Afternoon Delight: Lady Gaga’s “Princess Die,” Kate Hudson’s steamy “Americano” cover for “Glee”

Good afternoon my lovelies!

Happy birthday to Grey’s Anatomy‘s Kate Burton!

Out fitness guru Jillian Michaels is showing off her toned tummy (as always) on the cover of October’s Redbook.

Also, over the weekend an article about Michaels and her family was featured as People magazine’s “Top Story.” I love it when out celebrities get press!

Kristen Stewart‘s Bella takes down a big cat in the latest Twilight: Breaking Dawn-Part 2 trailer. What would you eat if you were a vegetarian vampire? (And since Bill Compton blew up all the True Blood factories synthetic blood isn’t an option.)


If you can’t wait until Thursday night’s Glee season 4 premiereKate Hudson‘s upcoming performance of “Americano/Dance Again.” My college professors at NYU didn’t look anything like Hudson, which was probably a good thing.


Here’s a gratuitous link to view Olivia Munn on a motorcycle. (You’re welcome.)

Australian actress Isabel Lucus (Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen, Immortals) will star as a femme-fatale in director Elizabeth Allen‘s new thriller Careful What You Wish For. The film centers around “ a high-school boy who engages in an affair with a lonely wife (Lucus) of a business executive who proves to be more dangerous than she appears.”

Hermione Granger (aka Emma Watson) graces the cover of Glamour UK.

Rihanna tweeted a photo of her newest tattoo (dedicated to her grandmother) located in one of my favorite lady-zones.


Molly Shannon, Heather Locklear and Kate Walsh are teaming up with Lindsay Lohan for Scary Movie 5.

Over the weekend Lady Gaga performed in London and paid tribute to the late Princess Diana and Amy Winehouse with her new song “Princess Die.” During her Born This Way Ball performance, Gaga brought female fan on stage from the audience, placed a tiara on her head and dedicated her new song to two women she “appreciated.”

Guess what? The Huffington Post is reporting that one year after the repeal of Don’t Ask Don’t Tell studies show that there have been no negative effects on the military. I’m not surprised, are you?

Lesbian/Bi Tweet of the Day!

Tabatha Coffey is in New York City for New York Fashion Week Spring-Summer 2013. So wait, Coffey is in the future?