Today is Spanish footballer Hector Bellerin’s 23rd birthday so it’s a perfect day to feature this handsome athlete as Morning Man. He plays as a right-back for English club Arsenal and the Spain national team. Bellerín is known for his speed. Using his pace, he is able to successfully take on opposition defenders as well as move swiftly to a defensive position.
Late Night Video: Laverne Cox looks back on her reality TV show days vying to be P. Diddy’s assistant
Laverne Cox stopped by Late Night With Seth Meyers the other day and revealed how she got a hold of Diddy’s phone number and the inspiration for her new song, “Beat for the Gods.”
Charlie Carver opens up about how having a gay father influenced his own journey. Teen Wolf and Desperate Housewives star Charlie Carver says he was 11 when he learned of the reason behind his parent’s divorce: his dad had come out as gay. Despite that, Carver didn’t come out until his late teens, although he knew from a young age that he was different from his twin brother, Max.
ICYMI: WE ADOPTED A BABY FROM KOREA!!! Our sweet puppy Beemo is finally out of quarantine and was reunited with us today and I couldn't be happier!!! It breaks my heart to think that she was being raised for slaughter. I can't thank the Humane Society International (@hsiglobal) enough for shutting down the dog meat farm she was on and for bringing all 90 dogs back safely! Go support @hsiglobal!!! #DogsAreFriendsNotFood
Last weekend, some friends and and I had a home movie night with a screening of Airport 1975. We were swooning over a young Roy Thinnes who played the unfortunate co-pilot who was sucked out of a hole in the jet. I remember him as Sloan Carpenter for a few years in the 1970s on the ABC soap One Life to Live. Thinnes had previously played the role of Alex Smith on OLTL in the 1980s. In the 1960s, he played Phil Brewer for three years on General Hospital. He is best known for his portrayal of lonely hero David Vincent in the ABC 1967–68 television series The Invaders, was the lead in the TV series The Long, Hot Summer and had a recurring role on Falcon Crest .
Late Night Video: ‘Saturday Night Live’ cold open features Anderson Cooper focused on White House turmoil
This is really funny. Scary because it’s all too real – but funny. Anderson Cooper (Alex Moffat) interviews Jeff Sessions (Kate McKinnon), Rex Tillerson (John Goodman), Michael Wolff (Fred Armisen) and Anthony Scaramucci (Bill Hader).
Via The Hollywood Reporter – Will and Grace’s return to TV doesn’t look to be all that temporary.
NBC announced Saturday at PaleyFest that it has committed to a third season of the revived sitcom, its 11th season overall. This early order comes before production has even begun on the second season of the popular revival. The second and third seasons of the revival will be for a total of 18 episodes each, up five from this year’s run.
Stars Eric McCormack, Debra Messing, Megan Mullally and Sean Hayes — each of whom received a nice raise for the 2018-19 season — are all returning, as are co-creators and showrunners David Kohan and Max Mutchnick. This is the second time that NBC has jumped the gun and given Will & Grace the early re-up, its cast’s busy schedules being a prominent factor. NBC announced a renewal before the new episodes even started airing last fall.
It was 12 seasons ago that a 24-year-old Roger Federer won the first 16 matches of his 2006 season – the best start he’d ever had. Now 36 and number one in the world again, Federer has improved upon that feat by winning his 17th match since the season began with no losses. It was a hard-fought 5-7, 6-4, 6-4 win over Borna Coric in the semifinals of the BNP Paribas Open – one of the biggest tournaments outside the four majors. Tomorrow he will play for a record sixth Indian Wells title opposite old rival Juan Martin del Potro.
Still processing last night. It was a tribute to the television career of Barbra Streisand on opening night of Paleyfest in Hollywood. It was like buttah. It was gay church. It was nirvana. After we were treated to a most delicious buffet of clips from Streisand’s various TV specials and guest appearances, she took to the stage and sat down for a Q&A with Ryan Murphy. But before Streisand appeared, Murphy shared with the audience the potent experience of seeing Funny Girl for the first time.
“The interesting thing about [Funny Girl] to me was I left and I said to my grandmother in the car afterwards, ‘I want to go back [to see the film again], and I want to be like her. To me, that’s not a male thing, it’s not a female thing, it’s not a straight and it’s not a gay thing. I saw something in Barbra Streisand that really touched my soul,” Murphy said. “She was the first of her kind as an artist, in our business and in the world. She had incredible power, she suffered no fools. You could tell that she was going to do things her way. She was not going to be [put] into a box that men created, and she kept that spirit alive throughout her entire career.”
