Happy 64th birthday to Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton.
Albert Nobbs star Glenn Close will be honored at the Palm Springs International Film Festival. Close, who also produced and co-wrote Albert Nobbs, will be given the Career Achievement Award at the awards gala on Saturday, January 7, 2012.
Smize-master Tyra Banks has teamed up with the Stop Bullying: Speak Up campaign to help raise awareness about bullying. Where were these anti-bullying campaigns when I was in elementary school? To find out more about the project check out their Facebook page at Facebook.com/StopBullyingSpeakUp
SNL alums Maya Rudolph and Molly Shannon will reunite again on NBC’s Up All Night.
Tonight, the Indigo Girls take their musical talents to the Allentown Symphony Hall in Allentown, PA. The show starts at 7:30 pm.
Siren Megan Fox is heading to Broadway! At this year’s “24 Hour Plays on Broadway,”
Harry Potter’s Emma Watson graces the cover of Elle UK. If you love listening to Watson’s beautiful British accent as much as I do, watch Elle’s Behind the Cover shoot.
Olivia Wilde has walked away from the Linda Lovelace’s biopic Lovelace. At last night’s Glamour Reel Moments, Wilde made her directorial debut with her short film Free Hugs and confirmed that she won’t be portraying the Deep Throat star on the big screen.
Lesbian/Bi Photo of the Day:
To get you all in the Halloween spirit, let’s reminisce about bisexual actress Evan Rachel Wood’s performance as Magenta in last year’s The Rocky Horror Picture Show 35th anniversary benefit.