DJ Junior Vasquez comes clean on his past days as a crystal meth addict: “It would be all over the DJ booth, scattered all over the records.”
Sir Laurence Olivier’s widow, actress Joan Plowright was recently asked what she thought about her late husband’s rumored homosexual affairs, to which she replied: “I don’t think there is any need to defend his memory. His performances, his greatness as an artist are there. If a man is touched by genius he is not an ordinary person. He does not lead an ordinary life. He has extremes of behaviour which you understand and you just find a way not to be swept overboard by his demons. Such men are also normally attended by demons. And he would fight to overcome those demons. Sometimes he would and sometimes he wouldn’t.”
Scientists discover molecule that tricks cancer cells into dying.
Manchester City football club is reaching out to its gay fans: “The club said it wanted to send a welcoming message to gay, lesbian and bisexual supporters, be inclusive and be a progressive employer. Stonewall chief executive Ben Summerskill described Man City’s decision as a ‘significant step’ for English football. He said: ‘Manchester City should be congratulated for putting their head above the parapet and moving into the 21st century.'”