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Its common knowledge that Glee creator Ryan Murphy loves pushing the envelope on the hit musical show, but could he be up for an all-girl ménage-a-trois at McKinley? Would the girls be up for it? According to E! Online, one Glee lady is totally down (no pun intended) for some three-way lady action.
So who wants in on a whole new level of lady loving? Do  just-become-a-couple-already lesbian/bi duo Santana (Naya Rivera) and Brittany (Heather Morris) want - or need - another lady in their already-dramatic-enough mix?
Well, Ashley Fink, who plays Santana’s prom queen competition Lauren Zizes, says she wouldn’t mind getting involved! “I’m pretty much still into Puck, but I’d definitely want in on some of the Santana and Brittany action!” she revealed to E! Online at Wango Tango. “I want me some of that.”
“If two’s great, three is definitely better” Fink said with a big smile, according to E!. 
While a Glee-ful ladies-only threesome might be quite exciting – especially for a primetime show on Fox – Brittney and Santana already have a lot of drama between them. That said, we totally agree with Ashley – who doesn’t want in on the Brittana action?

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Its common knowledge that Glee creator Ryan Murphy loves pushing the envelope on the hit musical show, but could he be up for an all-girl ménage-a-trois at McKinley? Would the girls be up for it? According to E! Online, one Glee lady is totally down (no pun intended) for some three-way lady action.

So who wants in on a whole new level of lady loving? Do  just-become-a-couple-already lesbian/bi duo Santana (Naya Rivera) and Brittany (Heather Morris) want - or need - another lady in their already-dramatic-enough mix?

Well, Ashley Fink, who plays Santana’s prom queen competition Lauren Zizes, says she wouldn’t mind getting involved! “I’m pretty much still into Puck, but I’d definitely want in on some of the Santana and Brittany action!” she revealed to E! Online at Wango Tango. “I want me some of that.”

“If two’s great, three is definitely better” Fink said with a big smile, according to E!.

While a Glee-ful ladies-only threesome might be quite exciting – especially for a primetime show on Fox – Brittney and Santana already have a lot of drama between them. That said, we totally agree with Ashley – who doesn’t want in on the Brittana action?

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It’s not hard to see what Santana sees in bubbly blond Brittany on Glee, but Heather Morris is hands-down irresistible on the latest cover of Women’s Health in a red hot bikini.
"I want to make everybody laugh," Heather explains between sips of apple juice. "I’m exactly like Brittany—I love to dance, I like to have fun. I’d rather have innocence than be serious all the time."
This dancer takes her body and fitness seriously, but doesn’t preach harsh restrictions in the pursuit of health. “Do whatever you like to do, eat how you want to eat, but just make sure you stay [active],” she offers. “I take a lot of exercise cardio classes. I do a ton of squats.”
Her final tip: “The secret behind my fabulous legs? Eat a lot of goldfish!”
Who wouldn’t want to work up a sweat spending a few hours with that fine figure?
Get more health tips, her take on kissing her female castmates, and the real Heather in the June issue of Women’s Health on sale May 24.
Until then, take a look behind the scenes of the shoot with the cover star herself in a video here.

(via SheWired.com - SheWired’s Shot of The Day: “Glee’s Heather Morris in a Tiny Bikini)

It’s not hard to see what Santana sees in bubbly blond Brittany on Glee, but Heather Morris is hands-down irresistible on the latest cover of Women’s Health in a red hot bikini.

"I want to make everybody laugh," Heather explains between sips of apple juice. "I’m exactly like Brittany—I love to dance, I like to have fun. I’d rather have innocence than be serious all the time."

This dancer takes her body and fitness seriously, but doesn’t preach harsh restrictions in the pursuit of health. “Do whatever you like to do, eat how you want to eat, but just make sure you stay [active],” she offers. “I take a lot of exercise cardio classes. I do a ton of squats.”

Her final tip: “The secret behind my fabulous legs? Eat a lot of goldfish!”

Who wouldn’t want to work up a sweat spending a few hours with that fine figure?

Get more health tips, her take on kissing her female castmates, and the real Heather in the June issue of Women’s Health on sale May 24.

Until then, take a look behind the scenes of the shoot with the cover star herself in a video here.

Shot of the Day: Naya Rivera and Sara Ramirez - Latinas Who Play Lesbian Together at GLAAD

There is a moment in just about every workday when we come across something sexy, gratuitous and completely pointless that we wish we could post but don’t under the auspices of there being nothing lesbian about it and often there being no redeeming value. Well, we at SheWired have made an executive decision to just throw any of our pseudo-feminist caution to the wind and to just post our fave shot of the day, whether it be sexy, salacious, or just because…

R & R has taken on a whole new, sexy, sultry  meaning with Ramirez and Rivera at the GLAAD Awards in San Francisco over the weekend. Sara Ramirez of Grey’s Anatomy’s Calzona, and Naya Rivera, Glee’s token “Lebanese” student, Santana, look unbelievable on the red carpet. This picture is giving me ideas about some sort of Glee / Grey’s Anatomy musical cross-over episodes featuring Rivera and Ramirez!

