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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.

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Even though they claim their video wasn’t made specifically to get them on the Ellen DeGeneres Show, The Cream Pies found themselves hanging out with the talk show host on Wednesday’s show. Bill Reilich, Stevie Brock, Dan Burtenshaw and Dan Cox performed their viral hit, “We Love You, Ellen” and received a trip to Las Vegas with accommodations at the Cosmopolitan Hotel for their troubles.

Super buff Reilich delivered his lyrics in a crop top provided by DeGeneres This dude is seriously jacked. How does one even get that big and that cut? Insane. Watch the clip below to find out how these childhood friends decided on their group name, came up with the idea for the video and more.

watch the live performance after the jump

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The Cream Pies bill themselves as “a group of 4 devilishly handsome lifelong friends who make passionate and hilarious hip hop music together.” No disrespect to the other three, but it’s all about the guy above. WOOF, muscle daddy. If you think that above visual is hot, wait til you see what’s lurking underneath that grey tee. It’s everything and then some.

The hip hop quartet group recorded a song for Ellen DeGeneres, aptly titled, “We Love You, Ellen.” They swear it’s not an attempt to get on her show (I call BS), but a sincere and honest tribute to her awesomeness. That may be, but I’m sure once Ellen’s people see this, they’ll be asked to perform this ditty on an upcoming episode. Check out the music video below.

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Ellen DeGeneres Dances In First Oscars 2014 Promo

In: Donovan, TV Shows
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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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Lea Michele dropped by The Ellen DeGeneres Show for the third time on Thursday. In addition to promoting her debut single “Cannonball,” the 27-year-old opened up about dealing with Cory Monteith’s untimely death. She reveals how Kate Hudson, Ryan Murphy and her mom all helped her deal with her grief just days after her loss.

“She was so wonderful to basically give me her home to myself and my family,” Michele said Hudson. “It was so helpful to just, basically, have a safe place to process, and just have a minute to just breathe before getting back to my house with just has a lot of memories and stuff. So being some place else to just have a moment was really nice.”

On a lighter note, Michele performed her soon-to-be hit single live for the first time. The more I hear “Cannonball,” the more I get hooked. With that being said, I found it hard to separate Lea from her alter ego Rachel Berry during her performance. Am I alone in thinking this? Check out her number below along with her interview.

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After a year off, The Sing-Off returns for a fourth season to NBC this Christmas. Season 3 winners Pentatonix have gradually become the singing competition’s Kelly Clarkson by being the most successful out of the bunch. Since winning two years ago, their debut EP debuted at No. 14 with a brand new one dropping this week. In addition, they’ve appeared in numerous YouTube videos which have gone viral.

One of their best is the epic “Evolution of Beyoncé” which chronicled the “Irreplaceable” singer’s discography all the way from her Destiny’s Child days to her “Grown Woman” era. Their a capella medley was genius. Apparently, Ellen Degeneres thought so too. She brought them on her show Monday to perform it for a live studio audience. Not surprisingly, it’s pitch perfect. Check it out below, along with the original and their interpretation of the evolution of music. That’s brilliant as well.

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First and foremost, Happy National Coming Out Day (NCOD) everyone. How do you plan on celebrating this gay holiday? Come out again? LOL. I kid.

The date of October 11 was chosen because it was the anniversary of the 1987 National March on Washington for Lesbian and Gay Rights where half a million people participated. In 1998, Robert Eichberg, a psychologist from New Mexico, and Jean O’Leary, an openly gay political leader from Los Angeles, made the holiday official and founded NCOD.

To mark the 25th anniversary, the Human Rights Campaign looks back at some of the trailblazing coming out moments in American media that raised the profile of LGBT Americans and sparked important dialogue about the fight for equality. Some of the famous LGBT celebrities featured in the clip include Ricky Martin, Jason Collins, Frank Ocean, Adam Lambert, Lance Bass and naturally Ellen DeGeneres.

If you’re curious to read a few of our respective coming out stories, we’ve compiled them here for you. Simply click on the author’s name to learn more about each Homorazzi.com writer. In the meantime, check out HRC’s commemorative montage below.

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Meet Ellen Degeneres’ Son Rico

In: Donovan, Totally GAY!, TV Shows

If you caught Ellen Degeneres’ show yesterday, you met her sexy son Rico. Rumor has it Mario Lopez is his father. LOL. When Ellen offered him up to guest DJ Carmen Electra, she shouted her gays would love him. Preach sister. The things I would do ;)

Obviously, it’s not really her child. The talk show host trotted out the chiseled Adonis in response to Clint Eastwood’s hot son Scott receiving massive press due to his Town & Country spread. If he looks familiar, his actual name is Joel Rush. He was the runner-up on the ABC reality series True Beauty and had memorable roles in gay flicks including Eating Out: Drama Camp, Eating Out: The Open Weekend and Love or Whatever. Check out the video below, along with several shirtless pics of Joel.

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