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Before catapulting to pop stardom, Kelly Clarkson was one of us. In many ways, she still is. The original "American Idol," who memorably erupted into waterworks when she championed the first season of the reality show in 2002, wasn't always able to muster the willpower she's instilled in the gay community through her uncompromising persona and liberating pop anthems, including those on her latest album, "Piece by Piece." READ MORE.
"I'm wondering, well, why wasn't Martha Reeves mentioned?" says Martha Reeves. Holding up the marquee from the "Motown 25" box set, a baffled Reeves doesn't know the reason she and other Motown greats - Mary Wells and Junior Walker, for instance - got shafted, but she's not letting that get in the way of today's appearance at Detroit Public Television in Wixom, Mich., where she and Mary Wilson of the Supremes are appearing in-studio for the TV special's re-broadcasting at 8 p.m. Feb. 28 on WTVS. READ MORE.
The Michigan Theater and State Theatre, in partnership with Nicola's Books, are pleased to present The Noir Film Series, which began Monday, Jan. 12 with a presentation of "The Maltese Falcon" (1941). The series will continue weekly through the end of April. The series is billed as being full of "Guns! Dames! Cigarettes!" READ MORE.
ANN ARBOR - The Jim Toy Community Center (JTCC) will host a fundraiser with out lesbian comedian Suzanne Westenhoefer Feb. 26 in Ann Arbor. Funds will be raised in support of the marriage equality lawsuit that will be heard before the U.S. Supreme Court. READ MORE.
Andrew Rannells won't soon be living down the handjob he gave to a boy in a bathroom. Thanks to Lena Dunham and the other writers turning out sharp social commentary and anecdotal writing for this current installment of HBO's "Girls," now in its fourth season, the theater-turned-TV star didn't just speed-race his way through a handy - he's danced, de-clothed and continued to lambast the fogey fashions of Dunham's Hannah. And god bless him for it. READ MORE.
A single tweet changed Ricky Martin's life, and then it changed the world. When the internationally famed Puerto Rican heartthrob came out in 2010, declaring himself on Twitter "a fortunate homosexual man" who's "very blessed to be who I am," Martin, 43, stepped out of the closet and into himself. Reflecting the free life he's currently basking in are the raw sounds and personal soliloquies on the singer's 10th studio album, "A Quien Quiera Escuchar" ("To Whomever Wants to Listen"), released via Sony Music Latin. READ MORE.
- EXCLUSIVE! Ricky Martin Talks Love Life ('I'm Enjoying Being Single'), Shirtless Selfies, Swoon-Worthy Texts & How He'd React To Having Gay Sons
- Controversial Musician Cameron Carpenter: Don't Call Me The 'Flamboyant Organist'
- Q&A: John Waters On Kink Freaks, James Franco, His Collection Of A**hole Art & Why He May Retire From Film
- Closet, Hollywood Gossip Collide In Riverwalk Theatre Production
- Q&A: Kelly Clarkson Talks Lesbian Groupies ('Kezbos'!), Gay Bars & Her Problem With 'Risqué' Pop Peers
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Dancing, music, delicious food and a party atmosphere will greet the hundreds of people coming out to the 2015 Ultimate LGBT Wedding and Anniversary Expo March 21.View More Marriage
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