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If caught between these two beautiful brunettes, the last thing I would want to do is rest and relax. Hot and bothered is more like it!

Glee’s Naya Rivera, looking ravishing in white, hosted the 22nd Annual GLAAD Media Awards in San Francisco Saturday, and the actress who plays the wonderfully bitchy, newly confessed lesbian Santana teased her female fans in the audience a bit with her opening monologue.

The GLAAD Awards in San Francisco this year honored Kim Cattrall and Lisa Cholodenko’s The Kids Are All Right.

But here’s a little of what Rivera had to say to kick off the show.

"I play the majestic mean girl, the luscious, lady-loving Santana. I am so into her storyline right now, and so are all of the fans,” Rivera said, going on to explain that Santana is in love with her best friend Brittany.

Taking a cue from Glee and her character Rivera said, “I will be auctioning off sweet lady kisses here after the show, so meet me outside,” Rivera said to cheers from the audience.”

Playing up her solipsistic character a bit Rivera admitted she thought the GLAAD Awards would basically be all about her, and that she’d be receiving awards for “Best Cheerio’s Pony Tail” and “Best Make Out Partner.”

“I even have an acceptance speech prepared…” Rivera said, reaching for a note in her cleavage. “Which I will pull out of my tits if you don’t mind,” she said naughtily.

“Ahem… Thank you for this amazing honor. I couldn’t have done it without the incredible on-air lesbians who came before me. I couldn’t have done it without you,” Rivera said. “To name a few… Amanda Donohoe on LA Law, Mariel Hemingway on Rosanne, Ellen DeGeneres on everything, Alyson Hannigan on Buffy, the cast of The L Word, Olivia Wilde on the OC. How hot was she? And that girl who everyone thinks is me on Pretty Little Liars,” Rivera said referring to Shay Mitchell.

But don’t just take it from me! Watch Rivera here…

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There is a moment in just about every workday when we come across something sexy, gratuitous and completely pointless that we wish we could post but don’t under the auspices of there being nothing lesbian about it and often there being no redeeming value. Well, we at SheWired have made an executive decision to just throw any of our pseudo-feminist caution to the wind and to just post our fave shot of the day, whether it be sexy, salacious, or just because…
To many lesbians, there’s nothing hotter than a beautiful girl with a bold, short haircut and Glee girl Dianna Agron dramatically ditched her long blond locks to join the wave of sassy bobbed starlets.

To mark the wrap on shooting season 2 of the hit Fox series, Agron tweeted, “Season 2 wrap. A remedy to the seven year itch. Finally!” There’s even a video of Dianna’s transformation on her Tumblr, for hardcore Quinn fans.Photographer Tyler Shields documented her new ‘do on his website, posting the photos with the note:
CHOP
Late night hair cutting mission a camera a dagger and this wonderful woman!

"She has been waiting a long time to cut that hair so it was amazing to witness it," Shields told PopEater. "There is just something magical about shooting this girl, wait until you see what’s next!"
The photogenic star sure looks sexy with her new sheared locks.

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There is a moment in just about every workday when we come across something sexy, gratuitous and completely pointless that we wish we could post but don’t under the auspices of there being nothing lesbian about it and often there being no redeeming value. Well, we at SheWired have made an executive decision to just throw any of our pseudo-feminist caution to the wind and to just post our fave shot of the day, whether it be sexy, salacious, or just because…

To many lesbians, there’s nothing hotter than a beautiful girl with a bold, short haircut and Glee girl Dianna Agron dramatically ditched her long blond locks to join the wave of sassy bobbed starlets.

To mark the wrap on shooting season 2 of the hit Fox series, Agron tweeted, “Season 2 wrap. A remedy to the seven year itch. Finally!” There’s even a video of Dianna’s transformation on her Tumblr, for hardcore Quinn fans.
Photographer Tyler Shields documented her new ‘do on his website, posting the photos with the note:

CHOP

Late night hair cutting mission a camera a dagger and this wonderful woman!

"She has been waiting a long time to cut that hair so it was amazing to witness it," Shields told PopEater. "There is just something magical about shooting this girl, wait until you see what’s next!"

The photogenic star sure looks sexy with her new sheared locks.

Gay-Cap 'Glee' - 'Prom Queen': Santana's Closeted Lesbian 'Dancing Queen'

While most high school kids with any outsider status typically dread prom season for the mean girl night of the year it can be, McKinley High’s glee club has been uncharacteristically hopefully anticipating this early rite of socialization into awkward, hetero-normative dress-up events.

