Of the state of its characters in the September 28-launching comeback, Eric McCormack reveals, “Will is still a lawyer. Still gay. Still living in his apartment … Grace has become very successful as an interior designer … For reasons that will eventually be revealed, we move back in with each other.” Keep reading for more on this and other hot links of the day ...
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Vulture: Is the Babadook really gay?!
Huff Post: Putin makes grotesquely juvenile comments about not wanting to provoke gay men by showering near us. You're safe, butterface.
Fox 46 Charlotte: Gay Trump supporters nixed from Charlotte Pride Parade.
YouTube @GLAAD: Debra Messing & Sean Hayes dip into intersectionality in LGBTQ Pride videos. Fun fact: Sean shaves his body bald.
Crime Watch Daily: Jersey City police brutally kick innocent bystander engulfed in flames following high-speed chase. Union prez excuses it!
THR: The Mummy star Sofia Boutella's Madonna & Rihanna connection.
Billboard cleverly asked dozens of pop luminaries to write love letters to the LGBTQ community for Pride Month, and the results are engrossing, to say the least.
Britney Spears responded with a handwritten note — millennials, she knows cursive — in which she states:
This is my letter of love to all my LGBTQ fans. Continuously throughout my career, you've always been so vocal about what a positive impact I've had on you — that I've instilled joy, hope and love in you at times when there was none. That my music is an inspiration. That my story gives you hope. But I have a secret to share w/you. You see, it's actually you that lifts me up. The unwavering loyalty. The lack of judgment. The unapologetic truth. Acceptance! Your stories are what inspire me, bring me joy, & make me and my sons strive to [be] better people. I love you. Britney
Check Billboard for letters from lots of other gay-household and just plain household names.
Sean Hayes, plugging his CNN docuseries The History of Comedy, spoke to Extra about the highly anticipated new Will & Grace episodes.
Hayes said none of the cast ever imagined Will & Grace would return:
We all ended it so lovely and it meant everything to us to end on a high note like that.
Still, he feels:
It just seems to be the right time to bring something like this back... Something in the universe makes it feel right, like it's time for it to come back.
Maybe they'll name-check the next Democratic POTUS, as they did with a very early Barack Obama reference back in the gay? Day.