The Gaily News: Gay at the Golden Globes — Glee wins big, Annette Bening and The Kids Are All Right, Ricky Gervais pokes at Scientologists

In other "Glee" news, it’s also been announced that actress Anne Hathaway will be the next star to guest on the show, in a role she invented for herself – Kurt’s lesbian aunt.


Also at the Golden Globes, "The Kids Are Alright," a movie about a lesbian couple with two children who seeks out the sperm donor and biological father, took home some awards. It was recognized as the best comedy motion picture and Annette Bening, one half of the fictitious lesbian couple, took home the award for best female performance in a motion picture.


And show host Ricky Gervais made a semi-controversial jibe about "famous Scientologists" who are gay.


Everyone is talking about the Golden Globes. And the LGBT community was well represented last night.

Fox’s hit show "Glee" racked up the awards at this year’s Golden Globes. Not only was it named best comedy or musical for the second year running, but Chris Colfer and Jane Lynch walked away with awards for best supporting actor and actress, respectively. Out comedic actress Lynch plays Sue Sylvester, heinous coach of the Cheerios and arch nemesis of the Glee Club. During his acceptance speech, an emotional Colfer, who portrays Kurt, a member of the Glee Club and an openly gay student, dedicated his award to students who have been bullied with an uplifting message.

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