Pariah fans have selected the official poster for the film, which opens in select theatres in the U.S. on December 25. Is this the image you picked?
Emmy award winner Jane Lynch talks Glee, Ellen DeGeneres and her memoir Happy Accidents in the October issue of Vanity Fair. The 51-year-old actress, who didn’t come out to her parents until she was 32, explained that while she knows DeGeneres, they aren’t BFFs.
Lynch said, “I think she’s (DeGeneres) wonderful. I don’t know her that well, personally. The power lesbians don’t just get together for dinner. We don’t do a potluck.”
Amber Heard and her blue bunny suit are all over the current issue of Entertainment Weekly. She’s on the cover, as well as on pages 4, 54 and 55. We get it; Heard looks really hot in her Playboy Club wardrobe. Now someone please get her a pair of pants!
Speaking of EW, out writer Liz Feldman’s new sitcom 2 Broke Girls was highlighted in the magazine’s “Five Best New Shows” feature. The other four shows included Claire Danes’ drama Homeland, Up All Night starring Christina Applegate and Maya Rudolph, Person of Interest and American Horror Story, produced by Glee’s Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk.
Bisexual actress and True Blood‘s deceased (?) fictitious vampire Queen Evan Rachel Wood is the new spokeswoman for Gucci Guilty fragrance. (Hey dude, I don’t think she’s that into you because she’s totally staring me down.)
After defending last week’s controversial photos of Glee’s Heather Morris, photographer Tyler Shields is singing a new tune. Shields claims he never meant to glamorize domestic violence and he’s now planning on auctioning off one of the Morris prints and will donate all of the funds raised to a domestic violence charity. Bids for the photo will start at $100,000. $100,000? If I spent $100,000 on a photograph, I’d punch myself in the face. (Too soon?)
With less than two weeks until the premiere of Dancing with the Stars, contestant Chaz Bono has been getting the bulk of the attention from the media. Check out Bono’s official DWTS portrait with his dance partner, Lacey Schwimmer.
DWTS Season 13 begins September 19 on ABC. Will you be watching?
Who is Miley Cyrus’ hero? Why Joan Jett of course! The Disney star nominated the out rocker for the September “Heroes” issue of V magazine.
Cyrus got to speak to her 52-year-old hero and said, “I love that you never apologized for who you were. It’s something I had to learn. … I’m sick of feeling as if I owe someone an apology for being who I am.”
That’s What She Said will be performing this Thursday at M Bar. The lesbian musical duo, comprised of Kathryn Lounsbery and Amy Turner, take the stage at 8 p.m. (1253 Vine Street, Los Angeles CA)
It’s time for another addition of Fairy Tale Theater: 18 and Over staged by lesbian director Annie McVey. If you like fairytales, puppets and sex talk, stop by the Acme Theater in Los Angeles on September 15 at 8:15 p.m.
Numerous stills from Grey’s Anatomy’s season eight premiere have hit the Internet (there are some spoilers on the site, so click this link at your own risk), and out of the 45 photos I didn’t see any pictures of Arizona and only one of Callie. Hopefully no news is good news.
Make sure to tune in to the GA two-hour season premiere on Thursday, September 22 at 9 p.m.
Attention Key West, Florida! On Friday, September 9 join lesbian comedians extraordinaire Julie Goldman, Gloria Bigelow and Jackie Monahan for their Curiously Strong Comedy Tour at the San Carlos Institute. (513 Truman Ave.) Tickets are still available and the show starts at 8pm.
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