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GLAAD to Honor Ricky Martin, Kristin Chenoweth

Ricky Martin, Kristin Chenoweth

The Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation will honor Ricky Martin and Kristin Chenoweth, the organization announced Wednesday.

Ricky Martin proud to be "a fortunate gay man"

Martin will receive the Vito Russo Award at GLAAD's 22nd annual Media Awards on March 19 in New York. Named after one of GLAAD's founders, the award is given to an openly LGBT media professional who made a significant difference in promoting equal rights. The singer came out last March.

"Ricky coming out was ...
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NBC Orders Grimm Cop Drama

NBC has given the green light to Grimm, a dark cop drama from David Greenwalt, TVGuide.com has confirmed.

NBC orders comedy pilots from Chelsea Handler, Whitney Cummings

Grimm — which sounds distinctly similar to the premise of  ABC's recent pickup, Poe is described as... read more

Top Moments: Kasey's Ink, Kathy's Kiss and Green's Fumble Are Our Favorite Mistakes

The Bachelorette, Kathy Griffin: My Life on the D-List

TV isn't perfect; sometimes it shows us mistakes. A Top Chef hopeful decided to make — gasp! — dessert. Jesse pulled the trigger on Breaking Bad. Kathy Griffin put the moves on Christopher Meloni. The Bachelorette's Kasey got a tattoo. And England's Rob Green — well, he knows what he did. He'll be rewatching it in his vuvuzela-scored nightmares for years to come. Welcome to Top Moments: Our Favorite Mistakes Edition.

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Watercooler: Sean Hayes Owns the Tonys

Sean Hayes

That Newsweek doof may think Sean Hayes is too gay to play straight in Broadway's Promises, Promises, but we know that he was just perfect to play host of last night's Tony Awards. Showcasing a healthy dose of the joie de swish he honed on Will & Grace without going full Nathan Lane, the recently out actor pulled off his double duty (host and lead-actor nominee) with a sparkling mix of charm and cheek that—despite to a few flubbed punch lines—helped him come of as the surprisingly well-adjusted off-spring of Jimmy Fallon and

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Red Wins Big at Tony Awards

Catherine Zeta-Jones

Red topped the 64th annual Tonys, taking home six trophies, including one for best play. Memphis won four awards, including best musical.

Check out all the stars on the Tonys red carpet

It was a star-friendly night, hosted by Promises, Promises star Sean Hayes. Sunday night's ceremony began with Broadway newbie Scarlett Johansson winning best performance by a featured actress in a play for her role in ... read more

Matt's Weekend Picks: June 11-13

Anna Paquin

Robert Klein: Unfair and Unbalanced (Saturday, 10/9c, HBO)
The trailblazer who starred in HBO's first-ever solo comedy special 35 years ago returns for his ninth one-man show. Accompanied by the 47-piece Henry Mancini Institute Orchestra, Klein performs a set of original music and topical humor embracing politics and pop culture... read more

Sean Hayes to Host the Tonys

Sean Hayes

Will & Grace star Sean Hayes will host the 64th Annual Tony Awards.

Kristin Chenoweth calls Newsweek article "homophobic"

Hayes, who earned an Emmy Award and four SAG Awards for Will & Grace, is also up for ... read more

Glee's Jane Lynch: Murphy and Chenoweth's Newsweek Statements "Heroic"

Jane Lynch

Glee's Jane Lynch says show creator Ryan Murphy and guest-star Kristin Chenoweth were "heroic" to denounce a Newsweek article about gay actors, but adds that everyone is entitled to an opinion.

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In a recent Newsweek article, writer Ramin Setoodeh called Glee star Jonathan Groff an "average theater queen" and said Sean Hayes was too "wooden" to pass as Kristin Chenoweth's love interest in Broadway's Promises, Promises. Chenoweth released a statement criticizing the piece shortly after, followed by Murphy, who called for a boycott of Newsweek. GLAAD President Jarrett Barrios echoed Murphy's call for a boycott.

Kristin Chenoweth calls Newsweek article "homophobic"

"The thing is, actors are actors: You can't ... read more

Glee Creator to Meet with Newsweek Writer Over Article on Gays

Ryan Murphy

Glee creator Ryan Murphy will meet with the writer of the Newsweek article he called a "hurtful bigoted diatribe."

In a new open letter released Thursday to Entertainment Weekly, Murphy said that Ramin Setoodeh contacted him earlier that day to accept his offer — posed in his first open letter on Tuesday — to visit the Glee writers' room to discuss why they took offense at the piece and for Seetodeh to see an example of what Murphy called an inclusive show. Murphy also said Setoodeh can observe ...
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GLAAD: Newsweek Article Sends a "Damaging" Message

Jarrett Barrios, Ryan Murphy

GLAAD has joined Glee creator Ryan Murphy in seeking an apology from Newsweek after a recent article argued that gay actors aren't believable playing straight men.

"Whether he intended it to or not, Ramin Setoodeh's article in Newsweek sends a false and... read more

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