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Now, Gilman, 26, is speaking with Et's Nancy O'Dell to discuss his decision to open up and be honest with his fans.
"It's crazy to know that I'm in an industry that's ashamed of me for being me," he said. "I hope that someday down the line, that won’t be anymore because I'm sure there are thousands of great artists that aren't getting the opportunity they deserve."
In Gilman's emotional YouTube video, he referenced Herndon's announcement ("a fellow country artist and friend made it easier for me to make this video") but also said that he had been weighing the decision to come out publicly for a few weeks after being photographed with his partner of five months. Of the decision to address his fans directly, Gilman said: "I »
Rosamund Pike nearly stole the show in David Fincher's "Gone Girl" but he stole the hearts of the Palm Springs International Film Festival's committee members. The actress is getting the Breakthrough Performance Award! Last year, "12 Years A Slave's" Lupita Nyong'o received the same award and walked all the way to Oscar glory!
Palm Springs, CA (November 21, 2014) . The 26th annual Palm Springs International Film Festival (Psiff) will present Rosamund Pike with the Breakthrough Performance Award, Actress at its annual Awards Gala. The Gala will also present awards to previously announced honorees Julianne Moore, Eddie Redmayne and J.K. Simmons. Presented by Cartier, and hosted by Mary Hart, the Awards Gala will be held Saturday, January 3 at the Palm Springs Convention Center. The Festival runs January 2-12.
.Rosamund Pike perfectly taps into Gillian Flynn.s »
Microsoft has completely shut down Xbox Entertainment Studios, but at least one of the bygone studio's projects has still managed to see the light of day. Atari: Game Over, which chronicles the disastrous impact of the 1982 E.T. video game often regarded as the worst of all time, is now available on Xbox 360 and Xbox One. Atari: Game Over's subject is one of the most famous urban legends in video game history. The E.T. game was so poorly received that, in 1983, Atari decided to bury hundreds of unsold copies at a landfill in Alamogordo, New Mexico. This story remained the stuff of legend until 2013, when an excavation effort run by Fuel Industries turned up the long-discarded cartridges. Atari: Game Over, directed by Zak Penn, shares this story with viewers and includes interviews with Howard Scott Warshaw (the designer of the E.T. game) and Atari founder Nolan Bushnell. Xbox owners can »
- Sam Gutelle
After nearly two decades in country music, Ty Herndon is ready to be honest with his fans: He's gay.
The country star opens up about his past, present and future in an interview with Entertainment Tonight's Nischelle Turner that rivals ABC's country soap Nashville with its real-life drama. Herndon discussed everything from his former drug use, his failed marriages and his current relationship.
"I have an awesome relationship that I've been in for a good number of years," Herndon tells Et in a new sit-down airing Thursday. "[I] love him very much and he loves me."
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Married twice before, Herndon reveals that both of his ex-wives were "absolutely" aware of his sexuality.
"I had a lot of people around me that I trusted at a time and I was like,'Hey, you know this about me but the world doesn't. So I'm gonna need to call on your services for a little »
Country star Ty Herndon has come out as a “proud and happy gay man,” Et and People are reporting.The 52-year-old singer, who is best known for hits like “What Mattered Most” and “It Must Be Love,” also told Entertainment Tonight in a new interview that the biggest lie he ever told himself was “that I couldn’t be gay and be in country music.”Herndon, who has been married and divorced to women twice, also said that he is currently in “an awesome relationship” with his partner, Matt, for five years and hopes to tie the knot again.He said the couple, who are […] »
- April Neale
Five years ago, country singer Ty Herndon finally recognized that he had a very important story to share. "During an Anthony Robbins seminar, I realized I had an incredible story that could possibly help someone's son or daughter or grandchild's life not be as difficult as mine has been," he tells People. "Maybe they wouldn't have to go through as much pain and suffering. It's time to tell my truth." That "truth" is about a part of himself he has kept secret for his entire career: "I'm an out, proud and happy gay man," the Nashville artist revealed to People »
- Jeff Nelson, @nelson_jeff
Ty Herndon is, as Kacey Musgraves would say, following his arrow. On Thursday, Nov. 20, nearly two decades after he first came to fame with the No. 1 hit single "What Mattered Most," the 52-year-old country singer publicly came out as gay in an interview with Entertainment Tonight. Asked by Et correspondent Nischelle Turner to reveal the biggest lie he'd ever told himself — a reference to his 2013 album Lies I Told Myself — Herndon replied, "That I couldn't be gay and be in country music. [...] »
Bey's got her back! Tina Knowles gushed about daughter Solange Knowles' New Orleans wedding during Entertainment Tonight on Wednesday, Nov. 19, explaining that it was big sister Beyonce that helped the bride recover after getting hives during her big day. "[Solange] went through the wedding and the sit-down dinner and she was just fine, and then they had a second line in the streets of New Orleans and she was dancing so hard, I think she just got overheated," Tina, 60, recalled to Et's Nancy O'Dell and [...] »
• World-beating website has been approached by Us TV producers
• Jailing of Oscar Pistorius helps Mail Online to new daily traffic record
Not content with the supreme domination of our mobile and desktop screens with its “sidebar of shame”, Mail Online could soon get a whole new medium, publisher Martin Clarke tells the Wall Street Journal.
