ABOVE: How pretty does it get?
YOUTUBE: Debbie Harry opens up for Graham Norton.
NYT: It's a little rich reading about Patti LuPone complaining about bullying, she's been so tart-tongued with others. But a fascinating interview nonetheless, and she admits "Don't Cry for Me, Argentina" from Evita makes no narrative sense. Harsh words for Andrew Lloyd Webber, too.
TAMPA BAY TIMES: Imagine meeting Olivia Newton-John and John Travolta at a Grease sing-along.
TOWLEROAD: Miley Cyrus made a pretty stupid, extended joke about how she not longer "has to" be gay because not "all guys are evil," now that she's found her longtime friend Cody Simpson's dick. People are mad. She later asserted she is a part of the LGBTQ community and was just joshing around.
XHAMSTER: October 21 marks, for some, the 50th anniversary of the birth of the modern porn industry, because it's when Sex 69, a pioneering sex-industry show, was launched in Denmark. (Today is also Madonna's Sex book's 27th birthday.)
TMZ: Yikes! Very ugly lawsuit brought against Rosario Dawson and her family by a man who claims they beat him and mistreated him because he is trans. This won't mesh well with her boyfriend Cory Booker's staunch LGBTQ activism.