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Mary Matalin claims ‘all my gay friends’ think Vladimir Putin ‘looks so buff when he’s shirtless’

I’m not going to lie.

I am not a fan of Republican Mary Matalin – she just seems mean and soulless.

Anyway, on ABC’s This Week with George Stephanopoulos on Sunday, Matalin was given an opportunity to say something insightful about Russia’s anti-gay propaganda law.

She chose not to.

Earlier in the program, Stephanopoulos had asked Russian President Vladimir Putin about the law that is threatening to overshadow next month’s Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia.

During a round table discussion, Matalin made clear she’s not a fan of the topic saying: ‘Can I just say I’m just so sick of sports of politics?’

Then she said: ‘I know I’m going to get in trouble for this but all of my gay friends think he looks so buff when he’s shirtless.’

Matalin then wondered by Putin ‘is even talking about this.’

Stephanopoulos replied: ‘He has to talk about this. It’s a huge controversy.’

Matalin’s liberal pundit husband, James Carville, was also on the program and observed that moving forward, any country putting in a bid for the Olympics will be able to have ‘anything close to any of the gay laws or anything like that.’

‘They’re going to have to clean them up,’ he said.

Carville did not have any comment on Putin’s shirtlessness.

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“Bachelor” Sean Lowe tells Greg it would take ‘like an hour’ to explain his views on gay marriage

We all know that TV’s current Bachelor Juan Pablo Galavis is in hot water for saying he didn’t think a gay version of the ABC reality show would be appropriate for kids and that gays are ‘more pervert in a sense.’

I chatted with his predecessor, Sean Lowe, at that same ABC cocktail party on Friday and also asked him a question about gays.

I wondered, since Sean is getting married on national television on January 26 to a woman he met on a reality show, does he think gays should be able to get married on television or anywhere else.

He very clearly did not want to go there.

‘That’s an interesting question,’ he said. ‘I tell you what, just because of the political nature of the question I’d rather not answer.’

‘I haven’t gotten it before,’ he added. ‘ I’d have to sit down and talk to you for like an hour to fully get my opinion across.’


It would take ‘like an hour’ to answer ‘yes’ or no’?

Sean, 30, is a businessman and entrepreneur from Dallas. He was born and raised in Irving, Texas, and attended Kansas State University on a full scholarship. He was a linebacker for the football team and graduated in 2006.

He was a little more open to talking about the attention he has gotten from gay fans in the past.

‘I was aware of that. It’s all very flattering,’ he said. ‘I remember the National Enquirer or something like that had this big article about how I was the new gay icon or sex symbol, I forget how they phrased it. It’s flattering. Straight or gay, I get people who come up to me all the time and tell me they really enjoyed watching me on TV and they’re rooting for me. I think that’s incredible.’

He also doesn’t mind talking about his body: ‘I grew up in athletics and I played football in college. I just always liked fitness and being in shape. I’ve always enjoyed going to the gym, it’s always been a hobby of mine – a stress reliever. I’ve never minded taking my shirt off which they’ve asked me to do plenty of times.’

So what do you all think of Sean’s not wanting to talk about gay marriage? Is he smart to stay tight-lipped?

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See the first episode of HBO’s “Looking” here!

The new gay-themed dramedy Looking premiered on HBO last night. You don’t have HBO you say? No problem! The debut episode is being offered for FREE right now on YouTube. so quit reading and CLICK ON THIS LINK to see it now!

Will be interested to hear what you think. I’ve seen the first two episodes and quite like the show – especially Jonathan Groff. Look forward to future episodes. But others on Facebook and Twitter have some issues with it.

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Snapped! Three DOOL hunks tying a tie!

The other day, I was chatting with a soap writer and we were remarking on how damned good looking the male cast of NBC’s Days of Our Lives is!

Then a short time later, this Instagram photo showed up on my Twitter feed proving the point!

Here are hunky Eric Martsolf (Brady) and Greg Vaughan (Eric) helping Casey Moss (JJ) with his tie.

I say forget the tie and everyone rip off your shirts!

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Monday Morning Man: Darren Moore!

