Most of the overcaffeinated female contestants look as if they could have bounced over from “The Bachelor” mansion, and no one’s promising more than a date, so “The Choice” is a low-risk, low-reward proposition.I’ve long since stopped losing sleep over the myriad ways young women seem willing to humiliate themselves on television.after two seasons and will be replaced in the role of the title character's mother Alura by Erica Durance for Season 3."Unfortunately Laura, who Greg [Berlanti] and I have worked with for years going back to , was unable to continue in the role due to work commitments in New York," executive producer Andrew Kreisberg said in a statement.They're showcased on an online catalogue for your browsing pleasure; and can't make any direct contact with you until you put them in your checkout box.This is quite possibly the most brilliant anti-spam function ever created - could we also get this on our e-mail?Humans of Bombay profiled a Indian lesbian who left the United States Air Force under Don’t Ask Don’t Tell because she refused to be closeted.A five-year-old who said she loved her two moms was kicked out of her kindergarten classroom at Mt. Ted Cruz‘s father thinks it’s “appalling” that Houston elected a lesbian mayor. Vulture profiles Eileen Myles and how her work is finally receiving the accolades it deserves. Erika Linder will be starring in a new lesbian-themed film called , which is shooting now in Toronto.
He started trying to establish his own life and career, and she is so focused on hers, and they just couldn't be all about each other anymore." PHOTOS: Jennifer's rocky relationships The source adds that Lopez is "doing fine." It helps, the insider says, that "she's so focused on promoting the album.Among those spinning the chairs in future episodes: “American Idol” Season 5 winner Taylor Hicks, another “Jersey Shore” guy, Mike “The Situation” Sorrentino, and singer Joe Jonas.Host Cat Deeley is dancing as fast as she can, but she can’t disguise the weakness that plagues both “The Choice” and its more talent-focused inspiration.That frees him to roam the hospital in a tuxedo, checking in on the cases of his fellow surgeons, including his fiancée, Alex Reid (Erica Durance), and new arrival Joel Guran (Daniel Gillies), and occasionally kibitzing with other out-of-it patients, some of whom won’t be waking up.As strange as it sounds, it’s no stranger than some of the medical dramas we’ll be seeing next season — “Mob Doctor,” anyone?