Good afternoon and happy April! Where does the time go?
Happy birthday to Trish Bendix’s dream girl Rachel Maddow, Bijou Phillips, Susan Boyle, Debbie Reynolds, Jane Adams and my perfect doggie Taffy Davenport McManus-Kregloe!
Trish posing with Rachel Maddow (before security pried her away.)
Like many young people growing up in the 1980s, I was obsessed with Princess Diana. Now I find out that in the late ’80s Queen’s Freddie Mercury “disguised Princess Diana as a man and took her to notorious gay bar Royal Vauxhall Tavern. They were sure they were going to be discovered, but Mercury proved a major distraction, and Diana reportedly loved it.” After knowing this I can now die happy.
Evan Rachel Wood is so in demand as an actress that she’s starring in movies she even she doesn’t know about.
Ke$ha is heading to the big screen. Watch the trailer for her documentary Ke$ha: My Crazy Beautiful Life (which airs on MTV on April 23).
Apparently Jane Lynch and Katy Perry both go on hikes.
Emily Blunt stars in dramedy Arthur Newman, in theaters April 26.
Chelsea Handler will present Fergie “Ferge” with the Always Next, Forever Now award during this year’s NewNowNext Awards, airing April 15 on Logo at 10 p.m. Fergie said, “I could not be more proud to be honored by Logo. This award is so incredibly special to me because of the tremendous love and support I have always experienced from the LGBT community. Logo’s philosophy of acceptance with no barriers and no judgment is a message that we should all live by.”
Today I popped up on The Jeff Probst Show. I was hidden in the game’s prize box during the show’s April Fool’s episode. Watch the behind-the-scenes to see what really went down.
The award winning lesbian film Pariah will screen tomorrow night at the Schomburg Center in New York at 6:30 pm. The screening is free and is part of the Ordinary People BGLA Film Series.
Tweet of the Day!
Today’s tweet comes from I Can’t Think Straight actress Sheetal Sheth.