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The Unsinkable Debbie Reynolds

In this archival interview, the legend gabs with Greg Archer about her return to the stage, her loyal gay fans, and how Hollywood has changed since her heyday.

Married and Counting

Home on the Range

Wade Rouse may be thought of as the gay love child of Henry David Thoreau and David Sedaris, but toss him into the forest with a lover and a smorgasbord of curious neighbors, and you have a wicked black comedy.

Finding Depth

Finding Me is not your average "boy meets boy" love story -- few films actually are -- but the new flick sizzles, thanks in part to its emotional depth.

Holly Hunter, Hard as Nails

Holly Hunter returns for a second season of Saving Grace and talks to about gay plotlines, spirituality, and Christina Ricci.

Lisa Lampanelli Will F--k You Up

Foul-mouthed comic Lisa Lampanelli doesn't hold back in her first interview with Whether discussing black men she's dated or her gay fans, she lets it all hang out -- and then some.

Dance King Jason Gilkison Makes His Move

Out Aussie ballroom champ Jason Gilkison looks to give Dancing With the Stars a run for its money on the new Superstars of Dance.

Dame Edna's Fond First Farewell

As Dame Edna prepares to bid audiences adieu with her First Farewell Tour (take that, Cher), she sits down with to talk about her maybe gay son, Michelle Obama's dresses, and her plans for matrimony in America.

The Kid Stays in the Picture

Lana Turner's lesbian daughter, Cheryl Crane, has penned her second memoir about her late, great movie star mother -- Lana: The Memories, the Myths, the Movies. Crane sits down with The Advocate to relive that fateful night she killed her mother's mobster lover, share some untold stories, and give us a sneak peek at the new photographs of their life together.

Henry Rollins Stands Up Against Prop. 8

Henry Rollins has never been one to shy away from controversy. On the eve of Election Day, the outspoken singer-comedian-activist speaks out against Proposition 8, touts Barack Obama, tells the Pat Robertsons and Sarah Palins of the world to go back to the Stone Age, and urges LGBT people to "never relent."

Chris Diamantopoulos on Top

After nearly a decade of guest stints -- from Law & Order to Eli Stone -- Chris Diamantopoulos has landed the plum role of Debra Messing's best and gay friend, Rodney, in the new USA series The Starter Wife. For those of you expecting another Will-Grace pairing, you might be surprised to see what this hunk has up his sleeve.

Messing Around Again

Forget Grace Adler (for a minute). Suddenly, Debra Messing wants to become everybody's favorite desperate ex-housewife with her big return to the small screen in The Starter Wife.

Mr Smith Goes to Washington

But will anyone follow? How one man on two wheels who has a passion for all things green aims to spawn a bevy of eco queers.

The Rivers (Still) Wild

The queen of the red carpet, Joan Rivers, talks about the state of the world while on tour for her one-woman show in Europe.

The Story Thus Far

David Sedaris opens up about embarrassing hairs, gay marriage, and whether or not he's gay enough

Hair Apparent

Jaclyn Smith on the success of Bravo's Shear Genius, her Angel years and the quest to gain more inner strength

Safe in the Stalls

Top Chef

Things get hot in the kitchen for Top Chef contestants Jennifer and Zoi. They may be partners in life, but they're now squaring off for the title and there can only be one winner