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Mariah Carey Goes Over the Rainbow with 'Almost Home': VIDEO

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If you feel like getting swept away in the new clip for the Mariah Carey Oz anthem "Almost Home", here you go. The video was directed by David LaChapelle. Stargate co-produced the track.

Carey has a new album coming out in May in which she's collaborating with Jermaine Dupri, Bryan-Michael Cox, Big Jim Wright, Hit-Boy, The-Dream, and Rodney Jerkins.

Watch, AFTER THE JUMP...

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Here's Mariah Carey's Track from the New 'Oz' Film: VIDEO

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The new Mariah Carey track from Oz the Great and Powerful dropped out of the sky today.

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Mariah Carey Celebrated Christmas Again During the Blizzard: VIDEO

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Nobody loves Christmas more than Mariah Carey, so why not re-celebrate it during a blizzard in February!

Watch Mariah's "re-Christmas" video, AFTER THE JUMP...

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News: Dear Abby, Kirsten Gillibrand, Bette Midler, 'Guy Code'

1NewsIcon GQ magazine, Andy Cohen discusses why straight guys love his show: "I show a bunch of boobs and asses and good-looking women. I get your wives and girlfriends playing drinking games. I get 'em wound up, I get 'em drunk, and just when they're at the point where.... [then] I'm off the air.'"

Guycode1NewsIcon MTV2's testosterone-laden show Guy Code will be addressing the gay spectrum next week, and most of the gents agree there is such a spectrum.

1NewsIcon They don't illustrate like this anymore.

1NewsIcon On gun control and gay marriage: "...The long-term trend on gun control, unlike gay marriage, has been a rise in opposition. As recently as April, the Pew Research Center put out a report noting the divergent trends on the two issues, noting that 'on gun control, Americans have become more conservative; on gay marriage, Americans have become more liberal.'"

1NewsIcon  Michael Triplett, president of the National Lesbian & Gay Journalist Association, has died at the age of 48 after a battle with cancer. From the group's website: "His quiet demeanor masked a steely resolve and an uncanny ability to push our organization forward. Michael quickly became someone who could be relied on both to provide sage advice as well as the time and energy to help us accomplish our goals…. Michael was truly a joy for all of us to work with, and his loss will be felt among our organization for years to come. Our thoughts and prayers are with his partner, Jack and his family in Alabama."

1NewsIcon An unknown number of hostages are dead during a state-run raid to end a siege in Algeria.

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1NewsIcon Chris Christie calls the NRA ad attacking the President for using Secret Service for his children "reprehensible."

1NewsIcon Sorry, conservatives, but Bette Midler is right about Ronald Reagan and the mentally ill.

1NewsIcon Hateful Family Research Council leader Tony Perkins is wrong about It Gets Better, which he calls a "deceptive lie."

1NewsIcon Pauline Friedman Phillips, the woman who wrote the Dr. Abby column as Abigail Van Buren, died at the age of 94.

1NewsIcon A Toronto man accused of murdering his husband is now asking for the victim's $2 million life insurance and is also demanding his mourning family never see a dime.

1NewsIcon Nicholous Hoult looked refreshingly hot at the Rome premiere of Warm Bodies.

1NewsIcon You will be forgiven for taking some time to watch Mariah Carey and Nicki Minaj hate one another.

1NewsIcon Heads up, Australia - Robert Pattinson brought his guitar.

BomerT1NewsIcon Matt Bomer is designing men's apparel inspired by his show, White Collar.

1NewsIcon There's a new support group for GBT men in Atlanta who have been victims of hate crimes.

1NewsIcon Retired Baptist Rev. Howard Bess stands with gay students at evangelical Wheaton College: "I am one of those supporters though I am not gay. Wheaton College is my alma mater and I am proud to be a Wheaton graduate. I found Wheaton to be a home for a rigorous academic education, and Wheaton’s student body and faculty comprised the greatest group of people I have ever known. They were dedicated, hard-working and highly principled. To them, Christ was Lord; nothing else was so important."

