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BELOW: Gus or Dick?, Tulsi's anti-gay past, Logan Paul's poor choice of words and more ...
Samantha Lauzon is right — these two are twins! (Image via Twitter)
GAY FLESHBOT (WORK UNFRIENDLY): Who'd ya rather — Gus Kenworthy or Richard Madden? And would you know it if your #1 pick was switched out at the last second?!
CNN: Politicians evolve, but Tulsi Gabbard had this to say in 2000, in defense of her virulently anti-gay politico parents:
This war of deception and hatred against my mom is being waged by homosexual activists because they know, that if elected, she will not allow them to force their values down the throats of the children in our schools.
She apologized for her anti-gay past — in 2012. I don't trust her.
YOUTUBE: Booty workout.
very poor choice of words... my fault. let’s get together and talk about it on my podcast next week? https://t.co/Ki8RKgMJOO— Logan Paul (@LoganPaul) January 12, 2019
TWITTER: Logan Paul admits his go-gay challenge was a “very poor choice of words.”
WAPO: Trans woman Jennifer N. Pritzker who is a longtime GOP donor asks:
When the GOP asks me to deliver six- or seven-figure contributions for the 2020 elections, my first response will be: Why should I contribute to my own destruction?
That's what she should have been saying all along, and it's also what gay GOPers should be saying. But you know what the difference is between a Democrat and a Republican? Republicans think twice only when it's their own destruction at issue; anyone else's is A-okay.
TWITTER: Timothée Chalamet at the Critics Choice Awards, grrr:
First photo of Timothée on the red carpet at the Critics Choice awards tonight! (📷 Matt Baron/Shutterstock) pic.twitter.com/D6qLz0lUm1— Timothée Chalamet Fans (@TimotheeUpdates) January 13, 2019
Also fun from the show, Eugene Levy and Catherine O'Hara making their debut as award-show presenters:
#SchittsCreek stars Eugene Levy and Catherine O'Hara make their case for best presenters while handing out the award for best actor in a limited series #CriticsChoice pic.twitter.com/UDQSCYcJ6N— Variety (@Variety) January 14, 2019