Afternoon Delight: Dee Rees and Kim Wayans for Marriage Equality, Charlize Theron on “Top Chef”


Good afternoon, happy Monday, happy Martin Luther King, Jr. Day and happy birthday to supermodel Kate Moss, choreographer extraordinaire Debbie Allen and sultry singer Sade Adu!

Charlize Theron (Monster) graces the cover of February’s W magazine.

Speaking of Theron, the Academy Award-winning actress will be featured on Wednesday’s Top Chef "Fit for an Evil Queen" episode at 10 pm on Bravo. But don’t even think about turning the channel during the commercial breaks because there will also be a sneak peek of Theron’s new film Snow White and The Huntsman.

Did you watch last night’s Golden Globe Awards show? Lesbian comedian Fortune Feimster tuned in and had this to say:

Speaking of the Globes, Meryl Streep took home another best actress award last night (where on earth does she put them all?) for The Iron Lady. Take a gander at one of the new graffiti-style posters for the film.

And while we’re staring at unusual images, last night when I saw Tilda Swinton on the red carpet I said out loud, "Wowzer!"

Now that my jaw is off the floor, let’s continue.

This Thursday, the scene-stealing Megan Mullally (Happy Endings, Will & Grace) will guest star on Up All Night this week. (Watch your backs, Maya Rudolph and Christina Applegate.)

Ladies, do you ever want to change your body, face or even eye color? Then check out the amazing new product by Adobe! (P.S. Don’t change anything about yourself! You are perfect as you are.)

Tonight,  Hunger Games actress Elizabeth Banks will stop by the Late Show with David Letterman while Underworld’s Kate Beckinsale visits Conan.

Tomorrow night at 8 pm, catch out comedian Erin Foley live at Akbar (4356 West Sunset Boulevard) in Silverlake, CA.

On February 7, out rocker Brandi Carlile is taking her talents to the House of Blues in Dallas, TX. Tickets for the 8pm show at selling fast, so hop to it if you want to attend.

Lesbian/Bi Video of the Day!

Pariah director Dee Rees and actress Kim Wayans lent their voices to the HRC’s Support Marriage Equality movement.

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