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Evander Holyfield’s son defends dad after remarks on sexuality
Former world boxing champion Evander Holyfield has been defended by his son after he made controversial remarks about sexual orientation on a the UK reality TV show.
Boy George criticises Evander Holyfield over TV sexuality remarks
Gay singer-songwriter Boy George has taken to Twitter to express his annoyance at former boxing world champion Evander Holyfield’s remarks about sexual orientation.
Not all ‘Bad’ as ‘Saul’ spins off into Europe and South America
Europe and Latin America stand to get the Breaking Bad spinoff Better Call Saul next year on Netflix, right after it’s been aired on AMC in the United States.
First YouTube Music Awards reward Eminem and Taylor Swift
Eminem and Taylor Swift were among the big winners at the first live YouTube Music Awards yesterday, in a show that boasted a galaxy of stars.
Vigil for Chelsea Manning held at Wales–USA World Cup rugby match
A vigil is being held in North Wales in the United Kingdom today for Chelsea (formerly Bradley) Manning, the imprisoned solder who passed classified documents to WikiLeaks.
Valuable work of art to be ‘stolen’ in front of TV audience
British illusionist and all-round trickster Derren Brown is to stage an art robbery next month — in front of potentially millions of TV viewers.
Music producer sues Jackson estate for millions of dollars
The estate of the late Michael Jackson is being sued for millions of dollars by the US music producer Quincy Jones, who claims the estate improperly re-edited songs.
Clooney and Bullock's epic defies gravity in box-office stakes
The latest movie offering starring George Clooney and Sandra Bullock has shot to the top of the US box office in its opening weekend, becoming the biggest October opening since records began.
Eurovision rule change aims to guarantee transparency
In an effort to increase openness and impartiality, the rules for next year’s Eurovision Song Contest are to be changed.
Satisfaction! Stones gig (of sorts) will go ahead after all
Pembroke - The small town of Pembroke, tucked away in West Wales in the UK, has been kicking itself for forty years, having missed out on a Rolling Stones concert over fears for health and safety.
Hiroshi Yamauchi, the man who transformed Nintendo, dies
The Japanese businessman who transformed the now gigantic video games company Nintendo into a world leader has died. He was 85.
UK Lib Dems want to ‘step down the nuclear ladder’ over Trident
Liberal Democrat members at their conference in the UK are calling for what they term a “step down the nuclear ladder” with a reduction in the number of Trident submarines.
Mandela movie gets warts-and-all treatment, says actor
The British actor playing Nelson Mandela in a new biopic says the movie doesn’t shy away from the former ANC leader and South Africa president’s less flattering characteristics.
Men arrested after security alerts at Buckingham Palace
Police have confirmed that two men are now on bail after they were arrested on suspicion of burglary at Buckingham Palace, London, prompting an inquiry.
Princess Diana movie gets hostile reception from critics
A film about Diana, Princess of Wales – the tragic UK princess killed in a Paris road tunnel in 1997 – has got a cool reception from critics.
Rights campaigner Tatchell slams Manning Pride honour reversal
Britain’s best-known human-rights campaigner has issued a damning criticism of the organisers of San Francisco Gay Pride, who have revoked the nomination military whistleblower Bradley Manning as Grand Marshal of this year’s Pride parade in June.
TV knights in shining amour? Or just plain vicious?
Two of the UK’s best-known theatrical knights – Sir Ian McKellen and Sir Derek Jacobi – will be camping it up like never before tonight, when a new sitcom hits TV screens.
Threat of legal challenge over gay marriage in Northern Ireland
There could be a legal challenge in Northern Ireland if it becomes the only part of the United Kingdom without same-sex marriage.
Op-Ed: Why would anyone with an ounce of humanity wish to be a Catholic?
The Catholic hierarchy will never be convinced when it comes to gay marriage – or gay anything at all. There’s little or no point in continuing to try. Never the twain shall meet.
Glittering guest list at annual Stonewall dinner in London
More than 500 guests, including celebrities and politicians, attended the UK equality group Stonewall’s annual Equality Dinner at London’s Dorchester Hotel last night (Thursday).
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