Jai Rodriguez speaks of guest role on ‘Are you there, Chelsea?’ and being an LGBT role model

Since starting my interview series with Jai Rodriguez, I had the honor of meeting him in person at the RuPaul’s Drag Race Season 4 Premiere Party…Continuing with the next installment of my interview series with Jai, we discussed his upcoming guest appearance on NBC’s new scripted comedy series “Are you there, Chelsea?”, his relationship status, and being a role model for the LGBT community.

A-List Dallas’ James Doyle talks about growing up gay, bullying, and coming out

Some of the final words in last night’s episode were those from James Doyle expressing that life hasn’t always been a bottle of liquor, a bed of roses, and upper echelon trust funds…I was reminded that James told me about his experiences growing up gay, being bullied, and coming out to his parents…I think the timing’s right to share this part of the interview now.

Logo TV’s A-List New York season 2 launch party: exclusive cast interviews, photos, commentary

Check out all of my interviews below from Tuesday, July 19, 2011 at District 36 nightclub in New York City…keepin’ it cool with their interview game faces on were Mike Ruiz, Nyasha Zimucha, Reichen Lehmkul, Rodiney Santiago, Derek Saathoff, and Austin Armacost.

Interview with cast from Logo TV’s comical reality series “Pretty Hurts”

For 9 episodes, we’ve watched and been entertained by the super accommodating Rand Rusher, RN; his task master of a business partner Curt Meeuwsen; and the rest of the staff at rr Aesthetics in Beverly Hills on “Pretty Hurts” as patients try to turn back the hands of time with freezers, fillers, and laser treatments. “Pretty Hurts” airs Saturdays at 8:00 PM ET/PT on Logo TV and is produced by Go Go Luckey Entertainment.

QBC Film Fest Garden Party Benefit: A night of jazz, R&B, soul at the Brooklyn Society of Ethical Culture on July 16th

Queer Black Cinema Institute (QBCI) will hold a Garden Party Benefit on Saturday, July 16, 2011 at the Brooklyn Society of Ethical Culture, to raise funds for its fourth Annual QBC Film Festival in Brooklyn.