Sunday September 23, 2018

Archive for the ‘Celebrities’ Category

Bert and Ernie are gay lovers, ‘Sesame Street’ writer reveals

Bert and Ernie are more than just friends, according to “Sesame Street” writer Mark Saltzman. Saltzman, who joined the show in 1984, told Queerty the two puppets are a gay couple and their relationship is a reflection of his partnership with film editor Arnold Glassman.  More…

Roseanne: My character killed off ‘The Conners’ by opioid overdose

Roseanne Barr has revealed how the “Roseanne” spinoff show, “The Conners,” will kill off her namesake character. “Oh ya, they killed her,” she said, adding, “They have her die of an opioid overdose.”  More…

Paul McCartney Slams Trump in New Song

Paul McCartney has recently revealed that he once masturbated with John Lennon and saw God on a drug trip. Now his highly-acclaimed 17th solo album, Egypt Station, has just been released. “We’ve got a mad captain sailing this boat we’re all on and he is just going to take us to the iceberg being warned it’s not a cool idea.’” And just who could the “Mad Captain” be? “Obviously it’s Trump,” McCartney says.  More…

Mark Wahlberg reveals gruelling daily regime

Mark Wahlberg has revealed a punishing daily routine, involving getting up in the middle of the night to work out. On a typical day, the actor rises at 02:30, before half an hour of prayers. After breakfast at 03:15, he does a 95-minute workout followed by another meal, shower, snack, golf and "cryo chamber recovery" – all before 10:30. He goes to bed at 19:30, he revealed.  More…

Michael Strahan: NFL Players’ Protest Has Been “Hijacked” By Angry Fans

As a Good Morning America host and former NFL player, Michael Strahan sounded off on that peaceful protest on Ellen, and he explained why he has no issue with Colin Kaepernick and other NFL players taking a knee before games. Strahan told Ellen DeGeneres that he would have joined players in their protest, and he insisted that he would have stepped up as a leader to make sure that the players’ message wasn’t “hijacked” by angry fans.  ...

Kathy Griffin Says Les Moonves Never Wanted A Woman In Late Night, Curses Out Julie Chen In Latest Twitter Thread

Kathy Griffin has come back with a vengeance — literally — since her bloody-Trump-head picture and its aftermath almost cost her her career in 2017. Since attempts to silence her were made by the president and even people in entertainment (mostly men), Kathy Griffin 2.0 has come out swinging, defending not only her right to free speech but defending the women in entertainment who still have to cede control to men in power.  More…

Julie Chen steps away from CBS’s ‘The Talk’ after Les Moonves fiasco

Julie Chen announced Monday she’s taking some time off from CBS’ “The Talk,” a day after her husband, Les Moonves, resigned as chairman of the network amid a fresh wave of sexual misconduct allegations. “I am taking a few days off from The Talk to be with my family,” Chen said in a statement to Deadline.com.  More…

Cosby Show actor Geoffrey Owens opens up after grocery store shaming

“The Cosby Show” actor Geoffrey Owens is proud to be working at Trader Joe’s despite some news reports shaming him for working at a grocery store. Owens had been working at the cult favorite grocery store chain for 15 months before the reports came out over the weekend. While he remains passionate about acting and still pursues roles, he had to turn to Trader Joe’s in order to better support his family.  More…

Burt Reynolds dead: Smokey and the Bandit actor dies at 82

Burt Reynolds, an icon of 1970s Hollywood, has died at the age of 82. Reynolds’ manager, Erik Kritzer, confirmed the “Smokey and the Bandit” star’s death to The Hollywood Reporter, saying he passed away Thursday morning at Jupiter Medical Center in Florida.  More…

No place like home: Dorothy’s ruby slippers recovered

The case of the missing red ruby slippers is closed. Minneapolis FBI agents and local law enforcement will hold a news conference Tuesday afternoon to announce they’ve recovered one of four known surviving pairs of ruby slippers worn by actress Judy Garland in the 1939 movie "The Wizard of Oz."  More…

CNN pulls Asia Argento episodes of ‘Parts Unknown’ after sex assault allegations

CNN is pulling all episodes of “Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown” featuring Asia Argento, following allegations that the Italian actress and activist sexually assaulted an underage former co-star.  More…

Al Sharpton takes shot at Trump at Aretha Franklin’s funeral

The Rev. Al Sharpton took a jab at President Trump on Friday — saying he needs a lesson in respect after referring to Aretha Franklin as someone “who used to work for me” immediately after her passing.  More…

Jack Nicklaus praises Tiger Woods for Donald Trump comments

Legendary golfer Jack Nicklaus commended Tiger Woods on Wednesday for his comments about having “respect” for President Trump. “I couldn’t have agreed with Tiger more,” said Nicklaus during an interview with the Golf Channel.  More…

‘So much blood’ after angry golfer’s club flies into crowd

After hitting an errant tee shot on the 15th hole Friday at a Web.com Tour event, Kevin Stadler slammed his 7-iron on the ground in anger. The club head hit his foot, broke and flew into the crowd, striking a spectator in the head.  More…

Asia Argento denies sexual assault tale, says payoff was Anthony Bourdain’s idea

Asia Argento said Tuesday that she never had “any sexual relationship” with a man who accused her of molesting him when he was a minor, and that her former boyfriend, the late Anthony Bourdain, urged her to agree to a financial settlement to end the accuser’s “long-standing persecution” of her.  More…