Pride may be postponed this year, but rainbows aren’t going anywhere. Besides being a symbol for celebrating sexual and gender diversity, rainbows are all about hope, and right now we sure could use it.
One of the most timeless songs about rainbows is the Rainbow Connection, originally written for the Muppet Movie by Paul Williams and Kenneth Ascher, which over the years became a huge cover song by people like Justin Vivian Bond, Willy Nelson,Jason Mraz, Deborah Harry and even The Carpenters.
And now, Kermit the Frog is singing it again, socially distanced and unplugged from his lily pad in the Okefenokee Swamp.
Today we take a look at the song Rainbow Connection plus all the sizzling hot news:
➤ The Girl Scouts get some of that bail out money.
➤ Fox News gives Trump’s favorite sister act Diamond and Silk the boot.
➤ The library is open! 80s hunk Rob Lowe throws some shade towards his Outsiders co-star Tom Cruise.
➤ Russians capture an alleged cannibal after finding a penis in his yard.