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Russell Tovey’s big ears, “Jolene” by Dolly Parton & Cadbury eggs: 10 things we’re obsessed with this week

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Subscribe to our newsletter for a refreshing cocktail (or mocktail) of LGBTQ+ entertainment and pop culture, served up with a side of eye-candy.Like this week, Cole Escola and Conrad Ricamore gave us the scoop on Oh, Mary! , a beach volleyball couple revived our belief in love, and Johnny Sibilly hard-launched his partner.And if that wasn’t enough, Travis Kelce gave us a dad-bod moment, Luca Guadagnino lined up more movies, scientists confirmed our beliefs about gay grooves, and once again, we begged the question: “Is it still OK for straight actors to play gay?” (Spoiler alert: the jury is split.)However, the discourse didn’t stop there.

Even in the wake of a Beyoncé drop, there’s been a steady stream of lewks, hilarious TikToks, books, and boys to engross ourselves in. Here are 10 things we’re obsessed with this week…The biggest story of the week might just be Beyoncé’s cover of “Jolene,” featuring an intro by Dolly herself calling out “that hussy with the good hair.” And while Queen Bey puts a more aggressive spin on the would-be-homewrecker classic, the spirit behind Parton’s 1973 hit remains.

All women with auburn hair be warned!Dolly is certainly cognizant of how powerful her most-covered song is. She even dropped a well-timed merchandise collection in honor of the track’s belated 50th anniversary, featuring a “Please don’t take my man”-emblazoned shirt ($40) and crewneck ($75), as well as a classic Live 1977 Tee ($40) and vintage live poster, going for $20 on her official store.In curating this week’s column, I wondered out loud a lá Carrie Bradshaw, “Does gay Easter even exist?” Yes, it’s a religious holiday akin to Christmas.

But because there’s far less pageantry involved, I worried LGBTQ+ capitalism may not crossed over to the decor market.Boy, was I wrong!

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