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Rewind time for The Talk as Mrs. O, Colin Farrell and Vagina Tightening are all discussed: On a recent talk show appearance in the U.K., Sharon Osbourne disclosed she had vaginal surgery and it was excruciating. Mrs. O says, "I was just trying to share to make conversation with the wonderful Colin Farrell.... Colin, please come on and do some medical research." &pbid=" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen> Sara Gilbert Reacts to Maria Bello and Tom Daley Coming Out Host Sara Gilbert weighs in on recent news about actress Maria Bello and Olympic diver Tom Daley, both publicly coming out. &pbid=" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen> Sara Gilbert's Eco-Friendly Holiday Gifts "The Talk" host and author of "The Imperfect Environmentalist: A Practical Guide to Clearing »
- April Neale
Johnny Weir Says Gay Protestors Are “Idiots.” “Referring to the new anti-gay law in Russia, which forbids virtually all public mention of homosexuality as a threat to children, the athlete flippantly characterized it as ‘no anal sex in front of libraries.’”
Johnny tries to explain.
The list of 15 documentary films that have advanced in the Oscar race has been released, and sadly, Bridegroom is not included. On the plus side, God Loves Uganda has a shot to make it to the final five.
Elton John’s gay solidarity has Moscow concert in doubt
It's just one big happy family! After revealing in a New York Times essay that she has a serious girlfriend, actress Maria Bello wasted no time in showing off her special family to the world. In an intimate photo posted on Twitter, Bello smiles with her girlfriend Clare Munn, her son Jackson and his father Dan McDermott. "Giving thanks for my modern family. Happy thanksgiving for whatever kind of family you have. @nytimes," the Prime Suspect star tweeted. The photo comes after the 46-year-old wrote an open and honest essay about her closest relationships just in time for the festive holiday. In the piece, Bello recalls memories of the first time she told her 12-year-old »
This year has seen major strides for gay rights, including the Supreme Court striking down the Defense of Marriage Act and dismissing California's Proposition 8. In just the last few years, there has been a cultural shift in how Americans view same-sex unions. A June poll found that today, more Americans support gay marriage than oppose it, compared to 2008, when 58 percent of Americans opposed it. One cause for this increased tolerance could be how outspoken public figures have become about their own sexuality. This week, actress Maria Bello came out with an essay in The New York Times, sharing her story of falling in love with a friend, and today British Olympic diver Tom Daley also opened up about his sexuality, posting a video message to say that he's currently dating a guy and couldn't be happier. Both announcements came on the heels of another statement from The Biggest Loser trainer Bob Harper, »
- Tara Block
Two stars came out of the closet this weekend -- sharing details on their relationships with members of the same sex.First up was "Prisoners" star Maria Bello, who revealed she has a longtime girlfriend in a new essay for the New York Times.The 46-year-old actress opened up about how she broke the news to her 12-year-old son with producer Dan McDermott. "I was with someone romantically and I hadn't told him," the actress says. "I had become involved with a woman who was my best friend, and, as it happens, a person who is like a godmother to my son."His reaction: "Mom, love is love whatever you are."Of her girlfriend Clare, she adds, "We had an immediate connection but didn't think of it as romantic or sexual. She was one of the most beautiful, charming, brilliant and funny people I had ever met, but it didn't »
- tooFab Staff
In a new “Modern Love” column, actress Maria Bello describes her relationship with a woman named Clare — which she began after a lifetime of dating mostly men and one other woman.
Bello says that she and Clare met two years before they became romantically involved, eventually becoming best friends. After an epiphany brought on by old photo albums and journals — “It didn’t occur to me, until that soul-searching moment in my garden, that we could perhaps choose to love each other romantically” — Bello shared her “confusing feelings” with her closest pal. After that, she writes, she and Clare “began the long, »
- Hillary Busis
One big happy (modern) family! After coming out as gay in an article published in the New York Times on Friday, Nov. 29, Maria Bello shared a photo on Twitter of her family -- including ex-boyfriend Dan McDermott and new girlfriend Clare Munn. "Giving thanks for my modern family," the 46-year-old actress captioned the photo on Saturday, Nov. 30. "Happy thanksgiving for whatever kind of family you have." In the family selfie, Bello poses with Munn, McDermott and their 12-year-old son Jackson. All four flash big smiles [...] »
In a New York Times piece, the 46-year-old revealed that she's in a relationship with a woman.
"We had an immediate connection but didn't think of it as romantic or sexual," the "Prisoners" star wrote of media executive Clare Munn. "She was one of the most beautiful, charming, brilliant and funny people I had ever met, but it didn't occur to me, until that soul-searching moment in my garden, that we could perhaps choose to love each other romantically."
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- firstname.lastname@example.org (AccessHollywood.com Editorial Staff)
This week's "Modern Love" column in the New York Times is a little different than the norm: It's by Maria Bello, and in it, the actress describes what it was like to come out to her 12-year-old son, Jackson. Bello is currently in a relationship with a woman named Clare, who had already been Bello's best friend for years and "like a godmother to my son" before they decided to become romantic partners. Her son's response upon hearing the news: "Mom, love is love, whatever you are." Bello describes her "modern family" in the column: Clare is not her only »
- Evann Gastaldo
When Maria Bello first met Clare, she had an "immediate connection." "I didn't think of it as romantic or sexual," Bello says in a New York Times column published Sunday titled Coming Out As A Modern Family. "She was one of the most beautiful, charming, brilliant, and funny people I had ever met, but it didn't occur to me that we could perhaps choose to love each other romantically." The actress, known for her work in Coyote Ugly and Grown Ups, has a 12-year-old son, Jackson, from a former relationship and says she struggled with how to tell her only »
- Emily Strohm
See a sneak peek of Kate Moss's Playboy photo shoot, which will be unveiled today in London. Actress Maria Bello came out in a New York Times essay. Paul Walker was doing charity work in his final hours. Tyrese Gibson broke down in tears at Paul Walker's crash site. See the Nsfw Kardashian Christmas card. Can't wait to see how Kanye West will photoshop himself into this one! Speaking of the Kardashians, Kim went on a Twitter rant against an "ignorant" commenter who criticized her parenting skills. Tom Daley, aka that cute British diver everyone was obsessed with back in the 2012 Olympics, revealed that he is dating a man. Watch the video below. Keep reading today's speed read. »
- Maria Mercedes Lara
Paul Crouch, the anti-gay founder of the Trinity Broadcasting Network, used to spread messages of hate and allegedly fleece thousands of seniors of their savings has passed away at the age of 79.
