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Daily Gaydar: Pretty Little Liars releases its Halloween promo, lesbian weddings in New Mexico and which Glee star is headed to Dancing with the Stars?

Plus, watch Lady Gaga’s VMA performance and spooky trailer for Kelly McGillis’ new film.


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Happy Wednesday everyone! We have a few videos for you to watch today, but first, let’s celebrate all of the marriages that are happening in New Mexico! Six counties are now issuing marriage licenses to gay and lesbian couples. [Shewired]

 

Pretty Little Liars fans- the Halloween promo is out! Get a sneak peak at the Liar’s costumes as they head to Ravenswood for the holiday. [Shewired]

 

 

Glee’s Amber Riley is said to be joining Dancing with the Stars for Season 17. We sadly won’t be seeing her on Glee much longer, but at least we don’t have to say goodbye! We already know she has some moves and can’t wait to watch her tear it up on the dance floor. [Eonline]

 

 

Make sure to watch Lady Gaga’s VMA performance. Can you count the number of costume changes? Gaga starts the show dressed like a nun and ends it in a bikini. We like what we see. The mega pop star is still going strong and is obviously enjoying the ride. [MTV]

 

 

 

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Is Orange is the New Black’s Alex Vause your homegirl? Or maybe you prefer Suzanne Choose your favorite character on the show and grab one of these tees. [Redbubble]

 

 

Out lesbian Kelly McGillis is staring in a new thriller that’s set to release next month. The new We Are What We Are is a remake of the 2010 version horror film, just in time for Halloween! Check out the trailer. [Vimeo]

 

 

 

 

NewFest, New York City’s LGBT film festival is happening next month. There will definitely be an array of features highlighting LGBT and allied filmmakers. Get your tickets now! [Autostraddle]

 

 

To finish off your Wednesday, here’s bisexual hip-hop artist Angel Haze’s new track, Echelon. Love it! [AfterEllen]

 

 

 

 

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