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Kissing George Clooney Is Forgettable, Jimmy Somerville And Valerie Cherish Are Back And You Too Can Be Neil Patrick Harris

Want to ride on a yacht with Elton John like Neil Patrick Harris? Or maybe watch him do shots of pure rubbing alcohol or sink in quicksand? How about watching NPH and hubby David Burtka play Lady and the Tramp? Well, however you want him, he’s all yours.

The great Jimmy Somerville, whose seminal band Bronski Beat figures in the upcoming gay-themed film Pride, is set to release a new album this fall. Take a listen to the disco-infused first single “Travesty.”

Thank you for being a criminal. It’s Orange is the New Black meets The Golden Girls. Sort of.

More details about the new season of The Comeback have emerged, which make it sound worth the long nine year wait for more Valerie Cherish. The entire cast of the beloved 2005 comedy — including Lisa Kudrow, Kellan Lutz and Robert Michael Morris as the hilariously delusional hairdresser Mickey — is back. Here’s a teaser to hold you over until the premiere on November 9

 

Whitney Houston was one of the greatest singers in the history of music, but unless you’re of a certain age you probably never got to see Nippy perform live or at her vocal peak. If that’s true, here’s the next best thing — an upcoming CD/DVD compilation of some of her greatest live performances.

 

Barring complete insanity, how could anyone forget what it’s like to kiss George Clooney? While the 35th anniversary of her sitcom The Facts of Life was being honored by PaleyFest, Lisa Whelchel, who starred as Blair, confessed she’s gone made doesn’t remember smooching the sexy superstar when he appeared on the long-running series.

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