Jane Lynch (a.k.a. Sue Sylvester on Glee) talked to Entertainment Weekly about hosting this year’s Emmys, a gig officially announced last week: “I was on a plane after Upfronts and [producer] Mark Burnett was on the plane as well. He came up to me and said, ‘I’m producing the Emmys and you’re my first choice.’ And I said, ‘Wow! Okay!’ [Laughs] Then I went on vacation with [wife] Lara — we went to Bora Bora. We got an email from Mark Burnett saying, ‘I’m officially asking you to be the host.’ And I said, ‘Yes!’”
Lynch says she’s taking pointers from last year’s host Jimmy Fallon. “What I loved about what he did was he’s such a charming presence and he basically just stepped up there as himself,” says the actress. “He didn’t put on a funny hat or glasses — he just did his thing.”
Will she be wearing a track suit and stepping into the persona of Sue Sylvester at all on Emmy night?
Out Magazine has a new interview with the magnificent Margaret Cho who I hope to bump into sometime this weekend at LA Pride in West Hollywood.
Here are some excerpts from the interview:
You’re being honored with the Lifetime Achievement Award at this year’s L.A. Pride. What was your first pride was like?
My first pride was either 1976 or 1977. That was before Harvey Milk was assassinated. I think I’d seen him in a parade before. I remember not understanding (because I was so young) what the parade was about. My parents owned a bookstore, and all the people that worked for my father were gay. The parades were small until 1978, when Harvey Milk died. There was a shift in the participation. The candlelight vigil was an incredible moving carpet of people, and even though that wasn’t a pride parade, in the deepest sense, it still was. So when I attend pride parades now as an adult, it really brings me back to my childhood.
What’s your take on another entertainer who’s become a rallying point for outsiders: Lady Gaga.
Oh, I love Lady Gaga. She’s taking her talent — which is considerable — and creating something for people who feel ostracized. There’s a universal sense of alienation, and she’s tapped into that. I’m certainly a fan, but I think artists have always done that. Madonna and David Bowie — there’s a lot of people who represent that to me in music.
You became that representation when you wore the rainbow dress on Dancing with the Stars. But do you think ABC tried to control that statement?
That was weird. To me, it was very important to make a statement about the gay teen suicides. That show is so conservative, so it was hard to find a way to inject my own views and values. I decided to wear this rainbow pride flag. Yeah, we were probably voted off because we were talking about something a lot of people couldn’t handle. But I don’t care about a dance competition — I care about helping a kid get through it.
If you, Kathy, and Lance were trapped on an island together, who would get eaten first?
I’m sure Lance would not survive. He’s so tender and delicious looking. I would eat most of him. Kathy is much smaller than me. I could put away a lot of Lance.
Chandler Massey, an Emmy nominee for his performance as Will Horton on NBC’s Days of Our Lives, is getting attention for more than his acting these days.
The 20 year old from Georgia is growing up to be quite the hunk!
He seemed embarrassed when I brought up the shirtless photos of him that have been showing up on websites like JustJared.com.
“At first I felt a little self conscious but now it’s fun,” he said, not totally convincingly.
But he’s always kept fit.
“My mom is a professional triathlete so growing up it was eat healthy, exercise,” Chandler said. “So I’ve always loved playing sports, exercising and keeping in shape. I always try and keep active. Growing up I played soccer and tennis and I have a group of friends and we go play Ultimate Frisbee on Saturdays and Sundays.”
He also does something called CrossFit: “It’s all about working your whole body all the time rather than just kind of isolating certain areas. It’s tough but it’s fun.”
And even though he’s a young single guy, he doesn’t have to worry about cooking healthy meals – he has them delivered to him by a service called SunFare.
“They deliver it every day and it’s healthy. Whatever your goals are, they design a plan around it.”
Beats Pizza Hut!
So how did Chandler get so good, so fast as an actor?
He cut his teeth in high school where he had the leads in such shows as How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying, Guys and Dolls and Little Shop of Horrors.
“I knew it was something I loved to do and my dream was to do it for a living,” he said of acting. “But I didn’t want to tell people that, I didn’t think I was good enough. But right after I graduated, I decided to go for it.”
By that time, he had shown great promise. In addition to the high school plays, he landed guest spots on shows that filmed in Atlanta including One Tree Hill and Army Wives.
