4 posts categorized "JOSH HUTCHERSON"
A little TLC from Bette Midler.
Anderson Cooper shuts down a selfie-seeker.
Mariah Carey shrieks out her high notes to prove she can still sing.
STILL A DOUCHE: Johnny Weir on gay activism vs. gay passivism.
Rosanne Cash is no Johnny Weir.
WORTH A SHOT: Pasta al diavolo.
Aretha Franklin is not up for interview foolishness.
Rose McGowan reminsces about her brutal murder.
HTGAWM's hot Jack Falahee's been getting away with it allll hisss liiife.
MOTHERS OF RE-INVENTION: 6 Madonna impersonators take on all her hits.
MO cop shoots, kills unarmed black teen.
Kurds battling back vs. ISIS.
McCain thinks the Iraq War wasn't long enough.
Sen. Graham (R-SC): “American city in flames!!!” if no war.
Hillary distinguishes herself from Obama, pans his foreign policy.
Soap actor Charles Keating dies @ 72.
Cooper Helfet (pictured) is hella hot!
Beyoncé is not the queen of subtlety.
A collection of thousands of instant boners.
Amanda Bynes sneaks back onto Instagram.
Live Lion King show on the NYC subway.
Ron Paul is an MH17 truther. Of course.
Josh Hutcherson launches LGBTQ project.
The real Aunt Jemima's grandson sues for $2 billion. Lawdy!
Last Saturday, I had a lot of fun covering the red carpet of the 23rd GLAAD Media Awards. Didn't I just do that? Yes, but that was the New York edition; as I was in L.A., I covered the West Coast gathering. See, GLAAD ain't dumb—they have two to make it so no celebrity can say, "Oh, I'm on the wrong coast! I can't go!"
I hired my sweet pal Brad as my videographer and met him at the Westin Bonaventure just in time to check in and take our places. I kind of hate how the carpet was set up—the guests were allowed to congregate behind us to stargaze, which was distracting. But it was nothing compared to the women two spots down from me whose entire goal was to flash a huge "FREE GAY HUGS!" sign and video themselves receiving said hugs from roughly two-thirds of the celebrities who walked. (And I thought I was lame with my aggressive pic-with requests!) They were so damn loud! Luckily, they didn't ruin any of my interviews, but only by sheer luck.
Brad's mic needed batteries (he's blond; sorry, Brad) so I wound up videoing my own first chat, with Jennifer Tyrrell. She's the lesbian mom recently booted as a den mother by the virulently homophobic Boy Scouts of America. Smart woman and immediately likable. Unreal that they're getting away with that crap. I was a cub scout (I bailed on Webelos mainly because...what the fuck is a Webelo???) and fondly remember my Pinewood Derby racing days as well as the hillbilly band we assembled for a talent night. Not to mention the father/son cook-off, in which my father and I had a well-appreciated coconut cream pie. But still, fuck the Scouts.
My first stars were Angela Featherstone (STUH-nning, but my campadre confessed she had been an ice queen on a recent shoot) and Michelle Paradise of Exes & Ohs. No Megan Cavanagh, but they were delightful.
Next, I snagged Grant Gustin of Glee. I don't really follow the show, but no one that cute is getting past me without a third degree. He's adorable and quite articulate, even if he refers to gay people as "homosexuals," which totally didn't offend me because he was totally doing it to sound smart, not homophobic. I had a homosexual crush on various parts of him.
Max Adler from the same show was equally adorable and charming. He's passionate about his role, even though it came as a total shocker that his bullying character would be written as a late-blooming man-lover.