Hold on to your cowboy hats kids because there is a big surprise coming up on The A-List Dallas — an appearance from none other than Ms. Ann Coulter.
While Ms. Coulter’s political viewpoints are a frequent source of debate, she has been somewhat supportive of the gay community. In fact, GoProud, the conservative gay organization, recently named Coulter “Honorary Chair and Gay Icon.” Gay Icon being the highest order in most political organizations — next to Class Treasurer and Historian.
On the other hand, Coulter did recently defend “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” when asked about her response to the booing of a gay solider during a typically ineffectual Republican presidential debate (Democratic debates are just as meaningless, no judgment). Or, to be fair, she defended the pro-military stance of most of the candidates while never giving her own personal opinion. So, in an odd way, she has become just as gay “friendly” as our civil unions only President. She’s an enigma, wrapped in a riddle, shrouded in mystery that Ann.
Politics aside, kind of, Coulter joined some of her fave boys, specifically Dallas cast member Taylor Garrett and Jimmy LaSalvia of GOProud, for a late lunch, and some reality show filming, in LA yesterday. It is unsure when Coulter’s episode as a Logo guest star will end up airing, but there is no doubt there will be some rumblings and controversy as a result.
Opinions of Coulter aside, the boys of Dallas are certainly stepping it up with this surprising, and relevant, guest star. And, while there are of course thousands of reasons to disagree with Coulter and her uber conservative politics, it is incredibly refreshing to see someone in her position, and of such noted stature for her far right opinions, willing to reaffirm her GLB (T might be going out on a limb) support.
Looks like the New York boys better bring it next season with some A-list cameos before they get Zarined and McCorded.
Catch it all, and much, much more when the boys of Dallas have their debut on October 10 at 11/10 pm Central on Logo. They say everything is bigger in Dallas…