Freddie and Stuart are back! Gay “Sir” actors Ian McKellen and Derek Jacobi return as the bitchy but loving old queens of Vicious for a new season of misadventures, involving family, the gym, weddings and such. Also returning are Frances de la Tour as their old friend Violet and Iwan Rheon as their neighbor Ash. More at PBS.org.
It is that time of week again, folks! I’ve once gathered GaySocialites.com’s Big Brother super fans to discuss our thoughts on the third and fourth weeks of Big Brother 17 on CBS. A lot has happened since Charles Winters and Cody White last joined me to weigh in on the season, so we’re mixing up the format a little bit.
Let’s eavesdrop on our panelists as they discuss Big Brother 17. (Okay, so it’s a transcript you’ll be reading, but I couldn’t pass up on a chance to poke fun at Julie Chen!
On Thursday night, the Big Brother 17 houseguests voted to evict Audrey Middleton, the first trans houseguest to ever participate in the CBS reality show.
Audrey’s game play got off to a rocky start from the beginning mainly after she was called out by various houseguests for not telling the truth.
One thing that Audrey was honest with everyone from day one about was the fact that she is trans. On Thursday night’s episode, viewers learned that it wasn’t only the houseguests who would be learning this for the first time. Many people who know Audrey prior to the show evidently did not know she was trans.