He wanted to head to LA to pursue acting but his parents would not agree unless he was also enrolled in college.
“I made deal with them that I would come out to go to school because I got into UCLA and I would just audition on the side,” he said. “They wanted to make sure I had a back-up plan.”
After he finished his first quarter, he had an audition for Days of Our Lives. After three readings, he got the part. Just 18 months later, he’s up for a Daytime Emmy for outstanding younger actor.
American tennis star Andy Roddick sure looks nice in his white tennis clothes – especially when his shirt blows up and gives us a peak at his tummy! But seriously folks, Andy won a close match at the Queens Club tournament today against Spain’s Feliciano Lopez and is trying to win the Wimbledon warm-up tournament for a record fifth time.
“I love it on grass and am so happy to be back on it. “I feel good,” Roddick said after the match. He missed the French Open with a shoulder injury but looks nice and healthy here.
Andy, currently ranked 10th in the world, is one of the best grasscourt players in the tennis tour and has made it to the finals of Wimbledon three times. But each time he lost in the championship match to a guy who is just a little bit better: Roger Federer.
Yeah, I’m going to be a couch cookie tonight. Right after I watch White Collar at 9 p.m., I’ll be catching the season premiere of Covert Affairs. It stars Piper Perabo as CIA rookie Annie Walker and Greg In Hollywood fave Christopher Gorham as blind CIA special ops officer Auggie Anderson.
“What everybody should know about the second season is that we’ve taken all of the things that really worked last season and turned them up a notch. It’s the same show, but a little better,” Gorham tells TVGuide.com. “We didn’t feel like there was anything that needed to be fixed, so it’s the same show. Nobody’s going to tune in and see a bunch of new people and a bunch of new things. It’s still going to be the best action on TV. You can jump right back in. Everything is going to be familiar.”
But let’s get down to what really makes the show sizzle: whenever Gorham takes his shirt off!
He says: “I told [creators/executive producers Matt Corman and Chris Ord], ‘Listen, you guys need to give me some warning if Auggie’s taking his shirt off! I need to know a couple of weeks ahead of time so I can be prepared.’ … He’ll have his shirt off quite a bit, so get ready, but not with [Annie]. Piper and I like to keep that relationship at a nice simmer. They are good friends and they do have a great, fun chemistry, but the danger there is if you go to that place early, it might spoil everything. They’re not getting together any time soon. Now’s not the right time.”
In those moments when I want to be real honest with myself, I wonder if I would be as hooked on the USA Network series White Collar if one of the leads, Matt Bomer, were not the most handsome man on Earth?
Well, all I can say is while Matt is indeed drop dead gorgeous, he’s also absolutely terrific in the role of charming, sexy and sophisticated con man Neal Caffrey who now works with the FBI.
The show is back with a new season tonight!
Matt is on the cover of the current summer preview issue of TV Guide and discusses Neal’s dilemma after finding Nazi treasure in the previous season finale.
“That’s his conundrum,” Matt says. “He has to choose between the big score or really cooperating with the FBI. The stakes are higher and it’s brought a new tension to the relationships.”
Another thing I learned in the TV Guide interview is that when Matt was a student at Carnegie Mellon in Pittsburgh, his roommate was the very handsome and talented Pablo Schrieber (pictured, left) of FX’s Lights Out [And the Greg In Hollywood Morning Man on August 6, 2010!]
What the heck is the use of having a blog is you can’t plug your friend’s projects once in awhile? I’m really thrilled for my pal Mark Kellam who recently won the 2011 Gay & Lesbian Playwriting Competition sponsored by the Alliance of Los Angeles Playwrights.
He won for his play The Death of Fabulous.
Fabulous looks at the erosion of gay culture in today’s society and centers on several visits between two gay men – one 72 years old (Maurice), the other 22 (Romy). They often clash about what it means to be gay today. One loves Marilyn Monroe, the other Marilyn Manson. And when the conversation turns to AIDS, the sparks fly even more.
In the second act, Maurice has suffered a stroke and can no longer speak, but he desperately tries to get Romy to find his voice as a gay man and remember how hard those before him fought to win the freedoms he enjoys today. In the meantime, Romy uncovers a family secret that reveals Maurice’s final days may be filled with regret and humiliation.
