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Cyndi Lauper: She's So Unbelievable
Between gigs on her She's So Unusual Tour, Cyndi Lauper gave us a ring recently to chat about her emotional night at the Tonys, freaking out rock stars with her "wildly nutty" persona and the reason she's always stood up for her gay fans.
Matthew Morrison Sings Out
"Glee" made Matthew Morrison (and his unruly curls) a star, but his success started long before his role as do-gooder teacher Will Schuester. Morrison originated the studly Link Larkin during the Broadway run of "Hairspray," and then he went on to earn a Tony nomination for his stint in "The Light in the Piazza."
The "Glee" star goes back to his Broadway roots for "Where It All Began," a collection of show-tune covers. For Morrison, though, it goes back even further. All the way to elementary school, in fact.
The Bling Ring
In "The Bling Ring," Sofia Coppola's flashy zeitgeist neo-noir based on true events of teenaged Hollywood bandits, Israel Broussard takes lead-role reins as a gay L.A. transplant befriended by a chick clique of thieving punks. Marc, together with his four girlfriends (including one played by Emma Watson), loot the cribs of the rich and famous - Paris Hilton, Lindsay Lohan and Megan Fox - to get their own glam on.
In a recent chat, Broussard, 18, talked about Marc's homosexuality being a non-issue in the film, shooting in Paris Hilton's actual house and learning to walk in heels.