My hopes that the school’s hottest resident closet case Santana would come out dancing a slow groove with her true love Brittany to Kelly Clarkson’s “Because of You” were dashed in this week’s episode, which didn’t focus too much on Santana as a whole, but here’s my weekly Glee gay re-cap just the same.

Ep. 2:20, Prom Queen, SPOILERS

It’s prom, prom, prom from the start of the episode to the finish, so the first time we see Santana (Naya Rivera) she’s lecturing Lauren (Ashley Fink) – who can’t find the right dress that fits her lovely plus-sized frame – about making her own dress.

“You’re up for queen. You can’t make your own prom dress,” Santana says. “Prom is like our Oscars. It’s seriously like the most important night of our lives…” Santana says without irony. Ten years from now, after Santana’s attended UMASS Amherst and spent her weekends hunkered down in the single bed of some adorable Smith student down the road, Santana will look back at prom and wish she’d spent it popping corn in her Paul Frank pjs and watching season one of The L Word… But that’s another story.

Next up, the glee club gals including Santana, Lauren, Brittany (Heather Morris) and Tina (Jenna Ushkowitz) have enlisted their friend and fashionista Kurt (Chris Colfer) to help them pick the perfect prom dress.

Once Kurt’s finished doling out sound advice to Lauren on going with a navy-colored dress Santana pops out in a red-hot number.

“Devil in a red dress… And it’s totally perfect for your personality,” Kurt says. “I have no criticisms. Go with God Satan… Santana,” he says, correcting himself. But Santana is nonplussed by his slip.

Kurt excuses himself so he can pull together his own prom kit. “Wait, so you’re going? Stag? That’s just tragic,” says Santana, the girl who’s going with the school’s closeted reformed bully / jock. But Kurt explains that he is indeed attending prom with the man of his dreams Blaine (Darren Criss). While the girls generally hoot and holler with – ahem—glee for Kurt, Santana does her best judgmental arm fold and pulls him aside under the pretense of having a private fashion question for him.

“So, Kurt… I think you need a full security detail, which the Bully Whips (Santana and Karofsky’s school bully watch group) would be more than happy to provide you with,” she says.

When Kurt asks why she would provide security Santana says, “Because I’ll get sympathy votes for prom queen. I’ll be like the law and order Eva Peron candidate.” And, well,  that’s just a very gay sentence coming out of someone who’s afraid to come out.

Later, Santana is clad in her Bully Whips uni – a shiny red jacket and beret – and escorting Kurt safely to class.

“Teen Gay, you may now proceed to the next checkpoint without fear of violence,” Santana says loudly like an Epcot Center walking tour guide.

When Kurt asks why she’s speaking so loudly Santana says, “I’m the law and order prom queen candidate, here to protect every student at this school from harassment…” This law and order bent Santana is on is making me picture Naya Rivera guesting as a rookie cop who learns the tricks of the trade from Det. Olivia Benson onSVU.

Finally, it’s prom night and the New Directions are the prom’s official performers, popping up on stage to perform a trendy pop song or YouTube sensation between love-live drama and the occasional dance.

Brittany, who’s still eschewing Artie (Kevin McHale) after he called her ‘stupid’ for allowing Santana to manipulate her, has gone stag but she’s at the center of the dance floor.

Meanwhile Santana and Karofsky awkwardly attempt to dance off to the side near the punch bowl table.

While Santana and Karofsky continue to dance in the wings hoping no one notices their black hole of sexual chemistry together, loads of insider drama has been occurring during prom.

Rachel (Lea Michelle) belts a ballad ostensibly to Finn (Cory Monteith), who appears to have little interest in the lovely, if not hateful prom queen candidate, Quinn (Diana Agron).

Finn loses his shit when Vocal Adrenaline’s secret weapon, and the man who went undercover to deceive Rachel on behalf of her birth mom, Jesse (Jonathan Groff), gets a little too frisky with Rachel on the dance floor. Coach Sylvester (Jane Lynch) throws the brawlers out on their asses and Quinn melts down that her prom date is out of the running for king.

After all that’s occurred Principal Figgins taps on the microphone to announce the winners, and Santana is among the hopefuls. She thinks she’s a shoo-in when her date Karofsky is announced as prom king.

“You suck so bad Quinn Fabray. I won,” Santana, the not-so-good sport says. But then comes the kicker that may also be the biggest spoiler of the episode if you’ve been living off the grid with no internet since the story leaked last month.

Santana, and the rest of the New Directions are gob smacked when Figgins announces that the new prom queen is none other than Kurt. While it would seem that Kurt could have just stepped up to be crowned with whoops, hollers and cheers, the deafening lack of applause indicates his election was a intended as a hateful prank.

