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WATCH: One thing you should know if you see Joel Kim Booster on Grindr
Hot Joel Summer continues as the Fire Island star Joel Kim Booster “hosts” Grindr for a cheeky interview where he reveals his favorite position, Britney Spears track, and so much more.While showing off his gorgeous new Los Angeles home (seriously, the view from that balcony is stunning), Booster runs through Grindr and Netflix’s very gay gauntlet of 69 questions that range from “Who’s got the range?’ to “Demon twink or angel twink?” It’s demon twink, obviously.  A post shared by Joel Kim Booster (@ihatejoelkim)Naturally, the actor/writer/comic’s got jokes, but he also shares some pretty surprising personal details. For instance, did you know Booster’s nickname growing up was “Joji Poji?” We didn’t either!Related: A queer Asian revolution is happening in Hollywood and, honestly, it’s about damn timeElsewhere, the star reveals some pertinent info for anyone who might be on the apps: If you see him on Grindr, should you admit you know who he is, or pretend you don’t? “It’s like the cops—if you know who I am, you’re legally required to tell me.” Noted! (By the way, he also says his Grindr tribe is “Discreet”).The whole thing is a blast, expertly riffing on Vogue’s popular “73 Questions” videos with its steadicam house tour and inquisitive, off-camera interviewee.
Queer Eye's Bobby Berk Hopes to Win Big at Emmy's
Emmy Awards, the Television Academy announced Tuesday.The show is up for outstanding Sstructured reality program, outstanding production design for a variety, reality or competition series, outstanding picture editing for a structured reality or competition program, outstanding casting for a reality program, outstanding directing for a reality program cheer, and host for a reality or competition program for all five of its hosts.One of those hosts and the show's interior design expert, Bobby Berk, spoke with E News about the nomination and what’s in store for the upcoming season.“It really is an amazing feeling to be acknowledged by the Academy and our peers,” he told the outlet.Queer Eye is a reboot of the 2008, series Queer Eye for a Straight Guy, with a modernized and more inclusive twist. The American reality show has come a long way since its premiere on Netflix in 2018 and features a new “Fab Five” with Antoni Porowski as the food and wine expert, Tan France as the fashion expert, Karamo Brown as the culture expert, Bobby Berk as the design expert, and Jonathan Van Ness as the grooming expert.Berk said that the show, “feels even more special every single year.”Starting in Atlanta, Ga., the show has traveled throughout the U.S.
Heartstopper’s Yasmin Finney calls out Boris Johnson in powerful speech to crowd of thousands at London Trans+ Pride: ‘I know you know we exist’
Yasmin Finney delivered a powerful speech at London Trans+ Pride this weekend – and she made a point of calling out the Conservative government.The 18-year-old actress rocketed to fame following her appearance in the coming-of-age Netflix series, in which she plays Elle Argent, a trans girl who has moved from an all boyall-boyss grammar school to Higgs school for girls.Heartstopper has garnered a legion of fans all over the world following its release, with viewers overjoyed that it’s been renewed for not one, but two more seasons.Yasmin has long been vocal about the challenges the trans community face and the importance of representation in the media, and on Saturday she attended her first Trans+ Pride along with thousands of other LGBTQ+ people and allies.Sorry, this video isn't available any more.The Trans+ Pride march is held every year and aims to ‘celebrate the memory of trans lives taken and uphold the next generation of trans revolutionaries’, with thousands lining the streets annually in protest.Taking centre stage on Saturday, Yaz gave a speech in which she said she feels ‘connected to my community more than ever’.‘If the government is trying to eradicate us, we’re all here, and we’re just duplicating, look at how many of us there are,’ she declared, earning major cheers from the crowd.Proceeding to take aim at Prime Minister Boris Johnson – who resigned from office earlier this week – she added: ‘Boris, bye! Bye!’Yasmin continued to talk about the importance of seeing people she can relate to in TV and film: ‘Having this representation on screen has made me realise how impactful it is.
Heartstopper announces casting call for exciting new role for season 2 – with LGBTQ+ actors encouraged to apply
and you’re an aspiring actor, then this might be the calling you’ve been waiting for.The coming-of-age Netflix drama has achieved roaring success with its first season, so much so that it’s been renewed for two more instalments – with filming set to start later this year.Starring Kit Connor as Nick Nelson and Joe Locke as Charlie Spring, Heartstopper follows the rugby lad and his form buddy as they fall in love and embark on a secret relationship – forced to keep it on the down-low since Nick hasn’t yet come out.It’s an emotional rollercoaster to say the least, but the show – based on the graphic novels by Alice Oseman – has acquired millions of fans across the globe.As production for season 2 fast approaches, casting directors have announced that they’re looking for someone to play an exciting new role.The casting call, which was posted on social media, shared that the crew are looking for a plus-size actor of British South Asian heritage who identifies as female or non-binary.And weâre off! Season 2 Casting!!! ð³ï¸ââ§ï¸ð³ï¸âðð³ï¸ââ§ï¸ð³ï¸âðð³ï¸ââ§ï¸ð³ï¸âðð³ï¸ââ§ï¸â¤ï¸â¤ï¸â¤ï¸âð½Please RT yaâll ð#HeartstopperNetflix @AliceOseman @Heartstopper_TV @see_saw_films will be playing the role of Sahar Zahid, a character from the comics whom diehard fans were hoping would make an appearance in the next series.Sahar is 16-years-of age and in year 11 at Higgs school for girls, which is also attended by Elle Argent, played by Yasmin Finney.The teen is described as ‘no nonsense, independent, and a little cynical at times.’Casting directors clarified that Sahar is the only role they will be casting through open auditions, stating that any hopefuls must be available from autumn 2022, suggesting filming
‘Heartstopper’ stars appear at Pride march in London
Netflix series Heartstopper attended London’s Pride march over the weekend as the event marked its 50th anniversary.During Saturday’s (July 2) events, the likes of Joe Locke, Kit Connor, Jenny Walser, Sebastian Croft, Tobie Donovan, Corinna Brown and Kizzy Edgell were seen marching.The stars also came across homophobic protestors and danced to Whitney Houston’s ‘I Wanna Dance With Somebody’ in front of them.Their appearance came a day after Connor, Locke, Yasmin Finney and William Gao all appeared on Celebrity Gogglebox for the show’s Pride special.The stars of Heartstopper absolutely loving it as anti-LGBT protesters are challenged by a young Pride supporter #Pride— Scott Beasley (@SkyScottBeasley) July 2, 2022The four stars were seen watching the likes of This Is My House and Big Boys, including the emotional coming out scene from the latter.They appeared alongside the likes of RuPaul’s Drag Race UK‘s Tia Kofi, Lawrence Chaney, and Bimini Bon-Bouash, as well as Self Esteem, Feel Good star Mae Martin and comedian Lolly Adefope.Heartstopper was renewed for a second season earlier this year. At the time, executive producer Patrick Walters said: “We put so much love into the making of Heartstopper so to reassemble the team for two more seasons is a dream come true.“I’m forever grateful to Alice Oseman for entrusting us with this beautiful, unique story that at its core seeks to uplift the next generation of young LGBTQ+ people.