Happy Hump Day!
People magazine has an interview with Carol Rosenfeld and Brandy Snow of The Amazing Race, in which they say they hope they don’t come off looking like “mean lesbians.” Brandy said:
And, unfortunately, it looks like the two have split up.
Reality shows = the death of relationships. Here’s hoping Carol and Brandy can have a second honeymoon, off-camera.
Former Showgirls/L Word star Elizabeth Berkley is penning a self-help book called Ask Elizabeth. Now’s your chance to write in and find out what it’s like to have sexual tension with Gina Gershon and Jennifer Beals.
The New York Press profiled some of NYC’s influential lesbians, which they dub “the muffia.” The list includes Holly Miranda, DJ Lauren Flax, artist Shantell Martin, restaurateur Rebecca Collerton , actor Jess Barbagallo and party promoter Ellie Conant. It’s worth a read, as they all discuss the lesbian scene in NY, their own backgrounds and finding other lesbians for friendship and otherwise in the big apple.
Resident AE gleeks Dorothy Snarker and Heather Hogan insisted that I include this video of Jane Lynch vogueing on last night’s Glee. You’re welcome!
The Miami Gay and Lesbian Film Festival will be honoring Sharon Gless with the Career Achievement Award at the Florida premiere of her film Hannah Free on April 24. If you’re in town, you can attend the ceremony at Regal Cinemas South Beach.
Check out Last Call with Carson Daly tonight for a look at the Dinah Shore Weekend’s 20th Anniversary. There will be a segment with Club Skirts’ founder Mariah Hanson. Catch it tonight on NBC at 1:35 a.m.