Good afternoon and happy Monday!
Happy birthday Uma Thurman, Carnie Wilson and Michelle Pfeiffer!
Miley Cyrus is werking it on the cover of Elle UK.
Ryan Murphy tweeted some exciting casting news about American Horror Story: Coven:
In the May 6th issue of Sports Illustrated, NBA star Jason Collins declares, “I’m a 34-year-old NBA center. I’m black. And I’m gay.” Collins also offered up this adorable antidote, “Imagine you’re in the oven, baking. Some of us know and accept our sexuality right away and some need more time to cook. I should know, I baked for 33 years.”
On Sunday, June 23 Heather Peace will be participating in A Night for Equality & Variety at the Norwich Theatre Royal in Norfolk, England.
Here’s another installment of Great Morning All Morning with Jane Lynch.
Do you like Lady Gaga’s new platinum cropped hair-do?
Speaking of cool hair, Joan Jett’s shag has been named one of the 25 Most Iconic Hairstyles of All Time. I concur.
Tabatha Coffey takes on Matthew McConaughey’s style for People. Not surprisingly, she hates it. Speaking of Coffey, enter to win VIP tickets for An Evening with Tabatha, which includes a one-on-one meet-and-greet with the out diva.
Check out the official trailer for the vampire film Byzantium, starring Saoirse Ronan and Gemma Arterton. Byzantium hits theaters on June 28.
New Zealand’s DB Breweries is getting a lot of flack over an advertisement for Tui beer that some are deeming homophobic. A spokesperson from the company said that was not their intention at all. Are you offended by the below billboard?
Reese Witherspoon is giving the world a sexy glare on the cover of Red magazine. (Remember when Witherspoon got it on with the late Brittany Murphy in Freeway? Aw, memories.)
On a scale from 1 to 10, guess how much I love this interactive tweet? (If you guessed 12, you’re right!)
This Wednesday, Gays R Us returns to the Hollywood Improv. The 8 p.m. comedy show stars out comedians Cameron Esposito, Poppy Champlin and Erin Foley!
Video of the Day!
Sing along to this DOMA repeal song by the Columbia Law Revue. I give these law students an A ++.