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“Rockstar Gene Simmons’ house has been raided by police as part of an investigation into child pornography. But the KISS bassist and his family are not considered suspects.
Ellen Page, an actress who first found fame with the independent film Juno, has confronted Texas senator Ted Cruz over rights for the LGBT community.
The angry confrontation, which can be seen in the video embedded here, took place at the Iowa State Fair.
When Bruce Jenner morphed into Caitlyn Jenner, there was a lot of pressure to either act as if nothing had happened, or go way over the top in describing the decision to change gender as bold and brave.
In reality, it was a bit of a nothing story. A celebrity we know as a man felt more comfortable as a woman, and decided to tell the world about it. Meh.
“KELLY Clarkson has announced she is pregnant with her second child during a concert in Los Angeles.
Lots of people, mostly belonging to the younger generations, are using Tinder to score easy dates with friends of friends. They don’t necessarily want to find lasting love, instead using the app to score easy one-night stands.
However, some Tinder profiles could do with some help standing out from the crowd. Which is where Kelly Clarkson is keen to offer assistance.
Donald Trump sure likes the sound of his own voice. Ask him a question or put a microphone in front of his face, and he’ll start talking. Giving his opinion on anything and everything.
Sadly, he doesn’t seem to care who he offends with his crass comments, and he has already turned half the world against him with his potty views.
“THE rapper boyfriend of Morgan Freeman’s step-granddaughter has been charged with second-degree murder after she was fatally stabbed on a New York street.
“As the buzz builds around the opening of Matilda The Musical in Sydney this week, it appears Melbourne won’t have to wait too long to see Tim Minchin bring Roald Dahl’s much-loved children’s story to life.
John Oliver continues to take his satirical skewer to the great and good. And, as it turns out, the not so great and good who take pleasure in tricking people out of their hard-earned cash.