Cynthia Nixon has backtracked on her controversial sexuality remarks, saying that "bisexuality is not a choice."
The Sex and the City star drew ire from gay rights activists last week when she was quoted in a New York Times piece as saying that, for her, being gay "is a choice."
Sex and the City's Cynthia Nixon: I'm gay by choice
"My recent comments in The New York Times were about me and my personal story of being gay," Nixon tells The Advocate in a statement. "I believe we all have different ways we came to the gay community and we can't and shouldn't be pigeon-holed into one cultural narrative which ...
Sex and the City actress Cynthia Nixon says she chose to be gay.
"For me, it is a choice," Nixon is quoted as saying in a New York Times magazine profile. "I understand that for many people it's...
Bravo can't stop talking. Kathy Griffin will host a new one-hour weekly talk show for the cable network starting this spring, in which she'll rant about pop culture, perform some standup routines and interview celebrities.
The new Griffin talk show (dubbed Kathy) comes on the heels of Bravo's decision to...
How tough was it for Orlando Santos to get the boot from Top Chef: Just Desserts one week shy of the finale? "Between Judges' Table and the stew room, I think I had completely lost every feeling that I had," he tells TVGuide.com. "When I got to the stew room, seeing everyone just brought back the emotions and all the effort and time it took to get me where I was. It was very, very difficult. When I left off-camera, it was even harder, just walking away knowing I was so close to the finale, and I just broke down."
Santos was shown the door for his dessert-in-disguise paella — the critique of which he found "a little disturbing." Find out why he disagreed with the judges, if he considers himself this season's villain and why he worships Cat Cora.
IF GOD IS WILLING AND DA CREEK DON'T RISE (Monday-Tuesday, 9/8c, HBO)
Returning to the scene of his monumental Emmy-winning documentary When the Levees Broke, Spike Lee revisits New Orleans five years after the calamity of Hurricane Katrina. It begins on a joyous note with the Saints' Super Bowl win, but turns somber as more environmental tragedy strikes with the BP oil spill. We feel helpless all over again as we watch...