fbpx

Entertainment

Theatre, music, concerts, shows, cinemas and much more to be discovered and commented here on The Gayly Mirror.

Musileaks: Lady Gaga’s “Free Woman” leaks on twitter.
closeUp, Entertainment

Musileaks: Lady Gaga’s “Free Woman” leaks on twitter.

Yes, little “monsters”, twitter is a fantastic place (almost for everything, if you know what I mean), and this time … actually just last night while I could not fall asleep, I bumped into this tweet: https://twitter.com/Gypsypop2/status/1258599382406094850 The entire twitter community went crazy, and no-one could actually believe this song leaked… but hey… not only some music leaked and all Gaga’s fans finally could take a breath of fresh air, but also what might be the official lyrics leaked, and we do like them so much. https://twitter.com/LG_Views/status/1258619940799725569 Do you remember when Lady Gaga spoke about Free Woman in a PAPER magazine interview? “In 2020, what does it mean to be a free woman? Can I feel free on my own? Do I need to be loved in order to feel l...
Film recommendation – Portrait of a Lady on Fire (Portrait de la jeune fille en feu)
closeUp, Entertainment

Film recommendation – Portrait of a Lady on Fire (Portrait de la jeune fille en feu)

Watch this stunning French lesbian period drama. This ravishing story of female passion and desire set in 18th-century France is a beautiful masterpiece about love, creativity and the power of just looking. Or, as director Céline Sciamma says, it is about the ‘gaze’ (or is that the – female – gays?). It is a sumptuous love story set in 18th-century France. Artist Marianne must secretly paint the portrait of countess’s daughter Héloïse in the hope it will find her a wealthy husband, although Héloïse doesn’t want to be married – or painted. Nevertheless, a burgeoning attraction between artist and subject develops. Exploring women’s roles in society within a historical context, Sciamma has crafted a poignant, exquisite portrait of female desire and solidarity. Portrait of a Lady on Fir...
Film recommendation – Nina’s Heavenly Delights
closeUp, Entertainment

Film recommendation – Nina’s Heavenly Delights

This is a fun, low-budget film set in the Indian community of Glasgow. It’s a feast of romance, family dynamics and glorious curries with queer representation ahead of its times. It’s not going to become one of your classics, but it makes for a fun night in, and is available to rent on Vimeo. Nina returns home for her father’s funeral, having fled Glasgow to escape an arranged marriage. She mourns her father, an award-winning chef who taught her everything she knows about cooking curries. She decides to try to save her father’s restaurant and win The Best of the West Curry Competition in his honour. But to do so, she must work with Lisa, who co-owns the restaurant. As they practise their dishes, a friendship develops between them and romantic sparks fly. But can Nina let herself go, ...
Lady Gaga – Chromatica has a new release date
closeUp, Entertainment

Lady Gaga – Chromatica has a new release date

Nothing can stop music. Lady Gaga has announced a new release date for Chromatica, her sixth Album which was supposed to be released on 10th April but because of Coronavirus it had to be postponed to a new date. And this new date is now 29th May.  At least this is what Sailor Chromatica (Lady Gaga) says on her instagram post: “The journey continues, You can officially join me on #Chromatica on May 29” https://www.instagram.com/p/B_2jIVJFF71/?utm_source=ig_embed The tracklist promises great songs, together with duets between Gaga and Elton John, and Ariana Grande. Ready for it? 1. Chromatica I 2. Alice 3. Stupid Love 4. Rain On Me (ft. Ariana Grande) 5. Free Woman 6. Fun Tonight 7. Chromatica II 8. 911 9. Plastic Doll 10. Sour Candy (ft. BLACKPIN...
Film recommendation – Rafiki
closeUp, Entertainment

