Happy birthday to Cloris Leachman, Kirsten Dunst, Dianna Agron, Jane Campion, Alexandra Holden and Rose Rollins!
Glee’s Dianna Agron
Congratulations to gay allies Cyndi Lauper (Kinky Boots) and Judith Light for garnering nominations for this year’s Tony awards.
Hilton Hotels have launched a campaign with the intention of attracting more gay clients. Hilton’s “Go Out” package is for LGBT guests, which includes complimentary internet, two welcome drinks, late checkout and a one-year digital subscription to Out magazine.
Sarah Paulson discussed her drunken prom night at the Cinema Society screening of her new film Mud.
Jerry Lewis talked some serious smack about out comedian actress Sandra Bernhard at the closing night of the Tribeca Film Festival.
Kristen Wiig and Tobey Maguire have signed onto Will Ferrell’s IFC comedy series The Spoils of Babylon.
Vulture posted a very interesting article entitled “The Amanda Palmer Problem: How Does a Cult Musician Become a Figure to Be Mocked?” (I personally love Palmer’s work.)
The upcoming Hillary Clinton movie Rodham is looking for its leading lady. (Which actress would you cast as Clinton? My pick is Nurse Jackie’s Merritt Wever.) The film, about the former Secretary of State’s early years of politics, is set to be released right around the next presidential election, which might not be a good thing.
Comedy Central’s new standup/sketch series Inside Amy Schumer premieres tonight at 10:30 p.m. Will you tune in?
Nicki Minaj will be making her big screen debut in the film The Other Woman. The revenge comedy will also star Cameron Diaz.
If you like the faux news site The Onion, you’ll love Reductress, a fake news magazine geared for women.
Sofia Coppola’s Bling Ring (starring Emma Watson) will be closing out the Seattle Film Festival on June 9. (Note to self: Check flights to Seattle.)
Tweet of the Day!
Out comedian/artist Margaret Cho isn’t taking any crap on Twitter.