“Many people talk about Barbra as the greatest female star of them all, and I say, ‘No. That’s not enough.’ People use the phrase ‘other’—‘the other’—and Barbra Streisand really was the first ‘other’ in our culture. She was singular, she was an artist who, on paper, probably should not have worked, but just by pure force of talent, and magnetism, and charisma, pushed through so many glass ceilings,” the producer continued. “She created an incredible career and an incredible life, her way. I think Barbra is the greatest star, male or female, that the world has ever seen, and I honestly don’t think that I would be in show business without having seen her at a very young age.”
Kathy Griffin sells out Carnegie Hall in a day: ‘I’m in shock … Thank you from the bottom of my heart’
Weekend Briefs: Shepard Smith; Sara Ramirez; Keiynan Lonsdale; David Archuleta, Troye Sivan and more!
‘School of Rock’s’ Billy Writes About Being Labeled “The Gay Kid” The Hollywood Reporter
Sam Greisman on what went down when he met Adam Rippon Gay Star News
WATCH: RuPaul and Ellen DeGeneres team up for hilarious lip sync contest Gay Star News
Shep Smith Has the Hardest Job on Fox News TIME
Sara Ramirez’s Madam Secretary character will reveal she’s bisexual this Sunday Entertainment Weekly
‘Love, Simon’ Star Keiynan Lonsdale Talks Coming Out on Set The Hollywood Reporter
American Idol Alum David Archuleta Is the Star Attraction at Mormon Conference on LGBT Issues Advocate
Troye Sivan asks that you kindly stop referring to him as a “gay icon” Queerty
RuPaul got a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on Friday.
The 57-year-old host of RuPaul’s Drag Race said he was “overcome with so much emotion” to get the honour he’d dreamed of since he was a child.
“This is absolutely the most important moment in my professional career,” he said after the honor was presented by Jane Fonda. “As a kid we’d come up here to Hollywood Boulevard. I’d look at all the stars and dream that one day, I could be one of the stars on Hollywood Boulevard. I feel like I’m being knighted.”
He explained why he chose Fonda to be a part of it: “About 50 years ago this week, Barbarella showed up at my house in the mailbox on the cover of Life magazine, and my career path was decided in that moment. I was going to become Barbarella. And here it is, she’s giving me the star. Life is strange like that.”
To my fans all around the world. Last night i officially announced my retirement from the @atpworldtour . I have been so very blessed to do what i always wanted to and that was to play tennis professionally. It has given me incredible friendships and amazing memories and it thought me so much about what it means to face challenges and to try and overcome them. I wanna thank all my coaches, physio’s and doctor’s etc. that have been there for me along this journey. To my parents my sister’s thanks for your support that you gave me over the years. To my family, Vivi and Josie, you mean more to me than anything else in the world. Thanks to all of you again for supporting and cheering me on over the years throughout my career. And of course to my good friend @rogerfederer , thanks for sharing this moment with me. #haasome
Morning Round-Up: RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars; Adam Rippon; Darren Criss; Berlanti & Rogers; Kristen Stewart
She’s crowned: The winner of RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars 3 is… Gay Star News
Ellen DeGeneres and Adam Rippon are reportedly set to make their own TV show Pink News
Darren Criss on Playing Serial Killer Andrew Cunanan in ACS: Versace and Passing As White Vulture
‘Love, Simon’ Director Greg Berlanti Tells Andy Cohen How He Met Husband Robbie Rogers Towleroad
Kristen Stewart to Star as Jean Seberg in ‘Against All Enemies’ Variety
Wanda Sykes to Host GLAAD Media Awards Los Angeles The Hollywood Reporter
Will & Grace recap: ‘The Beefcake and the Cake Beef’ Entertainment Weekly
Timothée Chalamet Reveals What He Was Listening to During Final Call Me By Your Name Scene Out
Anderson Cooper isn’t the only silver fox in TV news. Jorge Ramos, whose 60th birthday is today, is regarded as the best-known Spanish-language news anchor in the United States of America. he anchors the Univision news television program Noticiero Univision, the Univision Sunday morning political news program Al Punto, and the Fusion TV English-language program America with Jorge Ramos. He has covered five wars, and events ranging from the fall of the Berlin Wall to the War in Afghanistan.
Ramos has won eight Emmy Awards and the Maria Moors Cabot Prize for excellence in journalism.
After James Corden talks a little trash about Darren Criss’s character in American Crime Story’s “Assassination of Gianni Versace,” Darren surprises him and things get heated. Enjoy!
Anderson Cooper is single again – sorta.
The CNN anchor has released a statement confirming that he had longtime partner Ben Maisani have split: “Benjamin and I separated as boyfriends some time ago. We are still family to each other, and love each other very much. We remain the best of friends and will continue to share much of our lives together.”
It’s not known if their change in status has anything to do with Cooper being spotted in the company of Dr. Victor Lopez, 33, in Dallas, Texas, multiple times. Lopez is with Cooper in the bottom photo.
Maisani and Cooper still remain under one roof and were seen this week leaving their house to go to the gym together.