Shade of The Day: 50 Cent Responds to Ex Vivica A Fox's Rumors he Might be Gay
Via: ET
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On Sunday's Watch What Happens Live, Vivica A. Fox started throwing some major shade at her ex, rapper 50 Cent.

And she totally didn't do him any favors with those already infamous gay rumors.

Host Andy Cohen asked her about her upcoming appearance on Empire and her thoughts on 50 Cent blaming a rating dip on "gay stuff."

"First of all, you know the pot called the kettle black is all I'm saying," Fox said.


She eventually confirmed he wasn't gay, but said a magazine with Soulja Boy raised some major questions for her.

50 Cent took to Instagram to call out Fox in a very Not-Safe-For-Work way, which included mentions of booty-eating.

In conclusion, 50 Cent is definitely maybe not gay.

And we can all agree it would really suck to have an ex that goes on TV talk shows.

Abs of The Day: James Franco Goes Shirtless on The Set of His Gay Adult Film Biopic
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Actor James Franco stripped down yesterday on the set of his new gay adult film biopic King Cobra, and things got steamy.

Franco's production company is producing the film, which is based on the 2007 murder of gay adult film maven Bryan Kocis. He appeared on Instagram next to actor Keegan Allen, clad only in a pair of skimpy underwear.

"KING COBRA" 🐉🐉🐉🐉🐉🐉 Directed by @tojustinkelly @keeoone

A photo posted by James Franco (@jamesfrancotv) on

Disney Star Garrett Clayton (below left) will also appear in the movie, playing adult film star Brent Corrigan (below right).

The crime at the center of the film happened in 2007 when Harlow Raymond Cuadra (below left), and Joseph Manuel Kerekes (below right) murdered Kocis, owner of Cobra Video.

They tried to lure Corrigan away from Kocis, police say.

Christian Slater will play Kocis alongside actress Molly Ringwald.

Oh My of the Day: George Takei Has Perfect Response For Facebook Troll
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George Takei really sucks—and he's proud of it!

The Star Trek legend and Internet darling had the prefect response this week for a Facebook troll trying to bring him down.

He shared a screenshot of the exchange with the caption: "Sorry, couldn't help myself.‪ #‎Trollololollol‬"


Takei is known for his epic Internet takedowns, so mark this one down as another win for Sulu.

In anticipation of his taking over The Daily Show last month, Trevor Noah and co. hid a bunch of short ad videos in specific Google searches.

Like this:

Here are the ones we found, but there are probably more. It's pretty clever and fun to find them.

Let us know if you stumble across any we didn't catch!

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This gay couple really pulled one over on a pizzeria. Sort of.

Surely you remember Memories Pizza in Indiana. They were the company that said they would refuse service to any gay couple wanting the restaurant to cater their wedding.

It caused quite a stir. To the point where the pizzeria had to close under a wave of Yelp reviews and protests. Then, they received a healthy bout of funding from a supportive GoFundMe. It brought them almost $1 million, enough to open back up the restaurant and return to healthy, happy business.

Until now.

The description of the video says it all:

On Friday, September 25, 2015, GayCo Ensemble Member Robin Trevino drove to Walkerton, IN. GayCo's current production of 50 States of Gay celebrates the Supreme Court decision which made same-sex marriage the law of the land in the US by choosing a different state out of a hat each week. When Indiana was chosen, Robin decided to have a vow renewal/first legal ceremony in the state where he resides - Illinois. He drove to Walkerton; to Memories Pizza, where he purchased a couple pizzas, froze them in a cooler and brought them home. On Saturday, September 26, 2015 we was married to his husband before a legal officiant. After the ceremony, the happy couple (and their one year old daughter) served Memories Pizza to all their guests. Congrats to Memories Pizza for (unknowingly) catering your FIRST GAY WEDDING!

You know, it's not exactly catering it. But they seemed pleased with the ruse, and their marriage, so good for them.

Mr. Smithers might finally come out of the closet this season.
Via: TV Line
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Come on out, Mr. Smithers. We're all waiting for you.

The Simpsons new season, which just began Sept. 27, might have some lasting changes to the cast. Specifically, Mr. Smithers just might admit his sexuality to Mr. Burns.

It's long been known that Mr. Smithers is gay, for a while it was used as the only aspect of that character, but it's remained hidden from the dastardly Mr. Burns for the duration of the two's working relationship.

Speaking to TV Line, Executive Producer Al Jean revealed a little teaser about what's to come in the 27th season:

"In Springfield now, most people know he's gay, but obviously Burns doesn't," Jean notes. "We deal with that in two episodes. … We actually do a lot with Smithers this year; he gets fed up with Burns not appreciating him and considers his options."

I guess we'll just have to wait and see.

But don't worry Mr. Smithers. It gets better.

Obama names an openly gay man to lead the U.S. Army
Via: Reuters
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We've come quite a long way since Don't Ask Don't Tell.

President Obama announced his nomination for the next Secretary of the Army Sept. 18 and it's Eric Fanning, an openly gay man.

If confirmed, Fanning would take over for current Secretary John McHugh who will soon leave the post.

Reuters has more details on the appointment:

Fanning is currently serving as acting Army undersecretary, and previously worked as Air Force undersecretary and chief of staff to U.S. Defense Secretary Ash Carter. His nomination to the post must still be confirmed by the U.S. Senate.

"Eric brings many years of proven experience and exceptional leadership to this new role," Obama said in a statement. "I am confident he will help lead America's soldiers with distinction."

Carter called Fanning's nomination "an excellent choice" by Obama and said he hoped for a quick Senate confirmation.

A quick confirmation might not be in store if history is any indication. President Obama has had more nominations blocked by Senate filibuster threat than any other president.

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