I guess Reichen Lehmkuhl's description of how he lost his wallet is somewhat less embarrassing than posting that a trick robbed him.
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On today's episode of the daytime talk show bethenny (full disclosure: I'm the Web guy there), Lance Bass recalls how one of his relationships ended when he found incriminating Facebook mesages from two other men who were dating his then live-in partner:
“If you're gonna leave your Facebook page open for me to read, I'm gonna read it. And it broke up a relationship because I read some of those e-mails, too. I read an email...he was dating two other people as we were living together, and if it wasn't for me reading that Facebook page that was open, I would've never've known...Sometimes they want to be caught.”
Wondering which of Lance's high-profile boyfriends was the three-timer...? (But I have a guess.)
Later on the same episode, Lance says opening a relationship is a mistake.
Images courtesy of Daniel Lam/GMCLA
The Gay Men's Chorus of Los Angeles threw its 3rd Annual Voice Awards, presented by First Investors. The awards are for individuals and orgs who have used their voices to affect social change.
Some of the stars who turned up—as seen, in order, in the gallery above—included: Lance Bass & Pauley Perrette, Super Bowl champ Brendon Ayanbadejo, Olympic diving legend Greg Louganis, singing star Melissa Etheridge, Days of Our Lives star Guy Wilson, Felicity Huffman & William H. Macy and Bridegroom's Shane Bitney Crone.
New villain coming to final season of True Blood.
Douchebag Gov. Snyder won't recognize 300+ marriages.
GLAAD urges "decriminalizing" HIV.
Ex gay-porn actor "Snow Bunni" speaks from hospital bed.
A-list gay hookers tell all most.
Ever gotten a text from a str8 dude like this???
Vintage '40s college-boy selfie.
Duck Dynasty cavemen just as anti-gay as ever.
Obamacare sign-up deadline looms.
For Tom Daley, wardrobe malfunctions aren't.
98 Degrees stud's reality-show strippers.
North Korean men's hairlines apply for political asylum.
Joan Rivers apparently thinks Lena Dunham is diabetes-fat.
Cute singer Jason Dottley does Lance Bass.
Premiere league soccer star Thomas Hitzlberger comes out.
True Blood cast member goes naked.
Jason Biggs is the anti-Juan Pablo.
NYC is now officially dead.
Lance Bass & his hot fiancé saved a dog last week.
No Pants Subway Ride '14 is upon us.
Looking's Russell Tovey messaged Tom Daley support when he came out.
Every successfully funded Kickstarter project ever.
Real-life "Ken" and "Barbie" kinda hate each other.
Michelangelo Signorile is right: It's not "outing," it's "reporting."
Universal Studios Hollywood has a shockingly anti-gay segment in its Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure attraction, wherein "Superman" minces like a '30s pansy, leading to another character referring to him as "Lance Bass."
It doesn't get more blatantly homophobic than that, but I'm sure plenty of gay people will defend it and say it's just a joke. Yes, jokes can be homophobic, too.
But Quinn is not about to let her core drift. She'll appear today at 11:30 on 35th Street and Fifth Avenue alongside victorious DOMA warrior Edie Windsor and Robbie Kaplan, unveiling a list of over 1,700 LGBT people who are backing her up. Let's call them her Quinnions. The list includes: Neil Patrick Harris, Cheyenne Jackson, Lance Bass, George Takei, Harvey Fierstein, Urvashi Vaid and Melissa Sklarz.
When Quinn marches in today's NYC Gay Pride Parade, she'll be doing it with 500 backers, not the least of which are AFER's Rob and Michelle Reiner, Bruce Cohen and Tim Gunn.
I guess she's saying that poll-surging Anthony Weiner can suck it when it comes to gay support.