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February 5, 2013

Pauley Perrette, Dot Jones, Greg Louganis and Dave Koz lend their support to musical inspired by anti-bullying effort

Headliner LeAnn Rimes was sidelined by the flu but Lily Tomlin, Pauley Perrette, Dot Jones, Dave Koz, Jai Rodriguez and Greg Louganis were among the stars on hand over the weekend for the Los Angeles kickoff of a nationwide tour of the musical It Gets Better.

The show, inspired by the It Gets Better anti-bullying campaign, features an ensemble cast of six actors - members of the Gay Mens Chorus of Los Angeles - whose real-life stories of growing up gay are woven into the production.

November 26, 2012

Alan Cumming, Lance Bass, BD Wong and others weigh in

Bisexual actress Lindsay Lohan's portrayal of screen icon Elizabeth Taylor in the television movie Liz and Dick drew pans from critics but gay celebrities seemed to have a rollicking good time with it on Twitter.

BD Wong, the Tony Award winning actor (M Butterfly) best known for his long-running roles in Law & Order: SVU and OZ, was among those who live-tweeted throughout the airing of the film on the Lifetime network on Sunday (25 November).

August 8, 2012

GSN Interview:  'It's been a struggle to re-educate everyone that I was an actor before Queer Eye'

Landing the role of a sassy music agent on the new ABC Reba McEntire sitcom Malibu Country is more than just another job for Jai Rodriguez.

It's his best opportunity yet to re-establish himself as an actor after achieving fame as one of the 'fab five' of the Emmy-winning Queer Eye which ran for five seasons on Bravo.

August 8, 2012

GSN Interview:  'It's been a struggle to re-educate everyone that I was an actor before Queer Eye'

Landing the role of a sassy music agent on the new ABC Reba McEntire sitcom Malibu Country is more than just another job for Jai Rodriguez.

It's his best opportunity yet to re-establish himself as an actor after achieving fame as one of the 'fab five' of the Emmy-winning Queer Eye which ran for five seasons on Bravo.