Birthday shoutouts go to Carter Oosterhouse (above), who is 37, Alison Sweeney is 37, Kevin Zegers is 29, and Tegan and Sara are 33.
Anti-Gay Law Blamed for Cancellation of Selena Gomez Concerts.
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Ellen talks to the Home Depot proposal couple.
Some former cast members from The Real World /Road Rules Challenges appeared on Watch What Happens Live last night, and Danny Roberts had the most interesting response when asked if he hooked up with anyone during the show.
Chris Evans and a heavily prosthetic covered (prostheticized?) Tilda Swinton star in Snowpiercer, about a train circling the planet with the whole of human civilization aboard. It’s a fascinating concept, and you can see the latest trailer below
Here’s the latest preview for Sean Saves The World. Megan Hilty can make anything better. Or can she?
Via NewNowNext comes Drag Race star Ivy Winters interviewing Jackie Hoffman, Lea DeLaria, Rebecca Glasscock and Patrick Stewart at the U.S. premiere of Anna Nicole: The Opera
And here’s The Weekly ShoutOUT™. Each week we’re going to focus on one out athlete/performer and feature a daily pic and career timeline. We’ll be showcasing the big names, but also the lesser-known gay celebs who deserve more recognition. This week we give a ShoutOUT to … Dan Bucatinsky.
Dan has had a long, successful partnership with Lisa Kudrow, and their latest collaboration is the star-studded Web Therapy
And now we have the 50 GREATEST LOST HITS OF THE 90’S! I’ve often ragged on the pop music of the 90’s for being an arid desert devoid of fun, but there were bright spots, including these 50 songs, which should have performed better on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. Like The 100 Greatest Lost Hits Of The 80’s countdown, this list is very female-centric (what can I say, I like rock chicks), but hopefully, some of these pop gems may trigger a long dormant memory.
At #38 is … “Anything Is Possible” by Debbie Gibson. The first of two songs from Debbie on the list, it was the title track from her ill-fated third album. Unfortunately for Debbie, musical tastes were changing in the early 90’s, and the teen wave that swept her into the upper reaches of the chart had subsided. Both the album and the single failed to make an impact, with the album reaching #41, and the song stalling at #26 in January 1991. Sadly, it would be Debbie’s final Top 40 hit, and she would only hit the Hot 100 one more time a couple of years later (which we’ll see further down on this list).
Congrats to No One! Nobody guessed that yesterday’s Pixuzzle™ © ® was Project Runway.
Here’s today’s Pixuzzle™ © ®. Here are characters from a famous TV show. Can you name it?
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