Afternoon Delight: A first look at the gay hollywood episode of “Oprah’s Next Chapter”

Good afternoon and happy hump day!

Happy birthday to Amandla Stenberg, Cat Deeley and Nancy Grace!

Blue Is the Warmest Color director Abdellatif Kechiche published an open letter on the website Rue89 accusing star Lea Seydoux of saying “slanderous” things about him and calling her an “arrogant, spoiled child.” Kechiche also implied taking legal action against the actress, adding, “I will come back. It is for her to explain in court.” Yikes!

This Sunday on Oprah’s Next Chapter, Oprah  will host a conversation about being gay in America with comedian Wanda SykesModern Family star Jesse Tyler Ferguson and Scandal star Dan Bucatinsky.  The three out performers will share their personal experiences about coming out and the importance of marriage equality.

Check out this preview clip of the episode:

Immediately following the episode, OWN will air the premiere of Bridegroom, Linda Bloodworth-Thomason‘s documentary about Shane Bitney Crone and “his journey to honor his late partner, Thomas Bridegroom.”

If you’re obsessed with Jessica Lange (like my wife is), then this news might upset you. In a recent interview, Lange revealed that she’s willing to do one more season of American Horror Story, but that’s it.


And here’s a new clip from the terrifying folks at AHS: Coven which takes us inside Miss Robichaux’s Academy for Exceptional Young Ladies.

Apparently Tina Fey and Amy Poehler will not receive $4 million each to host the next two Golden Globe Awards. I think they’ll be fine.

Vulture named its most valuable stars of 2013, with Hunger Games Jennifer Lawrence claiming the number three spot and Sandra Bullock ranking forth.

Naomi Watts looks easy breezy beautiful on the cover of Allure.


Tweet of the Day!

Today’s tweet comes from bisexual actress Evan Rachel Wood. (This crap really pisses me off.)