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RuPaul Picks America's Next Drag Superstar... Virtually
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RuPaul Picks America's Next Drag Superstar... Virtually

Larry Kramer Used Voice, Pen to Raise Consciousness on AIDS

Nothing, not even COVID-19, was going to keep RuPaul from crowning America's next drag superstar.

Watch: Don Lemon Calls on Celebs Like Ellen, Oprah to Speak Out on Inequities, Unrest

Watch: Don Lemon Calls on Celebs Like Ellen, Oprah to Speak Out on Inequities, Unrest

By Kilian Melloy | Jun 1
Don Lemon threw down the gauntlet for America's celebrity class, wondering on air where the voices of the nation's most prominent citizens are in the midst of widespread unrest.

Watch: Andy Cohen Says He is Re-Homing His Dog Wacha Over Concerns with Baby Son

Watch: Andy Cohen Says He is Re-Homing His Dog Wacha Over Concerns with Baby Son

Jun 1
Andy Cohen took to Instagram over the weekend to share with fans that he is re-homing his dog Wacha over concerns with his one-year-old son.

Review: 'Dear...' is A Bundle of Love Letters to An Eclectic Mix of Celebrities

Review: 'Dear...' is A Bundle of Love Letters to An Eclectic Mix of Celebrities

By Kilian Melloy | Jun 1
Each episode is a mix of docudrama and feature profile, and while the ten episodes in the series center around a disparate mix of celebrities, one theme emerges again and again: Following one's own path.

Out Filmmaker Xavier Dolan's New Film 'Matthias & Maxime' Finally Finds US Distribution

Out Filmmaker Xavier Dolan's New Film 'Matthias & Maxime' Finally Finds US Distribution

Jun 1
Out filmmaker Xavier Dolan's latest film debuted at the Cannes Film Festival last year (where it competed for the prestigious Palme d'Or award but lost to "Parasite") but his newest drama "Matthias & Maxime" is just finding distribution in the US.

Herbert Stempel, TV Quiz Show Whistleblower, Dies at 93

Herbert Stempel, TV Quiz Show Whistleblower, Dies at 93

By Hillel Italie | Jun 1
Herbert Stempel, a fall guy and whistleblower of early television whose confession to deliberately losing on a 1950s quiz show helped drive a national scandal and join his name in history to winning contestant Charles Van Doren, has died age 93.