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On break from packing for Olympics, Tom Daley and Dustin Lance Black take kids out for hike

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Morning Man Classic: Grant Goodeve!

Grant Goodeve played the dreamy older brother on the classic ABC series Eight Is Enough and also sang the theme song on the beloved show which ran from 1977 to 1981 and also had a couple of wonderful reunion movies.

Grant, who turns 72 today, is aging exceptionally well and looks as handsome as he ever did.

When the pilot for Eight is Enough was shot, the role of David was played by Mark Hamill, the actor who went on to play Luke Skywalker in the original Star Wars Trilogy. Goodeve took over the role once the show was greenlit as a series which starred Dick Van Patten as the family patriarch and future Broadway legend Betty Buckley as the beautiful, young stepmother.

After the show left the air, Grant appeared for a few years on ABC’s One Life to Live, appeared in several episodes of Murder, She Wrote,and had a recurring role on Northern Exposure.

He also dd guest spots on TJ Hooker, The Love Boat, Dynasty and Fantasy Island and reprised his role of David Bradford in a pair of Eight is Enough TV movies.

More recently, Grant appeared in two episodes of the 2017 revival of Twin Peaks and that same year was in the film The Case for Christ. In 2018, he was in the film County Line. He has also hosted the TV show Northwest Backroads since 1999.

Happy birthday to Grant – and thanks for the memories.

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Snapped! Rebel Wilson at Wimbledon!

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Friday Round-Up: Olympians; Ricky Martin; Jason Mraz; Busy Philipps; Rylan; Paul Mescal & more!

40 LGBTQ+ athletes we’ll be rooting for at the 2024 Olympics Out.com

Ricky Martin turns leather daddy for new fashion shoot… and wants you to “drink your milk” Queerty

Here’s the sad reason why Jason Mraz didn’t come out sooner Out.com

The Advocates 2024: Actress and ally Busy Philipps Advocate

Rylan shares ‘the best thing’ to come from his breakdown and divorce: ‘I’m very lucky’ Attitude

Paul Mescal on Bulking Up for ‘Gladiator 2’ Role Instinct

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Alec Mapa’s reasons to celebrate!

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Wednesday Round-Up: Colman Domingo; Rosie O’Donnell; Jason Hackett; Gus Kenworthy; Rachel Maddow

Colman Domingo responds to Michael Jackson biopic controversy: ‘Everyone has a story’ EW.com

Rosie O’Donnell doesn’t mince words on SCOTUS granting Trump immunity: “He’s a truly sick man” Queerty

Gus Kenworthy’s open letter to the LGBTQ+ Paris Olympians Out.com

Newly out TV anchor Jason Hackett celebrated his first Pride by marching with his co-workers & friends Queerty

Rachel Maddow calls Supreme Court’s Trump immunity decision a ‘death squad ruling’ Advocate

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Happy 77th birthday to the great Betty Buckley – let’s celebrate with some of her performances!

When you hear Betty Buckley sing, there is no mistaking it for anybody else.

This lady, who celebrates her 77th birthday today, is simply one of a kind.

She had appeared on Broadway in Pippin and 1776 before gaining widespread fame as Abby Bradford on ABC’s Eight is Enough. When the show left the air in 1981, it was back to Broadway and the Tony-winning role of Grizabella in Cats.

Other shows followed including Song and Dance, The Mystery of Edwin Drood, Triumph of Love and as a smash replacement for Glenn Close in Sunset Boulevard. She had previously replaced Patti LuPone in the London production of Sunset Boulevard. More recently, she starred in the title role in the national tour of Hello, Dolly! which I saw at the Pantages Theatre. I also saw Miss Buckley in Grey Gardens at the Ahmanson Theatre.

Here are some standout performances from throughout the years plus the bottom video is a recent tour Miss Buckley took to some of the Broadway theaters where she has performed:






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Today’s Morning Man: Patrick Wilson!

I’m a huge fan of the talented and oh-so gorgeous Patrick Wilson who turns 51 today.

He’s had success on Broadway and on television but it is his movie career that seems to be hottest in recent years portraying Orm Marius/Ocean Master in Aquaman and co-starring in the action thriller The Commuter. His other films include The Phantom of the Opera, The Alamo, Lakeview Terrace, Hard Candy, Little Children, Watchmen, The Founder, Insidious, Insidious: Chapter 2, and as demonologist Ed Warren in James Wan’s supernatural horror films The Conjuring and The Conjuring 2.

