Daily Gaydar: Jodie Foster’s new boo and the latest from Hi Fashion.
Plus, Variety’s 2013 Women of Power list is released and Gay Days is happening at Disney Land.
Electro-pop duo Hi Fashion released their video for “Lighthouse,” a strangely captivating performance that highlights the duos unique take on the genre of music. Hi Fashion is definitely making a name for themselves. Watch the mesmerizing video and check out their EP, “You are Gorgeous,” which came out in July. And read our review with the stylish duo in Curve’s October issue, on stands now! [hifashion]
Jodie Foster reportedly has a new, smoking hot girlfriend. Alexandra Hedison (The L Word) split with Ellen Degeneres back in 2004, and is apparently getting close with Foster as of late. What a great looking couple! [huffingtonpost]
Congratulations New Jersey! Same sex couples should expect to be able to get married as of Oct. 21! Unless a higher court pushes back, it’s time for some wedding bells! [buzzfeed]
Oprah’s Next Chapter will be featuring Wanda Sykes as one of three guests who will be talking openly about the time when they realized they were gay. The show, which airs on Oct. 27, will also cover the actor’s coming out stories and how being gay has affected their on screen careers. [afterellen]
Amber Tamblyn has been bumped up to a series regular on Two and a Half Men. The actor, who plays Charlie Sheen’s long lost daughter, was originally cast to play a recurring character. Expect to see her on a regular basis! [afterellen]
Have any of you been wondering how Tegan and Sara ended up on stage with Taylor Swift at the Staples Center in August? The story is, Swift fell in love with Tegan and Sara’s song “Closer,” which plays on the trailer for G.B.F. The hugely famous singer got in contact with the two sisters, who jumped at the chance to play live with her. Watch the video here, and check out how great of a performance it was. [huffingtonpost]
Julie Goldman is on our gaydar again. According to her facebook page, next Sunday you can watch her and Brandy Howard on Bravo’s new show The People’s Couch. This may be a recurring role, so set your TiVo! [bravotv]
If we asked you to look at every gay-activist petition on the Internet, you’d never leave your computer, but this heartfelt letter from Italian Nobel Prize winner Dario Fo to Guido Barilla asking him to make a commercial featuring LGBT families is worth a special mention. Beautifully penned (or keyed), this petition isn’t accepting Barilla’s apologies so far, and will accept nothing less than a queer friendly commercial as amends. (That's Dario Fo in the picture, from an original Barilla ad from 1959) [change.org]
It’s time for Gay Days at Disneyland! The party runs from Oct. 4–6 this year. If you’re going to be in the Anaheim area, there’s still time to get discounted tickets, book hotel rooms, and buy your Gay Days T-shirts! And make sure to get your hands on a copy of the Queens in the Kingdom guidebook. [gaydaysanaheim]
Yearlong Liverpool Museum exhibit "April Ashley: Portrait of a Lady" is now open, featuring bold photographs and personal documents that tell the life of April Ashley, LGBT rights activist and Britain’s first transgender icon. The U.K. exhibit is getting international press and acclaim, and Huffpost has some of the stunning images. [Huffpost]
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