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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RuPaul is the covergirl of Entertainment Weekly's June 23, 2017, LGBTQ Issue.
Of the dark period where Ru spent eight years out of character, he says:
I thought, “Could it be that this is not meant for me?” It was this horrible existence. One day, my friend Larry Tee called me and said, “Ru, what the f—k are you doing? You are a star. Get your ass back to New York and get your s—t together.” And I did… “I’m going to go back to New York and give those bitches exactly what they want from me.”
The issue also has a reunion of The L Word and talks with Will & Grace creator Max Mutchnick about the show's upcoming revival.
Check it out here.
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Debra Messing tells it like it is in her GLAAD acceptance speech — positive gay images in the media do matter, and do change the landscape.
Mixing seriousness with silliness, she said the return of Will & Grace is because:
I mean, someone's gotta take down Mother Pence. Talk about a low-hanging fruit!
She said of Trump:
Right now, there is a very bad and very orange man in our White House ... at least a few days a month.
In a direct appeal to Ivanka Trump, she said:
Ivanka, girlfriend, whaddaya doin'? C'mon, it's me, Deb — one Jewish mother to another. It is not enough to simply say that women's issues are important to you. It's time to do something. Ivanka, you can change the lives of millions of women and children just by telling your dad stories about real people who are suffering. Don't let him separate immigrant mothers from their American-born children, don't let him take health care away from women who need it, don't allow him make trans kids like Gavin [Grimm] fight in court for their basic human dignity. Ivanka, please, please stop blindly defending your father and start defending what you say you believe in. You can't just write #womenwhowork and think you're advancing feminism. You need to be a woman who does good work — #saywhatyoumeanandmeanwhatyousay. Ivanka, we know you love the guy who does your hair color. It's good, by the way. So do right by your colorist. And by all of us. Imagine how you'll feel sitting at Passover seder if you can tell your children that you fought for justice and freedom. It will make you feel richer than owning all the skyscrapers and golf courses in the world. The country wants to support you. And as a bonus, if you get Steve Bannon out of your dad's office, I bet we'll put you back in Nordstrom's!
Keep reading to watch the whole speech ...