The out writer discusses his new musical drama's transgender storyline and the role of entertainment in the wake of Donald Trump's election.
The industry used to condescend and call them "starlets," but now more and more of the ladies who appear on the big screen and on television want to be paid the same as their male costars.
“Who’s my little wolf? Moooo!”
The British actress/singer/televison personality and fashion designer encouraged patience with the president-elect upon receiving the Trevor Hero Honoree Award in Beverly Hills Sunday.
The popular musical is back again for Hairspray Live! and the issues addressed are all too relevant in today's America.
AIDS was often used as a punchline because it was seen only as a gay disease, and therefore warranted ridicule from comedians such as Andrew "Dice" Clay and Eddie Murphy.
The bubbly morning television host appeared on Andy Cohen's Bravo show, grieving the elusiveness of the out CNN anchor.