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Recent articles by Curtis:

'Queer Eye' Star Karamo Brown Splits From Fiance After 10 Years Together

Appearing on "Ellen" Friday, the Netflix culture guru said the coronavirus lockdown prompted him and Ian Jordan to reevaluate their engagement. → Read More

Mandy Moore Announces She's Pregnant With Her First Child

The "This Is Us" star said she and husband Taylor Goldsmith will welcome a baby boy early next year. → Read More

Mandy Moore Announces She's Pregnant With Her First Child

The "This Is Us" star said she and husband Taylor Goldsmith will welcome a baby boy early next year. → Read More

'Supernova' Trailer Has Colin Firth, Stanley Tucci As Gay Couple On Brink Of Crisis

Critics are calling Harry Macqueen's LGBTQ romantic drama, which follows two men facing imminent tragedy, an early awards season contender. → Read More

Drew Droege's 'Happy Birthday Doug' Takes A Satirical Look At Gay Life, Flaws And All

A filmed version of the actor-comedian's acclaimed one-man comedy will premiere on the streaming service BroadwayHD this week. → Read More

Kelly Clarkson Admits She 'Definitely Didn't See' Her Divorce Coming

"What I’m dealing with is hard — it involves more than just my heart, it involves a lot of little hearts.” → Read More

Kelly Clarkson Admits She 'Definitely Didn't See' Her Divorce Coming

On the season premiere of her talk show, the "American Idol" champion touched on her split from Brandon Blackstock, saying, "What I'm dealing with is hard." → Read More

Ellen DeGeneres Makes On-Air Apology As She Addresses ‘Toxic’ Workplace Claims

The Emmy winner returned to TV with a public apology, saying she hoped her show would once again be viewed as “a place of happiness and joy.” → Read More

Ellen DeGeneres Promises 'New Chapter' As She Addresses 'Toxic' Workplace Claims

The Emmy winner returned to TV with a public apology, saying she hoped her show would once again be viewed as "a place of happiness and joy." → Read More

Idaho Pastor Who Criticized Mask Mandate Is Hospitalized With COVID-19

Candlelight Christian Fellowship's Paul Van Noy, who is a self-proclaimed "no-masker," has spent two weeks in the ICU after testing positive for coronavirus. → Read More

Singer Seth Sikes Reimagines Disney Classic As Plea For COVID-19 Safety

The New York performer puts a topical spin on the song "Belle" from "Beauty and the Beast" during a summer visit to Fire Island. → Read More

Broadway's Mauricio Martínez Marks Mexican Independence Day With Virtual Concert

The star of "On Your Feet!" and Netflix's "El Vato" will host a watch party for his 2018 cabaret act, "De México to Broadway," on Wednesday night. → Read More

Meet The Real-Life Couple Set To Star In Lifetime's Gay Holiday Movie

Blake Lee and Ben Lewis have been cast in "The Christmas Setup," which will be the network's first yuletide offering to center on a same-sex romance. → Read More

Trump Brags About Receiving Nonexistent 'Bay Of Pigs' Award From Cuban Community

The president appeared to mistake a 2016 endorsement from a Florida veterans group for the bestowing of an award. → Read More

Kirstie Alley Slams Oscars Diversity Standards: 'You People Have Lost Your Minds'

The 'Look Who's Talking' actor called efforts to improve inclusion among Academy Award nominees a "disgrace to artists everywhere." → Read More

Halle Berry Sees 'Heartbreak' In Her 2002 Oscar Win Due To What Hasn't Followed

The "Monster's Ball" star lamented to Variety that she remains the only Black woman to win the Best Actress Academy Award. → Read More

Tracee Ellis Ross Will Reimagine 'The Golden Girls' With A Black Cast Over Zoom

The "Black-ish" actor will star alongside Regina King, Alfre Woodard and Sanaa Lathan as the classic sitcom's fab foursome this week. → Read More

Here's What 'Living Single' Had To Say About Same-Sex Marriage In 1996

A Season 3 episode of the Queen Latifah-led sitcom featured a refreshing take on a lesbian's coming out and wedding plans, writer Matt Baume finds. → Read More

Jim Parsons Hosts A Boozy Gay Bacchanal In First 'Boys In The Band' Trailer

Produced by Ryan Murphy, Netflix's adaptation of the seminal LGBTQ drama also stars Matt Bomer, Andrew Rannells and Zachary Quinto. → Read More

For Country's Brandon Stansell, The Fight To Sing Truthfully As A Gay Man Isn't Over

In "Three Chords and a Lie," the Tennessee-born artist lays bare his struggles with his Southern Baptist family as he prepares for his first hometown concert. → Read More