Thursday, September 13, 2018

Remains of the Day (09/13)


Instagram: Sasha Mielczarek gives Tom Cruise's "Old Time Rock 'n' Roll" moment a try

CNBC: Sen. Dianne Feinstein refers mysterious letter about Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh to federal authorities

Dlisted: Debra Messing rages at "self-righteous narcissist" Susan Sarando for giving credit to Trump for inspiring women: "STFU!"

Page Six: Jennifer Love Hewitt got drunk on vodka with Betty White

Towleroad: Gus Kenworthy got caught in the middle of briefs-clad Matt and Dan's uncomfortably sexy Season 2 preview

Deadline: NBC developing comedy from Jim Parsons about gay inn owners


Bay Area Reporter: Everybody's wrong in NLGJA trans fiasco (guest opinion)

Boy Culture: "Billy on the Street" is back ... with Emma Stone

Do You Remember?: I'm still not going to watch, but Nancy McKeon and John Schneider might be the best "Dancing With the Stars" guests to date!

Herald-Mail: Candice Bergen has changed her mind about her pal, ousted CBS chief Leslie Moonves

The Randy Report: GOP congressman thinks orphanages might be a better "possibility" for kids than gay adoption

HuffPost: New York Fashion Week show featured 34 trans, non-binary models


Twitter: Martina Navratilova and now Chris Evert Lloyd Mill Norman seem to agree with me about the Serena Williams debacle at the U.S. Open, which people who know nothing about the game are convinced they have figured out

New York Post: Boy George has a new album -- and a zen take on his crazy life

Made in Brazil: Gabriel Calamari looks good enough to eat

Baseline: This photo of Borna Coric and Stevie Johnson -- who meet in Davis Cup this weekend -- has gay porn written all over it

Jeremiah's Vanishing New York: The missing sign from the 2nd Avenue Deli -- where owner Abe Lebewohl was executed in 1996 in a crime that was never solved -- has been found

OMG Blog: Gabriel Da Costa jerks his meat in "Even Lovers Get the Blues"


Hot Cat of the Day: I never said cats weren't jerks ...

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