On this first day of August, Adam Levine is becoming a renaissance man, Switched at Birth gets a tall order, and a Baldwin stays busy.
It was a lackluster year for musicals and a great year for plays, but, alas, the gay prom must go on. Last night's televised Tonys event (yes, they still televise the Tonys) was star-studded, upset-filled and full of enormous and pretentious egos. Host Sean Hayes was funny for the most part, and overall it was a fabulous way to spend a Sunday evening. But there were lowlights, of course. Read on as I list the best and worst parts of the show.
Gabby Sidibe's got a new job, extortion isn't that big a deal, Heroes might be dead (it'll never be dead), and Katherine Heigl's got a new hairdo.
Looks like it's gonna be TLC Minus 9 pretty soon.
More good news for gays and the girls who love them! Number first: Ab Fab is getting its own Amurrrrricanized version, according to Variety. As per usual, I approach this tidbit with all appropriate trepidation, being that it seems unlikely that a remake could ever approach the raw, naked (tee!) genius of the original ... But I'm optimistic, partially because original creator Jennifer Saunders will oversee the project and it's being produced by my very own imaginary best friend Mitchell Hurwitz! Or perhaps I am still drunk from last night? I digress!