Drag Race’s Milk out of drag (and clothes), Amy Sedaris returns, Jessica Lange becomes Joan Crawford
Drag Race veteran Milk is never not visually stunning — a fact that holds true whether or not he’s wearing makeup (or clothes.)
Check out his Instagram page here.
It’s a project that has, erm, roughly a 50/50 chance of being camp as a row of tents.
Our first look at Feud — starring Jessica Lange as Joan Crawford and Susan Sarandon as Bette Davis — is here, courtesy of Entertainment Weekly.
You should probably start writing a letter to daddy.
Because he’s never ever covered by gay media, you might not be familiar with Billy Eichner and his hilarious show Billy on the Street — so let this bit about gun control (co-starring Keegan-Michael Key) be your primer.
Here’s a vague approximation of your face when you first heard TruTV greenlit a new comedy starring Amy Sedaris, which focuses on everything “from Frenching beans, to gutting a trout, to crocheting miniature sweaters, to entertaining businessmen.”
Last week, Megan Mullally paid a visit to Jimmy Kimmel to discuss the Will & Grace revival, and among the many takeaways was this frothy factoid: While filming her episode, Madonna apparently didn’t know any of the actor’s names, and went about referring to them as their character’s names instead.