Perez Hilton, Lindsay Lohan, Ellen, Prince & The Ex

Lindsay Lohan & Ellen.  Photo: Warner Bros. Studios

Lindsay Lohan & Ellen. Photo: Warner Bros. Studios

In the most interesting six degrees of seperation, or in this case, 3, Perez Hilton has added more fuel to the already smoldering  Gay Marriage issue.

Just recently, this huge ongoing debate has raised eyebrows with all celebs as it comes to equal rights. 

Speaking of gays, talk show host Ellen had bisexual or confused star Lindsay Lohan appear on her show to discuss her lesbian relationship where she opened up about all things including her career.

On a side note, Prince’s ex-wife got involved and posted on’s official facebook page after a tweet about Prince on his way to Ellen:

Manuela Testolini, Prince’s ex-wife was the first to comment and stated:

“I hope she asks him how he  feels about gay marriage. something tells me he won’t be as pointed as Miss California.”

Lindsay Lohan was interviewed as we  reported earlier and not Prince. Her comments obviously stemmed from a New Yorker article from late last year that was full of misquotes as we pointed out. Perez Hilton even commented about those misquotes as well as Ann Power L.A. Times Interview.

It seems like this week with Perez Hilton’s question to Miss California at the Miss USA Pageant about gay marriage has sparked fires everywhere. Even with Ex-wives.

Love see no color or gender.  Plain and simple. -Dr.FB



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  • Sleep Aid
    Posted at 12:49h, 01 December

    i think that gay marriage should be allowed in certain states but not in other states -:*

  • Limited Company
    Posted at 15:20h, 31 August

    People should be able to marry who they want.

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  • Nae
    Posted at 13:46h, 23 April

    Lindsay needs a hamburger that chick looks like a walking skeleton! So unhealthy!!!

  • Lou
    Posted at 09:10h, 23 April

    Prince was not “misquoted” by The New Yorker. If you’ve read the New Yorker over the past… several decades… you’d know it’s a top publication.

    Of course you’re going to spin it in Prince’s favor because your site receives news directly from Prince. But the fact is that Prince was NOT misquoted… that his “religion” is AGAINST homosexuality…. therefore if Prince is a true follower of his religion, he’d be against gay marriage. It comes down to this… Prince is either against gay marriage, or he is like so many others who “cherry pick” what they like about their religion/the bible while ignoring things they don’t like.

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