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The LA-based artist appears opposite "Mean Girls" actor Daniel Franzese in "La Bufadora," a song that recalls a difficult trip he took with his husband.
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Playing Damian in Tina Fey's teen classic, which turns 15 this week, holds personal significance for the actor-comedian.
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The actor and Joseph Bradley Phillips have called it quits.
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The actor says Phillips bullied, body-shamed and assaulted him on the set of their 2001 film.
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“This is like going to Vegas and picking out a prostitute!”
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The actor popped the question to his longtime beau at Starbucks.
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Because "getting in trouble with the Internet is not real."
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None of us have the same story and path. There will never be one face of HIV, but the more of us who come out HIV+, the more understanding there will be. To see the transformation we want, it's vital to bring HIV back into the public conversation.
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Big things are happening for Daniel Franzese. He publicly came out, created a string of popular parody videos on YouTube, landed his role on Looking, and is now an ambassador for the Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation. I got the chance to to talk to Mr. Franzese about his new role in HIV/AIDS advocacy.
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He'll also be seen opposite Tovey and Jonathan Groff in the second season of "Looking," which is slated to debut on HBO on
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2014-10-07-danielfranzesepleasegohomesmall.jpgMean Girls star (and Internet-meme master of all time) Daniel Franzese has taken his "Bye, Felicia" routine to new heights today with the release of "Please Go Home," a parody of Sam Smith's meteoric hit from earlier this year, "Stay With Me."
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Just because the 10th anniversary of "Mean Girls" happened back in April doesn't mean we're done soaking up its awesomeness
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If it was my family, they would be insulted at a no thank you. I remember a time where I had just eaten and I went over to
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You go, Glen Coco! "You were proud of who you were; I was an insecure actor," he writes in the letter, published on IndieWire
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April is already shaping up to be a very "Mean Girls"-saturated month, as the beloved film marks its 10-year anniversary