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Armie Hammer gets sexy with a peach; Chris Meloni shirtlessly resists Trump; Devil Wears Prada LIVE!

THE BODY POLITIC: Does taking your shirt off constitute “resistance,” or is it merely irresistible? Chris Meloni’s latest Tweet asks the difficult questions, but provides little in the way of answers:

DOLL PARTS:  Cyguy is an artist who creates not-at-all-creepy dolls, each stitched in the likeness of gay icons like Madonna, Judy Garland, and Mariah Carey. At night, the Judy doll goes sentient and drinks all your gin, singing gutsy renditions of “The Trolley Song.”

BETTER THAN “CARRIE”! In the near future, The Devil Wears Prada will be shearing across cremé-colored corridors and onto The Great White Way, with a bitchy book by Paul Rudnick (Jeffrey, Addam’s Family Values), and bitchy tunes by Elton John (“Grow Some Funk Of Your Own,” “I Feel Like A Bullet (In the Gun Of Robert Ford).”)

PEACHY PEEN: We’ve never read it (or “books”), but André Aciman‘s 2007 novel Call Me By Your Name apparently features a sex scene involving a 17-year-old boy, a 24-year-old tutor, and self-pleasure via split-open peach. (Yes, it’s on Kindle.)

Apparently, the scene is also included in the upcoming film adaptation, which stars Armie Hammer and premiered at Sundance this week. Here, director Luca Guadagnino explains the controversial scene, via interview with The Hollywood Reporter: 

GET WIGGY WITH IT: New music from RuPaul drops next week, but we don’t know anything beyond this tantalizing Tweet:

That coy little minx! We’re expecting a huge hit, since RuPaul has has been steadily deliv–