Good afternoon peeps!
Happy birthday to Emmylou Harris and Jill Kushner!
Pixar will be making a sequel to Finding Nemo called Finding Dory, starring the one and only Ellen DeGeneres! The fish-tale (get it?) is scheduled to hit theaters on November 25, 2015.
And what do you think of DeGeneres new (April Fools’ Day-inspired) look?
Suze Orman is threatening to take her gay-money out of Florida. Orman appeared on MSNBC’s Now with Alex Wagner and said, “Currently I am a resident of Florida and I have substantial wealth and I pay substantial taxes. I would be more than happy to move to New York or California if I could get married and be recognized on a federal level because I want to live in a state that validates me, and I would validate them with my money.” Hear, hear!
Santana and the Glee gang once again joined forces with Archie. Check out a sneak peek inside the next installment of the popular cartoon.
On Tuesday, April 9 Lindsay Lohan will make an appearance on The Late Show with David Letterman to promote her upcoming appearance on FX’s Anger Management. Yesterday the out actress announced she was pregnant on Twitter. Luckily it was only an April Fool’s joke.
And speaking of jokes, actress Thandie Newton revealed a childhood poop prank on Chelsea Lately.
In the apocalypse film This is the End, watch as Hermione Granger (Emma Watson) steals all of James Franco and Seth Rogen‘s shit. The film’s trailer is NSFW but it’s hysterical.
And speaking of Watson, take a gander at her British GQ cover below. You’re welcome!
Angelina Jolie has opened an all-girl primary school in Kabul, Afghanistan. Being a fan of Gia is a prerequisite for enrollment.
Arrested Development’s Liza “with a Z” Minnelli will guest star on NBC’s Smash. Minnelli will play herself in Saturday’s episode and you can watch a sneak peek of her performance below.
Do you think of out comedian Fortune Feimster could pass as Adele? Feimster’s Adele impression can be seen on E’s After Lately.
Eve (and Cobra Starship‘s Gabe Saporta) join the fight against bullying with the music video for “Make it out this Town.”
Tonight Erin Foley and The Big Gay Sketch Show’s Jonny McGovern will take the stage at Akbar at 8 p.m.
Video of the day!
In the United States there are more than 267,000 undocumented LGBT immigrants. The below video shines the light on the need for LGBT-inclusive immigration reform.