When Cher tweeted, a few years ago, that she'd love to do a Broadway musical based on her life, it turns out someone listened.
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Hillary Clinton just did some math for Bernie Sanders supporters who heckled her during a speech http://bloom.bg/1RPX86uPosted by Bloomberg Television on Thursday, March 31, 2016
There's no place for this B.S. Support your person, don't go heckle the other person running for the Democratic nomination. It's desperate.
Except it's not, because most Sanders supporters, buoyed by the placement of the last several, favorable contests, think that means he has overwhelming momentum and will win.
So if it's not desperation, and if they're convinced Bernie will win—are they just being disruptive to illustrate their lack of character? What's the point?
Oh, well. At least we've got Cher:
Cher and Cher alike. (Video still via Logo)
YES HOMO: Gay Skit Happens is coming to Logo February 8.
Adult virgin Tim Tebow lip syncs “Eye of the Tiger” in a wifebeater.
L.A. getting massive, simultaneous Robert Mapplethorpe exhibits.
Why must sex lubes be tested on helpless animals? Get a sub to do it.
Piers Morgan officially detests older women with breasts.
Mary Fiumara, Prince spaghetti mama, dies @ 88.
It's Prince spaghetti day! (Image via YouTube)
Video still via Oprah.com
People Magazine has an exclusive on Chaz Bono's Oprah: Where Are They Now? sit-down with Winfrey, in which he discusses why he never could've lost the weight he needed to lose without transitioning first:
I would have never been able to do it before [transitioning]. I was too disconnected from my body, and the dysphoria that I had with my body was too much to be able to have cared enough to anything like that.
He also tells Oprah that looking at old pictures of himself from before his transition is painful, and can be a reminder of bad times, rather than a nostalgic walk down memory lane.
Oprah: Where Are They Now? airs Saturdays (10 p.m. ET) on OWN.
... and so am I!
Cher turns her nose up at Trump and praises Hillary's toughness in a new Billboard interview, in which she also talks about her recent gift of bottled water to the residents of beleaguered Flint, Michigan.
I don't like anything about Donald Trump. It's a joke at a time when you really need serious people. I don't think he wants the job, or I don't think he actually wants to do the work. I think he wants the job because it's the ultimate deal, and he's the ultimate ego. I don't know that I've heard or seen anybody like him, and I also never thought that Americans would go for someone like him, a person of his quality.
Madonna and Sean Penn (who may or may not be this year's Liz Taylor & Richard Burton.) with Mercy and David. pic.twitter.com/Yq9Ao0Zkko— Jacob Bernstein (@BernsteinJacob) January 10, 2016
Madonna is NOT dating Sean Penn.
Obergefell and BF of slain San Bernardino man Obama's SOTU guests.
White House won't endorse Hillary or Bernie pre-primaries.
Trump boldly calls NFL—and the U.S.—“soft.”
In bed with a hot scruffster.
With thanks to Scott: Gaga channeled Breathless—sort of—at the Globes.
Big changes for Titus Burgess on 'Kimmy Schmidt.
This kid likes Star Wars too much.
The famous naked dudes of 2015.
Sweetest purple kitty ever.
H/T Queerty: The Wizard of Oz, with all is dialogue alphabetized. Insane!
With her hysterical YouTube videos and this ever-evolving (some might say she re-invents herself) one-woman show, Ginsburg skewers Madonna and our perceptions of her, both positive and negative, fearlessly. Sometimes it's so funny it hurts, but it's always funny because she's a true student of Madonna, not a lazy hater. The foibles she holds up for mockery apply not only to Madonna, but to our culture, and to us all.
Well, maybe the joke about banging Rocco's friends is a little ... specific.
Along with Madonna, Ginsburg nails Cher (perhaps even more perfectly???) and Winona Ryder, plus tries out a character best described as someone an Amy Sedaris creation would find weird.
The show's highlights would have to be her pitch-perfect recitations of Cher's otherworldly tweets and the finale, an extended peek at Madonna's creative proh-cess while in the recording studio.
Ginsburg ended her well-received show (which was packed with many of the same faces I've been seeing at this week's Rebel Heart Tour shows) with a short speech about how Madonna can't win, and how her fun-poking is not meant to draw blood.
Catch her anytime you can—her sugar is raw.
P.S. The performance was given an unfunnily great rendition of Madonna's “Devil Pray” by recording artist Coby Koehl (pictured at left).
Bitch could sing.
Keep reading for some shots from after the show ...