Kurt runs out into the hall, only to be comforted by Blaine. Quinn slaps the crap out of Rachel in the bathroom accusing Rachel of ruining her prom dreams.

And Santana bemoans her prom queen loss to Brittany.

“How can my running mate win and I didn’t? I mean, just because I hate everybody they don’t have to hate me too,” she says through sniffles.

“I’m going to be an outsider my whole life. Can’t I have just one night where I’m the queen?” she opines.

The Glee creators take this opportunity to do a split screen of Santana and Kurt. As she finishes her sentence Kurt says, “I’m not going back in there,” which overlaps with Santana adding, “where I’m accepted…”

 “As soon as we get to New York I’m bailing to live in a lesbian colony, or Tribeca,” Santana tells Brittany, clearing exhibiting some prowess around her knowledge NY neighborhoods.

“They must have sensed I’m a lesbian,” Santana says, pacing. “Do I smell like a golf course?” She asks Brittany. Now, this is at least the third lesbian golfer reference Ryan Murphy and company have made. They are really going to have to work on varying the lesbian stereotypes.

Leave it to Brittany the flakey oracle to put things into perspective. “They don’t know what you’re hiding. They know that you’re not being yourself,” Brittany says. “If you were to embrace all the awesomeness that you are you would have won.”

“How do you know?” Santana asks.

“Because I voted for you,” Brit says, moving in close like she might kiss her, but alas, Brit and Artie are on the verge of making up.   “And because I believe in you Santana.”

“This prom sucks, now what am I supposed to do?” Santana says. Poor Santana. She doesn’t understand that the pressure leading up to prom makes it pretty much certain to suck universally. That’s why punch bowls get spiked. But Brit has advice.

“Go back out there and be there for Kurt, because it’s going to be a lot harder for him than it is for you,” she advises.

Meanwhile, out in the hallway, Kurt wipes away his tears and heads back in to collect his crown. “Eat your heart out Kate Middleton,” he says to cheers!

Figgins announces the prom king and queen’s first dance together… And Kurt suggests it’s Karofsky’s chance to come out and “make a difference,” but no sooner does the gayest song on the planet, “Dancing Queen,” with Santana and Mercedes (Amber Riley) on vocals, starts and Karofsky heads for the hills.

And that’s about it for our little New Directions lesbo for this week. But Nationals is coming up in New York over the course of the final two episodes of the season. Perhaps Santana will break away from the pack and find herself lost and wandering in front of Henrietta Hudson’s during a Jell-O shot happy hour.

Get the full Glee Prom gay-cap on SheWired now

'Grey's Anatomy' Gay-Cap: A White Wedding For Callie and Arizona

It’s been a big year for our favorite adorable docs Callie (Sara Ramirez) and Arizona (Jessica Capshaw) on Grey’s.

Early in the season Arizona won a grant that would send her to Africa to help the “tiny humans” but would cause her to leave her true love Callie behind, Callie realized she didn’t want to be without Arizona and decided to ride Zona’s white coat tails to Africa, that is until Callie’s incessant whining drove Arizona berserk and spurred her to dump Callie in an airport before boarding a plane to the other side of the world. That’s just cold.

Callie accidentally-on-purpose retaliated and licked her wounds by hopping in bed with Old Faithful lothario Mark (Eric Dane), resulting in a pregnancy that Arizona became aware of when she returned from Africa to win back her lady love.

Callie relented and took Arizona back, Arizona decided to accept the Mark / baby daddy thing, Mark and Arizona bickered, Callie was injured within in an inch of her life during a car accident just after Arizona proposed and she had baby Sofia (born at just under two pounds). That brings us to this week’s episode, and Calzona is about to walk down the aisle, but not without the hour-long rollercoaster ride that has become the hallmark of a Shonda Rhimes show!

White Wedding, Ep. 7:20 SPOILERS

This week we find the betrothed seated at the dinner table with their mums, dads and the ever-present Mark.

Before Meredith’s (Ellen Pompeo) traditional opening voiceover has barely ended Mark dings his glass with a knife to propose a toast. And Arizona’s dad articulates what Arizona and likely tens of thousands of fans have been thinking for months.

“Why is the sperm donor here? I thought tonight was a family dinner,” says Arizona’s Marine colonel dad. Arizona makes a half-hearted attempt to protest her father’s bluntness but Mark just keeps going with the toast.

“To two extraordinary women. May your lives be overfilled with love, happiness and joy. To Callie and Arizona, the mothers of my of my child,” Mark says, causing the colonel and his naysayers to grumble.