So yesterday on NBC day of the TV Critics Association winter press tour, Nate Berkus was there promoting his new show American Dream Builders.

Nate is a cutie pie, as we all know but I was rather taken with one of the other guys on the show, designer Darren Moore.

Darren wasn’t at TCa but I saw him in the video preview and thought, “He’s my next man!” I mean, my next Morning Man.

According to his bio, In 2003 Darren sold his belongings and set off on a global adventure. He spent the next 4 years traveling, studying, and volunteering, working in over 25 countries Worldwide including India, Thailand and Australia.

In 2006, Darren’s founded an “eco-logical” business, Ecovations™ , to support the use of sustainable building practices and lifestyle choices. Two years later, he became the co-host of a television show, Alter Eco on Planet Green.

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Ryan Carnes makes first “General Hospital” appearance as Lucas Jones returns to Port Charles

Ryan Carnes returned to ABC’s General Hospital last Friday in the role of Lucas Jones after nearly a decade away.

His hair is darker than when he was last on the show but he’s even more handsome. Since he last played Lucas, it has been revealed that the character is gay.

Lucas is the adopted son of The character of Lucas is the adopted son of Bobbie Spencer (Jackie Zeman) and Tony Jones (Brad Maule) and the biological son of Julian Jerome (William deVry).

The groundwork for the return of Lucas was laid with Bobbie recently mentioning that her son is living in Seattle looking for the perfect man.

Ryan’s first scenes were with his TV mom and her brother Luke (Tony Geary). A preview shows that he finds out who his biological father is and confronts him.

The character’s dramatic coming out had been portrayed by another actor (Ben Hogestyn) since Carnes left the show in 2005 just before that plot development.

During around the same time as his first stint on General Hospital, Carnes was also playing a gay role during the first few seasons of the ABC show Desperate Housewives.

This followed his first major role as a lead in the gay independent comedy Eating Out which spawned a franchise of four more Eating Out films. Carnes never reprised his role in any of the sequels.


“Star Trek” icon George Takei slams Utah’s governor for saying gay couples aren’t legally married

God bless George Takei for telling it like it is.

The Star Trek icon went off on Utah’s governor, George Herbert, for putting the more than 1,300 married same-sex couples in his state in limbo by placing their marriages ‘on hold until further notice.’ The federal government, however, does recognize the marriages which took place after a federal judge declared the state’s marriage ban unconstitutional.

Takei tells the Salt Lake City Tribune: “Why is your Governor Gary Herbert so mean?” the actor asked repeatedly. “Your governor seems to believe in governing by hysteria. Your Governor Herbert is consciously bringing harm to 2,600 citizens of Utah. That’s mean-spirited. He didn’t have to do that. Your governor is trying to put toothpaste back in the tube.”

Takei, who married longtime partner Brad Altman in 2008 in California, was in Utah over the weekend for the Sundance Film Festival premiere of a documentary about his life called To Be Takei.

Below is a trailer for the film:

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Snapped! Sean Hayes and Jane Lynch chatting up their NBC show “Hollywood Game Night”

I’m here in Pasadena covering NBC day at the TV Critics Association Winter Press Tour.

During our yummy lunch (shrimp, salmon, steak), the network had a fun live version of Hollywood Game Night that pitted teams of journalists against each other with Jane Lynch hosting – just as she does the TV show.

Said Jane at one point: ‘The difference between a journalist and a blogger is that journalist has to wear pants.”

Sean Hayes is an executive producer of the show which is based on the game nights he has had at his house for years.

The show’s second season premiere is tomorrow night and Sean told us NBC has ordered an additional 10 episodes.

Jane promised us this: “No nudity from (Girls star) Lena Dunham whatsoever. That should come as a comfort to all of us.”

The celebrities on the show (Rosie O’Donnell, Henry Winkler and Martin Short are among those who will be playing) are served real booze as they are playing.

We were offered win during our lunch today but I declined. There’s are times for a boozy Sunday lunch but, for me, today was not one of them.

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“Looking” starring next big thing Jonathan Groff premieres on HBO tonight – I highly recommend!

I’ve already seen the first two episodes of HBO’s new series Looking which premieres tonight and I can highly recommend it to you.

It is not only entertaining, it also rings true to me as a gay man. I could get as hooked on this as I was on Sex and the City – in fact I already am!

The show’s stars and behind-the-scenes talent appeared recently at the TV Critics Association Press Tour. I’ll have more from the show’s creator, director and stars in the coming days but today I want to focus on Jonathan Groff who I think is going to become a superstar because of this show.

The show premieres tonight after Girls.

Groff is one of the the three leads – Frankie J. Alvarez and Murray Bartlett are the others – in this show about a trio of gay friends navigating life in modern-day San Francisco.
Groff, who was outstanding in his first leading film role in C.O.G., talked about how the actors bonded with each other and the city of San Francisco where the show is filmed.

“Our first night in San Francisco working on the show was actually Murray’s birthday, March 20th, and we sat in the back garden of his house and opened up a bottle of wine and stayed up all night sort of talking and getting to know each other, and it was a very kind of quintessential San Francisco experience, and that kind of set the tone for the whole show. We shot at a bar called The Stud, and while we were shooting there, we were like, this is so great, and that weekend, we went dancing at The Stud, so we really immersed ourselves into the San Francisco experience.”

The show isn’t about coming out – it’s about the lives these gay men lead – and Groff thinks it also has mainstream appeal.

He says: ‘The fact that this show is mostly characters in their 30s and 40s who aren’t grappling with the fact that they’re gay ‑‑ all the characters are gay, but that’s not the big issue in their lives. They’ve already gone through that time in their life, so it’s not like coming‑out stories of people dealing with the fact that they’re gay. They’re dealing with their relationships at work or with their friends or with their significant others, and so I think that maybe your 22‑year‑old daughter is responding to that because she goes to work and is in relationships and has friends, and when I showed the four episodes to my brother and his wife ‑‑ they’re the straight, married couple living in Amish country ‑‑ and when I was watching them watch the show, it was amazing to see how they connected to the scene between Murray and Scott Bakula in a diner when Scott sort of is like ‑‑ have you guys seen the show? Has everybody seen the show? I don’t want to spoil anything. I see a lot of nodding heads, so there’s a scene where Scott is like, I didn’t realize, is this not a date? And both my brother and his wife were like, Oh, no. Come on, Dom! And I was ‑‑ it was a revelation for me to watch them and think this is my straight brother and his wife in Amish country connecting to two gay men over the age of 40 living in San Francisco. And I think because they’re comfortable with their sexuality, it makes the issues of the characters more relatable because their problems are about everyday life.”

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NBC’s next live musical will be … “Peter Pan”

I’m here in Pasadena for NBC day of the TV Critics Assn. Winter Press Tour and network president Robert Greenblatt has just announced the next live musical will be … Peter Pan!

The network had huge ratings for The Sound of Music starring Carrie Underwood whose singing was praised and acting not so much.

It was fascinating though how it became a shared experience with everyone live-tweeting with snarky remarks etc.

Peter Pan will no doubt suffer less from comparisons since there is no classic movie that everyone knows scene by scene to compare it to.

Mary Martin, who starred in the musical on Broadway, starred in a 1960 TV version of the musical.

It seems like a great idea and will be, once again, in the capable hands of Craig Zadan and Neil Meron who produced Sound of Music and will produce the Oscars next month for the second year in a row.

Greenblatt would not reveal who his dream cast is but joked: “I want Miley Cyrus.”

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Showtune Sunday: It’s all about ageless Dolly Parton on her 68th birthday

Dolly Parton, somehow, does not have a line on her face, and yet she is turning 68 today.

She must have great genes! Ha!

Dolly also has great talent and I could just listen to her sing all day.

Instead of just doing a collection of her greatest hits – except for Coat of Many Colors – I decided to pick out some different songs that Dolly has put per own stamp on including Stairway to Heaven and Me and Bobby McGee.


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SAG Awards: Rita Moreno sings (and swears!), Cate Blanchett demands equal time, McConaughey & Leto win again

The Screen Actors Guild Awards tonight were certainly a far more dignified affair that the Golden Globe Awards a week ago – and not near as much fun!

