In the spot, Cher duets with Future on the song “Everyday People,” the 1968 hit by Sly and the Family Stone.
Keep reading to see that and for more of the day's hottest links, including trans ban news, a naked actor and Amber Tamblyn's continuing assault on James Woods ...
Towleroad: Cher and Future croon together.
Kenneth in the (212): Turns out Secretary of Defense Jim Mattis is apparently just studying how to implement the B.S. trans ban, not looking for ways around it — but Congress could head it off at the pass.
OMG Blog (Work Unfriendly): You will not need to click to enlarge Callum Dunphy's full-frontal GIFs.
DListed: Amber Tamblyn doubles down on the story that James Woods, who thinks a 24-year-old guy with a 17-year-old guy is a pedophile, tried to pick her and a friend up when she was 16. And it's delish. Plus: One of the most talked about scenes in Call Me by Your Name, the movie that attracted Woods's disdain.
WJBD: SlotCo! If you do that “shine your heavenly body tonight” dance move from her “Lucky Star” music video, I hear it brings good luck — Madonna-themed slots are coming!
Facebook: Nicholas County Democratic Organization: A full-time sheriff deputy and part-time bus driver tells busful of students “faggots will burn in hell.” See you there, hayseed.