Good morning and happy birthday to my gal pal Emily Hartl! We went as Beetlejuice and Lydia for her Halloween party over the weekend. Looking gorge girl!
Melissa Joan Hart‘s new memoir touches on her relationships with the gays. She was upset when her Twitter support for Mitt Romney in the last election had people calling her homophobic. She said in an interview:
“I think that it’s funny that sometimes people label me as certain things when I’m such a fan of the world, of people of all walks. I heard recently that Cher said, and I stand by this as well, that when everyone else kind of disappears and starts calling you a has-been and whatnot, it is the gay and lesbian community that stands by you, that remembers you and thinks of you, like not just what you’re doing at the current moment.”
Emma Donoghue recommends five books to read about prostitutes at The Daily Beast.
Maybe you need a reminder of the 10 best Buffy episodes to watch during Halloween.
Linda Perry has a new reality show coming to Vh1. The Linda Perry Project is docuseries “in which she works to relaunch her record label and mentors young artists in the hope of signing them.” I’m in!
Speaking of amazing ’90s women, Luscious Jackson have a new video for their song “#1 Burn.”
Holly Miranda answered some fun “firsties and faves” questions for Noisey, including her fave fictional character.
Alex Voss. Laura Prepon’s character on Orange is the New Black. I think I watched the whole series two, maybe three times!
Stars, they’re just like us!
Out singer/songwriter Tara Jane O’Neil has a new album on the way. Where Shine New Lights will come out in January.
Lady Gaga wants people to know she’s bisexual and it’s not marketing. FUCK YEAH GAGA.
Rachel Maddow will be part of a reading of the Tony Kushner play Only We Who Guard the Mystery Shall Be Unhappy at Joe’s Pub in NYC on November 3.
Jordana Spiro is joining The Good Wife as a cop and I’m strongly hoping she is a love interest for Kalinda.
It sure sounds like DJ Kalhed ripped off lesbian duo CREEP‘s song “Days” in his new otherwise terrible track.
Out producer Hunger Games Nina Jacobson joins star Jennifer Lawrence and director Francis Lawrence on the cover of Variety.
Who wants one of these?
Glee puppets! With many more to come! Who’s ur favorite so far? pic.twitter.com/rB9W1E4UY9
— Ryan Murphy (@MrRPMurphy) October 30, 2013
Judy Gold was a guest on Totally Biased with W. Kamau Bell this week, being awesome per usual.