Country music star Chely Wright has come out.
Wright told People magazine she kept it secret because she didn't want to be the first country music artist to acknowledge his or her homosexuality, but she has changed her mind.
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Seth Green and Clare Grant
Seth Green and model-actress Clare Grant got married over the weekend, according to People.
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Oscar-winning filmmaker Roman Polanski said Sunday that he is being treated unfairly and that the U.S. is demanding his extradition from Switzerland in order to serve him "on a platter to the media," reports The Associated Press.
Polanski's latest appeal rejected
"I have had my share of dramas and joys, as we all have, and I am not going to try to ask you to pity my lot in life," Polanski said, breaking his months-long silence. "I ask only to be treated fairly like anyone else."
The 76-year old director of Chinatown and The Pianist accused Los Angeles County District Attorney Steve Cooley, who is running for California attorney general, of using the case for publicity. The district attorney's spokeswoman, Sandi Gibbons, said the D.A.'s office "will ...
Helen Wagner, best known for playing Nancy Hughes on As the World Turns for more than a half-century, has died. She was 91.
Wagner, who acted up until her death, died Saturday, the show's New York-based production company, TeleNext Media Inc., announced. She spoke the first words on As the World Turns when it premiered in 1956, and holds the Guinness World Record for playing the same role on television for the longest time (54 years). She was awarded a Lifetime Achievement Award from the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences in 2004.
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"All of us at As The World Turns are deeply saddened by Helen's passing," executive producer Christopher Goutman said. "She is loved by generations of fans and, while we will miss her greatly, Helen will always ...
On Sunday's episode of Desperate Housewives, Mary Alice thinks her friends on Wisteria Lane need to beware of the mysterious men in their lives: Eddie, Sam, Patrick Logan and... Mike? Tonight we saw dubious actions by all four men, and as a result there's danger looming on the horizon.
SUSAN and GABY
Susan inherited a piano from an aunt, but she wants Gaby to think she and Mike bought it for $30,000 since she's jealous that Gaby always brags about how much money she and Carlos spend.
Cut to Gaby in lingerie — "I know, right?" she says, when Carlos' jaw drops — who is offering afternoon sex. In exchange for what, asks Carlos. It seems Mrs. Solis has her mind set on a ski house in Aspen. Carlos bluffs and says they can't afford it because of a top-secret business deal.
Michael Douglas says he takes blame for "being a bad father" as he tried to forge his career and that the family had a lot to do with son Cameron's drug problems and legal troubles.
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The 65-year-old Oscar winner told Matt Lauer during a Today show interview airing Monday he was a bad dad "if being a bad father is working your butt off trying to create a career at one time."
"I've also confessed the fact that I was in rehab 20 years ago," he added. "[His mother] was a very young mother when she had Cameron and her skills were limited to such an extent. The other part of course is genes. I lost a brother with ...