Darby Stanchfield describes working on Scandal as ”one of those life-changing experiences”. Chatting at a recent cocktail party at the Television Critics Association Conference in Pasadena, the 42-year-old Alaskan-born actress says she is loving playing crisis management investigator Abby Whelan on the hit US political drama
Miley Cyrus’ parents are giving their marriage another chance. Tish Finley Cyrus filed for a divorce last month in Los Angeles, citing irreconcilable differences.
The lesbian couple competing in the Mitre 10 Dream Home reality TV show have hit back at vicious online attacks about their sexuality. The choice of Jay Blair, 29, and Amanda Fail, 31, to be one of two Christchurch families competing for the chance to build a new house was labelled a ratings stunt.
Australian gossip magazine Woman’s Day claims Russell Crowe has won back his estranged wife, Danielle Spencer. The mag says Crowe has been busy wooing Spencer for months now, and that the hard work paid off when they rekindled their relationship at a romantic break in Los Angeles last week
Bert and Ernie. Gay Many always suspected, but no one ever knew for sure
The Veronica Mars actress asked her partner to marry her on Wednesday to celebrate the United States Supreme Court’s overturning of the Defence of Marriage Act (DOMA). The 32-year-old’s gay and lesbian friends are now able to tie the knot, leading them to arrange their own wedding
Charice Pempengco, a Filipino singer who played an exchange student in Glee, says she’s a lesbian and has apologised to her family in an emotional TV interview. The 21-year-old said on Sunday’s talk show on ABS-CBN TV that she wants to apologise to those who do not understand and cannot accept her.
The relationship between the flamboyant pianist Liberace and his young lover has dazzled at the Cannes film festival and threw the spotlight on gay rights at the movie industry’s largest annual gathering. Director Steven Soderbergh said he struggled five years ago to secure funding for Behind the Candelabra because some financiers thought the film would only appeal to a gay audience and, at a cost of US$25 million (NZ$30.6 million), would be a financial risk
Cabinet Minister Maurice Williamson has missed out on his chance to appear on the American chat-show Ellen.