Good afternoon and happy hump day!
Happy birthday to Joni Mitchell and Queer as Folk‘s Michelle Clunie!
Joni Mitchell canoodling with Rosie O’Donnell in New York
Mila Kunis has signed on to executive produce the drama Meridian Hills for the CW. The series is “set in 1972 exploring the women’s liberation movement, in a boozy Midwest country club in 1972, during an era when the Equal Rights Amendment was just beginning. The drama follows a young, newly married woman who joins the Junior League and discovers an eclectic group of other young women who become unlikely allies in her quest to change the system.”
Tonight at 11 p.m./10c Julie Goldman (The Big Gay Sketch Show) will star as the ultimate bouncer in Logo’s DTLA. Here’s a look at Goldman’s outtakes from the episode. She’s made of “steel, lesbian steel.”
Jennifer Lawrence graces the cover of Elle magazine’s December issue. (You’re welcome.)
The Battlestar Galactica prequel Blood & Chrome will be posted online before it hits the small screen. The film will be broken up into 10 mini-episodes and posted online starting in February 2013 and will air on the Syfy channel later in the year. That’s great and all but where’s Starbuck?
Chaz Bono is speaking out about his desire to lose more than 50 pounds.
Olivia Wilde looked lovely (as always) at the 16th Annual ACE Awards in New York.
The L Word‘s Jennifer Beals has signed on to star as Clementine in the family drama Cinemanovel.
If you need a pick me up, then take a gander an this elderly straight couple showing their support for gay marriage.
Actress Chloe Sevigny dished on what’s in store for her American Horror Story: Asylum character Shelley. If you’re not a scaredy cat like I am, then check out Sevigny’s interview.
Madonna claims Lady Gaga for turned her down when she requested a superstar duet. Wipe your tears Madonna, you’ll be fine.
Lesbian/Bi Tweet of the Day!