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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.
By Lea Salonga
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 [...]
By Bayani San Diego Jr.
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.”
By Oliver M. Pulumbarit
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. [...]
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.
By Nestor U. Torre
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.
By Robert MacPherson
Suddenly, it seems, more US entertainers are coming out publicly as gay, lesbian or bisexual — a welcome sign of a more accepting America, activists say, amid a fierce debate over marriage equality.
By Matikas Santos
Music artists claimed four top spots in Forbes Magazine’s celebrity power list with American singer-actress Jennifer Lopez at No. 1 for the first time, taking over from fellow pop singer Lady Gaga and beating out media mogul Oprah Winfrey.
By the Entertainment staff
At a recent chi-chi event, Handsome Hunk arrived with Beautiful Date. In the middle of the revelry, Rich Gay entered the room; just a few well-heeled guests separated RG and HH. A mole asked: Is RG, who was once smitten with HH, still obsessed with him? Was the so-called chance encounter set up for RG’s [...]
By Elton Lugay
Francesca Camus said she is lucky to be cast as the lesbian lawyer Joanne Jefferson in “Rent.” The role traditionally defaults to African American women. In the movie version, “Cold Case” actress Tracie Thoms played Joanne. “Joanne’s role typically casts African American women, so for them to cast a Filipino is quite an honor for me,” she said [...]
Lady Gaga hailed gays on Saturday as the “revolutionaries of love” and called for “full equality now” for same-sex couples around the world in a speech in front of hundreds of thousands in Rome.