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2014 GLAAD Media Award Nominations

In: Donovan, Movies, Totally GAY!, TV Shows
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For 25 years the GLAAD Media Awards have honored entertainment, journalism and individuals who exhibit outstanding images of the LGBT community. The winners will be presented in two ceremonies this Spring- April 12 in Los Angeles and May 3 in New York. Among the nominees this year include Dallas Buyers Club, Elton John, Orange Is The New Black, Lady Gaga, Geography Club and Pretty Little Liars. Given how homo-erotic Teen Wolf is, the MTV supernatural series received nada. The organization also puts the spotlight on online and traditional publications. Check out all the nominations below.

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Just when you thought Miley Cyrus had forsaken her country roots, the 21-year-old entertainer brought Nashville to Los Angeles for her MTV Unplugged special. She even brought out a couple of fake horses, bedazzled denim outfits and her country twang for the occasion.

While most of the songs she performed were off her Bangerz album, she did pay homage to her godmother Dolly Parton by singing “Jolene.” Too bad, Cyrus didn’t resurrect “Can’t Be Tamed” and “Party In The USA” for her mini-concert. She must really find those tracks cringeworthy.

Speaking of cringeworthy, watching Madonna and Miley bumping and grinding up on each other was far more uncomfortable than seeing Cyrus shake her ass on Robin Thicke’s junk at the VMAs. With that said, like a seven car pileup, I couldn’t turn away during their “We Can’t Stop” “Tell Me” medley.

“A lot of what she represented for me is a lot of what I try to represent to girls now,” Cyrus said of Madonna. “Not being afraid of sexuality, and really being who you want to be and doing what you want to do… ‘Don’t Tell Me’ is basically the same message as what I’m telling my fans in ‘We Can’t Stop’.”

While the special wasn’t a masterclass in vocal gymnastics, it was still an entertaining watch. You don’t go to a Miley concert expecting a Celine Dion type of show. You expect and hope for silly antics and OMFG moments. This definitely had its share. Check out some of the performances below.

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RuPaul Presents The CoverGurlz

In: Donovan, Totally GAY!, TV Shows
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“It’s like the Beyoncé album/video drop… but on a LeToya Luckett budget.” With a pitch like that from RuPaul herself, how can one not be intrigued. The RuPaul’s Drag Race Season 6 premiere is still a month away. This little gem should satisfy fans’ cravings for all things Drag Race until then.

RuPaul Presents: The CoverGurlz is a new album which features covers sung by Season 6 contestants. Even the superhunks of the Pit Crew get in on the action and sing one of RuPaul’s greatest hits. The album is available on iTunes for $9.99. World of Wonder uploaded preview videos of each queen performing her cover song, along with footage from their audition clips and other exclusive footage.

I have to say some of the ladies really pull off their covers and dare I say, sound even better than RuPaul. Not surprisingly, Adore Delano sounds great belting “Superstar.” After all, he did make it to the semifinals during the seventh season of American Idol. Check out all the videos below.

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Madonna is passing the torch once again to a pop princess. The “Like A Virgin” singer infamously swapped spit with both Britney Spears and Christina Aguilera years ago at the MTV VMAs. This time it’s Miley Cyrus’ turn. However, don’t expect any lip-on-lip action. Early reports say nothing like that happened, although, plenty of bumpin’ and grindin’ occurred. Cyrus even slapped Madge’s butt several times.

“That was pretty f–king cool, you guys,” Miley told E! Online. “It sounds super-lame, but as a pop star it’s pretty cool performing with Madonna…Today was one of those days that it was really easy to get out of bed.”

Miley Cyrus: MTV Unplugged taped Tuesday night at Sunset Gower Studios in Hollywood in front of an audience of about 220 people, including Scandal stars Guillermo Diaz (Huck) and Darby Stanchfield (Abby) who sat in the front row. MTV will air the special tonight, Wednesday, January 29.

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NBC Shuts Down Production For Sean Saves The World

In: Donovan, TV Shows
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Not only did Sean Hayes not save the world, but he did squat for Thursday nights on NBC. The peacock network has yanked the sitcom from its schedule and halted production. Definitely not a surprise given its anemic ratings and the fact none of the comedy’s cast members were present at the Television Critics Tour earlier this month.

While Sean Saves The World sucked majorly, I’m a little bummed NBC canceled it now. Though it makes perfect sense given the upcoming Winter Olympics are coming and why use that valuable opportunity to promote a dead show walking. NBC requested 18 episodes but have only aired 13 and have a 14th unaired finished one in the wings.

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Melissa McCarthy hosts Saturday Night Live for the third time this weekend. She’ll be joined by recent Grammy winners, Imagine Dragons, as the episode’s musical guest. Lorne Michaels was wise to enlist McCarthy once again. She’s proven she can deliver huge laughs and fits in quite well with the cast.

As amusing as the sight of McCarthy sucker punching Thompson is, the funniest parts of the clips are the creative ways the two hype the show without using the words ‘Super Bowl‘ or ‘Olympics.’ Since the big game is airing on FOX this year, the peacock network can’t actually say the phrase. For legal reasons, the IOC is equality stringent in how the term Olympics is used. That’s why McCarthy talks about buying an ‘official torch’ as opposed to saying the ‘o’ word. Check out the series of promos below.

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NBC Picks Up Gay-Themed Sitcom From Ellen DeGeneres

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Hopefully for Ellen DeGeneres, NBC sticks with her new gay-themed show longer than Ryan Murphy’s The New Normal. Who else misses that show?

The peacock network just picked up a pilot from the talk show host. Tentatively titled, One Big Happy, the comedy is being developed by Warner Bros. TV and DeGeneres. Liz Feldman whose credits included Hot In Cleveland and 2 Broke Girls is writing the script. The premise of the potential sitcom sounds an awful lot like one of NBC’s past hits, Will & Grace.

Here’s the official logline for the show: “When gay and straight best friends decide to have a baby together, things get complicated when one of them finds the love of their life.”

Are you looking forward to this LGBT-themed show? Do you think Ellen and NBC have a potential winner on their hands? Weigh in below.

Disney Channel Features Its First Same-Sex Couple

In: Donovan, TV Shows
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While Macklemore & Ryan Lewis serenaded 33 couples as they tied the knot at the Grammys, Disney Channel was making its own statement on Sunday night. For the first time ever, one of their programs featured a same-sex couple. The network first announced its plan to include a lesbian couple back in June 2013. Naturally, groups like One Million Moms protested their decision.

“This particular storyline was developed under the consultancy of child development experts and community advisors,” a Disney Channel spokesperson told TV Guide. “Like all Disney Channel programming, it was developed to be relevant to kids and families around the world and to reflect themes of diversity and inclusiveness.”

Near the beginning of last week’s episode of Good Luck Charlie, parents Bob and Amy Duncan argue about the mother’s name of their daughter’s playdate. When the doorbell rings, the mystery is solved… the kid has two moms. What’s great about Disney’s inclusion is that the introduction of the same-sex couple wasn’t a big deal. The episode didn’t revolve around it and in fact, the playdate wasn’t even a plotline. It was all pretty casual and matter of a fact. Check out the clip below.

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