Todd Chrisley’s Former Business Partner Says They Had An Affair And Paid Off A Blackmailer To Keep It Secret
Todd Chrisley’s former business partner has revealed that they had an affair in the early 2000s and paid a blackmailer $38,000 to keep it quiet. To answer your question, YES, the business partner is male. His name is Mark Braddock, and he didn’t just spill the beans to a trash magazine; he testified about the alleged tryst at the Chrisley’s federal fraud trial. In front of Todd, wife Julie Chrisley, and their kids. OK, so where is the video? Or is the Depp/Heard trial unjustly bogarting all the courtroom cameras?! Continue reading
David Hyde Pierce, Who Stars In The New HBO Max Series “Julia”, Calls Julia Child’s Homophobia “Confusing”
Oh good, an excuse to write about David Hyde Pierce, my first ever celebrity crush. The 62-year-old sex symbol stars in the new HBO Max series Julia, which is based on the life of Julia Child. David plays Julia’s husband, Paul Cushing Child, and his Frasier co-star, Bebe Neuwirth, plays Julia’s best friend. The pair sat down for a joint interview with Page Six, and they discussed the fact that Julie and Paul were homophobic. David says it’s “confusing,” especially since Julia was an icon to the gay community.
Jonathan Bennett (Aaron Samuels from Mean Girls) and Jaymes Vaughn (a former Chippendale’s host who appeared on The Amazing Race) got married on Saturday! The destination wedding in Mexico was covered by People magazine, so brace yourself for cute pictures and quotes about love. And before you ask, NO. Lindsay Lohan was not in attendance. Weddings are already expensive enough, you think Jonathan and Jaymes wanted to burn another $5K on “trainwreck insurance”?
These days, when straight dudes play bi or gay, they get awards, like Rami Malek who won an Oscar for playing Freddie Mercury, and Taron Egerton who won a Golden Globe for playing Elton John. But Harry Hamlin thinks that playing a homosexual in 1982’s drama Making Love ended his career. I don’t know what he means, he was on an episode of Law & Order: SVU in 2014–that’s booked and busy!
Back in 2019 Lil Nas X ‘sploded onto the scene with his super successful single, Old Town Road. That extremely unlikely fusion of country and rap topped the charts for a then record-breaking 19 weeks: April to August of that year. And Lil Nas publicly came out of the closet at the end of that June (Pride Month). Now, in an interview for XXL’s latest issue, 22-year-old Nas admits he probably wouldn’t have come out if it weren’t for Old Town Road’s success. But he felt, once the song became a huge hit, it was his duty. He wanted to move forward being his authentic self. And nothing says authenticity like riding a stripper pole down to hell and giving Satan a lap dance! Continue reading
Yesterday Carl Nassib made sports history when he came out as gay. The 28-year-old Las Vegas Raiders
tight end defensive end is officially the first active NFL player to be openly gay. Carl, who describes himself as “a pretty private person,” shared the news in an Instagram video and written statement. He wrote that he’s thankful for the support he’s received from family, friends, the NFL, his coaches, and fellow players and that he’s always been “greeted with the utmost respect and acceptance.” Carl also announced he is partnering with the nonprofit organization The Trevor Project to help prevent LGBTQ+ suicide and has begun by donating $100,000. So far the public response to Carl’s coming out has been overwhelmingly supportive, which has surely confused all the homophobic jocks from my high school.