Daily Gaydar: Raven Symoné steps out with her (maybe?) lady and True Blood announces an end date.
Plus, what’s next for Ellen and lesbro George Takei shows his support for Christine Quinn.
Posted Wednesday, September 4, 2013, 12:29AM
Welcome back curvettes!
As much as we don’t want to announce this, True Blood will end after season 7 in summer 2014. We’ll miss you Sookie, Pam, and Tara. (Especially you Pam… call us?) [TVLine]
Raven Symoné—who came out in August via Twitter following the repeal of DOMA —was spotted at the Ludacris‘ Labor Day charity bash with her rumored girlfriend AZ Livingston on her arm/ (That's the two of them on the bottom right corner.) How cute are these two? [USmagazine]
The N&N Files teaser is up! The detective webseries starring the sexy Liz Vassey and Christina Cox follows the two lesbian partners who work as private investigators in New Orleans. The show reveals the juicy details of their lives along with their daily encounters as detectives in America’s biggest party town. The series will be available exclusively on onemorelesbian.com/tello. [AfterEllen]
Kennedy Center President Michael Kaiser and John Roberts, a government economist, became the first same-sex couple to be married by a member of the Supreme Court. Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg officiated the ceremony on Saturday at the Kennedy Center for Performing Arts. Ginsberg is said to officiate another same-sex marriage this month. [abcnews]
Mark your calendars for season 11 of the Ellen DeGeneres Show, which returns on on Sept. 9! The season premiere will feature an interview with Leah Remini (King of Queens), who recently defected from the Church of Scientology. Simon Cowell (American Idol) will also be hanging out with our favorite Sapphic talk show host. [HollywoodReporter]
Celine Dion is definitely still rockin’ it. Her new single Loved me Back to Life was released today. Even if you already have your copy, check out her live performance! Now that’s talent! [AfterEllen]
Lesbro George Takei (Star Trek) created a very entertaining video endorsement in support of New York City’s lesbian mayoral candidate, Christine Quinn. [BuzzFeed]
And finally, former Teen Mom-star Farrah Abraham is feminine, but not a lesbian... wait, what? In a recent interview with the Miami News Times, Abraham’s response to “Are you a feminist?” was “What does that mean, you’re a lesbian or something?” Le sigh. Someone get this girl a dictionary and a copy of Feminism: A Beginners Guide, stat. [MiamiNewTimes]
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