A free reading of the play will be presented at 6:30 p.m. Sunday, June 12, at the Celebration Theatre, 7051 Santa Monica Blvd., West Hollywood.
I have not seen this movie yet but I sure want to.
You Should Meet My Son, written and directed by Keith Hartman, is a comedy about a conservative Southern mom who discovers that her only son is gay. Determined that he won’t go through life alone and miserable, she sets out to find him the perfect husband!
Brent Hartinger reviewed the film for AfterElton.com earlier this year and wrote: Films like You Should Meet My Son!are a big part of the reason why film critics such as myself exist: to find obscure, undiscovered films whose publicity budgets are even smaller than their production budgets, who depend entirely on word-of-mouth to become known.
On one of last week’s episodes of Bravo’s Watch What Happens Live, it was host Andy Cohen’s birthday and one of his surprises was this handsome guy: Nacho Figueras.
Now that’s what I call the perfect birthday present!
His real name is Ignacio and he’s a 34-year-old Argentine player who has been called the “David Beckham of polo.”
Nacho started modelling for Ralph Lauren in 2000, eventually become the face of Ralph Lauren Black Label in 2005, and has been under contract since.In May 2009, he was made the face of the World of Polo fragrances, including Polo Black, Polo Blue and Polo Modern Reserve.
In June 2009, he was voted the second most handsome man in the world by the readers of Vanity Fair, just behind Robert Pattinson and just ahead of Brad Pitt.
ABC’s Modern Family, which features our favorite TV gay couple Mitchell and Cameron, received six inaugural Critics’ Choice Television Awards nominations today – more than any of program.
Eric Stonestreet, who plays Cam, was nominated for best supporting actor. He is a straight actor in a gay role. His competition includes a gay man playing a straight role: Neil Patrick Harris for How I Met Your Mother. Jesse Tyler Ferguson, who plays the other half of the Modern Family gay couple, was not nominated nor was Golden Globe winner Chris Colfer for Glee. Both are openly gay actors playing gay roles and had been nominated for Emmys last fall.
Also of LGBT interest:
Glee was nominated for outstanding comedy series and Jane Lynch, the lesbian actress who plays coach Sue Sylvester on the show, was nominated for supporting actress in a comedy. Lynch is the reigning Emmy and Golden Globe Award champ.
Alan Cumming, the openly gay actor who plays a straight campaign manager on The Good Wife, was nominated for supporting actor in a drama. Nominated for supporting actress in a drama was straight actress Archie Panjabi who plays bisexual law firm investigator Kalinda on the show. She won the Emmy last fall.
RuPaul’s Drag Race grabbed a nod in the category of outstanding reality show competition against such competitors as Project Runway and The Ellen DeGeneres Show will compete for best talk show.
The awards are selected by the Broadcast Television Journalists Association and are scheduled to be handed out on June 20 in Los Angeles and will air two days later on ReelzChannel at 8/7c. The ceremony will also be live streamed on VH1.com.
I’m glad to see that among the nominees are names that Emmy voters have overlooked – especially the terrific Courtney Cox in Cougar Town. She has never been nominated for this show and was overlooked during all 10 seasons of Friends – the only core cast member to not be Emmy nominated.
Also, thrilled to see the brilliant Martha Plimpton nominated for Raising Hope. She should be the front-runner for the Emmy. So, so good. Hooray as well for Katey Sagal of Sons of Anarchy who has been shockingly snubbed by Emmy voters over the years but did win the Golden Globe in January.
And finally, I love, love, love that Charlie Day has been nominated for It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia.
