It all began with the bears. "I'm like, 'Are you a baseball team?'" says Josh Groban, recalling an early-career encounter with a man who informed the crooner about his growing number of gay bear fans.
Even by phone, Reba McEntire makes you feel right at home. "Thanks for the visit; I've enjoyed visitin' with you!" the singer drawls, wrapping up our conversation as if I'd just stopped by for buttered grits and a cup of hot coffee.
Before catapulting to pop stardom, Kelly Clarkson was one of us. In many ways, she still is.
Raise your glass to girl-group power. It’s returning thanks to music-maven Simon Cowell, who understands the need to resurrect this abandoned, gay-celebrated American tradition, where female voices unite for the purposes of empowerment and man-sassing.watch full Problemos movie online
It's true: We weren't ready for this jelly. But Meghan Trainor plopped her booty down anyway and made a seat for herself with "All About That Bass," 2014's doo-wop polemic that had her preaching how all women are perfect "from the bottom to the top."
A single tweet changed Ricky Martin's life, and then it changed the world. When the internationally famed Puerto Rican heartthrob came out in 2010, declaring himself on Twitter "a fortunate homosexual man" who's "very blessed to be who I am," Martin, 43, stepped out of the closet and into himself.
A vase of lilies sits amidst medical paraphernalia used to keep Elaine Stritch's diabetes in check. Her caretaker has just arranged the flowers and set them in the middle of the kitchen table - flowers I brought her as a token of gratitude for inviting me into her Birmingham, Mich., home, and because it's almost [...]
Set to release her third solo album this spring, Stefani rang to open up about her "late in life" introduction to the gay community, the lesson she's teaching her boys when she paints their nails and how hubby Gavin Rossdale has broadened her worldview.
"I'm sorry," Harvey Fierstein growls in his unmistakable Brooklyn gravel, "I gotta go on with my life." And so, after our insightful 40-minute chat peppered with Fierstein's true-to-form frankness, he does.
As "Looking" returns to the network on Jan. 11, 2015, the 33-year-old opened up on a variety of topics: his mom's reaction to his thigh thump with Groff, the advantages to shooting a sex scene with a gay actor and how, despite his famous butt, fans of the show who meet him aren't "rape-y."