The Swedish have a strange, Nsfw way of advertising HIV testing. Way too hot to run here.
Actress Maria Bello wrote an op-ed in the NY Times about coming out as bisexual. It contains some lovely insight into relationships and sexual fluidity, but the touching part was how she ended up telling her twelve year old son when he asked. When informed his mother was romantically involved with a woman he knew as a godmother and close friend after knowing her to only date men, he simply responded “Mom, love is love, whatever you are. »
- Ed Kennedy
Who came out of the closet in the New York Times this weekend? Are things already getting hot and steamy on the set of Fifty Shades of Grey? Which films made box office history this Thanksgiving weekend?
David Beckham would like Brad Pitt to play him in a biopic. However, he’d also be cool with Leonardo DiCaprio or Bradley Cooper because they’re “not bad-looking guys.” [Life & Style] Maria Bello revealed in a New York Times op-ed that she has a girlfriend. The piece was called “Coming Out as a Modern Family” and openly questioned the labels we put on family partnerships. [Us Magazine] The first photos from the set of Fifty Shades of Grey have leaked online. They’re taken from a scene where Christian Grey and Anastasia Steele have tea in a cafe. [Celebitchy] The Hunger Games: Catching Fire and Frozen both broke records at the Thanksgiving box office this weekend. Catching Fire »
- Meghan O'Keefe
Washington, December 2: Maria Bello has revealed that she is gay in a column for the New York Times, adding that she has been in a long-term relationship with her best female friend.
The 46-year-old actress has said that her 12-year-old son had been getting suspicious and wondered if she was hiding something from him.
Bello writes that this was the moment she had been anticipating and dreading for months and that she took a deep. »
- Ketali Mehta
Maria Bello came out over the weekend in an essay she wrote for The New York Times, revealing she's in a relationship with her best friend, a new media executive named Clare Munn. Bello, whose credits include the film Prisoners and NBC's short-lived Prime Suspect, explained her decision to come out had a lot to do with her 12-year-old son, Jackson, with producer Dan McDermott. The decision was prompted by his query over whether there was "something I wasn't telling him." Photos: My Big, Gay Hollywood Wedding (Finally!) "I was with someone romantically, and I hadn’t
- THR Staff
Maria Bello has revealed she is in a gay relationship. A New York Times editorial titled "Coming out as a Modern Family," the 46-year-old actress opened up about telling her 12-year-old son from a previous relationship that she is now romantically involved with his Godmother and friend, Clare. "I was with someone romantically and I hadn't told him," she wrote. "I had become involved with a woman who was my best friend, and, as it happens, a person who is like a godmother to my son." "My feelings for Clare aren't the same as the butterflies-in-the-stomach, angst-ridden love I have felt before; they are much deeper than that," she continued. Her son and family members are supportive. "My father's »
- April Neale
Count Maria Bello among the out and proud. (And add her to the list of stars who have made a major statement by way of a New York Times op-ed.) The 46-year-old star of A History of Violence and Prisoners revealed in an essay printed Friday in the Times that she has a serious girlfriend, recalling in her first-person account how she told her 12-year-old son that she was in a relationship with a woman. Bello remembered how Jackson, her son with producer Dan McDermott, asked her if she was romantically involved with anybody. "He was right; I was with someone romantically and I hadn't told him," the actress wrote, noting that her therapist had advised her to wait until Jackson asked about »
Maria Bello came out in a New York Times editorial in which she revealed that she's been in a long-term relationship with a woman.
In "Coming out as a Modern Family," the 46-year-old Coyote Ugly and Prime Suspect actress opened up about telling her 12-year-old son from a previous relationship that she is in a relationship with her best friend Clare. "I was...
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- Natalie Abrams
Actress Maria Bello revealed that she is in a lesbian relationship in a New York Times essay on Sunday, making an appeal to be embraced for her own “modern family.” Bello, 46, wrote in a “Modern Love” column in the Sunday Styles section that she struggled with revealing to her 12-year-old son Jackson her relationship with a woman called Clare who happened to be her closest friend. But she also argued for a broader definition of sexuality and love than what currently passes for social norms. “I have never defined myself by whom I slept with,” Bello wrote. “but I know others. »
- Sharon Waxman
Actress Maria Bello, most recently on TV on Fox drama "Touch" and NBC's "Prime Suspect" adaptation, has come out of the closet in a fascinating New York Times article about what it means to have a "partner" and telling her 12-year-old son Jackson about her same-sex partner, Clare (pictured here with Bello in October 2013).
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I have never defined myself by whom I slept with, but I know others have and would.
I have never understood the distinction of "primary" partner. Does that imply we have secondary and tertiary partners, too? Can my primary partner be my sister or child or best friend, or does it have to be someone I am having sex with?
Jack's father, Dan, will always be my partner because we share Jack. Dan is the best father and the most wonderful man I've known. Just because our »
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