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AfterElton Briefs: The New "Torchwood" Poster, Was Professor Lupin a Gay Junkie, Sean Chapin Says "Go Go Get It," and More!

Happy birthday to Graham Norton, who turns 48 today, and Heath Ledger, who would've been 32. Bravo has renewed Watch What Happens Live for a fifth season, which means we get another year of Andy Cohen trying to get Housewives drunk on camera (which admittedly, isn't difficult). Oxygen has three new series in development, the most intriguing of which is Lost Angels, which follows the life of Chloe Lattanzi, the daughter of icon Olivia Newton-John. Chloe holds a special place in my heart for gloriously massacring every song she performed on the reality competition Rock The Cradle. In what may be the death knell for gay bookstores, The Castro's A Different Light is shutting its doors. If you can't have a gay bookstore there, is there any hope? Here's the new poster for Torchwood: Miracle Day. I was afraid they were going to emphasize the American cast over John and that one
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'Glee' cheat sheet: Olivia Newton-John, the cabbage patch, hammer pants

"Glee's" May 4 episode, "Bad Reputation," was jam-packed with '80s pop-culture references.  If you're not quite old enough to have rocked a side ponytail and hammer pants, or if you just need a quick refresher, Zap2it has you covered! Are you as '80s-savvy as Will Schuester and Rachel Berry?

"Did she just do the cabbage patch?" This dance's name is derived from Cabbage Patch dolls - slightly creepy chubby-cheeked baby dolls that became a popular collector's item in the '80s. Dr. Dre and N.W.A. had a hit song about the dance. Do you want to learn to move like Sue Sylvester? Get some lessons from the video below.

Speaking of Sue, she was honored by an '80s icon tonight -- Olivia Newton-John! In case you forgot who she was, Newton-John isn't too proud to remind you. "It's Olivia Newton John," she said. "The star of 'Grease'?
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Five Things You Didn't Know about Crosby Loggins

After beating out the children of Bobby Brown, Olivia Newton-John and Mc Hammer on MTV's Rock the Cradle last year, Crosby Loggins (the son of soundtrack stud Kenny Loggins) went to work on his first album. With his mellow, heartfelt debut Time to Move - featuring John Mayer on guitar in the title track - in stores Tuesday, Loggins, 28, filled People in on his childhood, his hidden talents and his pet chicken. 1. He recorded at the Village in L.A., which is like a clean frat house for musicians: "It was pretty cool - Weezer was downstairs, Seal was down the hall,
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Exclusive Interview: Dead Romeo's Jesse Blaze Snider

Jesse Blaze Snider is coming to a comic book store near you. Last year, he arrived on the radar with the release of Fangoria Graphix' Dee Snider's Strangeland: Seven Sins which will continue publication very soon this year. He also made a very public appearance, if not, a very lasting impression on America and young ladies across the country by appearing on MTV's reality show, Rock the Cradle. This year, the man that was named in part of Marvel Comics Ghost Rider character will see more action in the funny books with the green goliath, Hulk, and the merc with a mouth, Deadpool. But his biggest project will be on the other side of the pond with DC Comics entitled Dead Romeo arriving this April. Jesse Blaze Snider now shares his experiences with Fangoria on Rock the Cradle, his love for comics, and what's in store for the future
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