Clarke said the Mail’s digital incarnation had been approached by several producers about developing a show for Us TV based on its wildly successful web formula – “hoovering up the internet and vomiting it back out”, as one staffer tells the WSJ – in the mould of Entertainment Tonight or Access Hollywood.
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Five women have put their name to allegations that the comedian drugged and attacked them as far back as the 1970s
She was among the seven women to put their names to accusations against the comedian that span nearly 40 years.
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- Nicky Woolf in New York
Now mom Tina Knowles sits down with Entertainment Tonight's Nancy O'Dell and Kevin Frazier to spill wedding day secrets, including her favorite moment of the New Orleans nuptials and how big sis Beyonce saved the day.
"There wasn't a dry eye on the place," she says of the couple's personalized vows, which were her favorite part of the three-day event. "They were just so heartfelt and I just think the wedding epitomized Solange as a person, and her and Alan's artistic flare."
Tina reveals that despite the congregation's coordinated all-white ensembles, Solange actually opted out of having a traditional bridal party. The highly-publicized group photo in Vogue just captures the star's closest female family and friends.
Solange made more headlines on Tuesday after tweeting a shout out to »
Somehow, the sloppily assembled, unfunny "Let's Be Cops" earned over $120 million worldwide (Wtf), and since money talks in Hollywood, that means director Luke Greenfield gets to level up. And so he shall, setting up the movie "Slingshot," which is said to be in the spirit of "E.T." and "Back To The Future." No other plot details are available just yet, but let's just hope a little more craft is put into that effort. [Deadline] Daniel Espinosa ("Safe House," "Snabba Cash") has been tapped to direct "Boston Strong." The project was once set to star Casey Affleck, who has since dropped out of the movie that "follows the massive manhunt to apprehend the two men believed to be responsible for the bombings, as well as examining the city’s reaction following the events." “The Fighter” writers Eric Johnson and Paul Tamasy penned the script, but no word yet on when production might begin. »
- Kevin Jagernauth
Less than 24 hours after Netflix postponed a planned Bill Cosby special, NBC nixed a comedy project that could have brought the 77-year-old comedian back to primetime. An insider confirmed to People that the project is no longer in development for summer or fall 2015. The idea came from Mike O'Malley (Glee) and Mike Sikowitz and was only in the early stages; the duo hadn't even delivered a script. The hope was for Cosby to play a patriarch of a multi-generational family in a classic family sitcom, and there was even talk of O'Malley playing one of the sons-in-law. But that was »
- Lynette Rice, @lynetterice
As new accusations of rape and sexual impropriety are levied against Bill Cosby, the comedy legend's broadcast partners are, predictably, pulling back. One day after Netflix announced that it was postponing the premiere date for the comedy special "Bill Cosby 77" (and one day after former supermodel Janice Dickinson told Entertainment Tonight that Cosby raped her in 1982), NBC confirms that it will not be moving forward with plans to bring Cosby back to TV with a new pilot. Back in July at the Television Critics Association press tour, NBC Entertainment President Jennifer Salke described the Cosby show as "an important show for us." At the time, the project was described as a multi-cam set at Sony with Mike Sikowitz and Mike O'Malley writing. "It’s a multigenerational family show, so it’s very ensemble," Salke said. "Bill Cosby plays the patriarch of the family dispelling his classic wisdom on relationships, parenthood, »
- Daniel Fienberg
David Bauder, AP Television Writer
New York (AP) - NBC has scrapped a Bill Cosby comedy that was under development and TV Land will stop airing reruns of "The Cosby Show," moves that came a day after another woman came forward claiming that the once-beloved comic had sexually assaulted her. NBC spokeswoman Rebecca Marks said Wednesday the Cosby sitcom "is no longer under development." A TV Land spokesperson said the shows will stop airing immediately. "The Cosby Show" also was to have been part of a Thanksgiving marathon of sitcoms, and the show will be off the network indefinitely.
