Afternoon Delight: Shay Mitchell’s “Fashionable World,” Michelle Shocked responds to reports of an anti-gay rant


Good afternoon and happy hump day!

Happy birthday to Holly Hunter

Remember when Hunter made out with Clea DuVall on Saving Grace? Good times.

Singer Michelle Shocked has released an open letter in response to reports that she went on an anti-gay tirade at a recent concert (resulting in a slew of upcoming shows being cancelled). In it, she writes:

I stand accused of forsaking the LGBT community for a Christianity which is – hear me now – anathema to my understanding of faith. I will no doubt take future flack for saying so. I’m accused of believing that “God hates fags” and that the repeal of Prop 8 will usher in the End Times. Well, if I caused such an absurdity, I am damn sorry. To be clear: I am not now, nor have I ever been, a member of any so-called faith preaching intolerance of anyone. Again, anyone: straight or gay, believers or not: that’s the law.

Go inside Pretty Little Liars star Shay Mitchell’s “Fashionable World” as she gives us a guided tour of the spring/summer trends.  


America Ferrera and Itty Bitty Titty star Melonie Diaz will join forces for the indie film X/Y.

Drinking Buddies, starring Olivia Wilde, has been acquired by Magnolia Pictures. The comedy, which also features Anna Kendrick, will be released in theaters later this year.  

Glee‘s Jenna Ushkowitz‘s werked the red carpet at the premiere of Game of Thrones in Hollywood, CA.

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HBO has cancelled the Laura Dern-helmed dramedy Enlightened after only two seasons.

In case you didn’t catch Tina Fey on Inside the Actor’s Studio last night, Vulture has a little “best of” clip for your viewing pleasure. (I agree with her about bras and diet food.)

Jillian Michaelslatest (and free) podcast is available to download via iTunes.

The paparazzi nabbed some photos of Noomi Rapace (The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo) and Tom Hardy on the set of their new film Animal Rescue.

The Green Street United Methodist Church in North Carolina has announced it will no longer perform straight weddings until same-sex marriage is legal. 

Video of the Day!

If you missed Tegan and Sara at SXSW, you can watch their entire set in the video below, along with a really weird intro to the performance and an interview with them after. (If that monster is a dude, I think he is still out of luck.)

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