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Dido On 'Loyal' Gay Following
It would be easy to mistake Dido as being as mellow as her music - but don't.
In our chat, the British singer-songwriter - promoting her first album in five years, "Girl Who Got Away" - didn't just chat about her gay fans and the Eminem song that launched her career. We found out what turns the musically meek songstress into an angry beast. Let's just say this: Tequila makes Dido dangerous.
Paul Rudd & Tina Fey Talk 'Admission'
They say dreams come true, and that one where Tina Fey and Paul Rudd act (and shower) together on the big screen - it's really happening. Two of the most charismatic, gay-loved actors team up for "Admission," about a college admissions officer (Fey) and her could-be biological son who she meets through an old classmate (Rudd).
"It's a movie about chasing acceptance. That formal outward acceptance shouldn't be valued as much. That's the message: Just be who you are," says Fey, a GLAAD winner for "30 Rock" who recounted her gay musical-theater origins in her "Bossypants" memoir.
Dave Franco's First Gay Interview
In his first gay press interview, we picked Dave Franco's brain on the outsider theme of his new flick, whether he plans to work on a gay project with James and how his sexually explicit videos are in no way baiting the boys who love them.