News: Michael Jackson, World's Shortest Woman, Godzilla
Katy Perry dishes on her early education: “I was being pulled out of school even in the middle of school and sometimes being home schooled. Sometimes we were sent to these really half-Christian, half-education, I-don’t-know-what-they-were schools. I’m kind of bummed at this stage that I didn’t have a great education because I could really use that these days.”
The world's shortest woman, Jyoti Amge, has joined the cast of American Horrow Story: Freak Show.
Illinois state senator Tim Bivins wants to audit Chicago's LGBT Center over concerns that some events taking place there are "sexual in nature": “It has been brought to my attention that some activities that are sexual in nature have been presented at the Center on Halsted – the 2013 Grabbys Awards, which highlights ‘top talent and performance in the gay erotic film industry’ as well as an annual international men’s rubber fetish event,” Bivins said in the release.
A look at Love Is Strange the upcoming gay drama starring Alfred Molina and John Lithgow about a recently married gay couple forced to relocate in NYC after a job loss.
UK Christian musician Vicky Beeching comes out as lesbian: 'I'm gay. God loves me just the way I am'
Josh Gad, the voice behind Frozen's adorably oblivious snowman Olaf, pens heartfelt column in memory of Robin Williams: "Every actor has that idol that inspires them. That makes them want to bring joy and laughter to the masses; to make people cry and think; to give people a two-hour escape from the pain of their daily lives. For me that actor was Robin Williams."
Michael Jackson (read: his estate) released a new music video for "A Place With No Name" last night via Twitter.
Wall Street Journal profiles Trevor Burgess - one of the few gay executives in the corporate world.
Robin Williams' wife says her husband had "early stagest of Parkinson's disease" when he died.
Chelsea Handler poses topless, proclaims she's "a Kardashian"
Teen Wolf and The Maze Runner star Dylan O'Brien gets 'personal' in Teen Vogue interview.
Family Research Council hate leader Tony Perkins applauds Billings, Montana for killing LGBT non-discrimination bill: "It was well after 3:00 a.m., but to people in Billings, Montana, it was never too late to stand up to the forces of political correctness. Thanks to Mayor Tom Hanel, that's exactly what the largest city in the state did -- beating back a dangerous bathroom bill that would have literally opened the doors of Billings's public showers, locker rooms, and restrooms to both genders in a misguided show of 'tolerance.'
Jennifer Aniston and fiance Justin Theroux are enjoying an extended holiday in Bora Bora.
HBO renews its Rapture-lite show The Leftovers for a second season.
Godzilla sequel gets a release date of June 8, 2018
Sen. Claire McCaskill, following a meeting with community leaders in Ferguson earlier this morning, said the following about the on-the-grounds situation: "We need to demilitarize this situation—this kind of response by the police has become the problem instead of the solution. I obviously respect law enforcement's work to provide public safety, but my constituents are allowed to have peaceful protests, and the police need to respect that right and protect that right."