When You Need An Extra Hand At A Urinal, Madonna’s Next Album And Who Will Play Robbie Rogers In The TV Series


Michael Urie has been working in the shopping mall in Barbra Streisand‘s basement (you read that correctly) for over a year now in Buyer & Cellar, the hit stage comedy that gently pokes fun at the legendary entertainer’s equally legendary eccentricities. Now that the play has arrived in Los Angeles there’s a chance that She Herself might stop by to see what the fuss is about.

Speaking of “the greatest star,” take this quiz to find out which Barbra you are.

Robbie Rogers

It was only a matter of time before the story of Robbie Rogers inspired a sitcom. Fortunately, the series is in the capable hands of super-producers Craig Zadan and Neil Meron. Who would you cast as Robbie?


“When other boys in my school were sneaking off to watch boobs in Porky’s or glimpses or nip slips in Conan the Barbarian, I was sat glued in front of the telly trying to learn the choreography from ‘Dress You Up.'” That’s out musician Darren Hayes, a lifelong Madonna fan, explaining to Attitude why it’s important for Madge’s next album to blow us all away.

If you’re a film buff you already know that Dog Day Afternoon is one of the greatest films of the 1970s, but did you know it’s based on a true story?  The Dog, a new documentary that chronicles the incredible tale of John “The Dog” Wajtowicz, who attempted to rob a bank to finance his lover’s sex-reassignment surgery, will open in select theaters August 8 but until then you can watch the trailer above.


Ever been standing at a urinal and needed another hand? These guys feel your pain.