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I’m sure by now you’ve heard about Duck Dynasty-gate. For those who haven’t, here’s a quick gist. The patriarch of the family made homophobic remarks during an interview with GQ. Subsequently, A&E announced it was benching Phil Robertson from the show. The family then responded by standing with Phil and vowed not to film anymore. As of yet the parties are at a standstill. Will the show continue with or without Phil? Will legal action take place? Will another network step in to take Duck Dynasty from A&E? Given that the show is the highest-rated non-scripted reality cable series ever, major money is on the line. I can’t wait to see how the rest of this plays out.

With this saga playing out, a few interesting tidbits have surfaced. By far, the most entertaining and gayest involves the man who produces the hit reality show. Scott Gurney who owns Gurney Productions was once a struggling actor who appeared on Baywatch and Married With Children. One of his more memorable roles was playing a gay-for-pay porn actor in the indie flick, The Fluffer. I wonder if Phil Robertson knew about this.

The 2001 film, set in the world of adult entertainment, centers around three characters: Johnny Rebel (Gurney), a straight man who has become a star in the world of gay porn; Johnny’s stripper girlfriend Babylon (Roxanne Day); and Sean (Michael Cunio), a naive young man in love with Johnny, who ends up becoming Johnny’s “fluffer”. For those too young to remember the film, check out a couple of clips below.

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Back in July, a private memorial service was held for Cory Monteith. One of those to speak about the late actor was Ryan Murphy. The Glee co-creator shares an excerpt of his eulogy with Entertainment Weekly. Along with the extremely touching words about Cory, the 48-year-old reveals the series finale he originally intended to film for the FOX musical show before Monteith’s death.

In addition to Murphy speaking about Moneteith, Martin Scorsese and Dwayne Johnson talk about Roger Ebert and Paul Walker respectively for the publication’s special “Late Great” essays feature in their current double issue which is on newsstands now.

For me, Cory was both the beginning and the ending of Glee…literally.

The first scene of the pilot was Cory’s Finn and Matt [Morrison]‘s Mr. Schu. None of us really knew what we were doing. Glee was a musical, musicals had never worked on television, and we were figuring it out as we went along. At the end of his first take, Cory could see I, his director, was a little unsure. He came up to me with a big grin and said, “This is going to be fun.” He was terribly right, and terribly wrong.

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He may not have won Top Chef France earlier this year, but I bet my bottom dollar (wink) that he cooks masterfully in the bedroom. The 28 year old chef looks fantastic on the cover of Têtu magazine’s January 2014 cover. Not only does he reveal what’s lurking underneath that chef coat, but he also talks publicly about his homosexuality for the first time. Score one for our team.

Check out a couple of preview pics from his photoshoot with Arthur Delloye below. I can’t wait for the entire spread to surface online. I predict a very warm January.

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Community Promotes Season 5 With Animated Trailer

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NBC recently released a holiday-themed animated trailer promoting the fifth season of Community. Fans of the sitcom will definitely enjoy it. It’s classic Community and everything you’ve come to expect from the show.

After leaving Glendale’s study group and returning to life as a lawyer, Jeff is home alone for the holidays when he gets an unexpected surprise from all of his former study partners. The clip pokes fun at NBC’s decision to pre-empt the show with Olympics coverage and also addresses (somewhat) Donald Glover’s departure. His character Troy will only appear in five of Season 5′s 13 episodes. Meanwhile, series creator Dan Harmon comes back as showrunner.

Community returns on January 2 at 8/7c on NBC. Check out the teaser below which features an amusing ending.

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Was it as good as Jimmy Fallon’s SNL Christmas episode from a couple years ago? No, but it certainly was one of the better shows of Saturday Night Live’s 39th season. Definitely a great way to end 2013.

Even though Fallon was technically the guest host, sometimes it felt like it was musical guest Justin Timberlake’s show. JT got almost as much face time as Fallon in sketches, and on the flipside, Fallon practically did as much singing as Timberlake. The two multi-talented showbiz pals have always worked well together and this was no exception.

With the combined power of Jimberlake, they brought with them a few big name cameos including Paul McCartney, Madonna, Barry Gibb, and New York City’s Mayor Michael Bloomberg. With regards to the latter, believe it or not, this was his first appearance on the NBC late night show. The best sketches for me were “Baby, It’s Cold Outside” and “Do It On My Twin Bed.” Meanwhile “Waking Up With Kimye” was easily the worst. Check them all out below.

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HBO Debuts Another Trailer For Looking

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We’re less than a month away from the highly-anticipated premiere of HBO’s new gay series Looking. What better time for the network to release a new trailer. I really hope for everyone involved that the show doesn’t suck. With that being said, no matter how good the pilot is, there are such lofty expectations, piles of criticism (warranted or not) will undoubtedly follow. That’s how the gays roll ;) I’m optimistic it’ll be fantastic. Check out the latest clip below. As a side note, I’m loving the track playing in the background. It’s “Tightrope” by Walk The Moon. For those who don’t know the show’s premise, here’s the gist.

Glee’s Jonathan Groff plays a video game developer named Patrick. While successful in his career, he’s completely the opposite in his personal life. Also part of the cast is Frankie Alvarez. He’ll play Patrick’s bestie named Augustin. He’s a politico with a really big ego and has a problem settling down. Murray Bartlett, Russell Tovey and Scott Bakula round out the cast.

check out the latest trailer after the jump

Man Crush: Luke Mitchell

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With little to no original programming on during this holiday season, I’ve had time to catch up on several shows. #BingeWatching. The Tomorrow People is officially now off my to-watch list. I’m all caught up and ready for the CW supernatural series to return on January 15, 2014. After sitting through back-to-back-to-back-to-back (you get the gist) episodes, I realize that I was crushin‘ on one of its stars.

When the network greenlit The Tomorrow People, I thought I’d be all over Robbie Amell. He’s cute and related to Stephen Amell (Arrow). But for some reason, on the show, he does nothing for me. On the flipside, it’s the Aussie import that’s won my adoration. It’s all about Luke Mitchell, ya’ll. YUMMY to the nth degree.

Prior to landing the role of John Young, Mitchell mostly appeared in Australian productions including H2O: Just Add Water, Neighbours and Home and Away. With regards to the latter, he met his future wife Rebecca Breeds on the show. Lucky girl. Check out pictures of Luke below to see exactly how lucky she is. Waking up besides this on a daily basis isn’t a bad way to start the morning. Hope you enjoy my latest Man Crush.

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Ellen DeGeneres Dances In First Oscars 2014 Promo

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Ellen DeGeneres first hosted the Oscars back in 2007 for the 79th Academy Awards. She became the first openly gay or lesbian person to land the gig and earned an Emmy nomination for her work. The 55-year-old entertainer returns to the big stage next year, hosting the 86th annual Academy Awards. She takes over for Seth Macfarlane who presided over the festivities last year.

Not surprisingly, DeGeneres dons a tuxedo and frolics in the streets to promote the 2014 Oscars. Directed by Bridesmaids Paul Feig, the daytime talk show host lip syncs and dances to Fitz & The Tantrums’ “The Walker” while accompanied by 250 backup dancers on the WB Hollywood backlot. For someone who likes women, she’s always surrounded by extremely hot guys. The two male dancers on either side of her are beyond sexy. Perhaps, it’s only me because I love me boy who can dance. Check out the promo titled “Here We Go” below.

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