1NewsIcon British Evangelical leader Steve Chalke comes out for recognition of same-sex relationships: "When we refuse to make room for gay people to live in loving, stable relationships, we consign them to lives of loneness, secrecy and fear."

1NewsIcon Democratic Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand is again leading the call for Homeland Security and the Justice Department to guarantee that married bi-national same-sex couples not be deported or separated before the Supreme Court rules on marriage equality. "By taking these interim steps, vulnerable families affected by DOMA can remain together until the Supreme Court issues its decision," Gillibrand and other senators wrote. "Preserving family unity is a fundamental American value and is the cornerstone of our nation’s immigration law."

1NewsIcon "No more wedding jokes, please," says Kim Kardashian.


News: Gaseous Fed, Emory, Thom Bierdz, Rudolph

1NewsIcon A group of Emory Students have apologized after their public access program suggested that people lynch students they think are on campus because of affirmative action.

Firefightersshot1NewsIcon Four firefighters were shot, two fatally, while responding to a blaze in Webster, New York. "An ex-con set a car and a house ablaze in his lakeside neighborhood to lure firefighters, then opened fire on them, killing two, engaging in a shootout with police and committing suicide while several houses burned. Authorities used an armored vehicle to evacuate the area."

1NewsIcon CNN viewers voted President Obama 2012's most intriguing person.

1NewsIcon The Episcopal-backed The University of the South will host same-sex marriages in its chapel: "The college itself isn't part of any one diocese. Its religious governing authority is the chancellor, a post that rotates among the bishops of the 28 owning dioceses. In the midst of this announcement, McCardell is calling on alumnus to give $250 to $300 million dollars in a campaign to ensure the university's future, a future that might be jeopardized by this action that many consider outside the bounds of Biblical faith even though culturally acceptable."

1NewsIcon Florida's first openly gay lawmakers see equality as a priority. "I’ve done work on civil rights for a long time. But in the campaign, my focus was mostly on jobs, education and fairness and opportunity," said Rep. Joe Saunders, a former Florida Equality activist.

1NewsIcon How Gwyneth travels.

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1NewsIcon Check out the new trailer for Mark Wahlberg's forthcoming flick Broken City.

1NewsIcon Kellan Lutz is obviously someplace very warm.

1NewsIcon Gay actor Thom Bierdz looks good naked and isn't afraid to show off. Check it out via this not-so work friendly link Oh, and he's single and looking for a boyfriend.

1NewsIcon Hugh Jackman goes for a modestly-sized Christmas tree.

1NewsIcon Rudolph's red nose explained.

1NewsIcon NOM henchman Frank Schubert on failed GOP presidential candidate Newt Gingrich accepting the "reality" of marriage equality: "Sometimes good men say stupid things, and this is one of those times. Gingrich’s conclusion that gay 'marriage' is inevitable is ridiculous. His comments suggest the results of marriage races in Maine, Maryland and Washington, which allowed three deep-blue states to endorse redefining marriage means that it is inevitable."

WiccanKiss1NewsIcon Gay Avengers Hulkling And Wiccan share a kiss in Gay Times.

1NewsIcon Federal employee chided for "disrupt[ing] the work floor by passing gas and releasing an unpleasant odor." Makes for a great bloated government joke.

1NewsIcon Minnesota political analyst Larry Jacobs doesn't see marriage equality passing there next month, as some Democrats had hoped.

1NewsIcon Dylan Smith, a 23-year old New Yorker who helped save neighbors' lives during Superstorm Sandy, died in a surfing accident in Puerto Rico over the weekend.


Mariah Carey, Jimmy Fallon and The Roots Bang Out Some Christmas Cheer: VIDEO

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Mariah Carey joins Jimmy Fallon and The Roots for a rendition of "All I Want for Christmas is You" played on instruments you would find in a classroom: wood block, tambourine, bass drum, kazoo, wooden clacker w/ afro pick, a Fisher Price xylophone. recorder, melodica, ukulele, kazoo, bongos, and sleigh bells.

They are joined by a little chorus of angels halfway through.

Enjoy, AFTER THE JUMP...

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