Everyone starts to dig in when Callie, in hyper-accommodating to her mom mode, suggests they forgot to say grace, eliciting confused looks from I’m guessing the mostly secular Arizona and Mark. Solipsistic Mark takes a bite out of one of those delicious spiral cheese sticks during Callie’s mom’s grace, causing Callie to shoot him a killer side-eye.

Just then baby Sofia cries and Callie goes to pick her up. Arizona’s mom jumps up to get a closer gander at the wee one while Callie says to her mom, “Mom, you haven’t had a chance to hold her yet.”

“No, no that’s all right. Thank you though. I’m eating,” Callie’s mom says, slowly and painstakingly crushing Callie. Arizona shoots an “I’m so sorry hon,” sort of look but the damage is slowly being done.

It’s the next day and “The Colonel” as Arizona’s dad has said he is sometimes called, has put together a minute-by-minute schedule of the two days leading up to the wedding that would have a fly-by-the-seat-of-her-pants girl like me flushing my head in the toilet.

“By the hour, military time. Thank you Colonel,” Callie’s dad says. Meanwhile, Arizona’s mom interjects excited about a gift she’s bought for baby Sofia.

“Mom, baby clothes later… Wedding rehearsal now. I’ve got 20 minutes before I have to get back to the hospital,” Arizona says. “Dad! Where’s the moment of silence?” Arizona demands, wanting to know where the homage to her brother, killed in the line of duty in Iraq, was placed in the ceremony. Her father responds with the lame excuse that time is tight and he couldn’t find time for a moment of silence during the ceremony.

“We have to light a candle for Timothy. It’s two minutes,” Arizona says. “DAD!” But Mrs. Robbins and Callie shift the conversation back to focusing on the rehearsal.

They determine the lamp will stand in for Father Brooks, making Callie’s mom look hopeful when she asks if Father Brooks is the priest. But Callie explains he’s a minister.

“No, he’s not Catholic but he practices at a very big church,” Callie says, attempting to assuage her mom. “It’s old and drafty. You’ll like it. It’s very churchy,” she adds.

But mom is a tough nut. “I see,” mom replies.

Just then Mark barges in like the fifth wheel that they’ve all accepted he just is. Zona’s dad flashes a “don’t even try to come near me look” that causes Mr. Torres to pull Mark over to his side.

“At least one of my fathers-in-law doesn’t hate me,” Mark says.

“Your Sofia’s father. I love Sofia so I’m going to at least try to like you, but if you call me your father-in-law again I’ll knock you out,” Mr. Torres (Hector Elizondo) says, before Callie brings it back to the rehearsal again.

Finally getting to the rehearsal part, Arizona walks down the aisle that is their living room, followed by Callie, who attempts to hand the practice bouquet –in the case baby Sofia—off to her mom. But her cold-ass ideologue of a mom excuses herself to go to the “powder room” rather than hold her grand daughter. We haven’t seen this level of implacability from a TV parent since Bette’s dad on The L Word.

Later, our favorite lovebirds catch a rare, private moment without the folks, or the ubiquitous Mark Sloane.

“Two more days,” they say, while sitting on the end of the bed. “No more brunches, no more praying…” Callie and Arizona say thankfully.

“We just need to focus on the big picture, which is, you and I are getting married,” Arizona says, with that endearing Capshaw grin. Callie picks up her hand and kisses it, eliciting collective “awwwwws” from couches nationwide.

“We’re getting married,” they say, giggling.

Next comes the inevitable knock down / drag out with Callie and her mom, although it’s so civilized and polite. Callie really is a good daughter. She comes out in her veil with her hair perfectly coiffed, holding her mom’s wedding picture. It’s clearly an homage to her mother. But mom is not enthused.

“Okay, what? What? Mom?” Callie says, knowing that she going to have to go down the road whether she wants to or not.

“I’ve been bending over backwards to make you feel comfortable. I’m getting married in a church for you,” Callie says, and the gauntlet is thrown.

“Don’t you dare imply that there’s anything about a wedding to a woman or a baby out of wedlock that’s for me,” mom says.

“So what bothers you more? My bastard child or my lesbian fiancée?” Callie asks, pulling out the stops, but very politely and without raising her voice.

“Do you know devastating it is to raise a child, to love a child and know that you won’t see that child in heaven?” mom says. “You’re not a bride and I am not the mother of a bride,” she says, twisting the verbal dagger in further. After her nasty, although restrained, little remarks Callie’s mom decides it’s time to leave. 

That evening Callie and Zona are on the couch with Mr. Torres, who’s apologizing in torrents for his wife’s bad behavior. Apparently mama Torres has been sitting in the car since she dropped her vial of bitterness on sweet Callie earlier that day.

“Daddy, you need to go,” Callie says, to his dismay. But she assures him it would be the best move for the moment.

