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  • 26th July 2006

    George Michael denies civil partnership is off 4

    Gay singer George Michael has denied rumours that his partner Kenny Goss has called off their civil partnership

    12:00 AM — Gay singer George Michael has denied rumours that his partner Kenny Goss has called off their civil partnership after reports that the artist was caught cruising on Hampstead Heath last week.A source told the Daily Mail yesterday that the couple were "reassessing" their relationship," but the star denied the claims on Channel 4's Richard and Judy Show.

  • The Break Up

    12:00 AM — Considering the title and the stars, this could hardly be more perfect gossip magazine material. Following her very public divorce from Brad Pitt, this is one of ex-Friends star Jennifer Aniston's first big screen outings - her break up followed by The Break Up.To add to the delight of those who thrive on celebrity tittle-tattle and rumour, it was while making this movie that Aniston started dating her co-star, Vince Vaughn - who just happens to be one of her ex-husband's friends.

  • Gay hotel is top London hotspot

    Griffin House Holiday Apartments have only been opened for 6 months and top the list ahead of London institutions like Claridges

    12:00 AM — A gay hotel has become the number one place to stay in London, according to traveller review website trip advisor.com.Griffin House Holiday Apartments have only been opened for 6 months and top the list ahead of London institutions like Claridges and The Lanesborough.

  • N Sync singer reveals he is gay

    Lance Bass opened up about his sexual orientation in an interview with People magazine

    12:00 AM — N Sync star Lance Bass has dashed the dreams of many a teenage girl after revealing that he is gay.The boy band singer opened up about his sexual orientation in an interview with People magazine, claiming he felt under pressure to keep it a secret to so not to "overpower everything."

  • Pirates Of The Caribbean 2: Dead Man’s Chest

    12:00 AM — Though the commercial success of a film which saw the mighty Disney team up with mega-producer Jerry Bruckheimer and an array of well-known actors was pretty much guaranteed, the critical success of the first Pirates of the Caribbean movie was anything but. Though the commercial success of a film which saw the mighty Disney team up with mega-producer Jerry Bruckheimer and an array of well-known actors was pretty much guaranteed, the critical success of the first Pirates of the Caribbean movie was anything but.

  • 25th July 2006

    Cyndi Lauper closes Gay Games 3

    The 7th Gay Games were originally planned for Montreal, Canada, but after a disagreement between local organisers and the Federation of Gay Games, the event was handed to Chicago

    12:00 AM — An estimated 20,000 to 25,000 participants and spectators boogied down last weekend to the songs of pop icon Cyndi Lauper at the closing ceremonies of Gay Games VII at Chicago's Wrigley Field.Lauper, dressed as a rainbow version of the Statue of Liberty, headlined the colourful celebration, marking the end of a weeklong Olympics-style sporting event.

  • Goss calls off civil partnership with George Michael 4

    George Michael has announced his first international tour for 15 years from this September

    12:00 AM — Gay singer George Michael's partner has called off their civil partnership amid tabloid claims last weekend that the star was cruising on Hampstead Heath.The News of the World published a series of photographs of the star which they claim prove that he was illegally having sex in a public place.

  • 24th July 2006

    Marriage quiz show urged to include gay partners

    Derek Batey, former presenter of the show, who now owns the rights to it, says it should be kept to its original format

    12:00 AM — PinkNews.co.uk ExclusiveGay campaigners have called on the makers of a new version of classic game show Mr and Mrs, to bring it into the 21st Century by allowing civil partners to compete as well.Production company Celador has announced that it will be revamping the 1970s quiz show where married couples would be tested on their knowledge of each other, but gay campaigners say it should now reflect the modern world.

  • 23rd July 2006

    Tabloid claims George Michael was cruising on Hampstead Heath 1

    George Michael said:“I can do whatever I want. I'm not harming anyone“

    12:00 AM — A tabloid newspaper has published photographs of pop star George Michael in which they claim he is cruising for sex.The News of the World published a series of photographs of the star which they claim prove that he was illegally having sex in a public place.The photographs they published both in print and on their website simply show him walking to his car through Hampstead Heath.

  • 21st July 2006

    Gay star reveals suicide attempt

    This two-part documentary, presented by Stephen Fry, investigates the reality of living with bipolar affective disorder - the condition more commonly known as manic depression. Stephen, himself a manic depressive, speaks to celebrities and those not in the public eye who live with the condition. They all speak frankly about how manic depression has affected them in their day to day lives

    12:00 AM — Gay actor Stephen Fry will reveal his struggle with depression and suicide contemplation in a new BBC documentary highlighting the condition later this year.The screen and stage star, presenting BBC2's The Secret Life of A Manic Depressive, will recount the time he walked out on the West End play Cell Mates in 1995 and sat in his car considering whether to turn on the ignition and kill himself with the exhaust fumes.

