Ellen DeGeneres and Portia de Rossi beat out Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt for the celebrities that moms would trust with their children, according to a poll of 10,000 moms by Parent Dish. Ellen and Portia scored 31 percent, while Jennifer Aniston came in second with 22 percent. Her nemesis, Angelina, got 18 percent, and Oprah Winfrey got 9 percent. The difference in votes between Jennifer and Angelina was probably more of a popularity contest, but I totally get why moms wouldn’t trust Oprah — she probably doesn’t even care for her own dogs.
Ellen seems to be a rather responsible, trustworthy person, so I get why she was chosen, but there are so many others we would have picked to take care of our hypothetical kids. And definitely some we wouldn’t. Keep reading »
Lindsay Lohan went on “The Ellen Degeneres Show” yesterday and dished the dirt on what went down with Samantha Ronson. Supposedly, they’re still besties, but she was caught off guard by their breakup. Keep reading »
It seems the Prop 8 folks have gotten to Portia de Rossi. Ellen DeGeneres’ wife has rethought her position on gay marriage and decided to do some apologizing on Jimmy Kimmel’s talk show. Check it out above! Keep reading »
Portia de Rossi was on wife Ellen Degeneres’ show yesterday, the seven month anniversary of their wedding, which, you know, might be ruled as illegal, thanks to Prop 8. Very cute interview, check it out! Keep reading »
With the passing of Proposition 8, 2008 has left a bad taste in a lot of our mouths. But it would be sad to let a year full of PR triumphs for one of the hardest working and most outspoken communities slip by without acknowledging all the honors and milestones that have been achieved! So, forget the h8terade, from the death of “don’t ask, don’t tell” to the first openly gay prime time news anchor, there were a lot of wins to be proud of — just take a look at the long list of Great Gay Headlines In 2008! Keep reading »
Last night, I went to bed proud to be an American! But this afternoon, other issues on the ballot, like Proposition 8, made me extra blue, and not in the cool way. Sadly, some of our fellow Americans in California, Arizona, and Florida think they have the right to discriminate against homosexual love and ban an entire community from marrying. WTF? Did you people not see how adorable the Portia and Ellen wedding pics were?! Well, looking at heterosexual divorce rates, perhaps marriage itself is the lost cause. So, if America can’t support a partnership based on love, whose relationships should we really be concerned about? [San Francisco Chronicle]
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