Briefs: Oscar Snubs “Bridegroom,” Johnny Weir Stirs The Pot Again, and Kirstie Alley On Sharing A Bed With BFF Jonathan Knight

Birthday shoutouts go to Brendan Fraser (above), who is 45, Darryl Hannah is 53, Julianne Moore is 53, and Ozzy Osbourne is 65. Here’s his greatest song. Is that Julie? No way.

Johnny Weir Says Gay Protestors Are “Idiots.” “Referring to the new anti-gay law in Russia, which forbids virtually all public mention of homosexuality as a threat to children, the athlete flippantly characterized it as ’no anal sex in front of libraries.'”

Johnny tries to explain.

The list of 15 documentary films that have advanced in the Oscar race has been released, and sadly, Bridegroom is not included. On the plus side, God Loves Uganda has a shot to make it to the final five.

Tom Daley and Maria Bello: Coming Out as None of the Above

Elton John’s gay solidarity has Moscow concert in doubt

Here’s Thomas Roberts talking with Andre Banks and Hudson Taylor about Principle 6, which is an effort to raise LGBT awareness in Russia during the Sochi Olympics.

Below you can see the latest episode of Gaywatch, with Jon Stewart presenting an updated version of A Charlie Brown Christmas

Here’s the latest Youtube Comment Reconstruction. “Like a trooper.”

Kirstie Alley was co-host of The View yesterday, and talked about her relationship with BFF Jonathan Knight. Barbara was hopelessly confused, but Whoopi explained the situation.

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 … Tom Daley. After winning the World Championships, Tom competed in the Commonwealth Games in 2010, and once again, it came down to him and Matthew Mitcham … with the same result.

And now we have the TOP 50 SCI-FI/FANTASY FILMS OF THE 80’S! This was originally going to be a Top 25 sci-film list, followed by a Top 25 fantasy film list, but there was so much overlap (and it’s difficult to differentiate between the two with some films), that I decided to combine both lists. At #37 is … Conan The Destroyer

1982’s Conan The Barbarian was a dull, joyless slog with two highlights: The presence of Sandahl Bergman, and James Earl Jones turning into a snake. The 1984 sequel was a lot more fun, thanks to Grace Jones, Sarah Douglas and the climactic battle with a horned monster.

Congrats to roman , who was the first to correctly guess that yesterday’s Pixuzzle™ © ® was Fairly Odd Parents.

Here’s today’s Pixuzzle™ © ®. Here are characters from a famous TV show. Can you name it?


Oscar Potter

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