ABC’s cast for the upcoming limited dramatic series When We Rise has been partially finalized, and it’s a star-studded roster indeed. Mary-Louise Parker (Weeds, Angels in America), Guy Pearce (Memento, L.A. Confidential), and Rachel Griffiths (Brothers and Sisters, Six Feet Under) have all signed on for leading roles.
During a game of Plead the Fifth on Watch What Happens Live, Andy Cohen asked Jennifer Lopez (half of Bennifer 1.0) for her thoughts regarding the enormous phoenix tattoo on Ben Affleck’s back.
Some feuds develop slowly, over the course of many, many moons. You see the temperature between two people—people who often begin as friends—rise until it reaches its feuding point. The lid pops off, the relationship boils over, and we all saw it coming.
You might think that gay pride parades and the Mormon Church would go together like, well, gay people and Mormons, but something unusual happened in Salt Lake City yesterday that proved otherwise. Almost 300 Mormons marched in the city's gay pride parade and showed their support with signs that said things like "God…
We obviously have a long way to go in any honest conversation about sexuality and pop culture — sparked recently by the Newsweek article doubting gay actors can play straight. Curiously, actors seem to get it more than Newsweek does.
- Miley Cyrus was photographed wearing a bikini in the Bahamas; the 16-year-old Tweeted a joke about her "jiggling thighs," but then went off on critics who called her fat: