Whewww, Ms. Tina is not messin' around, y'all!
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Things are getting HOT!
Well now, it's finally becoming a reality… SORT OF!
On June 25, Men.com will release the first scene from Captain America: A Gay XXX Parody featuring Alex Mecum as Captain America and Paddy O'Brien as Bucky.
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Shawn Mendes has had enough!
In his response, Shawn says he isn't mad people were saying he gives off a "gay vibe" — he's instead frustrated people would make gay references in a negative way at all. The main point: even if he was gay, it shouldn't matter. Bless!
The Canada native went on:
This. Is. Beautiful.
On Thursday, Todrick Hall dropped his visual album Straight Outta Oz on YouTube, and it's an absolutely incredible, star-studded piece of art.
The Wizard Of Oz parody tells the story of the 31-year-old's life, including his childhood, coming to terms with his sexual identity, falling in love, moving to
El Lay Oz Angeles, struggling with the entertainment industry, and his relationship with his family.
The hour-long video also examines controversies and social injustices including the Black Lives Matter movement, police brutality, gun violence, and more.
It even includes touching tributes to Christina Grimmie, Trayvon Martin, and the Orlando shooting victims.
The amazing performer took to Twitter after releasing the visual, revealing that he did this to creatively express the pain he's felt over the past year, writing:
Love is the best medicine!
Since the horrible mass shooting at Pulse nightclub in Orlando almost two weeks ago, there has been a ton of support for the victims — and Broadway is making sure they're contributing as much as possible!
Some pretty major names, including Sarah Jessica Parker, Whoopi Goldberg, and Kristen Bell, recently came together to record a cover of Burt Bacharach and Hal David's classic song What the World Needs Now is Love to benefit the Orlando shooting victims and on Tuesday they released their track!
Well now we have even better news as Maya Rudolph and Martin Short had some of the song's performers — Sean Hayes, Megan Hilty, Rosie Perez, and Michael Cerveris — perform the track live on their new show Maya & Marty on Tuesday night!
In a shared message at the begging of the video, the stars expressed their deep feelings of sadness saying:
"All of us in the Broadway community are deeply saddened by the senseless tragedy that occurred in Orlando. We send our love and support and thoughts and prayers to everyone impacted by this act of violence and hate."
Ch-ch-check out the AH-Mazingly inspirational performance (below) and don't forget to snag What the World Needs Now is Love on iTunes to help benefit the LGBT Center of Central Florida!