Afternoon Delight: Doccubus vs. Brittana in a final showdown, Dame Helen Mirren’s new look


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Happy birthday to Christina Ricci and Joanna Kerns!

The one and only Lily Tomlin is featured in the March issue of O magazine. Tomlin answered a few “O Libs” and revealed that if she wasn’t an actor she’d be a “cannabis farmer.”

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Over the weekend Dame Helen Mirren showed off her new pink hairdo at the BAFTA Awards.

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Out artist Sinead O’Connor is very pleased that the Pope is retiring. O’Connor wrote on her website, “I would like to congratulate Pope Benedict on his wise decision to retire before the very worst of what has been going on is discovered. I appreciate his alluding to some of it in his statement and assure him The Most High forgives those who can faithfully say they did wrong.”

Mila Kunis (Black Swan) looks flawless on the cover of Allure.

Actress Chloe Sevigny (Hit & Miss, If These Walls Could Talk 2) showed off her new clothing line for New York Fashion Week.

E! needs your vote for its “TV’s Top Couple” contest. Which couples are competing for the coveted title? Why, it’s Glee’s Brittany and Santana versus Lost Girl’s Lauren and Bo. That’s right, two same-sex female couples are in the final round! Now this is progress.

Jennifer Lawrence, Naomi Watts and Amy Adams sat down with host Zach Galifianakis for a special Oscar Buzz Edition of the comedy-interview series Between Two Ferns. This video is NSFW.

An Indiana high school is trying to ban gay students from attending their own prom. Teens, parents and teachers at Sullivan High School want all queer students barred from the event. A “Support The Sullivan High School Prom For All Students” Facebook page has been created in support the school’s LGBTQ community. Please “like” the page if you have time.

Lena Headey looks haunting in the latest preview for Game of Thrones Season 3.

It’s time again for the annual Her HRC events that happen in cities all over the U.S. Her HRC gathers women to both celebrate and build a greater sense of community while learning about the importance of engaging in the LGBT civil rights movement. This program expands and diversifies HRC’s membership through events hosted across the country towards the beginning of each calendar year. From live performances to comedy to film screenings to everything in between, each market’s unique programming is tailored to their community. Attended by over 5,000 women annually, and tickets are kept at a reasonable price to encourage attendance. For details on the Her HRC celebration in your city, check out the Her HRC events page.

Tabatha Coffey threw some shade at Kerry Washington’s attire during the NAACP Image Awards. (I think Washington looks cute!)

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