Evening Quickies: Patti Stanger Pisses Off The Gays With Homophobic Comments

  • “Millionaire Matchmaker”‘s Patti Stanger pissed off the gays last night when she started yapping on Bravo’s “Watch What Happens Live” about gay men and promiscuity. Apparently in Patti’s world, they’re allllll slutty queens. “There is no curbing the gay,” she told a male caller who asked a question about gay, open LDRs. “I’ve tried to curb you people and you just don’t … [trails off] I’ve decided to throw in the towel and say ‘do what you want.'” Later in the episode, she told a gay male caller that he looked straight and then said it was a compliment because he “wasn’t queen-y.” Even Andy Cohen was giving Patti major side-eye and that dude deals with the “Real Housewives.” [YouTube]
  • In more “ugh, Bravo, you didn’t!” news, a tipster tells Radar Online that “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” has decided to air footage from Russell and Taylor Armstrong’s therapy sessions. Russell Armstrong committed suicide last month after a separation from his wife. [RadarOnline]
  • Kyle Massey says the guy who screamed “your mother’s a whore!” at Bristol Palin — after she dismounted a mechanical bull — was possibly planted by TV producers for their reality show. Both the screamer, a Hollywood talent agent/douchebag named Stephen Hanks, and the TV producers claim the confrontation was “real.” Kyle is not so sure because there were lotsa TV cameras present. [Dlisted]

  • Mindy Kaling from “The Office” has a piece in The New Yorker about rom-coms she would like to write. LOVE. [New Yorker]
  • Taylor Lautner posed awkwardly with his very-recent-ex Lily Collins while they promoted “Abduction” in the UK. That sucks, guys. [Celebuzz]
  • Fifteen things the new TV season taught this woman about how to catch and keep a man. [How About We]
  • The inventor of Doritos will be buried with some Doritos chips, natch. [Gothamist]
  • “The Playboy Club” and “Firefly”‘s Sean Maher has come out of the closet after a 14-year career hiding his partner and children. Maher said he felt pressured from the beginning of his career by managers and agents to keep his homosexuality hidden. [Entertainment Weekly]

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