Here is the full list of nominees:
BEST DRAMA SERIES Boardwalk Empire Dexter Friday Night Lights Fringe Game of Thrones The Good Wife Justified The Killing Mad Men The Walking Dead
BEST ACTOR IN A DRAMA SERIES
Steve Buscemi (Boardwalk Empire)
Kyle Chandler (Friday Night Lights)
Michael C. Hall (Dexter)
Jon Hamm (Mad Men)
William H. Macy (Shameless)
Timothy Olyphant (Justified)
BEST ACTRESS IN A DRAMA SERIES
Connie Britton (Friday Night Lights)
Mireille Enos (The Killing)
Julianna Margulies (The Good Wife)
Elisabeth Moss (Mad Men)
Katey Sagal (Sons of Anarchy)
Anna Torv (Fringe)
BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR IN A DRAMA SERIES
Alan Cumming (The Good Wife)
Walton Goggins (Justified)
Shawn Hatosy (Southland)
John Noble (Fringe)
Michael Pitt (Boardwalk Empire)
John Slattery (Mad Men)
BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS IN A DRAMA SERIES
Michelle Forbes (The Killing)
Christina Hendricks (Mad Men)
Margo Martindale (Justified)
Kelly Macdonald (Boardwalk Empire)
Archie Panjabi (The Good Wife)
Chloë Sevigny (Big Love)
BEST COMEDY SERIES Archer The Big Bang Theory Community Glee Louie The Middle Modern Family The Office Parks and Recreation 30 Rock
BEST ACTOR IN A COMEDY SERIES
Alec Baldwin (30 Rock)
Steve Carell (The Office)
Louis C.K. (Louie)
Charlie Day (It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia)
Joel McHale (Community)
Jim Parsons (The Big Bang Theory)
Best Actress in a Comedy Series
Courteney Cox (Cougar Town)
Edie Falco (Nurse Jackie)
Tina Fey (30 Rock)
Patricia Heaton (The Middle)
Martha Plimpton (Raising Hope)
Amy Poehler (Parks and Recreation)
BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR IN A COMEDY SERIES
Ty Burrell (Modern Family)
Neil Patrick Harris (How I Met Your Mother)
Nick Offerman (Parks and Recreation)
Ed O’Neill (Modern Family)
Danny Pudi (Community)
Eric Stonestreet (Modern Family)
BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS IN A COMEDY SERIES
Julie Bowen (Modern Family)
Jane Krakowski (30 Rock)
Jane Lynch (Glee)
Busy Philipps (Cougar Town)
Eden Sher (The Middle)
Sofía Vergara (Modern Family)
Best Reality Series Extreme Makeover: Home Edition Hoarders The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills Sister Wives Undercover Boss
BEST REALITY SERIES — COMPETITION The Amazing Race American Idol Dancing with the Stars Project Runway RuPaul’s Drag Race Top Chef
BEST REALITY SHOW HOST
Tom Bergeron (Dancing with the Stars)
Cat Deeley (So You Think You Can Dance)
Ty Pennington (Extreme Makeover: Home Edition)
Mike Rowe (Dirty Jobs)
Ryan Seacrest (American Idol)
BEST TALK SHOW Chelsea Lately The Daily Show The Ellen DeGeneres Show Jimmy Kimmel Live! The Oprah Winfrey Show
90210 followed the character of Teddy Montgomery (played so very well by Trevor Donovan) as he came to terms with his sexuality throughout last season and came out of the closet to his friends at West Beverly High.
Now comes word that the character is being written out of the show.
TV/Line reports that Donovan “will not be returning to The CW soap as a series regular for Season 4. Fans, however, have not seen the last of Teddy.”
Although a spokesperson for the show declined to comment, a 90210 insider says Donovan will appear as a guest star in roughly five episodes this fall.
“I look back on getting this real-life story line as a blessing,” Donovan told TVLine in a statement. “To be able to simultaneously take on a challenging role and bring awareness to a relevant social issue was a win-win for me. I’m looking forward to what opportunities and adventures lie ahead.”
Enjoyed having lunch last week with actor Chandler Massey who plays Will Horton on NBC’s Days of Our Lives.
He’s a well-mannered 20-year-old who had just completed his first quarter at UCLA when he was tapped for the soap role which he began in early 2010. Chandler has made a big impression in a short time earning a Daytime Emmy nomination for outstanding younger actor in a daytime drama.
“Just to be nominated is such an honor,” he said. “I’m very happy. As long as I’m doing good work and if I feel proud of the work that I did, that’s the biggest reward.”
He is taking is mom as his date to the June 19 ceremony at the Las Vegas Hilton (“I promised her the first time I got nominated for something I’d take her”) and his dad is coming out too (“But I think he’s coming out just to be in Vegas and using the Daytime Emmy Awards as an excuse.”).
“I’m very much looking forward to it and I think it’s going to be a lot of fun regardless of what happens,” he said.
How would he describe Will Horton?
