Daily Gaydar: Rosie O’Donnell’s surprise visit, Lea DeLaria’s new role, and Natalie Dormer joins The Hunger Games.

Plus, we’ve got Mary Lambert’s new music video.


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Happy Monday curvettes! 

Rosie O’Donnell paid a surprise visit to truTVs Impractical Jokers “during a bogus presentation on cloning has a very shocked Q seeing double.” Don’t miss the episode airing Sept. 12 at 10 p.m. [BroadwayWorld]

 

 

Hunger Games’ fans! Game of Thrones’ star Natalie Dormer is casted to play Cressidia, a director from the Capitol in Part 1 and 2 of The Hunger Games: Mockingjay. [USAToday]

 

If you missed last night’s VMA’s, you missed a great performance. No, we’re not talking about Miley Cyrus twerking on stage. Jennifer Hudson joined Mary Lambert and Macklemore on stage performing “Same Love”/ “She Keeps Me Warm” and it was incredible! Watch it here [SheWired]

 

 

Out actor Lea DeLaria (Orange is the New Black) is taking on a different role as an evil lunch lady in a new musical Dear Dumb Diary airing on the Hallmark Channel September 6. [AfterEllen]

 

 

The lovely Mistresses star Jes Macallan and husband Jason Gray-Stanfrd posed for NOH8 campaign this week. We love seeing celebrities posing for NOH8. You guys rock! [AfterEllen]

 

 

A new web series has launched called Lez Build A Family, which features episodes “on issues ranging from insemination, fostering, adoption, surrogacy and the controversial new two-egg method of fertilization. It will also go over the legal rights of LGBT couples in each country it covers.” The web series is created by Maya Jean-Baptiste from Canada to show the realities of parenting. [FloridaGayNews]

 

 

Time to wrap up your Monday with Mary Lambert’s new queer-esque music video for “She Keeps Me Warm.”

 

 

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