There's a little less drama surrounding Bravo's "Project Runway."
Though there's still a handful of designers left on the show--episode nine airs on Wednesday--two finalists were revealed in photos that surfaced from Fashion Week in New York on Friday. So if you don't want to know who strutted their fashion stuff during the taping of the show's finale, stop here.
Otherwise, your answer (and photos) is after the jump. READ MORE »
Logo steps into the realm of gay jocks and basketball with the premiere tonight of "Shirts & Skins."
The six-episode series follows the Rock Dogs, a gay amateur basketball team, as they prepared for the National Gay Basketball Association championships earlier this year. The show is set in a loft in San Francisco's Mission District as six of the team's 12 players live together for more than three weeks as they practice and play.
"Shirts & Skins" doesn't shy away from skin or drama, but digs a little deeper than most reality television shows and includes a healthy dose of on-the-court action that helps it stand out from other reality TV. These guys can hoop, after all.
One of the six teammates living in the loft is Rory Ray, a web developer who joined the Rock Dogs in 2002 and now lives in New York City.
There's more after the jump.
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Growing up in a Mormon house with five athletic brothers and a football coach father taught Rory Ray lessons about himself, sports and family. It also unwittingly helped prepare him for his latest gig as a member of an ensemble cast on the newest entrant into reality television.
This offering, though, provides a new twist. Logo’s “Shirts & Skins” ventures into the locker-room with a candid look at an amateur basketball team that can dribble and dunk with skill yet also happens to have a roster full of gay men. READ MORE »
"The Boys in the Band"
are about to break up.
The show, about gay life in the 1960s and 1970s, hits the stage at Whole World Theater for the last few times beginning tonight. It's five-week run ends with an 8 p.m. show on Saturday.
Read a recent preview
of the show in Southern Voice. READ MORE »
Oh, that silly Ellen DeGeneres.
Apparently new wife Portia de Rossi isn't enough to keep Ellen in check. Michelle Obama joined DeGeneres' show on Monday and as the two danced before their chat, it appears as if DeGeneres givers her a look. You know, the look.
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That D-list diva Kathy Griffin swept into town on Friday to deliver her stand up routine to two sold out crowds at the Fox.
Leading up to the show, she did a Q&A
in which she didn't hold back.
Between shows, I eat peanut butter for energy. … I have a rider that says I have to have peanut butter backstage. I know that I should probably have cocaine and hookers. But it’s just peanut butter and a plastic spoon. As a double Emmy nominee, I think I should start demanding a silver spoon, or at least some kind of metal.
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution includes a photo album
from the event.
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"Project Ruwnay" just got bounced.
As the fifth season airs now on Bravo, plans for its move to Lifetime and a sixth season beginning this fall are being put on hold. READ MORE »
Outkast's Andre 3000 admits to dressing well, but not to being gay.
"People feel like, just because you like to dress well ... that don't mean you're gay. I don't know where that came from." READ MORE »
Lesbian Rachel Maddow is bringing her liberal take on life to television on a new show
debuting this week on MSNBC.
And she does so at a time when the cable network is coming under increasing fire for what critics called its politicized coverage of the recent presidential nominating conventions.
Maddow, a 35-year-old lesbian and host of a show on Air America, brings with her an usual background for a television host, even one on MSNBC. She's a Rhodes Scholar and AIDS activist who's now working on a book about the role of the military in U.S. politics. READ MORE »
The boys from "Noah's Arc" were in town over the weekend to help celebrate Black Gay Pride and plug their new flick
that opens Oct. 24.
After two seasons on Logo, the drama is moving to the big screen for "Noah's Arc: Jumping the Broom"
and the enterprise is drawing comparisons to "Sex & the City." Let's hope the the movie finds as much success as the big screen adaptation of Sarah Jessica Parker and hew group of girls.
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