Later, Callie, the baby and a giant set of rollers on Callie’s head are strolling around the apartment when Mark walks in with more shit news. Father Brooks’ wife was in an accident, which means he won’t be able to officiate.

That’s the straw that breaks Callie’s back. She tells Mark to forget trying to find a minister who’ll officiate a lesbian wedding at that late date – although, they are in Seattle. It’s not like they’re in Missouri. I’m sure a quick Google search would turn up about 600 lesbian ministers happy to perform the ceremony.

When all else fails send in Chandra Wilson, who not so incidentally directed the episode. She’s like the Grey’s “Cleaner,” who fixes all problems.

Callie’s crying on the couch when Bailey walks in.

“I know why they sent you… It doesn’t matter what you say. The wedding is still off,” Callie says. “My mom’s right. It’s a joke. It’s not a wedding. I can’t have a priest. I no longer have a minister. I’m not being given away by my dad, the wedding isn’t legal. What’s the point? This isn’t a wedding. It’s just two girls playing dress up,” Callie says. It’s two hot girls who love each other playing dress up but that eludes Callie at the moment.

Here comes Bailey’s “snap out of it” speech to Callie!

“First of all you do not need a priest, or the law, or your mother to make your wedding real. The church can be anywhere you want it to be… In a field, on a mountain, anywhere. Where do you think God is? He’s in you,” Bailey says.

“You’re church hasn’t caught up to God yet, you’re mother has not caught up to God yet. If you are willing to stand up in front of your friends, your family and God and commit yourself to another human being. To give of yourself in that kind of partnership, for better or worse, in sickness and in health… Honey, that is a marriage,” Bailey says, and by then she’s got Callie smiling.

“Besides, I got legally married, to a man, in a church. Look how well that turned out,” Bailey says, putting things in perspective.

Once she’s brought Callie around to her senses – who wouldn’t marry Arizona? – Bailey swings by the O.R. to give Mark the thumbs up, indicating he’s the one who orchestrated Bailey’s visit.

It’s the day of the wedding and Mark knocks on Arizona’s door to get her to the proverbial church on time but Arizona walks out of the bathroom, hair soaking wet and sans fards (makeup) and puffy from crying.

“Robbins, you okay?” Mark asks. Arizona shakes her head no.

“When I came out to my brother he asked me if that meant that I was going to marry a chick, and when I said yes he got this big smile. And he said, ‘I’m gonna dance so hard at your wedding,” Arizona says through her tears. And now I’m crying for the second time at this scene. Damn you Jessica Capshaw for pulling the heartstrings.

“My dreams are coming true. Dreams I didn’t even know that I had. But my brother’s not here… He’s missing it,” Arizona says, acknowledging that she knows she’s late. “I need a minute to miss my brother,” she says.

Mark saunters over and hugs her, and even the most hard-boiled cynics must agree that he’s not a complete narcissist.

The big moment arrives and Bailey – looking pretty in purple — is wandering down the aisle prior to the ceremony mumbling, “It’s my own damned fault. If I had minded my own business the wedding would be canceled and I’d be looking at TV by now.” It turns out Bailey serendipitously stepped in to officiate the wedding and save the day. Is there anything this woman can’t do?

But before we get to the actual ceremony, I should back up with some back-story on Derek and Meredith, who’ve decided to adopt one of the sick babies from Africa that Karev – taking a cue from Arizona — brought to Seattle Grace for surgery. But, in order to adopt the adorable little girl they need to be married. So, under time constraints, Derek and Meredith have skipped the Calzona wedding to head down to City Hall for a quickie wedding by a J.O.P.

At first I was pissed at Derek and Meredith for stealing the Calzona thunder but smart pant suit lady Shonda Rhimes and company devised a brilliant, socially-conscious cross-cutting section between a lesbian couple enjoying their more traditional, emotional vows and a straight couple – who obviously love each other — engaging in a cursory marriage and signing on the dotted line to achieve a specific goal.

Back to the lesbian wedding of this decade… I must admit I was hoping they would savor the moment longer but with several stories to tell per episode and only an hour in which to do it the Calzona wedding happened on a bit of warp speed with Arizona’s dad – in dress blues – whisking her down the aisle. Taking a cue from Friends’ lesbian wedding 15 years ago when Ross’ ex-wife Carol’s dad refused to attend her wedding and Ross saved the day, Mark walks Callie down the aisle.

“Don’t trip, don’t trip,” Callie says to herself while walking down the aisle to a glowing Arizona.

Bailey asks, “Who gives this bride to this bride?” And Mark replies, “That’d be me,” with the sense, for the first time, that he’s really going to step back and allow the ladies to have a relationship primarily without him.

“I take you Calliope Torres to be my wife,” Arizona says. And we know from experience that Arizona only uses Callie’s full name when it’s important….

