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Flagrant Flashback: Pryor, Midler, Tomlin Headline Controversial 1977 Gay Rights Benefit

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Just over 40 years ago, a monumental event took place in the world-famous Hollywood Bowl. “The Star-Spangled Night for Rights” was the extravaganza produced by Bette Midler’s manager Aaron Russo, held on September 18, 1977. The night was conceived and promoted by Save Our Human Rights Foundation, a group based in San Francisco comprised mostly…

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Viva Gaga! Vegas Residency, ‘Star Is Born’ Remake Coming Next Year

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There’s an unspoken rule in the music industry that in order to be a next-level queer icon and “that bitch,” you have to complete a Las Vegas residency. Lady Gaga is finally THAT bitch. While we continue our Las Fat-ass residencies of bingeing on The Crown, Gaga will pocket a cool $14 million for performing…

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‘Tutti Frutti’ Singer Little Richard Claims He Is No Longer Fruity

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Little Richard has chosen his Maker over makeup. The ordained minister and self-described architect of rock-and-roll, in a rare interview with Christian program 3ABN Today Live, claims that in preparation for Judgment Day, he is no longer gay or dresses flamboyantly, declaring “my life is worth more than powder.” The idol of The Beatles and…

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‘The First Wives Club’ Reboot Heading To TV

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In this increasingly confusing and complex world, even the slightest bit of familiarity can be comforting — even if that familiarity just involves another Bette Midler remake coming our way. But this still stings. As if it weren’t already enough to assault our common decency with a Hocus Pocus remake, the evil, soulless anarchists of…

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Trick Or Treat? ‘Hocus Pocus’ Remake In The Works

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When Hocus Pocus was theatrically released in 1993, it was received with mixed reviews despite an impressive cast of Bette Midler, Kathy Najimy and Sarah Jessica Parker as the Sanderson Sisters of Salem. The film has amassed an impressive cult following (of people who grew up in the ’90s and gay men), due in part…

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Barbra, Bette, Cher Find New Common Ground: Disgust With Trump

Featured, Politics  

Barbra Streisand. Bette Midler. Cher. Sure, they’re all diva entertainers of a certain age but listing the specific qualities shared by these three gay faves would require an essay the length of an encyclopedia. Our favorite is easy, however. It’s the intense disgust they feel toward our current president, each in a distinct way similar…

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