Los Angeles-based singer, songwriter and artist Chris Kittrell has released the debut music video for his new project, Heather Strange.
The track, Ruthless, is available now and of the track, Chris says: “I wrote ‘Ruthless’ at a low point in my life. I had insecurities and doubts about where I was going, and the world around me. It was rough, but I kept holding on and pushing myself forward, creating music and art. Perseverance is so important. If you hold on and put energy into the things you love, life will balance out.”
Of his new project, Chris says: “Heather Strange is my stage name, inspired by the street where I first started writing the music in Cold Water Canyon, Los Angeles. I like the name because it’s something bigger than me, something I can create and become a character in front of my audience.”
Tennis star Andy Murray is a two-time Wimbledon champion, a two-time Olympic champion, a U.S. Open champion, and a former world number one.
Now he’s also a knight.
Sir Andy Murray, currently off the tennis tour recovering from hip surgery, was officially knighted on Thursday by Prince Charles at Buckingham Palace.
The recognition was given to Murray for his services to tennis and charity. The Brit has also earned an Officer of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire (OBE) medal from HRH Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, in October 2013 after winning his first Wimbledon crown.
“I’m very proud to receive it. It’s a nice day to spend with my family; my wife and parents are here,” Murray said in a statement. “‘I’d have liked to [have brought] my kids but I think they’re a bit young. I’ll show them the medal when I get home.”
John Waters paid a visit to Seth Meyers on NBC’s Late Night and talked about embracing his films’ terrible reviews, trying to get rats to have sex in his film Pecker and appearing on Joan Rivers’ talk shows.
It was such a shock when Bill Paxton died more than two years ago.
Today would have been his 64th birthday.
I had myself a big ol’ crush on the Big Love star since Apollo 13 and Twister, two films that catapulted this handsome actor to leading man status. But he had been working up to it for years with supporting roles in such films as Tombstone, True Lies, Indian Summer and Boxing Helena.
He also was one of the stars of The Titanic and directed and starred in the superb 2001 dramatic horror film Frailty that left me so creeped out I kept looking over my shoulder as I walked home from the movie theater.
My only interview with Bill came on the red carpet of the GLAAD Media Awards during the four-year run on Big Love.
“It’s as big as anything I’ve ever been in,” he told me. “What’s interesting about it is it’s drawn every group of people, every age group, every demographic. It seems like they’re all really getting off on the show so that’s cool.”
And, I remark, all the women want him (he has three wives on Big Love).
“It’s not bad,” Paxton said. “Let’s hope the Viagra holds out.”
Then, I couldn’t resist: “Some of the guys like you too.”
Bill laughed and said, “Thank God! More in the old days though.”
As a Sex and the City fan, it will be forever tragic that we didn’t get one last feature film out of the franchise to wrap things up. The reason, famously, is Kim Cattrall. She didn’t want to do it and after some bad publicity about her decision, she went public with her dislike of Sarah Jessica Parker and said she was not friends with any of her co-stars.
I wondered then, what role is she ever going to have that is as great as the glorious Samantha Jones?
Well, this one looks pretty juicy as well – as juicy as you can get on network television anyway.
Here is the trailer for Filthy Rich, Cattrall’s new Fox series.
A southern Gothic family drama in which wealth, power and religion collide – with outrageously soapy results. When the patriarch of a mega-rich Southern family, famed for creating a wildly successful Christian television network, dies in a plane crash, his wife and family are stunned to learn that he fathered three illegitimate children, all of whom are written into his will, threatening their family name and fortune. With monumental twists and turns, FILTHY RICH presents a world in which everyone has an ulterior motive – and no one is going down without a fight.
Almost 60 years ago, my mother had an illegal abortion. It was too harrowing for her to discuss, but she made sure I knew it had happened. In 2010, my wife had a legal abortion after we found out her pregnancy was not viable. We cannot and will not go back. #YouKnowMe#YouKnowUs
Adam Rippon’s 2018 Olympic teammate and friend, Gus Kenworthy, hits the ice with him to talk if he’s going back to another Games, why he’s biking 500 miles this year, and if American Horror Story is a biopic of his life.
Gus may be a skier but he shows he’s pretty adept on skates!
Steve Grand is back with another music video: Pink Champagne.
I love it!
The openly-gay 29 year old explores having fun and drinking in the summer sun and toeing the line between a good time and addiction.
“‘Pink Champagne’ explores my tumultuous relationship with alcohol, from within the lighter context of fun and partying, to the darker moments where it’s consumed in excess and/or isolation in a misled attempt to mask pain,” Grand tells Pride. “I think on some level, everyone can relate to what it’s like to have a relationship with something that can go from frivolous and fun, to abusive and toxic. For some of us, identifying that line between ‘fun’ and ‘toxic,’ isn’t always so black and white, and that’s where we find ourselves getting into trouble.”