From actress Jane Lynch to actor Matt Bomer to talk show host Ellen DeGeneres, stars in gay Hollywood who serve as inspirations on National Coming Out Day
The Hungarian State Opera canceled 15 performances of the musical “Billy Elliot” because of decreased interest after it was accused of being gay propaganda by a newspaper columnist.
Now that the royal wedding is well in our rearview mirrors, it's time to fawn over the second most important wedding of 2018: The marriage of Jon Snow and Ygritte (or, rather, Kit Harington and Rose Leslie.) The current and former Game of Thrones stars married in Scotland on Saturday before friends, family, and, of course, the cast of the HBO show. SEE ALSO: 'Game of Thrones' set images could foreshadow a new ruler of Westeros The two apparently got together while playing on-screen love interests. People first leaked news of the pair's engagement back in September, and an announcement from the couple appeared a few weeks later in a U.K. newspaper. While we're sure Harington and Leslie simply forgot to invite the global GoT audience to its wedding, those looking to sneak a peek at the nuptials will have to make due with wire photos and and videos apparently filmed from the bushes outside the chapel where the wedding took place. Shout-out to the fan with crouched-in-the-bushes-level devotion. And elsewhere on the internet, us plebeians watching from the sidelines can't help but feel happy for our IRL Game of Thrones couple. Congratulations, you two. i don’t even believe in marriage but seeing kit harington and rose leslie’s wedding pictures got some typa feelings stirrin up in this lil bitch’s heart — rach :) (@rachchesney) June 23, 2018 Can I just tell you how much I freakin love that Ygritte and Jon Snow just got married in REAL LIFE. Also, it makes her fictional demise easier to cope with. — Brittany Curran (@BrittanyCurran) June 23, 2018 Rose and Kit are what couples everywhere should strive to be. I honestly can’t tell which one is luckier #goals — Tanner 🐺 (@truellamadrama) June 23, 2018 Me currently looking at photos from Rose and Kit’s Wedding with the entire GoT cast together pic.twitter.com/W8I4mACmoH — Famous Amy (@amyc97_x) June 23, 2018 why can’t kit harington and rose leslie’s wedding be televised considering it’s the only royal wedding i’m interested in — karina (@karina_adamss) June 23, 2018 Y'all know FULL WELL that Rose Leslie and Kit Harrington will have children with the most FANTASTIC hair — Toht uoy (@behbeeee) June 23, 2018 I’m happy to report no one’s belly was stabbed or throat was slit at Kit and Rose’s wedding as I look on from the bushes*. #kitandrosewedding #redwedding *my house in Florida — Wack Sparrow (@keatseasghosts) June 23, 2018 WATCH: We revisited the trauma of watching sex scenes with our parents for your entertainment
Like most of Hollywood, Seth Rogen has made his displeasure with the current administration and its activities clear. And evidently, that displeasure extends to denying photo ops to Republican Speaker of the House, Paul Ryan. Rogen recounted the story Friday while on “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert.” The “Preacher” co-creator, as a longtime proponent […]
"Game of Thrones" fans rejoice! There was a wedding involving stars of the hit HBO show that didn't involve someone brutally dying. Kit Harington and Rose Leslie tied the knot on Saturday, June 23 in Scotland.
David Simon returned from his Twitter suspension with a fury on Friday, calling out CEO Jack Dorsey for what he sees as the platform’s hypocrisy in how it deals with trolls. The sum total of my crime against Twitter,” tweeted the creator of HBO series “The Wire,” “Treme” and “The Deuce,” in a lengthy thread (which you can read below). Simon wrote on his personal website two weeks ago that he was suspended from the platform for telling Twitter trolls to drop dead, or as he put it: “Slander is cool, brutality is acceptable.
Seth Rogen stopped by The Late Show on Friday to chat about work, Canada's marijuana legalization, and the time he shut down Paul Ryan's selfie request in front of his own kids. The actor told Stephen Colbert that earlier this month he shared an incredibly awkward moment with the Speaker of the House at Mitt Romney's annual political summit in Park City, Utah. Ryan and his sons, all fans of Rogen, approached him at the event to ask for a selfie but Rogen wasn't having it. "My whole body puckered, as it were. I tensed up. And I didn’t know what to do!" Rogen explained. After Ryan shook the actor's hand and requested a picture, Rogen said, "No way, man!" before proceeding absolutely drag Ryan in front of his kids. "...I couldn’t stop," Rogen told Colbert. "I said, 'Furthermore, I hate what you're doing with the country at this moment, and I’m counting the days till you no longer have one iota of the power that you currently have.'" Despite the lack of love for the House Speaker, Rogen said Ryan's kids seemed perfectly fine, so at least there's that.
While a number of celebrities expressed their displeasure with Melania Trump's wardrobe choice on social media, Jenna Ortega took another route.
YouTuber Trisha Paytas says an insulting comment about her weight caused her to break up with boyfriend Jason Nash. He has a different story.
Khloé Kardashian's love has shared the first photo of him and his son Prince with newborn baby True.
Drew Barrymore's appearance on Thursday's “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” came with her usual bubbly personality, but there was also a side of mystery.
During her show, Fox News host Laura Ingraham lightheartedly brushed off criticism of the first lady's choice of jacket, calling the media’s coverage “mean girl treatment.”