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  • 18th December 2006

    Gay activists back Theatre Museum

    Current “Guardians of the Theatre Museum” include former EastEnder turned Labour MEP Michael Cashman

    12:00 AM — Gay campaigners are calling on the community to support a campaign to stop the closure of the Theatre Museum in London.The Theatre Museum claims to hold the largest collections of documents and artefacts relating to the performing arts, but now faces closure and relocation by its owner The Victoria and Albert Museum.

  • 17th December 2006

    Little Britain star holds gay wedding

    Matt Lucas married earlier today

    12:00 AM — Little Britain star Matt Lucas today held a civil partnership ceremony with long term boyfriend, television producer Kevin McGee in London.The gay wedding was a rather formal affair with guests including onscreen partner, David Walliams, tv presenter Dale Winton and comic Rob Brydon reportedly wearing suits.The wedding reception and party is however expected to be rather extravagant with guests invited to appear as pantomime characters.

  • 15th December 2006

    Lesbian comic apologises to Chinese community 2

    O'Donnell was criticised by Asian Americans across the country

    12:00 AM — Lesbian comedian Rosie O'Donnell has apologised for mocking Chinese people on her talk show The View.O'Donnell was criticised by Asian Americans across the country after imitating Chinese broadcasters in a discussion about actor Danny DeVito being drunk.

  • Comment: Gay icons behaving badly

    Ditto for Britney Spears, who has never been known for her overwhelming talent

    12:00 AM — It's 4am on a Monday morning in Los Angeles—the majority of the city has long been asleep... a restless few are already turning over in bed to the sound of alarms, harkening the beginning of a new week. And in Burbank, Nicole Richie is heading West on the eastbound side of the 134 freeway, chatting away with one of her socialite friends on her cellphone, traces of pot and Vicodin working their way through her bloodstream.Granted, I'm sure all of us know a gay or two who partied a few too many hours past closing and wound up in the slammer for a DUI, but when even Nicole Richie can't seem to find someone to guide her home in the wee hours of the morning, Hollywood, I fear, is in crisis.

  • 14th December 2006

    Homophobes target The Archers 3

    Soap's longest running gay romance, involving Adam Macy (Andrew Wincott) and Ian Craig (Stephen Kennedy), began in April 2004 with a kiss in a polytunnel

    12:00 AM — An anti-gay Christian sect has launched a stinging attack on BBC Radio4 soap The Archers, ahead of the drama's first civil partnership this evening.The Archers is set to have Ambridge's first ever civil partnership in a special edition of the BBC show tonight, prompting Christian Voice to urge listeners to steer clear.

  • Sir Elton may perform Diana tribute song 1

    Performers at the event, named Concert for Diana, to be held at Wembley Stadium, include gay singing legend Sir Elton John, who brought the nation to tears with his rendition of Candle in the Wind, at her funeral

    12:00 AM — Sir Elton John has revealed he will rehash Candle in the Wind at the Concert for Diana next summer if Princes William and Harry feel it is appropriate.The gay pop legend rewrote and performed the hit at Princess Diana's funeral in 1997 and vowed never to sing it again, but now he says he will seek royal approval before playing it.

  • Big Brother announces audition dates

    BB7's Sam

    12:00 AM — Yep, it's that time already, Big Brother 8 auditions are on their way!Big Brother is back and the call for contestants can only mean one thing... Channel 4 will be holding open auditions for the show around the UK Ireland.So, for anyone out there who thinks that they can bring something extra special to the house, it's their time to turn up and show us why.

  • 13th December 2006

    BBC distances itself from Diana concert auction 1

    One seller offered 10% of the proceedings to go to BBC charity Children In Need

    12:00 AM — PinkNews.co.uk ExclusiveBBC Children In Need has taken action against a listing on auction site eBay which was offering tickets for next year's memorial concert for the late Princess Diana.Tickets for the Concert for Diana sold out within two minutes of going on sale this morning, however, many immediately appeared on auction websites such as eBay, with bids reaching as high as £200,000.

  • Kylie hosts New Year Party

    On December 31st Kylie will host her spectacular New Year revelry

    12:00 AM — Gay icon Kylie Minogue is giving British fans their first chance to see her Showgirl Homecoming Tour, in a New Year's Eve show at Wembley Arena.On December 31st Kylie will host her spectacular New Year revelry with a show that combines music spanning her entire career with a sensory overload of cutting edge visuals and costumes.

  • AIDS charity welcomes Diana concert 1

    The National AIDS Trust (NAT) has expressed delight at being part of next year's memorial concert for the late Princess Diana

    12:00 AM — The National AIDS Trust (NAT) has expressed delight at being part of next year's memorial concert for the late Princess Diana.Princes William and Harry yesterday unveiled plans for a Concert for Diana, to celebrate their mother's life, and to raise money for several charities including those she was a patron of.

  • Is Britney Spears proving she’s not a lesbian with a new lover?

    Britney Spears has allegdly found a new boyfriend

    12:00 AM — Just a few days after denying a lesbian tryst with celebrity heiress and air head Paris Hilton, Britney Spears has allegedly found a new boyfriend.Only a few weeks after announcing her divorce from Kevin Federline, Spears was apparently spotted cuddling up with Jonathan Rotem, who coincedinatlly produced Federline's recent album.Spears and Federline announced a split after a two year marriage.

