Grammy Award winning singer and former “American Idol” Carrie Underwood came out of gay marriage in a recent interview with the British newspaper, The Independent.
Underwood said she believes everyone should have the right to love. She also noted that her church was gay-friendly and it wasn’t her job to judge people.
The country music superstar, however, evidently got a bit of backlash online from her conservative fans and critics. Here’s how she responded to those who weren’t so keen on her gay marriage stance:
Alec Baldwin appeared on the Late Show with David Letterman on Wednesday night amid a storm of media mayhem that includes an scuffle with a photographer, hitting a reporter with his bike, a homophobic tweet and now dropping his pants on national television.
Baldwin’s week of bad public relations kicked off with accusations that he had attacked a photographer for the New York Daily News. Then on Wednesday, the “30 Rock” actor was accused of hitting an Inside Edition reporter with his bicycle. Later in the day, we fired off some tweets that some are calling homophobic.
Sounds like the opening to a bad gay joke but it’s all true. For some strange reason, I attended the Hot and Horny Mondays shit show with my boss, Demanda Dahling, that evening. We arrived promptly at 12:20am and immediately crossed paths with porn sensation Pierre Fitch. He was walking past The Cock when we exited our cab, stopped and gave Dahling and myself one hell of a “once over” and continued on his merry homo way.
One of my all time favorite camp queen actresses, Susan Tyrrell, passed away yesterday at the age of 67. She is most notable for her roles in the Richard Elfman musical-comedy-cult piece Forbidden Zone filmed in 1980 and as Ramona Rickettes in John Waters’ Cry-Baby. Here she is in all her glory for your enjoyment…
It would be a definite understatement to say New York City doesn’t have a few “primadonna’s” of its own. It has several, many in fact. So naturally it would only be fitting to star NYC’s most colorful nightlife characters in a made-over video of the Marina & The Diamonds song. Marco Ovando, who recently directed Cazwell’s “Rice and Beans” and regularly finds inspiration all over the city, captures what he sees in a typical evening to a song that describes the night’s spectacular life.
Starring (are you ready for this?): Amanda Lepore, Cazwell, Roxy Cottontail, Epiphany Get Paid, Cherie Lily, Markus Kellerman, Isis Vermouth, Brendon James, Gerry Visco, Leo GuGu, Karmela Lozina, Pebbles Van Peebles, Pusse Couture, Rob Sullivan , Tara Miso Rice, Tokyo, Maddelynn Hatter, Stephonic Youth, Vivien Scarlett, not to mention GaySocialites.com‘s own Demanda Dahling and Shealita BaBay, and others.
Watch NYC’s prima primadonna’s misbehaving in this fantastic tribute: