ABOVE: ... and I'll be your server today.
KENNETH IN THE (212): Great pair. Times two.
GLAAD.ORG: GLAAD will host Together in Pride: You Are Not Alone, a star-soaked livestream event highlighting the LGBTQ response to COVID-19, on Sunday, April 26, at 8 p.m. ET. You can view it by following GLAAD on Twitter and/or Facebook — links will be coming.
There will be perfs by Kesha and Melissa Etheridge, and guests will include Billy Eichner, Matt Bomer, Lilly Singh, Adam Lambert, Bebe Rexha, Dan Levy, Mj Rodriguez, Wilson Cruz, Kathy Griffin, Gigi Gorgeous, Nats Getty, Michelle Visage, Javier Muñoz, Sean Hayes, Sharon Stone, Tatiana Maslany and more.
OMG.BLOG! (WORK UNFRIENDLY): Edward Dalmas goes full-frontal in Altered Carbon, eliciting cries of “daddy!” from all quarters.
GAY FLESHBOT (WORK UNFRIENDLY): If it's the cakes you crave, Brews Brothers star Zach Reino offers hairy ones.
SOCIALITE LIFE: In bed with Liam Hemsworth.
USA TODAY: Sen. John Kennedy (R-Louisiana) — NO RELATION, AT ALL! — says we need to simply re-open for business and let the virus be the virus. Okay!
HUFF POST: Raging quack Dr. Oz is keen on opening schools ASAP, because:
I tell ya, schools are a very appetizing opportunity ... The opening of schools may only cost us 2-3 percent, in terms of total mortality ... Any life is a life lost, but to get every child back into a school where they're safely being educated, being fed, and making the most out of their lives with a theoretical risk on the backside might be a trade-off some folks would consider.
GOP death cult. (He's a right-winger, obvi.)
TRUE CRIME DAILY: Responding to a tip, New Jersey cops found 17 corpses stacked up in a nursing home morgue Monday. The morgue was designed to hold 4 bodies. The home — one of the state's largest — has been overwhelmed by COVID-19.
VARIETY: The Great New York Foodathon sounds like the past 30 days in my life, but it's a charity event airing in NYC.
DLISTED: Tom Hardy is hot and young, but yeah, let's hire him to play Al Capone and just make him up until it works.
GR8ERDAYS: Stage and screen actor Brian Dennehy, whose career spanned over 40 years and netted him a Golden Globe, two Tonys and six Emmy nominations, died Wednesday at his home in Connecticut at 81.