The GLAAD Wrap: 'Black Lightning,' 'Jane the Virgin' and more CW renewals, Elton tribute albums 'Revamp' and 'Restoration' out now, and more!

Every week, the GLAAD Wrap brings you LGBTQ-related entertainment news highlights, fresh stuff to watch out for, and fun diversions to help you kick off the weekend!

1) Blockers hits theaters this weekend. The story follows three high school senior girls who decide to make a pact: to lose their virginities on prom night. Once their parents hear about this plan, drama ensues as they do whatever they can to stop it. The film also involves a lesbian storyline- as one of the girl's expores her sexuality, family acceptance, and the issues of coming out while in high school. The film is also the directorial debut of Pitch Perfect writer Kay Cannon.

2) The CW has announced that it has renewed ten of its current series, including Crazy Ex-Girlfriend (for a final season), Jane the Virgin, Riverdale, DC's Legends of Tomorrow, and Black Lightning. All of these listed shows include diverse representation of the queer community, introducing new and interesting stories that need to be told. Black Lightning wraps its first season on April 17, but star Nafessa Williams will be at GLAAD's Rising Stars Luncheon next week. Follow @GLAAD on Twitter to keep up with all the happenings! Check out a trailer for the upcoming episode below.

3) The star-studded Elton John tribute albums Revamp and Restoration were released today! The two albums bring together new and iconic stars such as out performers Miley Cyrus, Lady Gaga, Demi Lovato, and Sam Smith, to provide renditions of many of the legend’s songs. The albums also focus specifically on the song-writing partnership that Elton John and Bernie Taupin shared for over 50 years. While Revamp offers us pop versions, Restoration sticks with the country genre. Check out a sample of some of these songs below!

4) An EP titled Universal Love was also released today! The EP includes six covers of popular songs, all of which are queered with pronoun changes or other thematic updates. Artists on the album include Bob Dylan, out musicians St.Vincent, Kele Okereke, Kesha and more! The album was funded by MGM Resorts International, and are intended as wedding anthems, stating that 20 to 30 percent of the weddings held at their resorts are for same-sex couples. Listen to St. Vincent’s contribution “And Then She Kissed Me” below.

5) Charlie Puth has released a new song titled “Done For Me”, which features queer singer and GLAAD Media Award nominee, Kehlani! The song is part of his new album Voicenotes, which will be released on May 11. Kehlani has been appearing in a lot of new music lately, and is also featured on Hayley Kiyoko’s new track, “What I Need.” Check out the lyric video for “Done For Me” below!

6) Imagine Dragon’s frontman Dan Reynolds has announced the second Loveloud Fest! The festival’s mission is to promote “greater love, communication, and understanding” of the LGBTQ community. This year's festival will include performances from Imagine Dragons, Tyler Glenn, Zedd, Grace Vanderwaal, Linkin Park’s Mike Shinoda, and will be hosted by out comedian Cameron Esposito.  The festival takes place Saturday, July 28, in Salt Lake City, Utah, tickets are available now.

7) Grace Ellis’ Moonstruck series has just released its first trade. Vol. 1: Magic to Brew collects issues one through five of this cute supernatural romance. The story follows werewolf Julie and her new girlfriend as they go on a date to a close-up magic show, but everything falls apart when the magician ends up using his powers for evil. The trade is available in paperback edition here!

8) Metrosource, the second largest LGBTQ publication nationally, has partnered with One World Observatory to launch “Reclaiming My Pride,” a national art contest intended to “showcase the spirit of community, creativity, and charity in America’s LGBTQ populace.” Artists are encouraged to enter the contest by submitting a digital file or link of their painting, drawing, photography, sculpture, or even fashion designs! Deadline for submissions is May 18. The grand prize winner will be honored at a private gala on June 20 at One World Observatory in New York City, and featured in a public exhibit, as well as receive coverage in an edition of the magazine. Click here to learn more about the contest!

9) Sean Forsey, the nation’s first acclaimed transgender modern dance choreographer, will kick off a 20-city tour for his new work, “Boys in Trouble.” The tour starts in San Francisco on April 19 and “offers an urgent and timely examination of American masculinity, celebrating expansive queer and trans gender expression.” To see if this tour is coming to your city, and to get tickets to the show, click here!

10) San Diablos is a new supernatural comic series that includes a diverse cast of queer people of color! According to the writer of the series, Aimee Evans, this two-year-long passion project focuses on Veronica Valdez, who discovers, and now must somehow defeat, the supernatural happenings in her city of San Diego. The project is currently seeking funding, so to learn more about the project click here, and watch the Indiegogo video below!