Film recommendation – Rafiki

Street-smart tomboy Kena and rainbow-haired free-spirit Ziki are daughters of opposing Naoirobi politicians. Both dream of a life beyond the stifling confines of their conservative neighbourhood, parents and church. After meeting by chance, their friendship blossoms into something more serious, but their tender happiness is threatened by violence and restrictive views. Writer-director Wanuri Kahiu transplants a familiar, Romeo & Juliet-style, tale of forbidden love to Kenya, where homosexuality is still illegal – a legacy of British colonial rule. Although Kena and Ziki must deal with violence and disdain from their friends, family and church, the film is also full of the joy of young love full as it is of bright colours, a joyous soundtrack (from all-female African bands) and beaut...
Drag Queens in lockdown deliver a special remake of their iconic “Read U, Wrote U”.
closeUp, Entertainment

Drag Queens in lockdown deliver a special remake of their iconic “Read U, Wrote U”.

Four Queens in Lockdown RuPaul’s Drag Race have marked “herstory” of Drags Show worldwide and also educated crows of people on what the art of a Drag Queen is, and how hard it can be to get to certain levels. This show gave us unforgettable moments and songs, but also unforgettable faces and names that almost became friends for us.  Songs such as “Read U, Wrote U” by the four finalists of All Stars 2, and I am talking about the four queens known as Alaska, Detox, Katya and Roxxxy Andrews, which even in lockdown, have decided to reunite and deliver us an amazing remake of their famous track. The video went viral as soon as it was released and the 4 queens appear in their best character except from Detox, which as is recovering from a surgery, decided to use a cartoon to cover her fac...
Owning homophobic comments: we should all learn from this brand!
closeUp, Entertainment, Lifestyle

Owning homophobic comments: we should all learn from this brand!

By continuing to come back to this post and commenting will continue to push it out to other people. We know how instagram works, don’t we? Well, let me tell you that if we like a pic or comment it, IG will understand that this post is interesting and it will automatically be pushed to more users on that social network, who will like it themselves (or maybe write a comment to it) and other people will see that post in their feed too… and so on. This is basically what is happening to Playful Promises - a famous British Lingerie brand - that on Saturday, posted a pic of Jake DuPree - the famous “merman” from Los Angeles, wearing a dusty rose bra and suspender set.“ https://www.instagram.com/p/B_pWqOQBcnN/?utm_source=ig_embed&utm_campaign=loadingù “Jake DuPree causing heart palp...
Our Editor-in-Chief welcomes you to The Gayly Mirror
closeUp, Entertainment, Eurovision, Gay Pride, Health, Lifestyle, News

Our Editor-in-Chief welcomes you to The Gayly Mirror

Hiya, hope you’re doing great even though the whole world is a bit crazy at the moment. My name is Raffa (Raffaele) and I am the Editor-in-Chief of this new LGBT+ Information and Lifestyle Magazine. Please, accept my warmest welcome to The Gayly Mirror; as of today we officially open our doors to old and new readers. I know you might be asking yourself if we really needed a new LGBT+ News and Lifestyle Magazine, and I honestly think I do not own an answer for you. I’m sure you will all appreciate the fact that since the very first moment I thought about this project, my intention was to deliver free and verified information and entertainment. I am so happy I found a TEAM that shares this view with me and is keen to offer you good pieces to read and get news and inspiration from. T...
One World Together At Home: when music makes the world come together.
closeUp, Entertainment

One World Together At Home: when music makes the world come together.

We are all in this together. This is what we all need to understand and it has been a leading message through out the show yesterday night: every single artist, every single doctor, nurse, first line helper interviewed during One World Together At Home Concert, repeated that this is something touching the entire world, that we are in this together, and together we will get back to normality soon, and to celebrate life again.  Eight hours of spectacular show where singers from all around the globe - some of them I admit I didn’t even know, but at least I found some other artists to listen to - delivering messages of hope and positivity together with their songs; artists that allowed us to “walk” into their houses, into their private lives, leaving all gossips out and opening their heart...
Social Media Auto Publish Powered By : XYZScripts.com