Partay time at Lincoln Center in New York yesterday! Stars poured in for the Time’s 100 Gala celebrating Time’s 100 Most Influential People for 2011. We’re proud to say that three of our Top 5 WTF people on the list turned up! Leading that parade was a gorgeous Blake Lively who debuted a new strawberry blonde ‘do. We love it, and we loved her in that sexy Zuhair Murad gown. We reckon she’s on the list for most influential boobs and legs, right? Rain, the South Korean pop star, just looked happy to be there. And Mark Wahlberg, as chiseled as ever, showed up with his sexyface on.
We also love Amy Poehler and Aziz Ansari far too much, so we’re just going to pass on talking about their outfits. But we will talk about freshly brewed brunette Anna Kendrick who wore a black cocktail frock with a dangerously low plunging neckline! She better have put in a whole roll of double-sided tape for that one! Our Ultimate FAB Icon, Chris Colfer, had to be there too! Oprah‘s best buddy, Gayle King, showed up as well looking pretty fine in a cerulean blue gown, and the musician crowd was well-repped by Bruno Mars and ?uestlove. There’s more, folks, so check out our gallery below.
[Photos: Splash News Online]
After seeing Glee’s Darren Criss’s photos in Out Magazine, we were ready to disguise ourselves as a 15-yead-old boy and sneak into a prep school for his character Blaine. That’s not that creepy, is it? Oh, it is? Eeep! Luckily for our fantasy lives, Glee creator Ryan Murphy reveals that Blaine is bisexual, a fact that will apparently throw a wrench into his budding relationship with Chris Colfer‘s Kurt. “It’s my job as showrunner to keep them apart as long as possible,” Ryan Murphy tells Out. “Blaine will openly question whether bisexuality is real. I think that some people will love that discussion and some will not love it.” Jeez, can’t our poor ascot-loving countertenor ever catch a break in the man-department? Ten bucks says he hooks up with Santana!
Unfortunately, Kurts the world over after going to be quietly singing “Teenage Dream” to themselves tonight after they find out that real-life Darren is a fan of the ladies. “I think it’s more empowering to everybody, including myself, if I’m articulate about identifying myself as a straight male playing a gay character,” Criss explains. “Ultimately, that’s more powerful for both communities.” A straight man playing a bisexual guy who’s comfortable showing off his manscaping in a gay men’s magazine? We think our minds are open enough for that. Sorry, Kurt!
[Photos: Out Magazine]