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TIME Magazine: “Bridgerton’s” Jonathan Bailey Is Redefining the Hollywood Heartthrob

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The final season of Hulu/Disney+ series “Love, Victor” premieres on June 15 – here is a preview

One last chance to feel the love.

This season finds Victor going on a journey of self-discovery — not only deciding who he wants to be with, but more broadly, who he wants to be. With their post-high-school-plans looming, Victor and his friends are faced with a new set of problems that they must work through to make the best choices for their futures. Season 3 of Love, Victor, starring Michael Cimino, premiering June 15th on Hulu and Disney+.

The series stars Cimino, Rachel Hilson, Anthony Turpel, Bebe Wood, Mason Gooding, George Sear, Isabella Ferreira, Mateo Fernandez, Anthony Keyvan, Ava Capri, James Martinez and Ana Ortiz.

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Morning Round-Up: Ellen; Pete Buttigieg; Jake Daniels; Hayley Kiyoko; Alexandra Billings & more!

Commentary: How Ellen DeGeneres won, and then lost, a generation of viewers LA Times

Dad Pete Buttigieg Says Baby Formula Shortage ‘Is Very Personal’ Advocate

Hometown of soccer player Jake Daniels marks his coming out in unique way Queerty

Trans Actress Alexandra Billings To Star As a Drag Mom in ‘Queen Tut’ The WOW Report

Hayley Kiyoko Is the First Lesbian Bachelorette in ‘For the Girls’ Music Video Featuring Becca Tilley People

Be still our hearts! Heartstopper to bring more queer joy as Netflix renews it for seasons 2 and 3

Weekend Tennis Round-Up Kenneth in the 212

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Celebrating Cher’s 76th birthday with some of her biggest hits from six different decades

Love Dolly Parton but no way she should be in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and not Cher. That continues to bother me immensely.

Cher’s career as a recording artist spans seven decades and she is the only artist to have a number-one single on a Billboard chart in each of past six decades. This feat was accomplished when You Haven’t Seen the Last of Me reached number one on the Hot Dance Music/Club Play chart the week of January 19, 2011.

She is the fifth-ranked female artist with the most Billboard US Hot 100 charted singles and she is still in the thick of things. in 2018, her single Gimme! Gimme! Gimme! (A Man After Midnight) reached number 4 on the Billboard US Dance Chart where she had reached number one five years earlier with Women’s World. In fall 2020, Cher’s Spanish version of Chiquitita became her first song to chart on a US Latin chart, reaching number six on the US Billboard Latin Digital Songs chart.

Below is a sampling of Cher hits from the 1960s, 1970s, 1980s, 1990s, 2000s, and 2010s.

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Birthday Tribute: Scenes from Cher’s movies!

Once I started, I could not stop!

Was only going to feature a handful of Cher movies but what fun it was to include almost all of them. Decided to leave out Faithful, Good Times and Chastity but found delicious stuff in all of the others.

Of course we start with the Oscar-winning performance in Moonstruck, Oscar-nominated performance in Silkwood, Cannes Film Festival best actress winning performance in Mask, and Golden Globe-nominated performances in Come Back to the Five and Dime Jimmy Jean Jimmy Dean and If These Walls Could Talk.

Cher has some wonderful moments in The Witches of Eastwick, was solid in Suspect, delicious in Mermaids and all kinds of fun in Stuck on You as an extremely fictionalized version of herself.

Looking back, we wish Cher had made more movies – especially during the time when she turned down such films as Thelma & Louise and War of the Roses. But rock stardom and endless arena tours were clearly more exciting than sitting around waiting to be called to the movie set.

Which is your favorite Cher movie?

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Happy 76th birthday to ageless icon Cher!

MILESTONE: Let’s face it, there has never been anybody else like Cher. And there never will be.

At 76, thank God, she’s still going strong.

She is a forever star who has been a part of our lives since the 1960s when she reached the top of the pop charts as one-half of Sonny and Cher.

Then came television variety show stardom and a string of solo hits before splitting from Sonny.

Cher re-emerged in the early 1980s as an actress who quickly became an Oscar-winning movie star.