But there were some terrific moments for sure starting with the great Rita Moreno’s acceptance of the Lifetime Achievement Award – I love how she sang part of it. To be so vibrant and gorgeous at 82 – wow!

Moreno got hugs from Meryl Streep, Cate Blanchett and Julia Roberts on her way to the stage, uttered an f-bomb, swooned over Brad Pitt and Jeremy Renner in the audience and said: “I’m so bloody happy. … at 82 hopefully it’s early in the third act.”

Michael Douglas, winning yet another award for his portrayal of Liberace in Behind the Candelabra, was quite eloquent in thanking his co-star (“I am not here without Matt Damon“) and in paying tribute to his 97-year-old film icon father, Kirk Douglas.

Cate Blanchett rightfully did not want to be rushed off of the stage when she accepted Best Actress for Blue Jasmine – especially after Matthew McConaughey’s lengthy Best Actor speech just prior.

She said: “29 seconds? Matthew McConaughey spoke about Neptune and I think I can have five seconds.”

Lupita Nyong’o seemed to edge ahead of Jennifer Lawrence in the Oscar supporting actress race with her win for 12 Years a Slave. It helps that she gave a wonderful speech that was humble and smart and also funny at the end when she shared the story of telling her dad she was about to make a movie with Brad Pitt.

Helen Mirren seemed genuinely shocked when she was announced winner for the Phil Spector bio, a role she landed after Bette Midler pulled out early in the filming because of a back problem. Mirren admired her trophy (she already has two) and remarked that she felt more “perky” than “saggy” and very classily singled out fellow nominee Elizabeth Moss who won the Globe last Sunday.

Julia Louis-Dreyfus is probably going to win a lot more awards for her delicious portrayal of a fictional US VP in Veep so I hope she doesn’t try to make her speeches into a bit anymore. It was really funny at the Emmys but almost a little obnoxious this time as she read the start of what would have been her Globes speech (she didn’t win) and her Oscar nomination reaction for the film Enough Said (she wasn’t nominated).

Bradley Cooper gave the speech when American Hustle won the acting ensemble prize and did a beautiful tribute to the film’s director David O. Russell who has directed him to two Oscar nods in the past two years.

And it is safe to say that Jared Leto got the memo on making a meaningful acceptance speech when you play a transgender woman who dies of AIDS. His Globes speech was a bit flippant and silly but since then, he has been quite thoughtful in accepting the Critics Choice Award, the SAG Award and in reacting to his Academy Award nomination.

He dedicated his win “all the people that have lost their lives to this dreadful disease, to the people who are out there living with HIV/AIDS” and made special mention of fellow nominee, the late James Gandolfini.

It seems certain he will win the Oscar and he should. His performance was one for the ages.

While Leto has been the front-runner for the Oscar since the start of awards season, tonight’s win for McConaughey firmly establishes him as the one to beat as well. I’ll have to rewatch his speech to really get all that he was talking about but he sure looked great in that tux.

Here is a full list of winners:

Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Leading Role

MATTHEW McCONAUGHEY / Ron Woodroof – “DALLAS BUYERS CLUB” (Focus Features)

Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Leading Role

CATE BLANCHETT / Jasmine – “BLUE JASMINE” (Sony Pictures Classics)

Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Supporting Role

JARED LETO / Rayon – “DALLAS BUYERS CLUB” (Focus Features)

Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Supporting Role

LUPITA NYONG’O / Patsey – “12 YEARS A SLAVE” (Fox Searchlight Pictures)

Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture

AMERICAN HUSTLE (Columbia Pictures)

AMY ADAMS / Sydney Prosser

CHRISTIAN BALE / Irving Rosenfeld

LOUIS C.K. / Stoddard Thorsen


PAUL HERMAN / Alfonse Simone

JACK HUSTON / Pete Musane

JENNIFER LAWRENCE / Rosalyn Rosenfeld

ALESSANDRO NIVOLA / Federal Prosecutor

MICHAEL PEÑA / Sheik (Agent Hernandez)

JEREMY RENNER / Mayor Carmine Polito




Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Television Movie or Miniseries


Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Television Movie or Miniseries

HELEN MIRREN / Linda Kenney Baden – “PHIL SPECTOR” (HBO)

Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Drama Series


Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Drama Series

MAGGIE SMITH / Violet, Dowager Countess of Grantham – “DOWNTON ABBEY” (PBS)

Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Comedy Series


Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Comedy Series

JULIA LOUIS-DREYFUS / Vice President Selina Meyer – “VEEP” (HBO)

Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series



BETSY BRANDT / Marie Schrader




LAURA FRASER / Lydia Rodarte-Quale

ANNA GUNN / Skyler White


RJ MITTE / Walter White Jr.

