Nyle DiMarco, hot on the heels of his America's Next Top Model win, has been announced the Season 22 champ of Dancing with the Stars. Dancing without being able to hear the music, DiMarco and partner Peta Murgatroyd turned in what many consider the best dance of the entire series leading up to the big win.
Naval plebes stripping to the waist and shimmying up that monument—it never gets old.
Are you Team Hulk Hogan in his legal actions against Gawker? Well, so is nutty, Trump-lovin', gay Libertarian Peter Thiel, who is reportedly bankrolling the right-wing wrestler.
A judge has cleared the way for Bill Cosby to face his only sex-abuse accuser whose claim is not outside the statue of limitations.
Tony winner Lena Hall will reprise her role as Yitzhak in Hedwig and the Angry Inch in San Francisco and L.A.—but she will also play Hedwig for one performance a week, marking the first time anyone has played both.
I’m thrilled to be returning to Hedwig and the Angry Inch, performing not one, but two iconic roles in Los Angeles and my hometown of San Francisco. I have never been one to shy away from a challenge and playing Hedwig has always been a dream of mine. To be able to play both Yitzhak and Hedwig in the same day presents one of the biggest challenges I have seen to date and I’m so excited! Not only will I get to share the stage with my fellow San Francisco native and friend Darren Criss; but I will also get a chance to begin my own journey as the glam rock heroine Hedwig. To tell her story in my hometown and in Los Angeles is the greatest homecoming I can think of, and I am looking forward to sharing this journey with my friends, family and Hedheads.
Hall will appear as Hedwig in: San Francisco, Sunday, October 9 at 7:00 pm; Wednesday, October 12 at 8:00 pm; Wednesday, October 19 at 8:00 pm; and Wednesday, October 26 at 8:00 pm; and in: Los Angeles, Sunday, November 6 at 6:30 pm; Sunday, November 13 at 6:30 pm; Sunday, November 20 at 6:30 pm; and Friday, November 25 at 8:00 pm.
Ricard Vazquez, writing for Outsports, documents his awkward coming-out prior to college compared with how smooth his gay life was at the University of Mary Washington.
Coming out couldn't have been more awkward for me. The summer before my senior year of high school in Virginia, I was with my best friend, Katie Fitzjarrald, at Kohl's. I jokingly prodded her with my elbow and asked, "Do you think that guy is cute?" as I pointed towards an employee who was walking by us. “Yeah, you should go get his number,” she replied.
His college experience sounds like a dream:
With this team, I've never felt more at home. Everybody seemed to be comfortable with it, which in turn helped me grow comfortable with it as well. We treated each other like a family. I no longer felt the discomfort of talking about my love life or answering their questions. Their support pushed me to excel as an individual in the pool.
Read the rest over at Outsports.
Alaska is serving “Anus,” and don't you dare send it back to the kitchen!
Keep reading for the video, and buy the book I wrote with her here ...
Ken Starr: "President Clinton was and perhaps still is the most gifted politician of the baby boomer generation." https://t.co/ezAjkVMNri— POLITICO (@politico) May 24, 2016
Kenneth Starr, who hounded Bill Clinton in the '90s, praises the former POTUS's empathy and redemptive work out of office, sounds regretful.
Most of America either dislikes or hates both Hillary Clinton (admired by only 19%) and Donald Trump (admired by only 10%).
Every knowledgable election expert is predicting an electoral-college landslide for Hillary Clinton. I'm not going to count on anything.
Bernie and Hillary face swap.... pick your candidate pic.twitter.com/IXqFbby6cf— Snapchat Filters (@SnapchatFiIters) March 1, 2016
How one Bernie Sanders supporter is going from feeling the Bern to getting ready for Hillary.
Bernie is going to lose, but that “already won” argument is bearing fruit—he'll have more say in the platform this time than Hillary did in '08.
Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe sounds very confident that the federal probe of donations to his campaign won't bring him down.