“Will is an old soul which I guess isn’t too different from me. I feel like I’m an old soul,” Chandler said. “Will is the kid who had to grow up too fast. His mom has made some interesting choices in her life and I think because of all the things that happened to him while he was growing up, he really has become like the rock of his family, the voice of reason. I really enjoy playing Will because he’s just a generally good guy and if you can make that interesting, I think you’re doing something right.”
Okay, so let’s get to what you really want to know about: Is Chandler’s soap character going to come out as gay?
Here’s that portion of our conversation:
Q. Everyone is buzzing about Will’s storyline and how he might come out. Can you comment?
A. I’ve been reading about some of that stuff too. Honestly, the actors are the last to know. I’m just as in the dark as anyone else. So I really, I don’t know.”
Q. Is it fun to have people speculating on the Internet and wondering what your character’s going to do next?
A. I guess so. It’s exciting. The possibility of that storyline obviously is very exciting to me.
Q. It’s not something you would have an issue with playing?
A. Oh no. It’d be fun. It obviously would be very challenging on a creative level.
Q. If it happens, there are some very famous gay teen storylines in soaps in the past including Ryan Phillippe’s Billy on One Life to Live and Luke on As the World Turns played by Van Hansis. You’d be in good company.
A. I guess there was a time in the past when people would have been wary. But I feel like now it’s almost like empowering for a straight guy to play a gay character. It’s great because all these boundaries are being kind of shattered.
Q. You also did the NoH8 campaign in support of gay marriage. What made you decide to get involved and make your support known.
A. I’m definitely in support of that cause and of people being able to fall in love and get married to whoever they want.
Q. You’re from Georgia, was that how people felt in your high school?
A. Actually growing up there was a group of six guys and throughout high school, three of the guys came out. In our group of friends, it didn’t matter but there were some people that weren’t so accepting.
Q. Are you still in touch?
Q. Did you just grow up in a progressive household where your parents were cool and open-minded?
A. Fortunately both my parents are very open-minded and taught myself and my siblings to be so.
Tomorrow: Part 2 of my interview with Chandler Massey. How he got his start in acting and how he keeps in such great shape.
No one can really replace Oprah but oh how they will try.
Ellen DeGeneres will be looking to gain viewers as will Nate Berkus and the ladies from The Talk and from The View. Katie Couric is expected to join daytime fray in 2012 but beating her to the punch by a full year will be Anderson Cooper!
The Silver Fox is calling his new show Anderson and recently launched the show’s official website which includes some new publicity shots of Mr. Cooper that I rather like.
Even before I saw the first frame of the documentary Carol Channing: Larger Than Life at a special Outfest screening Friday night, I knew I was probably going to like this movie.
I’m a huge fan of this three-time Tony Award winning legend who has been enchanting audiences since the 1940s with such signature roles as Lorelei Lee in Gentlemen Prefer Blondes and Dolly Levi in Hello, Dolly!
But I had no idea how much I would absolutely love this film which premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival and will screen at Outfest next month.
We are treated to a treasure trove of clips from film and television performances – some very rare – and wonderful interviews with Miss Channing as she walks around the Broadway theater district and back in San Francisco where she grew up. It is so very sweet to see her and husband Harry Kullijian go down memory lane. They were junior high school sweethearts, spent more than 60 years apart before reuniting and marrying eight years ago.
“Every time he kisses me, I think I’m 12 years old again,” she says in the film.
The film’s director, Dori Berinstein, assembles quite an impressive group of showbiz folks to reflect on Miss Channing’s life and career including Jerry Herman (who wrote Hello, Dolly!), Lily Tomlin, Barbara Walters, Chita Rivera, Tyne Daly, Debbie Reynolds, Marge Champion, Jo Anne Worley, Bruce Vilanch, Tommy Tune, the late Betty Garrett and many of the dancers in the company of her last Broadway revival of Dolly in 1994.
Says Tomlin in the film: “When someone is so alive and in the moment, it takes your breath away.”
We learn some things about Miss Channing that we didn’t know before: Her first onscreen kiss was to be with Clint Eastwood in the 1956 film The First Traveling Saleslady. The two practiced and choreographed their clinch and finally filmed it but it got cut from the film!
We also find out that the legend about Channing never, ever missing a performance is not completely true: she once missed half a show on the road with Hello Dolly! when she became ill with food poisoning and began to throw up on the stage.
