Saturday, April 07, 2007

Everyone Loves Aniston

On April 14th, Jennifer Aniston will be presented the Vanguard Award, the highest accolade given by The Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD).

The award, to be presented at the 18th annual GLAAD Media Awards, comes to the actress after her much-talked about on-screen kiss with Courteney Cox in the season finale of Dirt, the defunct drama both starring and executive produced by Cox.

I am sure the kiss—which drew over 2.4 million viewers—had everything to do with Aniston’s dedication to a fair depiction of gays and lesbians in the media, and nothing at all to do with snatching some ratings for the offensively awful drama, or the re-positioning of Aniston as a sex symbol while her ex-hubby is off playing house with the most smoldering woman alive.

I thought two hot girls pretending to be lesbians to garner some attention was defamation against the gay community? But what do I know.

Final Word: And to think, J. Lo has been dancing her little heart out at the Gay Pride Parade for all these years. Some girls have all the luck.


Rafe Totengco said...

I totally missed 'the kiss'. Are they trying to give "The L Word" are run for their money? Straight guys love girl to girl action, if only they felt the same way about boy to boy action. Ha!

John said...

this kind of reminds me of the time when gisele and bar rafaeli were fighting over me and ruined the set of a vicotria's secret runway show and then i made them kiss and make up. i swear, i have pictures.....