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These reads by Sally Rooney, Candice Carty-Williams and more are all set for the small screen.
Sandra Oh spoke at a Stop Asian Hate rally following the shootings in Atlanta, which claimed the lives of eight people, including six women of Asian descent.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s interview with Oprah Winfrey finally aired in the US a little more than a year after they decided they would step back from the Royal Family. Some of the of the biggest talking points from the interview included: accusations of racism from within the royal family, mental health issues and parallels with Princess Diana.
Harry and Meghan have sat for a primetime interview with Oprah much to the British media’s horror. But from Princess Diana to the Queen’s daughter, Princess Anne, royals have quashed rumours, promoted the brand and answered personal questions on national television.
Meghan Markle claims the palace is “perpetuating falsehoods” in the latest clip from Oprah Winfrey’s upcoming interview with Prince Harry and Duchess of Sussex. The latest clip comes shortly after a report in The Times, saying that Meghan “humiliated” and “bullied” former staff. Following the article Buckingham Palace released an unprecedented statement saying that it was “very concerned about allegations in The Times following claims made by former staff of The Duke and Duchess of Sussex.”
The Golden Globes for film and television, organized by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association, were handed out at a virtual ceremony hosted by comedians Tina Fey and Amy Poehler. Big winners included Anya Taylor-Joy, Catherine O’Hara and a posthumous award for Chadwick Boseman. But the awards, with most nominees joining via video-link, were not without their glitches including Daniel Kaluuya being muted while trying to give his acceptance speech.
Harry and Meghan‘s highly anticipated interview is set to touch on the couple’s decision to step back from royal duties, as well as Harry’s fears over press intrusion and its parallels with the treatment of his late mother, Princess Diana.
The Sussexes have confirmed they will not return as working members of the royal family. They will also have to return their honorary military appointments and royal patronages to the Queen. Yet language used by many news organisations could suggest otherwise.
On GVO, the gang take a look at the new Cruella trailer and give their thoughts on whether Emma Stone looks like she can pull off being the baddest of the bad.
Catch up on the week in entertainment with Good Vibes Only, as we talk about everyone’s favourite new song, UK Hun, as performed on RuPaul’s Drag Race UK. Someone else who’s taking over the UK is Alan Carr, who’s on two must-watch television shows, as well as developing his very own sitcom.
Russell Crowe made one fan’s birthday a day she’ll never forget after he surprised her with a video message. Pip Hare is currently competing in a gruelling round-the-world yacht race and mentioned in a radio interview that she was a huge fan, prompting the presenter to tweet the Hollywood star.
TV show ‘It’s A Sin’, written by Russell T Davies, is proving incredibly successful with audiences, so much so it's already one of Channel 4’s most popular youth dramas. But whilst it’s a joyful romp through the music and the fashions of the Eighties, it’s also a retelling of LGBTQ history and an incredibly moving ode to the people lost in the early days of the AIDS pandemic.
Co-founded by Frankie Decaiza Hutchinson, Dweller festival aims to give Black electronic artists a platform. Hutchinson says it’s a way of reconnecting with dance music’s Black roots and providing opportunities for Black DJs and producers. Prior to starting Dweller Frankie co-founded Discwoman, a booking agency that aimed to counter gender disparity in the music industry.
Scottish professional gay porn actor Marc McCaulay has been nominated for five adult entertainment ‘Prowler Awards’, which the MOD and the Air Force congratulated the reservist for in their internal magazine.
It’s been a quiet year. Not much happened really. The sh*tshow that was 2020 in 220 seconds.
After eight weeks of jiving and quickstepping, we have our Strictly Come Dancing finalists. One celeb and their professional will take home that Glitterball trophy very soon. In the semi-finals this weekend, Maisie and Gorka achieved a perfect 30 and Bill and Oti Tangoed to Metallica’s Enter Sandman, much to Shirley Ballas’ delight.
RuPaul's Drag Race Season 11 star, Nina West, talks about her new Christmas album and how the music video for single ‘Cha Cha Heels’ was inspired by queer director John Waters. And the launch of a new single ‘Santa Will Be Gone’ featuring The Vox Ensemble of Columbus Gay Men's Chorus. West, who is played by Andrew Levitt, also talks about finding a chosen family as a queer person if you have issues gaining acceptance in your family - something Levitt has experienced.
With the final in touching distance, the competition heated up this weekend, with the Musicals. HRVY who was top of the pile once again, Bill Bailey transformed into the Phantom Of The Opera. The curtain sadly came down on JJ Chalmers though, as he became the sixth celebrity to leave the ballroom.
This week saw Clara Amfo leave the dancefloor for the final time, as the fan favourite was voted out over Jamie Laing. Meanwhile HRVY's dance broke records and Maisie Smith put in a star performance after two weeks in the dance off.
They couldn’t go to Blackpool for obvious reasons, but the couples still brought the heat to Borehamwood. It was an all-shimmying, all-swooning and indeed…. all-licking spectacular from Caroline and Johannes, but it wasn’t enough to save them.