“I choose you to be the one with whom I spend my life,” Callie says.

They place the rings on each other’s fingers and whisper, “I love you,” and I’m tearing up again.

“I hereby pronounce you wife and wife,” Bailey proclaims. And Callie and Arizona share their first kiss with their hot new titles.

Later, at the reception, it feels like that time of night when all the early risers have gone home to bed and all that remains are the drunks trashed on Veuve Cliquot and wedding cake because Callie and Arizona are slow dancing by themselves. But it turns out it’s just the beginning and their guests just aren’t really big dancers I’m guessing.

The DJ gets on the mic to say it’s time for the father / daughter dance.

“Oh crap. I forgot to take that off the schedule. I meant to. I’m sorry,” Arizona says.

“No, no. Of course you should get to dance with your dad. It’s okay. I’ll just sit this one out,” Callie says generously.

But here comes Mark the white night to save the day! “No you won’t. I’m a father. I can dance, so let’s dance,” he says.

Before long Mark receives a tap on his shoulder from Callie’s dad asking to cut in.

“I was driving to the airport with your mother and it hit me. I’ve been looking forward to dancing with you at your wedding since I first held you in my arms, so I turned the car around and came back. So, here I am. To have this dance, with my daughter,” he says.

The camera pans to the two brides atop the wedding cake and Callie and Arizona’s wedding enters the annals of lesbian television / pop culture  history.

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10 Beautiful Women (in no particular order)4. Jessica Capshaw


Here come’s the bride…. Almost time!!

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10 Beautiful Women (in no particular order)
4. Jessica Capshaw

Here come’s the bride…. Almost time!!

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Gay-Cap: 'Glee' Rumours: Santana Breaks Brittany's Heart?

At the close of last week’s ‘Born This Way’ – themed Glee episode it appeared that McKinley High’s stunning closet case Santana was inching closer to coming out as she embraced the label of “Lebanese.” Sure, wearing a tee that reads “Lebanese” isn’t quite the same as admitting to the school that one is a lesbian but Santana’s donning the shirt the apple eye of her eye Brittany made for her seemed like a step in that direction.

Cue this week’s Fleetwood Mac-themed episode, and despite all indications that Santana could indeed land the love of her life, she fumbles big time! But then it wouldn’t be May sweeps if everything followed a neat little narrative. So on to the Glee gay re-cap – the gay being in part because It’s being recapped by a big ole gay and also because we only really touch on the lesbian storyline.

Ep. 2:19, Rumours – SPOILERS

This episode kicks off with Brittany’s (Heather Morris) internet talk show “Fondue for Two,” which she says combines the two things she loves most  — “hot cheese and talking to people.”

In what appears to be an uncharacteristically mean-spirited move, Brittany outs Santana to her debut guests Mercedes (Amber Riley) and Tina (Jenna Ushkowitz), who are a tad hung up on the whole “hot cheese” portion of the show until Brittany throws her suitor Santana under the proverbial school bus.

“I heard a rumor that Santana plays for the other team,” Brittany spills. “And I can confirm that rumor. It’s 100-percent true.”

Brit’s dropped bomb pulls Mercedes away from focusing on the cultural merits of dipping bread in melted cheese for a moment to say, “Wait, what?”

“Brittany, are you serious?” Tina asks. Brittany answers in the affirmative before becoming distracted by her fat pussy—cat—Lord Tubbington.

Meanwhile Coach Sue Sylvester — the ever-engaging Jane Lynch – has decided to revive the school’s newspaper the Muckraker as a tabloid, and enlists a few fearless reporters to engage in hurtful mendacity and a blatant disregard for facts –pretty much all journalism in the age of the internet — which spells bad news for Santana’s ability to remain closeted, especially after Brittany’s admission to Mercedes and Tina.

Armed with the first new issue of the Muckraker, Rachel (Lea Michelle) points out the blind items section to Finn (Cory Monteith) in an attempt to push him toward distrusting Quinn (Diana Agron).

Finn begins to read the blind items… “What prom queen candidate is spending a lot of time in her closet?” he reads, not getting it. “That’s garbage. Quinn’s claustrophobic,” he says.

“No, that’s Santana, read the next one…” Rachel interrupts, clearly nonplussed at the notion that Santana may actually be into women as more than a boredom-reducing avocation.

Finn runs screaming into the choir room about the blind item that suggests Quinn is meeting Sam (Chord Overstreet) in a cheap motel for some afternoon delight. But his protestations are drowned out by Santana raging into the room gripping a copy of the school’s rag mag. “THIS! Is your fault. You told everyone that I play for another team on your ridiculous melted cheese show,” Santana shouts at Brittany. 

“Wait? Are you mad? You were on the Cheerios and now you’re only on the New Directions,” flakey Brittany says. I would point out that Brittany and Quinn also play for different teams by those standards but whose keeping track?