She also was being treated for ovarian cancer during a national tour of the show but never missed a show because of it. She explains: “That’s the road and it’s sacred to me – sacred.”
It is fascinating to hear her and Herman recall how Dolly got terrible reviews on the road before its Broadway debut. When he came up with the number Before the Parade Passes By, which greatly elevated the show and tied the story together, he woke Channing up at 3 a.m. at the hotel where the company was staying and had her sing it. They then woke up director David Merrick.
The thrill of seeing the movie Friday night (aside from seeing myself in a crowd shot taken when Channing appeared at the West Hollywood Book Fair a few years ago) was that after the credits rolled, we were treated to some time with the legend herself – the still dynamic and funny Miss Channing herself who is now 90 years old.
Sunday was a big night for actor Tyler Hoechlin whose new series Teen Wolf premiered on MTV just after the MTV Movie Awards where he and some of his co-stars were presenters.
The 23-year-old actor got his big break in the movies back in 2002 when he beat out 2,000 other kids to play Tom Hanks’s son in Road to Perdition. the next year, he was cast as Martin Brewer on 7th Heaven.
He was one of the final two being considered for the role of “Edward Cullen” in the Twilight film series but lost out to Robert Pattinson.
Now he’s playing a werewolf instead of vampire!
But acting is not Tyler’s only talent. He played college baseball for Arizona State University and UC Irvine.
Earlier today, exactly 30 years after the nation’s war with AIDS began, 2,350 bicyclists and 600 volunteer “roadies” begin their seven-day journey toward Los Angeles.
They are participants in AIDS/LifeCycle, a 545-mile bike ride from San Francisco to Los Angeles, which has become the world’s most successful AIDS fundraiser.
This year’s riders come from nearly every state in the U.S. and 11 other countries. By gathering sponsors for their journey, they have raised a record $13,060,000 for the HIV/AIDS services of the L.A. Gay & Lesbian Center and San Francisco AIDS Foundation.
“AIDS/LifeCycle brings together a community of dedicated and compassionate people to make a world of difference in the lives of people living with HIV/AIDS,” San Francisco AIDS Foundation CEO Neil Giuliano said in a statement. “Historic levels of participation and support in AIDS/LifeCycle 10 send a powerful message that 30 years into the epidemic, fighting HIV/AIDS and raising awareness are still top concerns for thousands of people. This ride, and the heroic spirit of everyone involved, is changing the course of the epidemic by allowing us to provide free services for HIV prevention and care in communities most vulnerable to the disease.”
Joining the AIDS/LifeCycle community this year are celebrity trainers Cara Castronuova (The Biggest Loser) and Scott Herman (The Real World: Brooklyn).
These two are sharing their messages of healthy living and spreading the word that HIV/AIDS still needs our urgent attention as we enter the fourth decade of fighting the disease.
It was on June 5, 1981 that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) issued its first report about the disease then known as Gay-Related Immune Deficiency (GRID) and later known as AIDS.
The report detailed the case studies of five gay men in Los Angeles and by the time it was published, two of the five men had died.
Since the earliest days of the epidemic, both the L.A. Gay & Lesbian Center and the Foundation have taken a leadership role in fighting HIV/AIDS.
Today, both organizations remain at the forefront of efforts to reduce new HIV infections and ensure access to proper medical care for everyone who needs it.
“For 30 years, we have been under attack by HIV and AIDS—and the fight is far from over,” says L.A. Gay & Lesbian Center CEO Lorri L. Jean. “Too many people believe that the problem is no longer significant in the U.S. Yet the infection rate for gay and bisexual men continues to climb. The riders and roadies of AIDS/LifeCycle are heroes in the fight against AIDS; together, they have raised millions to help prevent the spread of HIV and improve the health of people in our communities living with the disease.”
Today, 1.1 million Americans are living with HIV—the highest number in the history of this decades-long crisis. More than 1 in 10 of those live in California. And 1 in 5 of those living with HIV don’t know it. Gay and black communities are especially hard hit.
New HIV infections among gay and bisexual men in the United States are on the rise—the only risk group for whom this is the case—and a 2010 CDC study found that a shocking 20% of gay and bisexual men in 21 U.S. cities are HIV-positive.