In perhaps the worst kept secret for Sunday’s Grammy Awards, Us Weekly is reporting that Madonna is going to join Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, along with Mary Lambert for “Same Love” in a surprise performance. We’ve known the Material Girl was performing, and this has been the rumor for weeks, but it seems to be a reality now.
What food matches your personality? I’m Hot Buttered Roles, which is weird, because I’m really cutting back on carbs.
Facing some heat about their “gay propaganda” law, reports coming out of Russia say they may amend the language, which technically focused on the promotion of “non-traditional sexual relations” being promoted to minors, which was interpreted by the populace and the police as all things gay. The new
See, "American Idol" alum Todrick Hall apparently has a thing for animated classic fairy tales and gathered up a bevy of fellow TV and/or Broadway stars (namely, Adam Lambert, Shoshana Bean, Cassie Scerbo, Amber Riley, Blake McGrath, Kimberly Cole and Pia Toscano) to create this crossover between the familiar musical number about a jail full of murderers and the House of Mouse's very finest baddies just in time for Halloween.
Now we know who the real divas of Disney are.
First up is Cruella de Vil — which, if this is what the studio's new live-action movie on her'll be like, go ahead and count us in — who asked for spots not dots from her henchmen-turned-victims, Jasper and Horace.
If you zoned out a little bit during last week’s episode of Smash, you weren’t alone. Going back to Iowa with Karen (Katharine McPhee) was enough to put anyone to sleep but, thankfully, I can tell you tonight’s episode will wake you up as the ambitious musical series is in pitch-perfect form and truly shows what it’s capable of.
Tonight’s “The Cost of Art“ episode gives us fun musical numbers, cute guys (check out the ensemble in the Marilyn musical and cuter-than-ever guest Nick Jonas), a date for Tom (Christian Borle), some juicy conflict and bitchiness between our key characters and, fingers crossed, let’s hope Debra Messing’s Julia stays so preoccupied with her ex (Will Chase) that we never hear about adoptions again.
One of the key ensemble
The show began with a live performance of Marc Shaiman’s Prop. 8: The Musical, the video version of which has become an Internet phenomenon.
In addition to such Broadway stars as Nathan Lane, Harvey Fierstein, David Hyde Pierce, and Jane Fonda (who is soon to open in 33 Variations), the standing room only event featured impassioned speeches and appearances by Cyndi Lauper, Carson Kressley, Judy Gold, political pundit Keith Olbermann, Ugly Betty stars Michael Urie and Mark Indelicato, and a host of other notables, as well as performances by the casts of a dozen Broadway shows.
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