A few months ago, I finally watched Space Station 1976 in which Wilson plays the closeted gay captain to a spacecraft. Glee’s Matthew Morrison has a small role as his ex-lover and Matt Bomer plays a married man with a kid who is really in love with Liv Tyler’s character. Check it out sometime!

On Broadway Wilson was in The Full Monty, Oklahoma!, All My Sons, and Barefoot in the Parkand on television he starred in Fargo, Angels in America and the short-lived CBS series A Gifted Man which was canceled far too quickly by CBS. It was expected since the series did struggle in the ratings but I always enjoyed the show – especially when Patrick’s shirt was off!

So shallow, I know, but so true!

Patrick is a two-time Tony Award nominee and has also been nominated for an Emmy and a Golden Globe .

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Happy 23rd to Brad Goreski and Gary Janetti!

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WATCH: Kathleen Turner on being a gay Icon, Hollywood’s unoriginality, & playing Serial Mom


Legendary actress Kathleen Turner joins Lovett or Leave It live in Boston to talk about everything from Michael Douglas and her disappointment with Francis Ford Coppola to her work with John Waters on Serial Mom, being a gay icon, and playing Chandler’s dad on Friends.

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“Noah’s Arc” castmates Darryl Stephens and Rodney Chester share moments from a very special Pride weekend

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Inside Laverne Cox’s Tribeca apartment!


Let’s explore the stunning studio apartment of Laverne Cox. The actress and activist actually discovered her architect — Robert Garneau — while watching the show Open House one day. Garneau specializes in imaginative solutions for small spaces and Laverne says she knew he’d be the perfect collaborator to help transform 634 sq ft of blank space into a welcoming Tribeca abode that exudes a sense of luxury and maximizes every nook and cranny to its fullest potential. From the fabulous kitchen with its ample storage options through customized walnut cabinetry with a brass inlay and gray tundra backsplash to a Mugler perfume fountain that functions as both a sprucing station and art piece to the relaxing bathroom with its dark green marble bathtub, sensual-yet-understated chandelier, and LED lighting system that you can adjust with a dimmer — and of course, the main living space that doubles as a dining room, and features a backlit onyx table that descends from the millwork, an exclusive closet for Laverne’s wigs, and a hidden “Murphy glam room” that is dotted with tiny sparkling lights reminiscent of diamonds — it’s safe to say: mission accomplished!

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Today’s Insta Hunk: Stephen Mark Lukas!

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Monday Round-Up: Sir Ian McKellen; Brandon Flynn; David Tennant; Trixie Mattel; Timo Cavelius; Paula Pell & more!

Sir Ian McKellen pulls out of theatre tour after stage fall ‘with the greatest reluctance’ Attitude

Brandon Flynn wishes everyone happy Pride by showing off his manspread Queerty

7 times ‘Doctor Who’ star David Tennant proved he’s the ultimate LGBTQ+ ally Advocate

Trixie Mattel perfectly drags unprepped host who did no research before interviewing her Out.com

‘Girls5Eva’s’ Paula Pell accepts the Impact award at the 2024 Queerty Pride50 Queerty

Timo Cavelius will be first out gay man to compete in Olympic judo Outsports

Weekend Tennis Round-Up Kenneth in the 212

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Conrad Ricamora talks queer joy, the importance of representation on screen, and more!

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Bette Midler reveals details on ‘Hocus Pocus 3’

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20-time Wimbledon champion Billie Jean King returns to the All England Club for 62nd time!

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See Tom Daley diving in tiny red speedo!

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Weekend Round-Up: David Archuleta; President Biden; Jinkx Monsoon; Colman Domingo & more!

David Archuleta hopes his new song can help parents understand their LGBTQ+ kids EW.com

President Biden at Stonewall’s 55th anniversary: The LGBTQ+ community ‘set an example for the world’ Advocate

Jinkx Monsoon on trans identity and taking centre stage: ‘I was always going to end up here’ Attitude

Colman Domingo Recalls Working With Late Costar Chadwick Boseman Just Jared

Audra McDonald & Brooke Shields open up about theater legacy & Pride Month messages Out.com

Bobby Berk may hit campaign trail for Biden, speak at DNC The Blade

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