Afternoon Delight: Kristen Stewart and Kirsten Dunst in “On the Road,” Maddow’s answers to the Proust questionnaire


Good afternoon and happy Monday!

Happy birthday to Liza “with a Z” Minnelli!

Members of the US Congress have joined executive producer Harvey Weinstein‘s fight to change the rating of the documentary film Bully. Twenty members of Congress have signed on to a petition (along with Ellen DeGeneres) asking the MPAA to lower the R-rating it gave to Bully so the important film can be shown nationwide in schools. Canada gave Bully a PG-rating. (Once again, Canada is cooler than the US.)

Kristen Stewart, Amy Adams and Kirsten Dunst teamed up for the drama On the Road. And, yes, Stewart is topless at the 37-second mark. You’re welcome!


Lily Tomlin is taking over Palm Desert, CA! On March 17 and 18 Tomlin will be performing at at the McCallum Theatre for the Performing Arts (73000 Fred Waring Drive.) Tickets for the 8 pm shows are still available.

As mentioned in this morning’s Morning Brew, Sofia Vergara will be hosting Saturday Night Live. To congratulate her (and to make me smile) take a gander at Vergara on the cover of In Style.

If you turn to the last page of Vanity Fair‘s April issue you’ll see Rachel Maddow‘s answers to the Proust questionnaire. My two favorite Maddow answers are:

What is your idea of perfect happiness?
“Loud bar, good band, cold beer, ride home.”

What do you consider your greatest achievement?
“That Susan (Mikula) loves me so much.”

Lesbian Life needs your votes to find out who is the best lesbian musician or band, the location of the best lesbian vacation spot and more. (Our own Dorothy Snarker is up for best Twitter feed.) Voting goes until March 21 and winners will be announced on March 30.

Tonight out comedian Fortune Feimster will take a seat at Chelsea Lately‘s roundtable. Have you read our recent interview with her?

Lesbian/Bi Photo of the Day!

Tabatha Coffey is on the cover of Frontiers. Tabatha scares me and I love it!

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