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‘Bachelor’ star apologizes for anti-gay comments

This March 2013 publicity photo released by ABC shows Juan Pablo Galavis, a contestant on the past season of "The Bachelorette." Galavis made anti-gay comments that drew a swift rebuke from the network and an apology from the bachelor himself. AP

The star of ABC’s “The Bachelor” has made anti-gay comments that drew a swift rebuke from the network and an apology from the bachelor himself.

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Vociferous star notorious for ex-deals

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MAJA Salvador doesn’t see herself in latest man-stealing character.

Not that Vociferous Star is cash-strapped. Ever-so-enterprising VS has been asking for discounts when purchasing this or that property.

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Gay celebs duke it out for prized exotic hunk

“AT LEAST, I can say that I loved with all my heart.”

Fans think Beautiful Gay can hold on to any man. But BG recently met his match in Closeted Personality, who had no qualms about flaunting his family’s wealth.

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A different gay story

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“LIHIS” stars Lovi Poe, Joem Bascon and Jake Cuenca.

Joel Lamangan’s “Lihis,” one of the films to be shown at the Sineng Pambansa All-Masters Series (Sept. 11-17 in all SM Cinemas), is about love in time of war.

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Certified machos in gay roles

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DENNIS Trillo in a “My Husband’s Lover” shirt . PHOTO courtesy of popoy caritativo

It’s currently trendy for “proven” macho actors to essay gay roles on TV and in the movies, as Dennis Trillo and Tom Rodriguez are successfully doing in the popular GMA 7 teleserye, “My Husband’s Lover.” However, some show biz veterans cast a bemused eye on this development, pointing out that, while it may be currently “in,” it’s also a repeat of how the industry cavorted in the 1970s, when other “certified” male actors like Ronaldo Valdez and Dindo Fernando swished and ditzily dished for all they were worth in some of the most scintillating social commentaries filmed by Danny Zialcita, Joey Gosiengfiao and Elwood Perez.

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Carla would definitely leave a gay boyfriend

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RONNIE Quizon remembers Pidol. Inquirer photo

Having been to hell and back in the name of love, I often say that the more I learn about men, the more I love gays!

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Vice Ganda: No to sex change, same-sex marriage

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HERE COMES VICE “Not even Nostradamus predicted na parating na ang baklang ’to!”

He was a full-fledged stand-up comic not so long ago, performing in small comedy bars around the metro. Now, Jose Marie Viceral, better known as Vice Ganda, is one of ABS-CBN’s prized stars. He hosts top-rating television shows, one of them with his alias in the title; stars in blockbuster fun movies; endorses high-profile products and holds sold-out concerts.

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Time to see gay people in a different light

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On my last trip to the then freezing tundra that is New York City, I met up for dinner with a few old college buddies from Ateneo. We always have a laugh and a half recounting the days when we were much younger (and thinner), remembering old friends and former teachers, and seeing how drastically [...]

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Playing gay is on to-do list of award-winning actor Ronnie Lazaro

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ON THE set of “Juana Change the Movie” (from left): writer-producer Raymond Lee, actors Ronnie Lazaro and Mae Paner and director Jade Castro

Ronnie Lazaro, the award-winning actor who bared all as a live-sex performer in Tikoy Aguiluz’s 1985 drama film “Boatman,” dons an archbishop’s robes in Jade Castro’s forthcoming comedy “Juana Change the Movie.”

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‘The New Normal’ tackles real gay concerns

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“THE NEW NORMAL

Reflective of contemporary gay issues, the American sitcom “The New Normal” wryly, and quite creatively, presents a nontraditional family unit, tackling a variety of subjects important to the LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender) community.   Cocreated by “Glee’s” Ryan Murphy and Ali Adler, “The New Normal” easily “out-gays” the already diverse hit TV musical series. [...]

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Elton John fears son will face homophobia

Elton John. AFP FILE PHOTO

Elton John believes his son Zachary’s childhood is going to be “very difficult”, battling homophobia and the impact of his father’s fame, the pop icon said in an interview published Tuesday.

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Odd man out

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COOPER. “Explosive” announcement. Photo from straight.com

FOR most of his professional life, Anderson Cooper, the acclaimed broadcast journalist and TV public affairs program host, has struck people as an odd man out. They admire him for his erudition, expertise, principles and courage—but, even as he covers dangerous incidents all over the world, he strikes some viewers as the veritable antithesis of their image of the rough, tough newsman.

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