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While promoting her upcoming hate-group backed film, "Persecuted," Fox News personality Gretchen Carlson started shopping early for the "War on Christmas" by blaming "Seinfeld" and the Festivus pole for the decline in holiday spirit.
Out gay actor Zachary Quinto will join the famous for playing gay, straight actor James Franco in an upcoming biopic based on the life of a noted twink magazine publishing magnate turned anti-gay minister.
Last month, Sir Elton John made headlines when he said in an interview that he believes Jesus Christ would support gay marriage. But not so fast "Rocket Man" -- the Church of England says otherwise.
Bobbi Kristina Brown, daughter of the late Whitney Houston is apologizing for a series of tweets fired at Angela Bassett, one of which included a transphobic comment about the Golden Globe Award-winning actress.
21-year-old Alex Newell has already conquered the world of TV, thanks to his recurring role as transgender student Wade "Unique" Adams on "Glee."
Start spreading the news, Frank Sinatra's former New York City penthouse is on the market for $4.995 million. Mia Farrow not included.
This week in gossip news: celebrities may let us down over and over again, but Solange got our hopes up. Beyonce may have a half-sister (thanks to daddy Knowles), Kimye have only been together for nine-days and Ryan Gosling is probably off the market.
Fashion is the playground for the rich and famous. But Tuesday saw Giorgio Armani outdo even this old maxim in his celebrity-circus of a couture show.
Rumors of Rosie O'Donnell's return "The View" reignited a seven-year feud with her on-air nemesis, conservative Fox News host Elisabeth Hassellbeck, who wasted no time to weigh in with her opinion of the controversial lesbian comedian.
When Academy Award-winning power-couple Charlize Theron and Sean Penn walked in to Dior's Monday show, holding hands and sat prominently on the front row, it's not only the couture gowns that dazzled guests.