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Features Q&A: Jane Lynch on Singing Nicki Minaj, How She Thought Being Lesbian Was a 'Mental Disease' & Her Man Crush

You better believe Jane Lynch can sing, and even if you don't, "I think by the time you buy the ticket and come to the show, you hope I can sing! You've got your fingers crossed!" the "Glee" alum says of her touring act "See Jane Sing," cracking her signature booming laugh. READ MORE.

Deep Inside Hollywood

Billie Jean King, Jurrasic World, Elle Fanning and Jena Malone READ MORE.

Cyndi Lauper on Fame, Going Country & Wanting to Star In 'What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?' with Madonna

To talk about her twangy transformation, Lauper called just as she was leaving Los Angeles, where she recently received her much-deserved star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Lauper was her usual chatty and chirpy self as she dished on longing to be the "unknown singer," shoe struggles and forever wanting to take on Joan Crawford and Bette Davis' infamous revenge relic "What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?" How exactly? By starring in a version of it alongside Madonna, of course. READ MORE.

Tituss Burgess on Season 2 of 'Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt,' How Tina Fey Pushes His Limits ('I'm in White Face, Man!') & His Viral Sensation 'Peeno Noir'

The Internet loves a good penis pun. One of 2015's biggest breakout stars, Tituss Burgess, discovered this fact last year, when the "Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt" actor's already-escalating showbiz profile reached new heights thanks to a song he sang called "Peeno Noir: An Ode to Black Penis." So Burgess can retire now, right? READ MORE.

Deep Inside Hollywood

Cara Delevingne, 'I Am Jazz', Queen Latifah, Prison Break READ MORE.

How Photographer Jess Dugan Is Transforming Minds with Portraits of Transgender Trailblazers

There's a photograph of Jess T. Dugan from 2005 with bandages over where her breasts used to be. She's standing nude beside her mother and the two are pillars. The photo is a powerful declaration of self - recognizing it, embracing it. "I have always used photography to understand myself and my place in the world," Dugan says. "At that time I used my work to come to terms with my body and my gender. Those earlier pictures were very much about, 'This is my body, this is my gender, this is my mother, this is my community.'" READ MORE.

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