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If you’ve been missing a weekly dose of Portia de Rossi — and her harrowing new memoir, Unbearable Lightness, isn’t enough — then it might just be your lucky day. It seems openly gay Portia is at the top of the list of stars that producers of “Dancing With the Stars” are hoping to get for a new same-sex dancing couple. Insane multitasker Ryan Seacrest leaked the news to Portia on his radio show earlier this week, surprising her. She said she wouldn’t rule it out. “I’m not gonna pass, let me think about it,” she said. “I used to be a ballet dancer. It’s not completely a pass. You never know.” If she does choose to appear on “DWTS,” she’ll be following openly gay Israeli sportscaster Gili Shem Tov, who danced in a same-sex match on the Israeli version of the show. Would you like to see Portia on “Dancing With the Stars”? [Fox News] Keep reading »
Taylor Momsen has made it abundantly clear that she has a really bad attitude. But until now, we didn’t really know why she was so maudlin. This week, Taylor revealed that she’s pissed at mommy and daddy. “Everyone’s like, ‘Wow, why is she upset and why is she so miserable about things?’ My parents signed me up with Ford [modeling agency] at the age of two. No 2-year-old wants to be working, but I had no choice. My whole life, I was in and out of school. I didn’t have friends. I was working constantly and I didn’t have a real life,” she explained. Also, she’s 17. I was going through a Goth phase at that age, too. Taylor, one word: THERAPY. [PopEater]
After the jump, some more celebs who blame good ol’ mom and dad for their issues.
In case you haven’t heard, “The Pee-wee Herman Show” opened on Broadway this week and it is offering up all the playhouse shenanigans you can handle. Tucked into the realm of nostalgia, this play is essentially a 90-minute version of Paul Reubens’ TV show that “Playhouse” fans have been missing for decades. All the originals are back, including Magic Screen, Mailman Mike, Pterri, and furniture favorite Chairy. To keep up with modern times, the play also introduces a few new elements, including a talking ShamWow! and sly mentions of Reubens indecent exposure arrest. While the secret word of “The Pee-wee Herman Show” might be “fun,” not all the critics agree. See what some of them have to say after the jump. Keep reading »
Just when you thought the interwebs couldn’t get any more awesome, it goes and performs a sweet new function in the name of love! The world’s first “gay digital wedding” allowed Texans Thomas Mark Reed and Dante Karl Walkup to get legally married in D.C., without so much as leaving Dallas. Keep reading »