Good morning! Did you read our Hot 100 yet? I am lucky enough to have met our number one gal a few times in the flesh and, gosh, she’s gorgeous and super sweet. She is very deserving of your praise and love, as she loves and praises you right back.
Perhaps you’ve forgotten what actresses have kissed one another in movies and you want a refresher. The list of lesbian kisses included one I have yet to see: Head in the Clouds, with Charlize Theron and Penelope Cruz.
Or maybe you want a refresher of lesbian kisses on TV instead. The L.A. Times has you covered.
When Kanye West performed at Coachella last month, he switched up a line from his single “Stronger” to make it about his ex Amber Rose. He said: “I did anything for a blonde dyke, and she’ll do anything for the limelight,” to which Amber recently responded in King magazine:
While the word “dyke” is in the original lyrics, he changed it up to be about Amber, who is out as bisexual. Not so classy, Mr. West.
Scarlett Johansson posed as some iconic figures in this month’s W magazine. Among them: queer actress Marlene Dietrich.
If you’re a fan of Christine Vachon‘s films (Boys Don’t Cry, Velvet Goldmine, Mildred Pierce), you’ll enjoy this interview with her.
Check out CREEP‘s new video with Nina Sky for their sexy song, “You.”
Dub-step singer Mary Magdalan is readying her next album and it’s kind of a Sasha Fierce-type thing. Her alter-ego is named Vivian Blake and she’s a “British lesbian.” Says Mary, “Vivian is a part of me which has always been hidden under the pain and trauma, and letting her out on this new album has been nothing short of orgasmic.” Interesting — here’s the video for her single from the album, “STFU V. 2.0.”
As a parting gift, here is Rihanna trying to kiss Britney Spears after their performance of “S&M” on the Billboard Music Awards last night.
Tonight in Lesbiansh TV: The Ellen DeGeneres Show, Lady Gaga on The View, D.E.B.S. (IFC 11:30 a.m.), Tabatha Coffey on The Talk (CBS 2 p.m.), Ghost Whisperer (We 5 p.m.), Crossing Jordan (CIN 7 p.m.), House (Fox 8 p.m.), Chloe (Starz Cinema 8:20 p.m.), The Rachel Maddow Show (MSNBC 9 p.m., midnight, 4 a.m.), Bath Crashers (DIY 9 p.m.), Setup Squad (Logo 10 p.m.), Lady Gaga on The Late Show and Wanda Sykes on Jimmy Kimmel. (Thanks Roni!)