Good afternoon and welcome back to Monday!
Congratulations to The Ellen DeGeneres Show for hoarding trophies at
the Daytime Emmy Awards.
Last night Tabatha Coffey stopped by the Bravo clubhouse on Watch What
The Grey’s Anatomy interns are in it for the long haul. When the
show returns for Season 10 this fall newcomers Camilla Luddington, Gaius
Charles, Jerrika Hinton and Tessa Ferrer will officially become series
Naya Rivera glows on the cover of Glow magazine.
Are you shocked by these teen boy pregnancy ads?
The Fosters’ executive producer Jennifer “J Lo” Lopez has signed on to
star in the drama The 33. This true story is based on the 2010
incident where 33 Chilean miners were trapped in a mine for 69 days.
Yesterday the front page of CNN was all about gay rights.
Go Magazine named the 100 Women they love. No word yet if
the women reciprocate their feelings for the periodical.
Attention True Blood fans! Star, director and Anna Paquin’s real-life
hubby Stephen Moyer speculates about what’s in store for Bill Compton and Sookie Stackhouse.
If you live in London consider going to Wednesday night’s comedy event
Laughing Labia at Candy Bar (4 Carlisle Street). My labia loves knock
A five-year-old girl set up a lemonade stand right across from the
anti-gay Westboro Baptist Church in Kansas to raise money for peace
and love. This little entrepreneur named Jayden raised $400 selling
lemonade plus a whooping $10K via an online campaign and all of these
profits will go to the anti-poverty group Planting Peace.
EW put Wonder Woman and Buffy the Vampire Slayer on its list of the
25 best superheroes of all time.
Season 2 of the lesbian webseries Cowgirl Up premieres tomorrow only
on Tellofilms.com. This installment is like a South of Nowhere reunion
with stars Mandy Musgrave, Maeve Quinlan, Aasha Davis and Valery Ortiz
reteaming on screen.
Tweet of the day!
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