DEAN NORRIS / Hank Schrader

BOB ODENKIRK / Saul Goodman

AARON PAUL / Jesse Pinkman





Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series


JULIE BOWEN / Claire Dunphy

TY BURRELL / Phil Dunphy

AUBREY ANDERSON EMMONS / Lily Tucker-Pritchett

JESSE TYLER FERGUSON / Mitchell Pritchett

NOLAN GOULD / Luke Dunphy

SARAH HYLAND / Haley Dunphy

ED O’NEILL / Jay Pritchett

RICO RODRIGUEZ / Manny Delgado


SOFIA VERGARA / Gloria Delgado-Pritchett

ARIEL WINTER / Alex Dunphy


Embattled “Bachelor” star chats with GLAAD: “I look forward to meeting with gay and lesbian families”

Juan Pablo Galavis has already tried to explain his controversial statements about gays on English being a second language.

He also spoke with my friend Monica Trasandes, GLAAD’s Director of Spanish-Language and Latino Media, via phone today:

“I have heard from many gay Latinos today who are hurt because of what I said and I apologize. I know gay parents and I support them and their families. They are good parents and loving families. I am a father and I know the feel of being a father, why wouldn’t I want my gay friends to also be happy parents?”

“I also want gay and lesbian youth to know that it is fine to be who you are. Gay or straight, Black or White, Latin or American, what matters here is to respect who we are.”

“I look forward to meeting with gay and lesbian families as well as Monica and Wilson from GLAAD. Gay and lesbian people, and the children they are raising, wrongfully face discrimination and I want them to know that I’m on their side.”

Juan Pablo will be meeting in Los Angeles this week with LGBT Latinos and families including Trasandes and GLAAD’s Wilson Cruz.

Trasandes said of his apology: “At a time when Latino support for gay and lesbian people and our families is growing, we look forward to continuing the conversation with Juan Pablo and working with him to help educate his fans about who gay and lesbian parents are. Study after study shows that young people raised by gay parents are as happy and healthy as other young people.”

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Snapped! Tennis studs Grigor Dimitrov and Andy Murray take an ice bath together Down Under!

Well, well, what do we have here?

Two hot male tennis pros taking an ice bath together after playing their matches at the Australian Open this week.

Yum. And yum.

They are up-and-comer Grigor Dimitrov and Andy Murray who dearly wants to add an Aussie Open title to his wins at Wimbledon last year and his 2012 wins at the US Open and The Olympics.

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Juan Pablo Galavis apologizes for anti-gay comments which ABC condemns as “careless, thoughtless and insensitive”

Bachelor star Juan Pablo Galavis was slammed by ABC for his comments made about gay people.

The network stated: “Juan Pablo’s comments were careless, thoughtless and insensitive, and in no way reflect the views of the network, the show’s producers or studio.”

Galavis was asked if there should be a gay Bachelor and said: “I don’t think it’s a good example for kids…There’s this thing about gay people… it seems to me, and I don’t know if I’m mistaken or not… but they’re more ‘pervert’ in a sense. And to me the show would be too strong… too hard to watch.”

Galavis has posted an explanation on Facebook blaming it on English being his second language: “I want to apologize to all the people I may have offended because of my comments on having a Gay or Bisexual Bachelor. The comment was taken out of context. If you listen to the entire interview, there’s nothing but respect for Gay people and their families. I have many gay friends and one of my closest friends who’s like a brother has been a constant in my life especially during the past 5 months. The word pervert was not what I meant to say and I am very sorry about it. Everyone knows English is my second language and my vocabulary is not as broad as it is in Spanish and, because of this, sometimes I use the wrong words to express myself. What I meant to say was that gay people are more affectionate and intense and for a segment of the TV audience this would be too racy to accept. The show is very racy as it is and I don’t let my 5 year old daughter watch it. Once again, I’m sorry for how my words were taken. I would never disrespect anyone.”

