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I hate that I'm going to tune in for 1B. If only to see what they do with Lacey....and Dacey are just really, really attractive. Hate myself.
For Good! WICKED's Idina Menzel & Kristin Chenoweth Reunite In New Photoshoot The reunion Broadway babies have been awaiting for a decade has at last arrived - WICKED superstars Idina Menzel and Kristin Chenoweth sharing the spotlight once again via a stylish new photoshoot. Brooms included!
The triple-threat performers posed for the new reunion-themed issue of Entertainment Weekly in honor of the tenth anniversay of WICKED on Broadway, which continues to remain one of the hottest tickets on the Great White Way - and around the world.Of course, both Menzel and Chenoweth have made memorable appearances on FOX's hit musical dramedy series GLEE since their time with WICKED, yet they unfortunately never shared a scene together on the series, let alone a song, so this is our very first opportunity to see the iconic twosome together since their reign as leading ladies of the Oz-inspired musical by Stephen Schwartz and Winnie Holzman, based on the book by Gregory Maguire.
Are you curious about Naveen Andrew‘s character, Jafar, on ABC’s in Wonderland?
Exec producer Adam Horowitz teases what fans can expect from the series’ villain during the course of season one in a TV Guide.from
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Death Grips have followed up the cancellation of a tour that was never even announced, by releasing a rather interesting statement regarding their current situation. The press release was sent "exclusively to 10 smaller websites," and features news regarding their new label, and a film starring Robert Pattinson. Read it below! [via P&Ps]
The Atlanta Braves stood up against bullying for GLAAD Spirit Day on Thursday and their fans reacted -- harshly. By bullying the Braves with anti-gay rants.
The Braves embrace LGBT fans with gay nights, hosting cuddle bear Ben Cohen (photo),producing anti-bullying videos and showing off their abs. It's an effort that came from Roger McDowell's anti-gay slurs a few years back.
So it's little surprise that the team joined GLAAD's Spirit Day, which asks people to wear purple and change their social media profiles to match to speak out against bullying. All MLB teams joined the campaign by posting a simple Spirit Day message on Facebook. Braves fans reacted quickly, starting with "This is not cool Braves!" It went downhill from there.