Selena Gomez is alive, revived and relieved. After photos turned up in 2014 of Gomez scrub-a-dub-dubbing with gal pal Cara Delevingne, who's openly bisexual, what transpired? Gay gossip, of course. Gomez doesn't care, she says, "because they weren't talking about other people in my life for once, which was wonderful."
Sara Bareilles was enjoying a bite at a Boston restaurant recently, and on her way out, the manager stopped her. He wanted a hug.
Blowback from a mere two-minute-and-twenty-three-second trailer of "Stonewall" stormed the web in early August. It was intense. Like the historic brick-throwing, slur-lashing brawl that broke out in New York City outside a Greenwich Village gay bar in 1969, it provoked an uproar.
Leona Lewis is having a Mariah Carey moment. She’s singing, mimicking the ascending whistle notes that close out Carey’s early-’90s hit “Emotions.” It’s not much – just a few notes, sung as the song comes up casually in our conversation – but this “moment” entails more than an impromptu Lewis performance via cellphone.watch full movie [...]
Carly Rae Jepsen is calling - and no, not maybe. This is a real-life phone date (pegged, of course, to the release of her latest synth-pop concoction, "E*MO*TION") wherein the 29-year-old is bubbly over, well, just about everything: Her career. The gays. Marriage equality. Being "the little mermaid." And that time Justin Bieber changed her [...]
"Oh, Jesus." Zachary Quinto is aptly responding to the fact that, yes, despite establishing himself as an Emmy-nominated actor with versatility, out-of-this-world talent and some of the best eyebrows in the biz, he once starred on an episode of "Touched by An Angel."
During an insightful and surprisingly candid conversation, Duff spoke about her career as a whole just hours following June 26's landmark Supreme Court ruling, which granted full marriage rights to LGBT Americans.
Matt Bomer is not buying all the buzz about Matt Bomer. Channeling his trademark charm, the actor calls it "sheer fallacy" that anyone - let alone heterosexual men - could possibly find his piercing baby-blue eyes swoon-worthy.
Stripped of that glossy sheen, those painted nails and the purple mane that he famously flaunted on his 2009 post-"American Idol" debut, "For Your Entertainment," Adam Lambert's latest album cover isn't even in color. His hair still reaches the same towering heights as his voice on "The Original High," but otherwise, he's unadorned.
Lily Tomlin is watching Jane Fonda weep. As the showbiz icon releases a steady stream of waterworks - she's "wiping tears away," Tomlin notes - Fonda pauses slightly to collect herself before answering