WATCH: Did You See Patti LaBelle’s Debut on American Horror Story: Freak Show This Week?

Philly soul queen Patti LaBelle made her debut on American Horror Story: Freak Show this week, playing a maid to Frances Conroy’s Gloria Mott and her bratty son Dandy (Finn Wittrock.)

LaBelle’s character is classic Patti: sassy and straight-talking all the way. While she hasn’t made any big moves yet, early reports about the show suggest she will appear in four episodes, where she will work to solve the mystery of Twisty the Clown Killer (played so creepily by John Carroll Lynch.)

Check out her entrance above.

Your Official American Horror Story: Freak Show Premiere Party Playlist

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After what has certainly felt like a lifetime of anticipation, American Horror Story comes screaming back tonight with its latest installment, wonderfully subtitled “Freak Show.” Over the past few months, we’ve all been salivating over tiny tidbits from the set, teaser trailers and photos of the cast in all their freakish glory.

Now the moment we’ve all been waiting for is here, and I know that a lot of you are gearing up for your official “AHS” viewing parties tonight. Well, as I always say, it’s simply not a party without some killer tunes, so I’ve put together a freak-filled playlist to bump while you and your guests anticipate the return of Ms. Lange and her flock of oddities.

Give it a listen in my playlist below:

Prefer a little visual to go with your tunes? Some videos from the playlist below:

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WATCH: Did Gayle King Just Come Out of the Closet?

TMZ has a snippet from CBS This Morning that shows co-host and Oprah bestie Gayle King saying something that sounds an awful lot like “I’m gay.” I listened to it over and over again, and I’m convinced it can’t be anything else.

TMZ says they “spoke to people at CBS who tell us … Gayle says that’s NOT what she said, and if she was she would have said it years ago.”

Freudian slip? National Coming Out Day is upon us.

6 Gay Things to Do in Philly This Week: Where to Watch American Horror Story: Freak Show, New Quizzo Night at Tabu, Kinky Boots at Dilworth Park and More



WATCH: UArts Grad Matt McAndrew Turns Chairs on The Voice, Chooses Team Adam

Last night on The Voice, University of the Arts graduate Matt McAndrew pulled out a blind audition that had mentors Adam Levine, Pharrell Williams and Blake Shelton turning their chairs around to duke it out for him.

McAndrew—a music instructor at Bach to Rock in Wayne, Pennsylvania—decided to go with Adam Levine despite a hard sale from Pharrell. NJ.com reports that McAndrew will advance to the next round with “two female singers from Freehold, Alessandra Castronovo (also on Team Adam) and Gianna Salvato (on Team Gwen Stefani), plus Florida singer Ricky Manning (Team Pharrell Williams), who is staying with his father in Jersey City while he busks in New York City.”

Check out his blind audition above.

10 Things You Probably Never Knew About Desperate Housewives on the Gay-Loved Show’s 10th Anniversary

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Do you know what day it is? Yes, it’s October 3rd, Lindsey, but most importantly, it’s the 10th anniversary of the night we were introduced to the white-picketed world of Wisteria Lane—and the ladies who live there—on ABC’s Desperate Housewives. From that infamous “Pilot” episode (which garnered 21.6 million viewers, the best showing for ABC in a decade at that time), all of us were instantly hooked on the bizarrely brilliant characters and drawn into their world of lies, scandal, death, desperation and, ahem, the seduction of one smokin’-hot gardener.

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Ban the “Redskins”

Can you start making these helmets after the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office canceled Washington's trademark?

Time for a new mascot?

“Redskin” is a slur.

Got it?

This is not up for debate. It is a slur, despite any arguments made about intent. Curiously, it is one that can be put in respectable print publications without censorship. It doesn’t get abbreviated like “the f-word” or “the n-word” and despite its vulgarity it doesn’t make people wince like the word “cunt.”

But it is a slur. A racist one.
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