“You couldn’t have thought of any other way to say that?” Santana asks exasperatedly, before storming off.

Following the inter-Glee club rumor mongering and backstabbing Mr. Shue (Matthew Morrison and recurring alcoholism-prone pint-sized cutie with the big pipes April (Kristin Chenoweth) introduce the week’s assignment – to take on a song from Fleetwood Mac’s iconic album Rumours.

While Mr. Shue and April sing and make eyes at each other there are plenty of side-eyes flashing around the choir room, and Artie (Kevin McHale) doesn’t let the looks between Santana and Brittany go unchecked.

Next up, Artie wheels up to Brittany at the lockers – because it’s the number one rule of teen dramas that all important conversations must take place in the locker room, the lunch room or at the lockers – demanding to know, “What’s going on with you and Santana?”

“Nothing,” Brittany replies, and that’s true, although they have discussed their mutual love for one another before Brittany said she couldn’t act on any of it because she’s in a relationship with Artie.

“Are you cheating on me with her?” Artie asks.

“No, of course not,” Brit says. “I mean, I can’t, she’s a girl. Fooling around with her isn’t cheating. It’s just friends talking with their tongues super close…”

Brit admits that Santana is the one who gave her that piece of advice when Artie says, “Don’t you see that she’s manipulating you?”

“That’s not cheating either. She told me that,” Brittany responds, and now I’m wondering just what “manipulating” is in Santana and Brittany’s world.

But Artie won’t be assuaged by Brittany’s insistence that she’s not cheating. He explains that he’s basically a tech nerd with a bow-ish haircut who happened to have nabbed the hottest girl in the school.

“If I know that you spend even a little time sharing yourself with someone else, that there’s one other person in your life that can provide for you things that I’m supposed to provide, it’s too much for me to take. And Santana knows that. She’s taking advantage of it to break us up,” Artie says.

“Everybody thinks she’s a bad person but she’s not,” Brittany says.

And here’s where it gets ugly… “God Brittany, why are you so stupid?” Artie says, prompting Brittany to cry.

“You were the only person at this school that never called me that,” she says, walking away. I mean, Santana calls her stupid all the time but I guess it’s different coming from Artie.

In the world of Glee it’s a great time to cue up a song, so Artie busts into Lindsay Buckingham’s “Never Going Back Again,” complete with Puck, Finn, Sam and several other of the Glee boys accompanying him on guitar. During the musical interlude he spies Brittany and Santana with their arms around each other in the hallway as Santana ostensibly comforts Brittany over the fight with Artie.

Later Brittany and Santana are lounging on the choir room piano when Brit says, “I’m so sad. A sad little panda.”

“Well that’s why I brought you here… To cheer you up,” Santana says, clasping Brit’s hand. “I’ve been going through that Rumours album and I found the best song that really goes one step past ‘Landslide’ in expressing my feelings for you…my private feelings…” Santana says, before signaling to the ever-present pianist.

McKinley High’s resident not-ready-to-deal-with-it lesbian launches into a heartfelt rendition of Christie McVie’s stunning “Songbird” singing, “I feel that when I’m with you it’s alright. I know it’s right. And the songbirds are singing like they know the score, and I love you, I love you, I love you like never before….” And there’s not a dry eye across America that wants these two to end up “scissoring” in their Cheerios uniforms for all time…

“Beautiful,” Brittany says, when Santana –choking back tears—finishes.

“Okay, so why couldn’t you sing that to me in front of everyone now that Artie and I aren’t together?” Brit asks.

“Not yet, I’m not ready for that type of public announcement,” Santana says. “Ever since that Muckraker thing people have already started treated me differently. I got asked to join the golf team,” she says. But that gets me thinking about lesbians and golf and I totally hope Naya Rivera turns up at the Dinah next year!

Brittany, who is often dumb like a fox, offers to go first. She says she’ll invite Santana to appear on “Fondue for Two” and she’ll ask her out to prom. “All you have to do is say yes,” Brittany says. As a side note, Brittany is totally poised to have the school’s hottest rebound should Santana accept. 

“Okay,” Santana responds before they get their lady hug on.

Later, Brittany’s on the set of “Fondue for Two” but Santana’s seat is empty. It appears she has ripped off the “Lebanese” tee and is set to sport closeted gay jock / rehabilitated bully Karofsky’s letterman jacket.

“My guest today was supposed to be Santana but she texted about an hour ago and it just said, ‘I can’t.’ So, the show must go on,” Brittany says, running with it and featuring Lord Tubbington as her guest.

Read the full gay-cap and more…

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Songbird

<3 Santana… and that Naya Rivera is hosting the GLAAD Media Awards

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