David Beckham’s recent butt shot — nice bruise — had us thinking back on the good old days when Beckham used to show his ass off a bit more often
What message does a tampon stuck to your back even communicate? Absorb me? Menstruate me? People are jerks? Clovis California’s golden(globe) boy, Chris Colfer popped by The Late Show to chat with David Letterman last night about cow-tipping, Spider-Man, and wait for it…Bullies! Watch Glee’s leading man being all adorable[…]
Shia LaBeouf walks into a bar. A fan asks, “Can I get an autograph?” Shia refuses, and the fan calls him a faggot. Shia’s all, “I don’t need this shit, bra”, and leaves the bar. But then the fan is all, PUNCH! Right in the kisser. Shia LaBeouf was handcuffed[…]
James Franco being shaved during an inspired folksy singalong. Oh, and some fist-pumping and spirit fingers toward the end. TGIF, y’all. That’s all. Carry on.
We wrote yesterday about a Harps Grocery Store’s decision to censor Elton John’s Us Weekly cover in Mountain Home Arkansas because he appeared in the photo with his partner David Furnish and their new son. You were rightly outraged, and the story became our biggest of the day. (Sorry, Attempted[…]
Mountain Home, Arkansas’s Harps grocery store is ruffling feather boas with their censoring of Sir Elton John and David Furnish’s Us Weekly cover with new son Zachary. A placard over the two men and their child reads “Family Shield. To protect young Harps shoppers.” How about protecting young shoppers from[…]
The good folks over at The Daily Beast know how to start a Monday off right. They’re celebrating No Strings Attached‘s weekend box office haul with quite the prize package. Presenting…Ashton Kutcher’s Top 10 Shirtless Movies! From Dude…Where’s My Car to Personal Effects Killers, Ashton has let the girls out to breathe[…]
Our pals from The Seattle Lesbian were gracious enough to share their recent exclusive interview with gay icon, Lily Tomlin with us. Their interview can be read in full HERE. She’s been the recipient of numerous Emmy, Tony, Grammy, and other distinguished awards in the entertainment industry in which she[…]
Stephen Colbert played lifecoach to the talking heads in the 24 hour news cycle last night on the Colbert Report. The big story of the day? You guessed it. “Sarah Palin’s reaction to the media’s reaction to her reaction to the media’s criticism of her rhetoric in the wake of[…]
James Franco sure knows how to keep raising gay blog eyebrows (and more). The 127 Hours actor recently sat down with Entertainment Weekly and dished on his gay icon status, and why he enjoys going gay for pay in Hollywood. He tells EW, “There are lots of other reasons to[…]
GAVoice has compiled a list of 2010’s top gay quotes. They rank Ricky Martin’s “I am proud to say that I am a fortunate homosexual man. I am very blessed to be who I am.” as number one. The gay blog editor in me disagrees with this selection. If you ask[…]
Gay Celebrities, Gossip, LGBT News and More
Oh, celebrities. We love to judge them but we can’t live without them. Celebrities have always existed throughout the history of mankind. From Roman emperors to Egyptian pharaohs, the public loves to speculate over the lives of the rich and famous.
Our obsession with celebrities often comes down to pure jealousy. We love to imagine what our lives would be like if everyone in the world knew our name. Many gay celebrities often lead wild, glamorous lifestyles that the rest of us can only dream of. We love to live vicariously through them and try to experience the world through their eyes. Whether they’re parasailing through the South of France or brunching on the Lower East Side of Manhattan, there’s never a dull moment when you’re a celebrity.
Yet in reality, fame might be more trouble than it’s worth. When everyone knows your name, it’s easy to get embroiled in some controversy. Gay celebrities are constantly making headlines for saying and doing anything out of the ordinary. From their dating life to commenting on contemporary culture, every inch of a celebrity’s life can be fodder for the public’s fascination.
When it comes to being a celebrity in the LGBTQ community, being “out of the closet” can send a positive message to other LGBTQ individuals around the world. Gay celebrities often use their star power to stand up for equality and respect for the LGBTQ community in so many ways. They’re not afraid of who they are and they’re usually more than willing to share their personal experiences with the rest of the world.
Here, you’ll find all of our gay celebrity coverage. From sitcom stars to LGBTQ icons, to gay hotties, we just can’t get enough of these celebrities.
You might have seen them on your favorite show, duking it out for prizes on a mindless reality show, or strutting their stuff down the streets of New York. Get your celebrity coverage fill and dive into the who’s who of the LGBTQ community.