Cher then began to disappear for stretches but she resurfaces just enough with tops hits (Believe), the occasional movie (Burlesque, Mamma Mia 2) and new albums (Closer to the Truth, Dancing Queen).

Best of all, pre-pandemic Cher was still performing live both on tour and in Las Vegas, is prolific on Twitter and speaks her mind about politics and more.

It was so wonderful to see Cher receive the Kennedy Center Honors in 2018 which was so well-deserved. It is shameful – absolutely shameful – that she has not been inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame considering she has had a number one single in six different decades and so many classic hits. If they can find room for Dolly Parton, they can find room for Cher. It is a disgrace.

Long live Cher!

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Roger Federer trains for a comeback!

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Snapped! The Ruby Rose stretch!

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“Company” receives their GLAAD Media Award on stage, Matt Doyle pays tribute to Stephen Sondheim

Actor and GLAAD Vito Russo Award honoree Wilson Cruz and GLAAD Chief Communications Officer Rich Ferraro present the cast of Company with their GLAAD Media Award for Outstanding Broadway Production. Tony nominee Matt Doyle accepted the award with LGBTQ cast members and paid tribute to Stephen Sondheim.

Company tied with Thoughts of a Colored Man as winners of the Outstanding Broadway Production category at the 33rd Annual GLAAD Media Awards, which recognizes productions that opened last calendar year 2021.

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Morning Round-Up: Cheyenne Jackson; Trailer for Billy Eichner’s “Bros” movie; French Open & more!

Cheyenne Jackson Debuts a Cheerful Summer Anthem Instinct

Watch the Official Trailer For ‘Bros,’ Billy Eichner’s Gay Rom-Com

There are 7 out LGBTQ women players at the French Open, and 0 men Outsports

Christopher Meloni Is Usually Naked When Working Out At Home Just Jared

Lance Bass Deletes TikTok Video Reenacting Amber Heard’s Testimony of Johnny Depp Allegedly Hitting Her People

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Neil Patrick Harris and David Burtka excited to be friends with new “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills”

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Randy Rainbow basks in being Carol Burnett’s date as comedy legend honored with Sondheim Award

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Cheyenne Jackson did “The Masked Singer” to see how it would feel “to not have people see my face or body”

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“Queer Eye” star Antoni Porowski grateful to be honored by GLSEN with Champions Award in NYC

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Tom Daley stops by “CBS Mornings” to chat about his memoir “Coming Up for Air,” body image and knitting

Tom Daley is the most decorated British diver of all time, winning four Olympic medals, including a gold medal. He joined “CBS Mornings” on Tuesday to discuss his memoir “Coming Up for Air,” about what was really happening both on and off the diving board.

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Morning Man Classic: Steven Ford!

Since today is his 65th birthday, thought I’d shine a spotlight on an early crush of mine: Steven Ford, the son of former U.S. President Gerald Ford and Betty Ford.

Five years after his father left The White House in 1976, Steven joined the cast of The Young and the Restless, creating the role of Private Investigator Andy Richards. He was a regular member of the cast from 1981 to 1987 and briefly from 2002-2003.

He has appeared in minor roles in a number of films and television series, including Escape From New York, Babylon 5: In the Beginning, Armageddon, Black Hawk Down, Starship Troopers, When Harry Met Sally, Heat, Contact, and Transformers. From 1992-1993, he hosted the short-lived series Secret Service.

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Morning Round-Up: Ronen Rubinstein; Reggie Bullock; Justin Timberlake; Clementine Ford; “Hocus Pocus 2″

Ronen Rubinstein Talks the Joy of Tarlos & 9-1-1: Lone Star’s Future

Hocus Pocus 2 gets a release date as Disney unveils first footage: ‘Lock up your children!’

NBA Star Reggie Bullock Is Award Finalist for His LGBTQ+ Advocacy Advocate

Justin Timberlake Reveals What Happened the Night He First Met Ellen DeGeneres Just Jared

Sarah Paulson and Clementine Ford Announce Missing Dog Allegedly Stolen by Rover Sitter Is ‘Home’ People

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Patti LuPone picks up award for “Company”

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Today’s Insta Hunk: Andrew Neighbors!

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Billie Jean King on International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia & Transphobia

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