News: Polari, Carrie Fisher, Bernie Madoff, Ke$ha
The language Polari, which was once used by gays in the United Kingdom, might go the way of the dinosaurs.
Billboard magazine celebrates Ke$ha's big year.
Carrie Fisher on the gay rumors surrounding John Travolta: "I mean, my feeling about John has always been that we know and we don’t care. Look, I’m sorry that he’s uncomfortable with it, and that’s all I can say. It only draws more attention to it when you make that kind of legal fuss. Just leave it be."
Tonsillitis shuts down the Glee set.
Showgirls and Black Swan get the trailer mash-up treatment (nsfw).
One dead, two injured in Stockholm bombing.
The Thor movie trailer officially hits the Web.
Christmas came early in Boston today: spectators were treated to runners dressed in nothing but Santa hats and speedos.
Chances are that Winona Ryder is not reading this right now.
Bernie Madoff's 46-year-old son has taken his own life - on the two year anniversary of his father's arrest.
Bill O'Reilly offends Barbara Walters by implying she's nothing but a celebrity journalist.
The Canadian Broadcast Standards Council finds that evangelical TV host Charles McVety violated broadcast code: “McVety may not like homosexuality. That is his entitlement, but to leave the totally unsubstantiated impression that gay and lesbian adults have a predilection toward young, underage people is insidious and unacceptable. In all, the Panel finds the McVety mis-characterizations as excessive, inappropriate, disparaging, and abusive.”
Tom Ford has no problem watching straight porn.