Jennifer Saunders confirms a 2015 Ab Fab movie...with Chris Colfer. #sogay #sothere
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Apparently, Glee isn't out of Madonna songs to cover after all...now it's "Into the Groove," by Chris Colfer (with an assist by Demi Lovato and Adam Lambert).
New trailer for Chris Colfer's Struck By Lightning.
Al Gore on Sandy: "Toldja!"
President Obama: "Streamlined"assistance to Sandy victims.
Mitt Romney not a fan of flood prep.
Romney surrogate lies: Roe v. Wade would be safe under Romney.
Bill Clinton gives out lesbian Tammy Baldwin an assist in her Senate race.
Polling may be affected by Sandy; just vote in a week.
Clueless Stacey Dash still LOVES Romney/Ryan.
Britney Spears fans—sticklers for keepin' it real—hated Lucky's fakey cover.
Damiana & Barbara are a fright.
Anderson Cooper's daytime talk show canceled.
Madonna teases on Gaga.
Jeff Stryker's penis does Vaudeville (Work Unfriendly) in Florida.
Entertainment Weekly (June 29, 2012) has an interesting feature on the "new art of coming out" in Hollywood. In a nutshell, the magazine points out that many of the celebrities who've made if official in the years since Ellen's "Yep, I'm gay" splash have done so in low-key ways or as an afterthought. This removes the defensive argument many people make about gay public figures not having to march in pride parades—that was never the point. The point was making it official, and more and more are doing so.
Sidenote: Above is the newsstand cover, but the subscription cover needs space for a mailing address so loses two faces. The two who were considered expendable: Jane Lynch and Jesse Tyler Ferguson.
With the arrival of The Land of Stories: The Wishing Spell (Little, Brown; July, $16.99), Chris Colfer will be not only a TV actor, not only a movie actor and writer (Struck by Lightning) but an author. Kid never sleeps!
Elton John's Oscar party was dripping with gay men and/or men that gay men find attractive. Above, that's Matt Morrison, Chace Crawford, JC Chasez and Colton Haynes (the latter of whom tweeted the pic). Don't know the cutie in the middle or the lovely lady.
The party also attracted Neil Patrick Harris and David Burtka, Ryan Kwanten, Ian Somerhalder and Chris Colfer.
Via Towleroad: Good for Chris Colfer—the movie he wrote, Struck By Lightning, looks like it could be a fresh take on the teen genre a la Mean Girls. I look forward to seeing and supporting it. Trailer after the jump...