In the words of prolific TV icon Alana ‘Honey Boo Boo’ Thompson, “Everybody’s a little gay.” Yes, I did just quote Honey Boo Boo, don’t judge. You may or may not agree, (some more loudly than others) but HEY, that’s ok.
Regardless, check out this new documentary series from Viceland. “Gaycation” debuted last week with Japan as the first destination.
The docu-series follows Ellen Page and her best friend, Ian Daniel, as they set off on a personal journey to explore LGBTQ cultures around the world.
Watch Episode 1 of Gaycation: Japan, here.
You can view the entire series on Viceland’s website with a login from your cable provider.
In case you missed the Oscars the other night, here’s Queen Gaga performing a Sound Of Music Tribute.
Lady Gaga performed for the first time at the Oscars on Sunday in a special 50th anniversary tribute to “The Sound of Music.” The Robert Wise film, starring Julie Andrews and Christopher Plummer, came out in 1965 and won five Academy Awards.
The Sound of Music was an important movie throughout my childhood, I was ecstatic to see Lady Gaga perform this… and then Julie Andrews joining her at the end. Perfect!
I am so loving Gaga’s new aesthetic: glamorous and elegant. The Tony Bennett and Lady Gaga collaboration has been on repeat in my apartment. She’s also recently engaged to actor Taylor Kinney, you go girl!
WARE is stoked about the return of Portlandia. Now in it’s fourth season, Carrie Brownstein and Fred Armisen are still making us laugh with their oddball humor.
Here’s something new to keep you excited:
Portlandia Season 4 sneak peek.
Seth Meyers announced on Twitter today that Fred Armisen will “curate and lead the band,” and most importantly, “continue to run it even when he’s off shooting Portlandia.”
Late Night with Seth Meyers kicks off on Mon, Feb. 24, days before Portlandia Season 4 premieres on Thurs, Feb. 27 at 10/9c. Get ready for a Fred-filled February.