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Features Q&A: Lea Michele on Gays in Her Bed, Girl Crushes & Why 'It's So Inspiring' to Watch Old Episodes of 'Glee'

Lea Michele knows exactly where her life is headed. "It's just gonna be me in bed with gay people and I'm gonna be alone forever like Cher," the powerhouse playfully foretells, "and that's totally fine by me." If you're like Michele - theater kid-turned-Broadway queen, and then, with TV's "Glee" and "Scream Queens," the apple of Ryan Murphy's eye - it's a natural fit. And so be it. "That's just the story of my fuckin' life, all right." Not the whole story, though. The rest involves brainstorming the 30-year-old singer's "dream girl" make-out sessions, her new bittersweet song remembering her relationship with late "Glee" co-star Cory Monteith, and one topic she prefers not to discuss (needless to say, not the gays). READ MORE.

Kelly Osbourne Talks Being Open to Dating Women ('Never Say Never'), Celebs She Knows Who Use Sexuality For Publicity & Why 'Everybody's Gay'

Hollywood spitfire and staunch LGBT ally Kelly Osbourne is feeling tense about her first book, "There Is No F*cking Secret: Letters from a Badass Bitch." After all, "What if I change my opinion by the time it comes out?!" she says, laughing because it's true. Then there's our revealing interview, where the opinionated 32-year-old actress, singer and now author - and daughter of Ozzy and Sharon - let her candid thoughts loose on topics ranging from her sexuality ("everybody's gay") to her openness about dating women and her issues with celebrities who feign lesbianism for publicity. And that recent controversy over her statement regarding President Donald Trump? She admits it really got to her. Turns out, even badasses cry sometimes. READ MORE.

Randy Rainbow on His Journey to Being an Internet Sensation, Made-For-Showbiz Name and the Unifying Influence of His Famous Parodies

If laughter really is the best medicine, political satirist Randy Rainbow just might be your Prozac for the next four years. His buzzy, self-produced video parodies, from last year's Clinton vs. Trump debates to a recent poke at presidential counselor Kellyanne Conway's claim about recording-capable microwave ovens, can't change that we have an imbecile playing president - but they sure as hell ease some of the pain. READ MORE.

The Frivolist: 4 Reasons Why Banning Bachelorette Parties from Gay Bars is Wrong

Grand diva RuPaul recently weighed in on the persistent issue of how we're supposed to feel about bachelorette parties in gay bars, with at least one Huffington Post writer describing it as the "definitive word" on the topic on social media. READ MORE.

Billy Porter Talks Protest Music & His Play on the 'Lost Generation' of Gay Men, Hints at Returning to 'Kinky Boots'

This year, just days before President Donald Trump's inauguration, Porter married his longtime partner, Adam Smith - because what if he couldn't after Trump took office? But acts of sociopolitical defiance in the face of a minority-deserting administration extend also to his latest album, "Billy Porter Presents: The Soul of Richard Rodgers." Among the classic selections: the hopeful "Edelweiss" from "The Sound of Music," intentionally released as the album's first single on Trump's Inauguration Day. READ MORE.

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