Angel Haze is a 22-year-old rapper who has already set the musical world and internet on fire with her poignant honesty and the electrifying rhythm in her remix of "Same Love" -- and her album hasn’t even been released yet.
Universal Studios today posted a notice on its website that it would be discontinuing "Bill and Ted's Excellent Halloween Adventure," a show which ran during "Halloween Horror Nights" at Universal Studios Hollywood.
This Sunday watch the "Bridegroom" TV premiere and a special "Oprah's Next Chapter" with Wanda Sykes, Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Dan Bucatinsky on OWN. There will be special screening of "Bridegroom" with Q&A at Chicago's Wrigley Field before the TV premiere.
Tucker Carlson, best known as a Fox News commentator and former bow-tie enthusiast, managed to attack Media Matters, the group's founder, the gay community, and Hillary Clinton, in one fell swoop. It was as efficient as it was offensive.
Larry took the Spirit Day pledge earlier this month to support LGBT youth and stand up against bullying by wearing purple. So, in return, he got a trip for two to Las Vegas, where he met country-pop musical sensation Shania Twain.
Ari South, whose fashion line uses her former name, Andy South, was a top three finalist on season eight of "Project Runway." After transitioning from Andy to Ari, she now returns for a brand new season of "Project Runway: All Stars." We conducted an interview with Ari about the changes in her life and the goals she has for this competition.
Level Ground is an organization dedicated to starting dialogues through art about faith and the LGBT community, with the goal of demonstrating that the two are not in opposition to one another, as they are so often depicted. With this in mind, last year the organization hosted its very first film festival, screening faith-oriented LGBT films and sparking discussions around religious messages about the LGBT community at Fuller Theological Seminary.
On Monday, October 28 the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences will be hosting a panel in Los Angeles about the state of LGBT representation on television ten years after the publication of Stephen Tropiano's book The Prime Time Closet: A History of Gays and Lesbians on TV. RSVP now.