A hot young screenwriter who has made gay OK for millions of French viewers, Nicolas Mercier sips champagne, dons a feathered hat, and says he wants to see Colin Farrell and Jude Law go at it.
One Life to Live 's Scott Evans talks about playing a gay cop's coming-out story and being the openly gay brother of A-List hunk Chris Evans.
Crystal Chappell heads back to Days of our Lives , leaving gay soap fans saddened that it's Light s out for daytime's same-sex super couple Otalia.
Before everyone arrived... before names had even been exchanged, members of The Real World: Cancún cast asked the gay question. They knew there was one among them -- and his name is Derek Chavez.
Crystal Chappell returns to Days , signals the end of Otalia; One Life to Live launches gay storyline with Chris Evans's gay brother Scott; All My Children goes cougar with Susan Lucci and Cameron Mathison.
Haaz Sleiman is just what the doctor ordered as a gay Muslim named Mo-Mo in Showtime's Nurse Jackie.
Robert Verdi has styled stars from Eva Longoria to Hugh Jackman -- and now, he's helping women over 35 realize their dreams of becoming fashion models with She's Got the Look .
As the World Turns 's Van Hansis (Luke) and Paolo Seganti (Damian) play daytime's estranged father and gay son. Now they are learning to trust and accept each other. But will it last?
Raising the Bar's Jonathan Scarfe dishes about what's next for his newly out character — and why he seems destined to play gay opposite Saved by the Bell alums.
Lauralee Bell on Thom Bierdz, Chris Engen makes a statement, Forbes March heads back to daytime, and Eden Riegel gets bitchy.
Make Me a Supermodel
's construction worker-turned-model Jonathan Waud is vying
for the grand prize on Bravo's hit model face-off -- and
with any luck, he has it in the bag.
Yani Gellman leads Y&R into its first wave of gay storylines in the show's 36-year history -- and controversy ensues.
Dante's Cove star Gregory Michael goes gay (again) on ABC Family's Greek, proving the range of gay characters portrayed on TV is bigger than ever.
© 2014, Here Media Inc. All Rights Reserved