  • 12th December 2006

    Will Archers’ gay union raise inheritance awareness? 3

    The IPW says the majority of same sex couples have no idea how a Civil Partnership affects their inheritance arrangements

    12:00 AM — As Civil Partnership tops the agenda of long running BBC Radio4 soap The Archers, the Institute of Professional Will writers (IPW) is hoping that script writers might be able to educate couples about the impact of such a union more effectively than the registration process has done.The IPW says the majority of same sex couples have no idea how a Civil Partnership affects their inheritance arrangements, although their have been over 15,000 Civil Partnerships since the new legislation allowing Civil Partnerships came into force in December 2005.

  • Gay star heads Concert for Diana bill 1

    Princes William and Harry have outlined plans to commemorate the life of their mother Princess Diana

    12:00 AM — Princes William and Harry have outlined plans to commemorate the life of their mother Princess Diana 10 years after her death next year.A memorial service will be help on August 31st, followed by a tribute concert on July 1st, her birthday.Performers at the event, named Concert for Diana, to be held at Wembley Stadium, include gay singing legend Sir Elton John, who brought the nation to tears with his rendition of Candle in the Wind, at her funeral.

  • Gay star to front talk show

    graNorton will present a brand new programme for the channel

    12:00 AM — Gay TV personality Graham Norton has been given a new weekly talk show after BBC Two announced its Winter/Spring schedule this week.Norton will present a brand new programme for the channel based on the people, trends, stories and aspects of celebrity culture that interest him most, and that would not make it onto the news.

  • 11th December 2006

    Outgames files for bankruptcy 1

    The Montreal Outgames filed for bankruptcy protection this week

    12:00 AM — Outgames is in trouble again, but this time the deficit is not just affecting government investors, now celebrity backers are coming forth and are asking for the money they are owed from the financially disastrous event.The Montreal Outgames filed for bankruptcy protection this week, giving it a 30-day breathing period to try to work out a deal with those owed outstanding debts.

  • Britney and Paris deny lesbian relationship 4

    Rumours began last week in the British tabloid press that the two had become intimately involved, Britney's husband of 55-hours Jason Alexander even said that his ex-wife had fancied Paris

    12:00 AM — Representatives of pop star Britney Spears and hotel heiress Paris Hilton have hit back at reports that the pair are involved in a lesbian tryst.Rumours began last week in the British tabloid press that the two had become intimately involved, Britney's husband of 55-hours Jason Alexander even said that his ex-wife had fancied Paris.

  • 8th December 2006

    Arsenal urged to curb homophobic chants 1

    Cole left Arsenal for the Blues earlier this season and this Sunday's match at Stamford Bridge will be their first meeting since his departure

    12:00 AM — Gay rights activist Peter Tatchell is calling on Arsenal football club manager Arsene Wenger and captain Thierry Henry to speak out against plans by their fans to subject Ashley Cole to gay-baiting ahead of the Gunner's London derby with Chelsea this weekend.Cole left Arsenal for the Blues earlier this season and this Sunday's match at Stamford Bridge will be their first meeting since his departure.

  • Police to search fans for homophobic materials 1

    Stewards will be leafleting and postering the Stamford Bridge stadium with anti-homophobic messages, including on the big screen

    12:00 AM — Football fans attending the London derby between Arsenal and Chelsea this Sunday will be searched for homophobic materials amid reports that sections of the Gunners' crowd had planned to carry inflatable mobile phones in reference to tabloid allegations about former Arsenal defender Ashley Cole's sexuality.Sections of the travelling Arsenal fans are reportedly being encouraged by supporter's website Arsenal World to take their revenge by printing fake banknotes with the defender superimposed as the Queen, and by carrying blow-up mobile phones in reference to tabloid rumours about a gay orgy involving the player.

  • Celebs split while gay marriage thrives

    It seems that before Pam Anderson and Kid Rock went their separate ways, they sat down with GQ Magazine for an interview appearing in this month's issue to discuss marriage

    12:00 AM — "Everybody sins. No sin is greater or different than the other. To each his own. If it don't bother Jennifer, then Jennifer don't mind. I don't really even think about it because I don't believe in judging people for what they do."Yes folks, you read it. Unfortunately, a reporter from the Dallas Voice quoted everybody's favourite Dreamgirl Jennifer Hudson (yeah, you heard that Beyonce) saying homosexuality is a sin when he asked the budding starlet where she stood on gay marriage.

  • “I will never abandon Total Eclipse of the Heart”

    Bonnie Tyler is back with a new version of Total Eclipse of the Heart with BabyPinkStar

    12:00 AM — PinkNews.co.uk ExclusiveWelsh singing legend Bonnie Tyler is planning a return to the UK charts next month with a new version of Total Eclipse of the Heart, but as she explains to PinkNews.co.uk, she has never been away from the music scene.Love is love, Bonnie Tyler declares when asked on her view on gay equality. Tyler's discography reads like a biopic of the last 30 years of gay life; heartbreak, tension, and striving against all odds.

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