Stage and film creators Jonathan Butterell, Tom MacRae and Dan Gillespie Sells preview 2021's "Everybody's Talking About Jamie."
Unveiling its 2020 slate of original holiday movies, which traditionally air from October through December, the network placed itself firmly on the side of representation and inclusion with a diverse line-up of films.
The CNN newsman talks about coming out in 2012 — why he waited so long and how it changed his life for the better.
Bob Chapek pointed to the coronavirus when someone insinuated the company's stock price had dropped because of alleged promotion of "LGBT ideology."
The talk show host said sorry — again — this time for insulting members of the LGBTQ community.
The "Queer Eye" star says he invited trans friends to the "DWTS" set and introduced them to the former press secretary.
Bening spoke about her son with husband Warren Beatty in a new interview with AARP, praising him for doing something “very challenging” with “great style” and “great intelligence.”
Robyn Crawford — who was Whitney Houston’s best friend, confidante and, yes, lover — is speaking out about the book she wrote about their relationship in an interview with NBC.
Malik Yoba was pressed about sexual assault allegations in a recent interview, which caused him to storm off and go on a profanity-laced tangent.
"If I wasn’t gay, they would never say those things," the director said of the George Clooney-starring "Batman and Robin."
Choreographer Emma Portner does not have fond memories of working with Justin Bieber. Portner collaborated with the “Sorry” singer on multiple projects, including starring in his 2015 video for “Life Is Worth Living” and doing choreography for his 2016 Purpose World Tour, which he abruptly cancelled amid personal problems.
Evans retweeted a Daily Beast article about a U.S. policy that is stripping citizenship from the children of LGBT Americans, slamming the practice revealed by the report.
In an effort to be "as happy as possible, as free as possible," TylerBlackburn opened up about his sexuality for the first time in a new interview
Megan Fox detoured from her typical social media posts to get political — and it didn’t go over well.
“It was one of the most challenging interviews I’ve ever had to do," the "Good Morning America" co-host said.