A monthly interactive talk show with your favorite celebrities.

“And Seen” is an LGBTQ-culture web-based TV show hosted by Eboné Bell, presented by Tagg Magazine. This feel-good queer lifestyle show features celebrity guests from the world of entertainment and culture. The monthly series airs live on Tagg Magazine’s Facebook and YouTube Channel.

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Episode 8: Actress Jordan Hull

Aired: August 2, 2021

Jordan Hull joins us for episode 8 of &Seen and she doesn’t disappoint. The young actress is best known for her role as Angie on “The L Word: Generation Q.” Jordan talks about being a cast member on the show, why she doesn’t do social media, and her new movie with Queen Latifah and Adam Sandler. And, Jordan and Eboné just might be back at it again for a special Zodiac Sign episode. You never know…stay tuned!






Episode 7: Actress and Comedian Lea DeLaria

Aired: June 29, 2021

Season 2 kicked off with actress, comedian, and jazz singer Lea DeLaria. Though many know her from her role as Big Boo on Orange is the New Black, DeLaria’s career multi- faceted career spans decades. She holds the distinction of being the first openly gay comic on television in America which led to countless Television and Film roles portraying Police Lieutenants, PE Teachers and the Lesbian who inappropriately hits on straight women. In this episode, the actress talks about The Lesbian Bar Project documentary, being butch, OITNB, lesbian representation in media…and proves why she is a “DYKON.”





Episode 6: Pop Sensation Maggie Lindemann

Aired: December 8, 2020

Margaret Elizabeth “Maggie” Lindemann is an American singer-songwriter. She is best known for her 2016 breakout single “Pretty Girl”, which peaked at number 4 in Sweden, number 6 in Ireland, and number 8 the United Kingdom and the Netherlands.

In this episode, she chats with Eboné about her music and upcoming projects over glasses of wine.





Episode 5: Rosie O’Donnell

Aired: September 21, 2020

The legend and icon herself Rosie O’Donnell joined us to bring awareness and support to queer women’s media. The actress, comedian, TV personality, and author even raffled off one of her most recent art pieces. Rosie began her comedy career as a teenager and received her breakthrough on the television series Star Search in 1984. After a series of television and film roles that introduced her to a larger national audience, O’Donnell hosted her own syndicated daytime talk show, The Rosie O’Donnell Show, between 1996 and 2002. She has also been an outspoken advocate for lesbian rights and gay adoption issues.





Episode 4: Dana Goldberg

Aired: September 21, 2020

As seen on TBS, ABC, LOGO, and Last Comic Standing, veteran host and comedian Dana Goldberg is a force of nature on stage. With performances at the San Francisco International Comedy Competition, The Comedy Festival produced by TBS and HBO, and the Fringe Festival in Edinburgh, Scotland; her quick wit and playful stage presence have her earning loyal fans across the country and abroad. Goldberg has become a triple threat combining her comedy, hosting, and fundraising talents to become one of the most sought after entertainers on the circuit. In this episode, Dana does not disappoint with keeping the laughs coming throughout the show.




Episode 3: Dominique Jackson

Aired: August 12, 2020

Dominique Jackson is a Tobagonian-American transgender actress, author, model, and reality television personality. As an actress, she is most known for her leading role of Elektra Abundance on the FX television series Pose. This powerhouse talks to Eboné about transgender representation, the impact of the hit show Pose; and gives her opinion on the Moscato and Rosé wines.







Episode 2: Katherine “Kat” Barrell

Aired: June 30, 2020

Katherine “Kat” Barrell is a Canadian actress, writer, producer, and director. She is best known for her role as Sheriff Nicole Haught in the Syfy supernatural weird West television series Wynonna Earp. In 2020, she joined the cast of the fantasy comedy-drama television series Good Witch as Joy Harper. In this “boozy” episode, Kat stresses the importance of supporting Black-queer owned businesses and the significance of queer representation in media. Our favorite wine rep from Lion & Dove also stops by to sample some of their flavors with us. Fun fact: This is when we realized maybe six wines was a little too much.





Episode 1: Arienne “Ari” Mandi

Aired: May 13, 2020

Before we changed the name to “&Seen,” we kicked things off with a Virtual Wine Tasting show and live fan chat with special guest host Devan from Lion & Dove Wines.

Our first guest, Arienne Mandi is well-known for her role as Dani Nunez on The L Word: Generation Q. She also appeared in The Interns (2014), NCIS: Los Angeles (2009) and Hawaii Five-0 (2010). In this episode, the actress hints at potential upcoming projects. She also dishes on her role in The L Word: Generation Q and the fan reactions to the reboot of the show. Also, someone might have given her a hard time about her spotty internet connection, but we didn’t care. We had a blast!