Holy. Shit. Please feel free to tune out right now if you aren't, in fact, a 100%, Scissor Sisters-humming, musical-theater-loving, Chris Colfer-adoring, gold-star gay. Even if you are you might find what we're about to share with you an atrocity of epically gay proportions. But in case you missed it, on last night's Glee, Sarah Jessica Parker returned (as Kurt's Vogue editor boss Isabelle Kempt), along with Shangela and Ana Matronic, to have a kiki with Kurt and Rachel in a New York loft. Hearing SJP do the "and by bitch I mean this rain" line made us kind of screw up our face with discomfort, but anyway, wow. Then Rachel leads some gals in a quick rendition of "Turkey-Lurkey Time" (our favorite fucked up holiday song ever, by far), because why not. We're pretty sure about half of gay America fell off their couches last night and either died or cried. See it below.
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Apologies for the true pop-culture fag-out today, but allow us the exceptional Glee post in the case of this number, airing in next week's episode. It's Darren Criss singing Gotye's "Somebody That I Used to Know," and the song's been recast as a brother duet with Matt Bomer, guest-starring as Criss's estranged older bro. So, it doesn't get much gayer, and we'd still like to pretend they're singing this as a breakup song, to each other.
We'll warn you right now this is basically like a poor man's Lonely Island sketch from SNL, minus Andy Samburg and without real humor. But you might get a slight chuckle out of its mild homophobia. Because they're heterosexual guys who like 'Glee'! Because that's possible, right? Wrong. Sometimes we really wish Funny or Die would go die.
Go Susan! Actress Susan Sarandon took GLAAD to task after they went after Glee for using the word tranny in their recent Rocky Horror episode. "What should they have said?" the actress asked the New York Post, saying that she has plenty of friends who proudly consider themselves to be "trannies." She said GLAAD is "getting like PETA — way out of control." AGREED. Those silly sticks in the mud at GLAAD do not speak for us at LE FAG either! [via the Sadvocate]