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July 9, 2014

Show is first scripted series from network best known for Real Housewives franchise

Bravo, the network best known for its Real Housewives franchise, is launching its first scripted series and has lined up Laverne Cox as a guest star.

Cox, who last month was featured on the cover of Time Magazine, will appear in an episode of Girlfriends' Guide to Divorce which stars Lisa Edelstein as a recently divorced self-help writer.

Cox will portray a character by the name of Adele Northrop who is a Pulitzer Prize-winning war journalist and LGBT advocate. Northrop will be presenting who presents an award at a marriage equality gala.

October 19, 2013

The men from Queer Eye will share some dirt about who hooked up during the show's run

The five gay men who offered fashion tips to their straight peers will dish all the gossip about the show.

It's been 10 years since Queer Eye for the Straight Guy first aired. Tomorrow (20 October), the original quintet will sit down to talk with Bravo's Andy Cohen.

The show airs at 9pm (local time).

September 6, 2013

Nick Gruber looks to the future in his interview with Gay Star News

Give Nick Gruber and his public relations firm, PlanetPR, credit.

May 4, 2013

First Lady Michelle Obama will attend fundraising event for LGBT Democrats that will be hosted by Bravo's Andy Cohen

In late May, First Lady Michelle Obama will attend a New York City fundraiser for an arm of the Democratic Party committed to LGBT issues.

According to a report from the website Politico the 29 May affair will be hosted by Andy Cohen, the Vice President of Development for the television channel Bravo. Cohen is an out gay man.

December 20, 2012

First guests to be Jane Lynch and gay icon Liza Minnelli

Kathy Griffin loves to push the envelope and will have the opportunity to make TV censors even more nervous when her weekly Bravo talk show Kathy goes live next month.

The very gay-friendly show, which debuted earlier this year, has already lined up its first guests: Glee star Jane Lynch and the legendary Liza Minnelli.

November 20, 2012

Re-enacts Trumps Twitter wars with Cher, Rosie O'Donnell and Star Jones

Do you ever wonder what Donald Trump would sound like if he were hurling his many Twitter insults to such celebrities as Cher, Rosie O'Donnell and Star Jones verbally instead of typing them in 140 characters or less?

Wonder no more!

Bravo executive Andy Cohen, host of the network's Watch What Happens Live and the Real Housewives reunion specials, guested on The Wendy Williams Show and debuted a hilarious Trump impersonation.

July 27, 2012

Comedienne's weekly hour on Bravo network is heavy on gay content

Kathy Griffin's weekly talk show was deemed by guest Jane Fonda as 'the weirdest show I've ever done in my life' and had another guest, Anderson Cooper, saying on the air: 'Bitch, what the f-- are you doing?'

Bravo announced on Thursday (26 July) that the fun on Kathy will continue for a second season.

April 17, 2012

Tells Gay Star News: 'Honey, you are my demographic'

Kathy Griffin's new weekly talk show debuts Thursday (19 April) on the Bravo network and the outspoken comedienne tells Gay Star News she knows darn well who her audience is.

'Honey, you are my demographic,' she said during a conference call this morning.

'The struggle on this show is to get one f***ing heterosexual [viewer]. This show is basically straight bashing at this point. We are very, very LGBTQI-friendly. We talk about those issues. ... My tentacles have been reaching into the community for a long time.'

March 8, 2012

'For a homophobe, he sure is obsessed with bananas'

Kathy Griffin's new weekly talk show on the Bravo cable network does not premiere until April 19.

But if the gay-friendly comedienne were already on the air, she says she would be sounding off on Kirk Cameron who last Friday said on CNN's Piers Morgan Tonight that homosexuality is ‘unnatural,’ ‘detrimental,’ and ‘ultimately destructive,’

January 10, 2012

Bravo's reality star is expanding her horizons beyond beauty salons

Outspoken and intense, Tabatha Coffey had spent more than three years on television helping turn around hair salons in danger of closing on her show Tabatha's Salon Takeover.

As the series has its fourth season premiere tonight on Bravo, it has a new name - Tabatha Takes Over - and an expanded premise: Coffey is helping all different kinds of businesses turn themselves around.

January 9, 2012

Bravo executive's Watch What Happens Live now airing five nights a week

Andy Cohen had no plans to become the first openly gay talk show host in the history of U.S. television.

But it has happened because as an executive at Bravo, he launched a blog and a boozy little online show called Watch What Happens Live.

It soon turned into a weekly show featuring big-name guests, more booze, and plenty of the network's personalities from such shows as the Real Housewives franchise.

On Sunday, the show transitioned to a five-nights-a-week affair and has installed a full bar on the set as part of the expansion.

January 9, 2012

Reality star excited to have new show as he strikes out on his own

With his new Bravo show, It's a Brad Brad World airing its second episode tonight, Brad Goreski chatted with Gay Star News about how things have been going since last week's premiere.

'Life has been really good,' he said during a chat at Friday's NBC-Universal party in Pasadena. 'The show premiered really, really well and the response has been great which is all you can hope for.'