Wallace, who was a breast cancer survivor for 28 years, has died at age 70, according to the showrunner of The Simpsons. “I was tremendously saddened to learn this morning of the passing of the brilliant and gracious Marcia Wallace,” producer Al Jean said in a statement to EW. “She was beloved by all at The Simpsons and we intend to retire her irreplaceable character.
Chris Colfer takes the EW Pop Culture Personality Test and answers such questions as “Geekiest Possession,” and “The R Rated Movie You Saw Too Young”
Alex Newell on playing Unique.
Via NewNowNext comes Shangela, Willam, Manila Luzon, Alyssa Edwards, and Chad Michaels behind-the-scenes at Cher‘s upcoming music video for “Woman’s World.”
Russian TV Presenter Comes Out on Air, Gets Fired. Below you can see a terrible interview with him.
For more Russia madness, here’s Alexy Sorkin, the Russia World Cup Chief, defending the ant-gay law: “Would you like a World Cup where naked people are running around displaying their homosexuality? The answer to that is quite obvious.
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“Bear Nation turns out big numbers for the Huney Convention..”
Thanks to Shocker for this week’s winning caption!
Zac Posen and Zachary Quinto at the afterparty for Lovelace
Weekend Birthdays! Sam Wothington is 37, Kevin Smith is 43, Martha Stewart is 72, and President Obama is 52.
Ellen will host next year’s Academy Awards. She previously hosted back in 2007. I’m fine with this choice. I thought she did a great job last time.
All the Dresses Celine Wears in Her Vegas Show.
“I’m a well known American film actor and I’m a closeted homosexual.”
But Raven has come out. Congrats!
I can finally get married! Yay government! So proud of you
— Raven-Symonè (@MissRavenSymone) August 2, 2013
Cheyenne Jackson appeared on The Frank DeCaro Show today,
"Yeah, it's a sad thing anytime a relationship ends," said Jackson, who had been with Lapka for almost 13 years and married for two. "It was mutual, amicable, he's a wonderful man."
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Jackson admitted that while the breakup hurts, what is more painful for him are the "horrible blogs" that have speculated on his subsequent change in appearance.
The 38-year-old actor cleared the air, saying, "I do have a mustache, but it's for the new Ira Sachs movie [Love is Strange] with Alfred Molina and Marissa Tomei and John Lithgow, so that's what that's for. I do have a new tattoo, and it's personal. I'm happy to tell [the story behind it] now because it's out there, but you know, it's for my dad."
The new ink displays song lyrics from an Elvis
In what has to be the funniest news to come out of Vatican City in a while, the Vatican bought a share in a giant Roman apartment block that just happens to house the largest gay men's sauna in Europe. The priests will have a short commute.
Third place The X Factor finalist Christopher Maloney has come out as gay. ”Do you know what, I’m going to admit it – yeah. Honestly, I’ve never denied it or anything like that. It’s just that with the show it was always an inappropriate time or people just asked inappropriate questions.
We had a special guest with us this week, and it made for a lot of fun actually. Frank DeCaro, who conveniently had not seen Skyfall (but backed up our previous rating of Wreck-It Ralph), joined us to talk about his new book, The Dead Celebrity Cookbook Presents Christmas in Tinseltown: Celebrity Recipes and Hollywood Memories from Six Feet Under the Mistletoe, which is really one hell of a title. From the Star Wars Holiday Special to It’s a Wonderful Life, the book includes recipes and, as Frank puts it, love letters to the celebrities who put them forward.
Movie critic for The Daily Show with Jon Stewart for about seven years, host of his own Sirius/Xm show, and author
In any case, we were blown away by Wreck-It Ralph, a film that we both thought was going to be a whipped-together bit of fluff, and largely an excuse to throw out video game cameos. We still aren’t sure which way the money is flowing there, or how those contracts work exactly, but the trailers would lead you to believe that Q-bert had a major role in the film.
We got about halfway through this one and finally had to stop and blink at each other. What was going on here?
A fascinatingly clever movie with a great script and a lot of fun,
In his book, "The Dead Celebrity Cookbook," author Frank DeCaro shares Jackson's recipe for a novel spin on sweet potatoes at the holiday meal. Instead of a side dish, the potatoes become a pie -- replacing (or maybe complementing) that Turkey Day go-to, pumpkin pie. We're not entirely convinced that Jacko ever went within 4 feet of an oven, but hey, maybe he supervised.
We're thinking it's totally doable in an hour. Even make it the day before and just re-heat while you're eating (and talking) turkey.
And, no, it doesn't involve medical grade anesthetic, so if that's the kind of recipe you're looking for, look elsewhere.
Michael Jackson's Sweet Potato Pie
1/2 cup sugar
1/4 cup butter, melted
RuPaul's Drag Race Season Two winner Tyra Sanchez (James Ross) was arrested after a police officer allegedly found "loose green leafy material consistent with marijuana" inside the vehicle he was riding in. Seriously? Below you can see etiquette expert Steven Petrow answer the question, "Is it okay to lie when online dating?"
In what is shaping up to be the beefcakiest movie ever made,
Charo spoke about Gaga on Frank DeCaro’s OutQ radio show on Sirius Xm and revealed her real feelings, states NY Daily News. “I can tell you, to me, Lady Gaga is Madonna with diarrhea,” Charo admitted.
She also revealed that she doesn’t like Gaga because she feels “Born This Way” is copied from Madonna’s “Express Yourself,” but Gaga has tried to make it seem like her own idea.
Do you agree with Charo?
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When asked to comment on Ramin Setoodeh's recent article about how openly gay actors can't convincingly play heterosexual roles, Cheyenne Jackson and Michael Urie straight-out called the Newsweek entertainment writer an ''asshole'' who's ''unconscionable.'' The two out actors were speaking at a talkback after Monday's performance of The Temperamentals, Jon Marans' acclaimed Off-Broadway play about early gay rights activists in the 1950s.
After moderator Frank DeCaro asked Jackson what he thought of Setoodeh's piece, the Broadway star of Finian's Rainbow and TV guest star of 30 Rock said:
It was infuriating on so many levels. Not only does [Setoodeh] say that a gay man can't play straight, he got personal, picking on Sean Hayes in Promises, Promises, [pointing out] certain scenes where he thinks [Sean] is stiff and uncomfortable. And then he picks on Jonathan Groff, who just came out. He's a young teen heartthrob [in Glee]. He's so talented and
We can't decide which one is our favorite Betty Line -- "Can you believe that back-stabbing slut?" or "I'm such a whore, I can't say no" or "I'm sleeping with the drummer from Coldplay." Just when you think it can't get any better there's a rap breakdown all about Betty's life.
We have to applaud Frank DeCaro, Fredrick Ford and Jim Colucci, the performers in the video. DeCaro is a midday host on SiriusXM's OutQ, Colucci is the author of "The Q
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