In other legal news, NME.com is reporting that Boy George has been found guilty of handcuffing a male escort to his wall and beating him with a metal chain. (Looks like the “too fat” defense didn’t quite pan out.) How is that illegal, you say? Well, it seems the escort in Read More
It looks like Gossip Girl‘s Vanessa Abrams ("Jessica Szohr") has finally come around to Chuck Bass ("Ed Westwick")—the two were spotted "stealing" kisses at La Guardia Airport. [P6]
Meanwhile, Chuck may soon have a new half-brother—Lily van Der Woodsen ("Kelly Rutherford") is pregnant! [Us Weekly]
Ivana Trump Read More
According to soon-to-be ex-wife Cynthia, a "soul-less" Alex Rodriguez will be spending Thanksgiving with Madonna instead of in Miami with his children. [Page Six]
Amy Winehouse is back in the hospital after a bad reaction to medication. [Us Weekly]
Ann Coulter broke her jaw and had to Read More
This morning Boy George announced that he’s canceling his tour and will not be able to perform for New York City’s Department of Sanitation workers as he had planned.
Last week his managers said that the singer was denied a visa to the States because he was awaiting trial Read More
Boy George will play a private show to thank NYC Department of Sanitation workers who were nice to him while he was assigned to sweep city streets as part of his community service.
Two years ago, the 80s pop singer pleaded guilty to falsely calling in a break-in at his downtown apartment. Police officers Read More
One recent evening inside the velveteen cavern of Joe’s Pub on Lafayette Street, a singer called Antony was sitting quietly at a grand piano, before an expectant, sold-out crowd.
An awkward, husky man with alabaster skin, made up in lipstick, a jet-black wig and a foppish Peter Pan cap, he peered into the darkness, listening Read More
One night lastMarch, Tony Award–winning playwright Richard Greenberg ( Take Me Out ) received a call from his agent, George Lane, the 52-year-old head ofthe William Morris Agency theater department, who had become the paladin of Broadway deal-making during his 16 years at the storied New York talent agency. Mr. Lane told Mr. Greenberg that Read More
It’s amazing how hysterical everyone becomes when they’re involved with a Broadway musical. It doesn’t seem to happen much with plays. (Plays don’t count.) Yet a form of hysterical blindness overcomes even quite sane people on big musicals, until they reach the frantic point when they can no longer see what’s going on before their Read More