Queer As Folk is coming back to TV, in a new version based on the original British series. Variety has reported that  Bravo is developing a new version of the series, which originally starred Aidan Gillen, Charlie Hunnam, and Craig Kelly as gay men living in Manchester and was later remade in the U.S. on Showtime with Gale […]

British boy band Blue will be back to do a show in Singapore, seven years after their last gig in the country. The band, known for hits such as If You Come Back (2001), Sorry Seems To Be The Hardest Word (2002) and Guilty (2003), will perform at Zepp@Bigbox Singapore on March 2. The group won Brit […]

During a recent chat, Sean Hayes Dax Shepard admitted that he had been fired from Will & Grace last year. “I was fired from your show,” Shepard recalled on his podcast, Armchair Expert. “Which is my only firing experience of my life.” “Over a year later, it’s pretty funny,” he added, discussing the moment his agent gently delivered the […]

Dan Crenshaw is the US Representative-elect for Texas’s 2nd congressional district and he has revealed that he is being Pete’s crutch after the comic caused concern by posting what seemed to be a suicide note on Instagram. Dan said that he was answering Pete’s ‘cry for help’ and despite admitting, “we’re not good friends”, he said […]

Whose music has been featured at EVERY major sporting event in the world including the Super Bowl, World Series, Conference Championships, The NBA, Collegiate Bowl Games National Championship Games, the NASCAR racing circuit and championships, The World Cup, The Indianapolis 500, The Kentucky Derby, EVERY Holiday Parade include the famous Macys Thanksgiving Day parade and […]

A federal appellate court has rejected a non-profit organization’s attempt to obtain President Donald Trump’s tax records from the Internal Revenue Service by filing a Freedom of Information Act request. DC Circuit Court Judge Karen Henderson wrote that the President should be afforded the same privacy rights as any other citizen. “This case presents the […]

  Even after his death, George H.W. Bush continues to warm our hearts. The 41st President sponsored a 7-year-old boy in the Philippines for ten years using a pseudonym, the nonprofit who connected them revealed. Through Compassion International, a nonprofit organization that uses local churches to help children in poor communities around the world, Bush sponsored […]