  • God save the queers 1

    The pink flag dominated the EuroPride parade

    12:00 AM — PinkNews.co.uk's Katherine Knowles meets the man behind those pink flags which have dominated gay pride marches across the country and the world.First there was the flag. Pink and cheerful and vibrant, spilling silkily out of the envelope, bringing a smile to the bleary eyed 9am workers in the PinkNews.co.uk office, then gracing the lectern at our paper launch party, where it drew admiring glances from MPs and members of the gay choir alike.

  • 20th July 2006

    BBC defends ‘gay car’ comment 29

    On Sunday's Top Gear programme, presenter Jeremy Clarkson asked an audience member if he would buy a certain car, the audience member said, “No, it's a bit gay“

    12:00 AM — The BBC has again been forced to defend one of its big name presenters following the recent furore surrounding the controversial use of the word gay by Radio 1 DJ Chris Moyles.On Sunday's Top Gear programme, presenter Jeremy Clarkson asked an audience member if he would buy a certain car, the audience member said, "No, it's a bit gay."

  • “I’m a lesbian and our guitarist has one hand” 1

    The final of the band competition will take place on Sunday 23rd July at the LAZ Astoria (Photo: Nikki Valledy)

    12:00 AM — PinkNews.co.uk's Katherine Knowles meets a band proudly challenging physical, emotional and musical barriers."We're all equal here, man" says Jackie Romeu, the lead singer of new band Nelson Romeu. "I'm a lesbian and our guitarist only has one hand!""People always want to know how he plays the guitar with one hand. All I can say is, he's always had one arm with not all his fingers, so he just has got by over the years. He lays the guitar on a piano stand and strums away. He makes his own path, you know what I'm saying?"

  • 18th July 2006

    LGBT community driven by gay friendly cars

    A survey of the top lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender, gay car has revealed loyalty to gay friendly brands and ranked the sporty new 2007 Saturn Sky two-seat convertible as a must have

    12:00 AM — A survey of the top lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender, gay car has revealed loyalty to gay friendly brands and ranked the sporty new 2007 Saturn Sky two-seat convertible as a must have for the community, according to a motoring website.Gaywheels.com, the first automotive website specifically targeted to the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community released research this week on the Top 10 LGBT vehicles.

  • Darren Hayes celebrates gay union 4

    Darren Hayes came out publicly yesterday (Photo: Steve and Tanja)

    12:00 AM — Former Savage Garden frontman, Darren Hayes, has ended speculation over his sexuality after he came out yesterday and revealed he has had a civil partnership.The solo singer has often remained silent on his private life, but yesterday afternoon he published a statement on his website celebrating his civil ceremony with his partner of two years, Richard.

  • Oprah silences lesbian rumours

    Oprah Winfrey, host of the US's most highly rated talk show, told the Oprah Magazine, that people are misunderstanding her 30 year relationship with her best friend

    12:00 AM — US talk show host Oprah Winfrey has moved to quash rumours that she is in a lesbian relationship.Winfrey, host of the US's most highly rated talk show, told the Oprah Magazine, that people are misunderstanding her 30 year relationship with best friend, Gayle King.

  • 17th July 2006

    Gay Games go ahead despite heatwave and protests 3

    The Gay Games will go ahead despite the hot weather

    12:00 AM — Athletes at the Gay Games in Chicago are attempting to beat a heatwave with temperatures reaching 38° C (100 ° F).A heatwave warning has been issued in the city which saw 465 people die in 1995 from heat related illnesses.However, organisers of the games claim that the heat will not stop athletes competing.

  • Mixed result for Jackson in dispute with former gay porn producer 2

    Jackson: “he was telling one what to do with the other and he grabbed their penis or something.“

    12:00 AM — The Californian jury hearing the lawsuit between Michael Jackson and his former business partner, Marc Schaffel, decided that Jackson would pay Schaffel $700,000.Schaffel, who was sacked after the pop star found out about his former work as a gay porn director, had originally filed a lawsuit for breach of contract against Jackson for the $3.8 million that he claimed the singer owed him.

  • 15th July 2006

    Ashley Cole to marry in “wedding of the year” 1

    Ashley Cole is to marry on Saturday

    12:00 AM — England footballer Ashley Cole is to marry Girls Aloud star, Cheryl Tweedy on Saturday in what is being dubbed, "the celebrity magazine wedding of the year."Cole and Tweedy are to tie the knot at Highclere Castle, Berkshire, the venue for singer Peter Andre and model Jordan's marriage last September.

  • 14th July 2006

    Brighton venue issues apology over homophobic performer 7

    Buju Banton's hit 'Boom Bye Bye'  incites the burning, shooting in the head of gay people and pouring acid over their faces

    12:00 AM — A music venue in Brighton has apologised to the LGBT community for booking a notoriously homophobic Jamaican rap artist.The Concorde 2 live music venue, which is situated near the 'gay village' in Brighton's Kemp Town area, cancelled the gig by Buju Banton on 5th July. Initially, the club was unrepentant and admitted only cancelling the concert after pressure from Brighton and Hove Council and the LGBT community.

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