Birthday shoutouts! Christopher Lambert (above) is 59, Amy Sedaris is 55, Megan Hilty is 35, and Lucy Lawless is 48.
Steve Grand and Eli Lieb team up for emotional ballad “Look Away.”
Wentworth Miller shuts down body-shamers with powerful message on mental health.
Louisiana governor gets the message, plans to rescind “religious liberty” order.
Oscar winner, LGBT ally Patty Duke dies at age 69. This is crushing.
IN OTHER NEWS
Colton Haynes and Emily Bett Rickards dance to Taylor Swift because why not? Actually, this is how I always pictured what Roy and Felicity would do while waiting for Oliver to finish on the salmon ladder.
Bernie Sanders supporter Susan Sarandon appeared on All In With Hot Little Nerd last night, and ended up confessing that if it came to voting for Hillary or Donald, “I don’t know what I’ll do. I’m going to see what happens,” because Donald might bring “the revolution” or something, and that might be a good thing. Oh dear.
Dan Savage appeared after Susan, and before he discussed the NC debacle, he had a choice rebuttal for Susan.
“Can I just say I’m for Bernie, or Hillary, or both. Come November I plan to vote for the Democratic nominee whoever it is, because the lesser of two evils is less evil, and I don’t think Donald will bring the revolution.”
Here’s Alex Newell’s empowering “Basically Over You (B.O.Y.),” with a special appearance by Nyle DiMarco.
The Supergirl/Flash crossover last night was a lot of fun, highlighted with this perfect moment.
The last word on the subject.
Justin Bieber Instagrammed a nude pic on Easter Sunday. His eggs were
hidden, but he was definitely serving two hams.
— Bette Midler (@BetteMidler) March 28, 2016
Here’s the Puzzler! “Natural Tan”
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 and bisexual celebs who deserve more recognition.
This week our 159th ShoutOUT™ is to … John Early
While building a reputation as one of the hottest gay stand-ups, John branched out, making his TV debut as Jane Krakowski’s son Jerome on 30 Rock, and his film debut in the indie hit Fort Tilden.
Most Briefs lists involve the “best” or “greatest” of something, so for a change let’s switch it up, as Evil Snicks brings you The 40 Worst Music Videos Of All Time.
You’ll see debacles from major musical artists, as well as a few Youtube “stars.” Sure, it’s really easy to pick on desperate wannabes. It’s fun, too. But it proves that terrible can run the gamut from multi-million dollar productions to, well, a certain video named after a day of the week. You know the one.
At #39 is “Stand Back (Scarlett version)” by Stevie Nicks.
Stevie has many accomplishments, but music videos have never really been her forte. They usually are straight performance clips, or they look like outtakes from “Gypsy.” In 1983 she went all out with a high concept high budget civil war clip for “Stand Back,” and the result was a catastrophe. Stevie looked extremely uncomfortable (because she was), and the entire clip was clunky and awkward. And she never got to twirl.
Let Stevie herself explain why she hated it, and scrapped the entire thing. Turns out that look of abject terror on her face as she was riding the horse was not acting.
Congrats to rob, who guessed that yesterday’s Pixuzzle™ © ® was Daria.
And today’s Briefs are brought to you by … Gabor from DNA Magazine