Out Olympian Tom Daley turns 21 today – which means he can now get into SF Badlands legally. Let's celebrate this fine twink with a collection of his best images. And given that he is shirtless 99% of the time, note that there is only one photo below where he wears a shirt.
Happy Birthday, Tom!
He also is on the cover of ‘GQ’ this month. I want to chew those nips.
Matthew Lewis, who played Neville Longbottom in the ‘Harry Potter’ films, is now 25 and has grown into quite a hairy beauty. Oh, those legs and that clearly uncut bulge.
Lewis covers this month’s gay ‘Attitude’ and does not disappoint. He discusses shaving his legs for an upcoming role:
“Apparently triathletes shave their legs for added aerodynamics, to buy you that extra couple of milliseconds. And my character, that is what he would do, so I think I’ll be losing the leg hair! I haven’t waxed before. I was quite keen just to shave every day but it was Emilia’s idea. She was like ‘No just wax it! Then you’ll only have to do it once!’ I was like, ‘Argh!’ I haven’t done it yet but we’ll see!”
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And for your added enjoyment, here’s Matthew dancing shirtless:
Taye Diggs will return to Broadway this summer in ‘Hedwig and the Angry Inch,’ the 2014 Tony Award winning Best Musical Revival. Diggs will play the title role in the acclaimed musical for a limited 12-week engagement starting Wednesday, July 22 at the Belasco Theatre (111 West 44th Street).
Hedwig will mark Diggs first New York stage role since the 2005 revival of ‘A Soldiers Play.’
He is currently in production for the second season of Steven Bochcos crime drama Murder in the First, which will premiere Monday, June 8 on TNT.
He made his Broadway debut in 1994 in the Tony Award-winning revival of Carousel. Soon after, he landed the role of Benny in in the landmark musical Rent, a role he recreated in the 2005 film version. Diggs other New York stage credits include Chicago, Wicked, and Andrew Lippas The Wild Party. His many film and television credits include How Stella Got Her Groove Back, Go, Chicago, The Best Man, its follow up The Best Man Holiday, and six seasons on ABCs hit drama Private Practice.
As previously announced Darren Criss will play his final performance as Hedwig on Sunday, July 19.
Tickets for Hedwig and The Angry Inch are available now by calling 212-239-6200or visiting Telecharge.com, or via the Belasco Theatre Box Office (111 West 44thStreet). Ticket prices range from $142 to $47.
OK. The above video is just too cute for words.
Miley Cyrus and Ariana Grande perform the 1980s classic ‘Don’t Dream It’s Over’ as part of Miley’s ‘Happy Hippie Foundation.’ The foundation is a nonprofit organisation that rallies young people to fight injustice facing homeless youth, LGBT youth, and other vulnerable populations.
Cyrus teamed up with Facebook to launch the foundation, and the sessions, and teamed up with singers such as Joan Jett and Laura Jane Grace.