Good afternoon and happy Friday! Woohoo!
Happy birthday to Archie Panjabi, Sharon Gless, Brooke Shields, Lea Thompson and Patti Stanger!
“The Good Wife“‘s Archie Panjabi at the 44th NAACP Image Awards in Los Angeles
I’m excited about the premiere of Season 2 of Stevie TV tonight at 10 pm on VH1! This season, star Stevie Ryan will be impersonating such celebs as Kim Richards, Kristen Stewart, Brad Goreski, Zooey Deschanel, and Justin Bieber. In addition to the previews looking awesomely unhinged, many of the sketches will star bisexual comic Nicol Paone. Check out this one, about a twerking intervention (Paone plays the therapist).
I, too, wish I could back time’s ass up!
The peeps over at Lez Get Real posted an article entitled “Arrested Development Fans Questioning de Rossi’s Face.” Her face looks fine to me.
Gays R Us returns to the Hollywood Improv on Wednesday, June 5 at 8 pm. This queer comedy installment stars out comedians Julie Goldman and Erin Foley.
Wanna pick up Mila Kunis and bring her home with you? On June 11 you can take both Kunis and Rachel Weisz back to your place if you purchase the film Oz: The Great and Powerful.
Check out the disturbing trailer for Prisoners starring Maria Bello, Viola Davis, Melissa Leo and Hugh Jackman. (I think I’ll skip this one.)
It’s official, Alice in Wonderland 2 is in the works. No word yet if Mia Wasikowska (The Kids Are All Right) and the rest of the cast from Tim Burton’s 2010 edition will return for the sequel but we’ll keep you posted.
The Hunger Games: Catching Fire has re-launched its fashion “Capitol Couture” page. The site not only shows fashions for the elite but it also pays homage to the poorer Districts. Minus the antlers, I’d wear District 10’s look.
One Million Moms are protesting Anne Heche’s new NBC series Save Me for being anti-Christian.
Actress Lena Headey (Imagine Me & You) looked adorable during An Evening with Game of Thrones presented by the Television Academy Of Arts and Sciences in Los Angeles.
Attention Floridians! The Girls in Wonderland event starts today! Celebrate Gay Days in Orlando with cast members from Showtime’s The Real L Word, The Voice’s Beverly McClellan, True Blood’s Jessica Clark, Chelsea Lately’s Fortune Feimster and many more (half-dressed) ladies!
Kirsten Dunst and Lena Duham are teaming up with brilliant professional weirdo Miranda July for her We Think Alone project. Type in your email address and allow the adventure to begin! (I just signed up and I have no idea what this project is about or what I’m in store for. Wish me luck!)
Photo of the Day!
Artist Paul Richmond created a revised “Noah’s Gay Wedding Cruise: Marriage Evolved Edition” featuring a cartoon version of Ellen and Portia, Bert and Ernie and Brokeback Mountain’s Ennis and Jack. And click here to hear Paul discuss the piece and how far our country has come regarding marriage equality.
Have a great and safe weekend!