WISHIN’ AND HOPIN’ THAT THEY’LL KEEP THE BISEXUALITY IN THE MOVIE
Kidman (left) and Springfield
Springfield, who openly acknowledged having relationships with both men and women, rose to fame in the ’60s for hit songs such as "Son of Preacher Man" and "I Only Want To Be With You." Universal announced plans a few years ago to make a Springfield biopic starring Kristin Chenoweth, and according to Variety, it’s still in development.
No word yet on whether Cunningham’s script will address Springfield’s bisexuality, but at least we know from The Hours that both he and Kidman are willing to go there. And while we’re having an Hours reunion, can we get Allison Janney to play Dusty’s girlfriend, just because?
IF SHE WAS OUR GIRLFRIEND, THE THINGS SHE’D DO FOR US …
Janet Jackson accepting her Vanguard Award from
Yeah, the interview was kinda gay. In fact, here are some of the gayest moments:
Janet also piped up with her opinion about gay marriage before the reporter could even fully finish formulating the question. She said: "I think it should be legalized. I think it’s about finding your soul mate. It’s finding that person you connect with. But most people don’t get it right. Look at me! The thing is, I don’t know if I ever will or won’t get married again. I’m very happy where I am. I just think I jinx marriages, but that’s not going to stop me from loving."
Nicely done, Miss Jackson. I am officially happy with this year’s straight recipient of GLAAD’s highest honor (past recipients have included actors Charlize Theron, Jennifer Aniston and Sharon Stone). But I can’t help but hope that maybe next year they will select an honoree for whom "girl crushes" aren’t hypothetical.