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Neil Patrick Harris and his co-star Lena Hall performed a number from Hedwig and the Angry Inch at tonight's Tony Awards.
The segment was introduced by RuPaul, a statement not lost on those familiar with his recent controversial statements with regard to certain words.
The number, "Sugar Daddy" took Harris into the audience to flirt with Orlando Bloom, Samuel L. Jackson, Sting, Kevin Bacon, and his husband David Burtka (above), on whom he planted a passionate kiss.
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Something old, something new, something borrowed, something halleloo: It's the runway of the brides, except this white wedding has a gender-bending twist. The female partner is decked out in a tux and their husbands-to-be are transformed by the remaining queens into beautiful(ish) brides.
Move over, Macklemore and Queen Latifah, there's a new marriage equality master in town, and RuPaul be her name.
Find out who said YASSSSSS to the dress, and how we ranked the queens this week, AFTER THE JUMP …
Neil Patrick Harris and David Burtka Dish with RuPaul on the Secret to Their Successful Relationship: VIDEO
Neil Patrick Harris and husband David Burtka are set to guest judge on tonight's episode of RuPaul's Drag Race, aptly titled 'How I Met Your Drag Mother.'
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The power couple also reveals the secret to their successful relationship, with Burtka telling Ru "never go to bed angry."
"Yeah" Harris quips, "I haven't slept in six months."
[Correction: This post originally mentioned that Harris and Burtka are married. The two are engaged]
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“I am a very content gay man living my life to the fullest."
With those words, Neil Patrick Harris became the most visible openly gay actor in Hollywood. He wasn't the first out actor, but his coming out in 2006 marked a turning point. He bucked the narrative of gay actors' inability to convincingly play straight.
Not only did he play straight -- he played really straight. Whether it was as the womanizing Barney Stinson on the CBS sitcom How I Met Your Mother, or in the over-the-top portrayal of Neil Patrick Harris (not quite himself) in the Harold and Kumar series, NPH became the proof point about out actors in hetero roles. His relatively drama-free coming out -- absent the hand-wringing of the time that plagued the likes of Lance Bass and T.R. Knight -- only further endeared him to audiences.
It didn't hurt, of course, that he's almost supernaturally charming, handsome and talented. A singer, dancer, actor and all-around weapon of mass likability, Harris' appeal is tough to resist.
Check out some legen … wait for it … dary NPH moments and share your thoughts on the former Doogie Howser, M.D., AFTER THE JUMP …
Who says gays can't find love on Christian Mingle?
"I think God has a plan for all of us, and even if that plan includes Hell, it's still a plan."
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