Barry Manilow Comes Out As Gay : ‘I’m Proud of It’


Barry Manilow being a gay man may have been one of the worst kept secrets in Hollywood but it was a secret that Barry wasn’t ready to share until now.

At 73 years old, Barry has finally came out as a proud gay man after decades of speculation.

He came out on his own time so good for him, that is all I can say.

The singer opened up to Entertainment Tonight about marrying is longtime manager, Garry Kief, after keeping the relationship private for 40 years.

“I don’t know, maybe they care about everybody, but for me, it is so moving, it is so deep that these strangers were so happy that I was happy,” he told Entertainment Tonight. “That I wasn’t alone, that I had somebody that was with me that I loved and that we’d been together for 37 years. We’re in great shape, and I was very grateful for that response.”

“This is my life, we’ve been together for all these years, everybody knows that we’re a team. Everybody that I know knows. So it never really dawned on me to say anything about it. I mean, I’m a very private guy.” Manilow continued to tell ET.

” I’m proud of it, I am. I’m proud of it.”

Congrats to Barry for being able to live his truth in the public eye!

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Mila Kunis Goes Make Up Free For ‘Glamour’


I highly recommend you check out Mila‘s entire interview in ‘Glamour’ magazine because she is the shit. I am someone who knows that most things that celebrities due are calculated, so I try not to think that I could actually sit down and have a beer with someone and just talk shit. Mila Kunis actually seems like she can do that though.

Mila got very candid in this interview about Photoshop, and of course her relationship with Ashton. They are by far one of my favorite celebrity couples and I could go on and on about how Jackie and Kelso made it. How they had known each other for so long, stayed friends, after he got divorced she went for it. Obsessed, I am simply obsessed.

On her childhood:  My parents went through hell and back. They came to America with suitcases and a family of seven and $250, and that’s it. My parents, for years, worked full-time and went to college full-time. They would go to night school to learn English. My mom started working at Thrifty in Culver City as a box lady. That’s what she did until she learned English; then she became a cashier. My dad worked—f–k if I know—seven jobs? He painted a house. He would deliver toilets. He drove a cab, delivered pizzas. Whatever he could do, he did. Ultimately, my dad owned cabs, and my mom worked her way up to manager of a Rite-Aid; they bought a car and a condo. But growing up poor, I never missed out on anything. My parents did a beautiful job of not making me feel like I was lesser than any other kids.

On her relationship with Ashton Kutcher: “We can’t bullsh-t each other. I literally can’t lie to him. He can call me out on everything, and I can do the same, because there’s nothing about the other person’s face that we don’t know. We know when they’re acting, thus we know when they’re lying. Sometimes he’ll look at me, be like, ‘Really?’ And I’m like, ‘F–k.’ [Laughs.]…. There’s nothing we don’t know about each other because we’ve known each other for so long: the ugly, the bad, the good. We went through a period where I thought he was crazy. At the height of his career, I was like, ‘Ugh, I don’t like you. I don’t even know you anymore. You think you’re such hot sh-t’ …. Full friendship breakups. And then we’d get back together and be like, ‘Oh, sorry. I didn’t mean to overreact.’ ‘That’s OK.’ All the time. It truly is being married to your best friend. That’s a cliché; it’s cheesy. But it’s true.”

On going makeup free for one of the covers: “I don’t wear makeup. I don’t wash my hair every day. It’s not something that I associate with myself. I commend women who wake up 30, 40 minutes early to put on eyeliner. I think it’s beautiful. I’m just not that person. So to go to a shoot and have my makeup artist put on face cream and send me off to do a photo, I was like, ‘Well, this makes life easy.’ And you’re still protected. Nobody’s there to make you look bad.”

On photoshop: “I hate it. There was a company that I did a photo shoot for once that manipulated the photo so much, I was like, ‘That’s not even me.’ Like, what’s the point? You wanted my name, and then you wanted the version of me that I’m not. I absolutely hate it. Now, do I sometimes want them to depuff my eyes? Help me out with a little bit of lighting. But do I want them to stretch my legs, thin out my waist, curve my hips, elongate my neck, blah, blah, blah? No.”

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