Birthday shoutouts go to Norman Reedus (above), who is 46, Kate Mckinnon is 31, Eddie Redmayne is 33, Danny Pintauro is 39, and Rowan Atkinson is 60.
TV Line has a clip from Friday’s Season Premiere of Glee, with the original class returning to say hi.
Chef Art Smith to Throw 101 Gay Weddings at James Royal Palm Hotel
Harvey Fierstein On His Career, Drag Culture And His Beef With Johnny Weir
Noel Fisher previews Season Five of Shameless (h/t Persa Verance)
Must … have … now. (h/t Carlos)
— TeeFury (@teefury) January 6, 2015
Queer As Folk Reunion Set At ATX TV Fest this June. “Creators Ron Cowen and Daniel Lipman will be in attendance, along with cast members Gale Harold, Peter Paige, Robert Gant, Scott Lowell, Michelle Clunie, and Thea Gill.”
Speaking of Michele, congrats to her and Bryan Singer!
Michelle Clunie and I would like to welcome our beautiful son Dashiell Julius William Clunie~Singer into the world :) pic.twitter.com/zdPOX0S9Y7
— Bryan Singer (@BryanSinger) January 6, 2015
Congratulations to Stephen Fry and fiance Elliot Spencer
Oh. It looks as though a certain cat is out of a certain bag. I’m very very happy of course but had hoped for a private wedding. Fat chance!
— Stephen Fry (@stephenfry) January 6, 2015
Here’s the trailer for We’ll Never Have Paris, with Zachary Quinto playing the wise best friend to hapless Simon Helberg, with a special appearance by Judith Light
And here’s The Weekly ShoutOUT™. Each week we’re going to focus on one out athlete/performer and feature a daily pic and career timeline. We’ll be showcasing the big names, but also the lesser-known gay celebs who deserve more recognition. This week we give a ShoutOUT™ to … Tiziano Ferro.
Tiziano had his first English language hit with “Universal Prayer,” a duet with Jamelia, written for the 2004 Athens Olympic games. It hit #1 in Italy, Spain, and Greece.
We covered the 90’s once before, so let’s try it again … with the 100 Greatest Top Ten Hits By 90’s Female Artists. There are only two rules: They all hit the Billboard Pop Top Ten, and they’re all from solo female artists or groups with female lead vocalists. Sure, you’ll hear the expected “Justify My Love” and “My Heart Will Go On,” but you’ll also hear songs I’m sure you haven’t thought of since the 90’s.
And now the top 40! At #31 is “Baby One More Time” by Britney Spears. And so it began. Ushering in a new era of Pop Tarts. Britney took MTV and pop culture by storm with her first hit, which spent two weeks at #1 in early 1999.
Congrats to lazycrockett, who guessed that yesterday’s Pixuzzle™ © ® was Total Eclipse Of The Heart
Here’s today’s Pixuzzle™ © ®. Here is a scene from a FAMOUS MUSIC VIDEO. Can you name it?
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