Last night’s The X Factor semi finale was a show full of double whammys.
Hugh Jackman has taken a wrecking ball to rumours that he is gay, after admitting that he is ”frustrated” by the constant speculation over his sexuality. The actor told Australia’s Channel Nine’s 60 Minutes on Sunday night that if he was gay, he would not make a secret of it
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US television channel Fox News is not exactly known as a fortress of progressive ideas. But one of its news anchors, Megyn Kelly, has managed to reel in two of her male co-workers over sexist comments
Hollywood beckons Home and Away heartthrob Stephen Peacocke to the silver screen. If success is the best revenge, then Hollywood-bound Stephen Peacocke has all the ammunition he needs, with a role in a Summer blockbuster.
A doctor working for France’s version of the television reality show Survivor has committed suicide, leaving a note saying he had been unfairly criticised over the death of a contestant, the programme’s broadcaster said.
The History Channel’s current series The Bible features a Satan who just happens to look like Barack Obama. Cue the standard media controversy
The producers of the cable TV miniseries on the Bible say internet chatter that their Satan character resembles President Barack Obama is “utter nonsense.” Mark Burnett and Roma Burnett said Monday the Moroccan actor who played Satan in the History channel series, Mehdi Ouzaani, has played Satanic characters in other Biblical programmes long before Obama was elected president. The connection got widespread attention after talk show host Glenn Beck last week tweeted: “Does Satan look EXACTLY like Obama Yes!” History said in a statement that the network has “the highest respect” for Obama, and that “it’s unfortunate that anyone made this false connection.” “Both Mark and I have nothing but respect and love our president, who is a fellow Christian,” said Downey, the Touched By an Angel actress who is married to Burnett.
Australia’s longest running soap Neighbours continues to defy the hallowed ratings system on which television networks heavily base their programming decisions.