Both the NBC sitcom and Netflix Cosby standup comedy special, which has been indefinitely postponed, were halted within a day after actress Janice Dickinson, in an interview with "Entertainment Tonight," became the third woman in recent weeks to allege she'd been assaulted by Cosby - charges strongly denied by the comedian's lawyer. »
- The Associated Press
Sources confirm for TVLine that NBC has halted development of a new comedy to be headlined by Bill Cosby, in the wake of ongoing and new allegations of sexual assault levied against the veteran entertainer.
Former supermodel Janice Dickinson is the latest woman to come forward with allegations of sexual assault, her own encounter dating back 32 years. (Dickinson told Entertainment Tonight that an attempt to chronicle the assault in her 2002 memoir was stifled by Cosby’s lawyers.)
At least four other women have made similar accusations against Cosby, with one filing a lawsuit that was settled out of court in »
NBC has dropped its Bill Cosby comedy project as the scandal of rape allegations leveled at the comedian by multiple women made it untenable for the network to keep it in development, according to multiple sources.
Sources said writers and producers on the untitled project were informed Wednesday morning that it would not be going forward. NBC confirmed Wednesday that the project was no longer in development but would not comment further.
NBC cut a rich deal with Cosby last summer to star in a new comedy that would feature him in his familiar family patriarch role. The project marked a reunion for Cosby and Tom Werner, the producer whose Carsey-Werner Co. banner produced the comedian’s blockbuster 1980s NBC sitcom and his CBS sitcom from the late 1990s.
NBC set the deal with Cosby and Werner directly last summer. Sony Pictures TV came in as the studio to develop »
- Cynthia Littleton
Janice Dickinson is the latest woman to publicly accuse Bill Cosby of sexual assault, claiming that back in 1982, she was raped by the comedian. Cosby's attorney Marty Singer issued a statement calling the former model's allegation "a complete lie." Dickinson, now 59, told Entertainment Tonight Tuesday she wrote about the alleged incident in her 2002 autobiography, No Lifeguard on Duty: The Accidental Life of the World's First Supermodel, but claimed she was pressured by Cosby's lawyers to remove the details. Singer denied this, saying, "You can confirm with HarperCollins that she never claimed that Mr Cosby raped her, that no attorney representing Bill Cosby tried to kill the story (since »
Attention Navy! Rihanna has new music and we could be hearing it very soon.
Bad Gal RiRi hit the red carpet on Tuesday night, speaking with Et's Sophie Schillaci about that leaked Lost Files tracklist and when fans can expect to get their hands on her next album.
Rihanna told Et that her new album should be out "very soon."
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"That's my hope," she said. "I'm really excited about the music that we've been working on, so I can't wait for people to hear it."
While making the press rounds, Rih didn't rule out the possibility of a surprise album drop but kept tight-lipped on her exact plans for release.
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Update: NBC has dropped its Bill Cosby comedy project from development. Here is the full statement by attorney Martin Singer:
Janice Dickinson’s story accusing Bill Cosby of rape is a lie. There is a glaring contradiction between what she is claiming now for the first time and what she wrote in her own book and what she told the media back in 2002. Ms. Dickinson did an interview with the New York Observer in September 2002 entitled “Interview With a Vamp” completely contradicting her new story about Mr. Cosby. That interview a dozen years ago said “she didn’t want to go to bed with him and he blew her off.” Her publisher Harper Collins can confirm that no attorney representing Mr. Cosby tried to kill the alleged rape story (since there was no such story) or tried to prevent her from saying whatever she wanted about Bill Cosby in her book. »
- Cynthia Littleton
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