Boy looks HAWT!!!
Last night, New York was alive with music as Cheyenne Jackson, with the help of The New York Pops performed at Carnegie Hall.
Cheyenne Jackson's Cocktail Hour: Music of the 'Mad Men' Era was a huge hit, with Cheyenne laying on the charm for the excited audience and for Jane Krakowski, who joined him for a number (and a kiss!)
Check out the gallery below to see more pics from the event!
We're sure it was a magical night!
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These two gentlemen NEED to be back on television.
Which is why we're so excited that Cheyenne Jackson and Nathan Lane are teaming up to star in a comedy pilot for primetime television.
The two talented Broadway actors will star in a show for the USA Network, which will center around an actor, played by Nathan, who is going through a career slump.
His character heads to Texas to care for his sick father, played by Ken Jenkins, where he meets and befriends a doctor played by Cheyenne.
It's a pretty big deal to have two gay actors working as leads on a sitcom together. We couldn't be more proud of them. They both are soooo talented and deserve so much success.
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We love Cheyenne Jackson!!!
Sounds like this will be something truly special!
Last month, we heard all about Dustin Lance Black's new play 8, which focuses on the federal case challenging Prop 8!
We'd heard that the play would premiere as a Broadway benefit reading for one night only on Sept. 19th in NYC. We also heard it would feature an A-list ensemble cast including Morgan Freeman, Marisa Tomei, Anthony Edwards, Rob Reiner, John Lithgow, and Bradley Whitford….AND Matt Bomer & Cheyenne Jackson playing husbands!
Now, the play about the Prop 8 case opens in less than a week, and everyone seem VERY excited about it!
Here's what president of the American Foundation for Equal Rights Chad Griffin had to say about the play:
Yeah. Can someone come over here and re-attach our jaw?
It seemed to have fallen off, and we can't get it off the floor!
Dustin Lance Black will be premiering his new play 8 - which focuses on the federal case challenging Prop 8 - for one night only on September 19th in New York City as a benefit reading, which will not only feature an A-list ensemble of Morgan Freeman, Marisa Tomei, Anthony Edwards, Rob Reiner, John Lithgow, and Bradley Whitford, but according to new reports: