A source close to the situation explained:
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And this is why she's our queen.
After Karl Lagerfeld called the singer fat, he's now about to face the wrath of Queen Madge.
Speaking out in defense of Adele, Madonna said:
"That's horrible. That's ridiculous, that's just the most ridiculous thing I've ever heard…Adele's a great talent and how much she weighs has nothing to do with it."
You tell 'em, Madonna! Besides, we all know that Adele is absolutely gorgeous so we don't know what Unkle Karl is talking about!
[Image via WENN.]
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Dan Savage launched the It Gets Better project in 2010 and MTV and sister station Logo will be airing a 60 minute special in late February.
The special will show three teens struggling with different LGBT issues. Along with Savage, Zachary Quinto, Adam Levine, Magaret Cho, Chaz Bono, Sia, Jake Shears, and Vinny from the Shore will appear to encourage gay youths.
The It Gets Better project has produced over 30,000 videos to support gay youths and provide hope and comfort and we hope this special increases that output ten-fold!
Check out the video to catch a sneak peek on the upcoming special.
The song might not be the best, but it doesn't sound bad and the video IS cool!
Check out what Margaret Cho came up with for her music video for Baby I'm With The Band — it's basically a behind-the-scenes look at Bonnaroo!
Did U go to Bonnaroo?? Did U see Cho??
We mean that in a good way.
Margaret Cho's got a new comedy album out, Cho Dependent, and being the clever girl that she is, she knows that the best way to sell an album is to release a video to a go along with it.
Here's her new music video featuring Grant Lee Phillips, "Asian Adjacent."
It's about exactly what you think it is about. LOLz!
Lookin' good, Margaret!
Check out the video (above) of Margaret Cho repping a dress designed by Project Runway alum Rami Kashou on Sunday's episode of Lifetime's Drop Dead Diva.
We're pumped for this one, because it's the uber-important episode we mentioned back in April, which is inspired by the true story of Constance McMillen, who