party, including Clay Aiken, Lance Bass and Amanda Bearse. Amanda, I miss you! I’m glad Lifetime remembered you and invited you to prom.
Model and reality TV personality Adrienne Curry may be most famous for being married to Peter Brady, but she was always very vocal about her bisexuality on America’s Next Top Model and in the press.
She’s now joining a View-like talkshow on the Style Network. Her Barbara, Joy and Sherri are Vivica A. Fox, Nick Verreos and Ali Fedotowsky.
I know so many lesbians who want Jennifer Nettles of Sugarland to be a gay lady. Since I can’t give you that gift, I can only offer this comment she gave to South Florida Gay News:
Commence swooning now.
Rosie appeared at the Matrix Awards in New York this week, a ceremony which honors women in various communications fields. She presented her publicist Cindi Berger with an award, and told the crowd one piece of PR advice Cindi had given her:
Unfortunately, I have a feeling she was being serious. Also, it’s obvious Rosie ignored her advice.
Has Buffy ever healed you? It helped one writer grieve after a friend died in a car accident — specifically the episode “The Body.” She writes:
Wetpaint TV has some inside scoop from Kristin Bauer on what’s happening with Pam this season on True Blood.
You will enjoy this hot award-winning video, Kidnapping. I just know it.
It’s Hump Day! Which means a new episode of McManusland. It’s getting rave reviews, as you can see in this teaser.
Meredith Baxter stopped by HLN’s Dr. Drew show to discuss coming out, being an alcoholic and all of the other things she writes about in Untied.
Today in Lesbianish TV: The Ellen DeGeneres Show (check local listings), The Talk (CBS 2 p.m.), Police Women of Memphis (OWN 2 p.m.), Joan Jett on Oprah, House Hunters (HGTV 7:30 p.m.), The Rachel Maddow Show (MSNBC 9 p.m., midnight, 4 a.m.), Law & Order: SVU (NBC 10 p.m.) and Jessie J on The Tonight Show. (Thanks Roni!)