The GLAAD Wrap: People’s Choice Awards nominees; new music videos by Lil Nas X, Miley Cyrus, Adam Lambert; new albums from The Highwomen and MUNA!

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) Pose star Indya Moore is set to star in a new family feature film by Netflix: Babysitter's Guide to Monster HuntingBased on the first book in the series by Joe Ballarini, the film will follow first-time babysitter Kelly Ferguson, whose charge is kidnapped by the Boogeyman. She then discovers a secret society of fierce babysitters who protect children — and an entire world of monsters she will have to fight in order to save the child she's looking after. The film will be directed by Rachel Talalay.

2) Out creator Ryan Murphy has released the next wave of plans for his original content as part of his overall deal with Netflix. New projects include a 10-episode A Chorus Line miniseries, a limited series biopic about the designer Halston starring Ewan McGregor, a docu-series about Andy Warhol, and a docu-series called A Secret Love, the story of a closeted lesbian couple who came out in their 80s.

3) Netflix announced this week that Grace & Frankie is set to end after its seventh and final season. Season 6 is set to premiere in January 2020. Meanwhile, Netflix has ordered a third season for Elite. Be sure to catch the Season 2 premiere today, September 6th; watch the official trailer below. In other TV news, a trailer was released this week for the upcoming sixteenth season of ABC's Grey's Anatomy.

4) Lil Nas X released a video for his newest single “Panini.” You can watch the video from the out singer and rapper below. Additionally, out musician Leon Else has released the lyric video to his new single “Easy Love.” Listen to the new song here, and find it for purchase and streaming here. Out rapper Snow Tha Product also dropped a new music video, featuring cameos by her fiance, for her track "Butter." Check out the video here, and find the track for purchase here on iTunes.

5) Miley Cyrus has dropped the video for her new song "Slide Away" which she recently performed at the MTV VMAs, about her recent split from ex-husband Liam Hemsworth. Check out the video below, and find links to purchase and stream here. In other music news, out musician Girl in Red (Marie Ulven) released a new ep this week, Chapter 2. Find it for purchase here.

6) Out musician Adam Lambert released the music video for his new single “Superpower” this week. You can watch the video here and pre-order his upcoming EP Velvet: Side A here, out Sept. 27th. Also, pop sensation Kim Petras has joined out singer Max for a new version of the song “Love Me Less.” You can listen to the track here. In other collab news, bi musician Tove Lo has released a new track, "Really Don't Like U", with pop icon Kylie Minogue. Tove Lo's new album, Sunshine Kitty, will drop September 20.

7) In more music news, out singer King Princess has released a new song called “Ain’t Together.” You can listen to the song below, and catch her debut album Cheap Queen due sometime this fall. Youtuber Kalen Allen has made a Beyoncé tribute video in honor of the singer’s birthday on September 4th. Watch the out creator’s recreation of Queen Bey’s iconic moments here. Young M.A has also dropped a new video for "PettyWap 2," the follow up to her hit 2018 track "PettyWap." Check out the video here, her new album Herstory in the Making is out September 27.

8) The all-women country group The Highwomen’s self-titled debut album is out today. The Highwomen is made up of out musician Brandi Carlile, along with Natalie Hemby, Maren Morris, and Amanda Shires. Read a track-by-track analysis of the album by Rolling Stone here, and listen to their most recent single “Highwomen” below. Stream or buy your copy today!

9) In other album release news, queer pop girl-group MUNA’s sophomore album Saves the World is out today; watch the video to their latest single “Stayaway” below. Post Malone’s newest album Hollywood’s Bleeding, also out today, features a song with an appearance by out singer Halsey called “Die for Me.”

10) To celebrate Freddie Mercury's birthday on Sept. 5th, Universal Music Group has created an animated music video to his 1985 solo song, "Love Me Like There's No Tomorrow." While it's not explicitly about Mercury, the video does explore the themes of his work and real-life struggle with HIV and AIDS through the lense of two white blood cells, depicted as gay lovers. The tribute comes from Esteban Bravo and Beth David, who also directed the short film "In A Heartbeat," which was given a Special Recognition Award at the 29th Annual GLAAD Media Awards.

11) Two novels centered around queer women were released this week. The first, Cantoras: A Novel by Carolina De Robertis, follows the lives of five women over 35 years set against the backdrop of the 1970s Uruguayan dictatorship. You can purchase the book here or at your local bookstore. The second, The Secrets We Kept: A Novel by Lara Prescott, is an espionage tale set in the late 50s focusing on the storied publication of Doctor Zhivago, and the two female spies swept up in a clandestine affair of their own. Order the book here or visit your local bookstore for a copy.

12) The finalists for the E! People’s Choice Awards 2019 have been announced, and include a number of LGBTQ entertainers and LGBTQ-inclusive media. Riverdale, Stranger Things, Modern Family, Orange is the New Black, The Umbrella Academy, The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, and RuPaul’s Drag Race were among the television shows nominated for awards. Queer Eye is up for Reality Show, while two of its stars, Jonathan Van Ness and Antoni Porowski, are nominated for Reality Star. Van Ness’ podcast Getting Curious is also up for Pop Podcast. Jim Parsons of The Big Bang Theory is nominated for Comedy TV Star, while Wanda Sykes’ Netflix special Not Normal is up for Comedy Act. Bisexual women Tessa Thompson and Lady Gaga are both nominated for awards, as are Halsey and Miley Cyrus. Lil Nas X has nominations in two different musical categories, while Panic! At the Disco and Sam Smith also grabbed noms for their work this year. Finally, Megan Rapinoe from the World Cup-winning U.S. Women’s soccer team was nominated as the Game Changer of 2019 for her work on equal pay. You can vote online for your favorites now through October 18th at, via Twitter, or for select categories on Xfinity X1, and be sure to catch a recap of the nominees below. The awards show airs Sunday, November 10 at 9p ET/PT on E!

13) Kevin J. Nguyen is a Vietnamese American writer, producer, and director who makes videos that feature stories from marginalized voices and are about social justice. Blue Suit is his newest film, in which John and Henry, two gay Asian American friends living in LA, grapple with romantic feelings and their own relationship. Check out the project’s Kickstarter page here, and consider contributing to help them reach their goal.