So what do you all think?

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“Tales of the City” star Laura Linney gives birth and her son’s middle name is Armistead (as in Maupin)

Laura Linney has given birth to a son at the age of 49 and paid tribute to author Armistead Maupin in naming him.

Linney and her hubby, Marc Schauer, have named their son Bennett Armistead Schauer.

Linney is a four-time Emmy winner and a three-time Oscar nominee who first rose to stardom starring in Tales of the City and its two sequels as Mary Ann Singleton.

Maupen shared the news of Facebook writing: “There are no words. She Skyped us her tummy a few months back, but I didn’t know about the baby’s name until Bennett was born. She and Marc called from the hospital when I was flat on my back in a dentist’s chair getting my teeth cleaned. I hollered so loud that hygienists came running from everywhere.”

I interviewed Miss Linney back in 2009 about her breakthrough role on Tales of the City. See our chat HERE.


ABC’s “The Bachelor” Juan Pablo Galavis says gays should not be on the show, “are more pervert in a sense”

I was at ABC’s cocktail party in Pasadena last night but apparently left before the arrival of The Bachelor star Juan Pablo Galavis.

He was asked by The TV Page if there should ever be a gay bachelor on the hit reality show.

Calavis’ answer is shocking: “No… I respect [gay people] but, honestly, I don’t think it’s a good example for kids…”

“There’s this thing about gay people… it seems to me, and I don’t know if I’m mistaken or not… but they’re more ‘pervert’ in a sense. And to me the show would be too strong… too hard to watch.”

“Obviously people have their husband and wife and kids and that is how we are brought up. Now there is fathers having kids and all that, and it is hard for me to understand that too in the sense of a household having peoples… Two parents sleeping in the same bed and the kid going into bed… It is confusing in a sense.”

A single father of a 4-year-old daughter, Galavis was sure to state that he has gay friends.

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For some reason, CNN’s Anderson Cooper decides to put “90210″ alum Ian Ziering on “The Ridiculist”

I enjoy Anderson Cooper’s Ridiculist as much as anybody and particularly like when something makes The Silver Fox dissolve into giggles like a 12-year-old girl.

But with so many ridiculous things going on in our world today – things that really deserve to be made fun of – why did Cooper decide to make fun of Beverly Hills 90210 alum Ian Ziering for making a living?

The original 90210 went off the air 14 years ago and the guy’s got two young daughters and bills to pay. So what if he’s working with the Chippendale’s revue in Las Vegas and starring in a bizarro movie called Sharknado?

“Andrea Zuckerman would not approve,” Anderson said.

Maybe Anderson didn’t intend to be mean. Maybe his judgement was clouded by his fervent desire to use footage from the classic Saturday Night Live Chippendales sketch with Patrick Swayze and Chris Farley.

Anyway, it’s not like TV’s Steve Sanders is out holding up a dry cleaning store like Different Strokes’ Dana Plato did.

Give the guy a break.

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See Jared Leto pay tribute to those stricken with AIDS and HIV in Critics Choice Awards speech

Jared Leto’s Golden Globes speech was not loved by all because of what was seen as a lost opportunity to say something meaningful about AIDS.

Instead, he talked about waxing and his bubble butt.

His Critics Choice Awards speech, just four days later, was a big improvement.

The front-runner for the supporting actor Oscar for his performance in Dallas Buyers Club said this time around: “I’d like to dedicate this incredible honor to all the people around the world that are living with HIV – all of the people that have lost their lives to this horrific disease and all of the people that are fighting to change the way that people that have HIV/Aids are treated. To them, I thank you.”


Days of Our Lives: Today’s Will & Sonny scenes!

Sorry for the generic headline folks but I’m at ABC day of the TV Critics Association Winter Press Tour today and don’t have time to watch the latest scenes with Sonny and new Will.

So here they are.


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