Haven’t had a chance to actually listen to this yet but plan to soon. Rosie O’Donnell chats with the multi-talented star of stage and screen Jenifer Lewis on her Onward podcast! It should be mighty interesting!
Late Night Round-Up: Conor McDermott-Mostowy; Billie Jean King; Whoopi Goldberg; Tennis Round-Up & more!
Introducing Out Speed Skater Conor McDermott-Mostowy Instinct
Billie Jean King Calls for Tennis to Come Together After Controversial Season-Finale Advocate
Whoopi Goldberg slams critics of Dolly Parton’s revealing cheerleader outfit: ‘Bite me’ EW.com
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Kirk Cousins supports Focus On The Family, one of America’s most anti-LGBTQ organizations Outsports
Matt Bomer Takes His Dark, Sexy Turn: “I Got to Be the Bad Boy” Vanity Fair
Colman Domingo Won’t Be Hidden: Out100 2023’s Visibility Award Honoree Takes Center Stage Out.com
Will & Grace star Eric McCormack’s Wife Janet Leigh Files for Divorce After 26 Years of Marriage People
Dustin Lance Black thanks family and “true friends” after legal victory Queerty
Patricia Cornwell: ‘I was outed as gay in the 1990s by a Vanity Fair article Telegraph
The queen of rock and roll had several health setbacks in her later years including a stroke and suffered the loss of a son in 2018. But after completing a new autobiography she showed in interviews that she was one helluva survivor. In the fall of 2018, a musical based on her life opened on Broadway.
She had come back from years of domestic violence at the hands of ex-husband and ex-singing partner Ike Turner with whom she had such hits as A Fool in Love, River Deep – Mountain High, Proud Mary and Nutbush City Limits.
On her own she had been a far bigger star with so many hits including Simply the Best, Let’s Stay Together, We Don’t Need Another Hero , Better Be Good to Me, Private Dancer, I Don’t Wanna Fight, Typical Male and What You Get Is What You See.
We will never forget this legend!
Cher talks about collaborating with Stevie Wonder and Darlene Love on her Christmas album and writing her memoir before splitting a frozen hot chocolate from her favorite spot in New York City.
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Paul Mescal & Andrew Scott Discuss Their Intimacy in All of Us Strangers Out.com
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Through good living, great attitudes, and a bit of plastic surgery here and there, Cher and Dolly Parton have succeeded in bypassing the aging process. Both 77, the entertainment legends dazzled television audiences with live performances today.
Cher performed DJ Play a Christmas Song at today’s Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade. The song is the lead single of her 2023 album Christmas.
Meanwhile, Dolly stole the show during her halftime performance at Thursday’s game between the Cowboys and the Washington Commanders. Dressed as a member of the Dallas Cowboys cheerleading squad, Parton captivated the AT&T Stadium crowd as well the national TV audience. with her hit song Jolene as well as 9 to 5 and a rendition of Queen’s We are the Champions.
Brad Pitt received a well-deserved guest actor Emmy nomination for his performance in this classic episode of Friends.
He plays a high school classmate of Ross, Rachel and Monica who may look like the sexiest man alive but used to weigh 150 pounds more and still hates Rachel for being mean to him in high school.
Rachel (played by, of course, Jennifer Aniston) walks in and Pitt says: “My two biggest enemies: Rachel Green and carbohydrates.”
When his husband Gabriel (Billy Porter) files for divorce, Nicky (Luke Evans) fights for custody of their eight year-old son Owen, as he struggles to come to terms with what it means to love someone and what it means to be a father.