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  • 20th January 2010

    Adam Lambert says AMAs gay kiss ‘went too far’ 17

    Adam Lambert said he didn't regret the show

    1:12 PM — Adam Lambert has said he should have included a kiss with a man at the American Music Awards in his rehearsal. The singer had several television appearances cancelled after more than 1,500 US viewers complained about unscripted parts of his performance.

  • 7th January 2010

    Jonathan Ross quits the BBC 30

    Ross said his reasons for leaving were not due to money

    12:07 PM — Jonathan Ross has announced today (Thursday) that he is leaving the BBC. The star, who got into hot water this year over a gay adoption joke last year, said his reasons for leaving were not financially motivated.

  • 23rd December 2009

    Boy George barred from appearing on Big Brother 16

    Boy George was barred from appearing on Celebrity Big Brother

    12:20 PM — Singer Boy George will not be appearing on Celebrity Big Brother after a High Court judge dismissed his appeal. The star, real name George O'Dowd, was barred from going on the show when the Probation Service said his appearance would undermine public confidence in the justice system.

  • 17th December 2009

    George Michael apologises for swearing on live radio 6

    George Michael said he swore too easily

    10:59 AM — Singer George Michael had to apologise after saying f**ker on Chris Evans' BBC Radio 2 drivetime show. The pair were talking about cars on Top Gear.

  • 15th December 2009

    Gay porn star dies in taser arrest 34

    Andrew Grande apparently died of suffocation

    11:35 AM — A gay porn star has died in Florida after choking while being arrested. Andrew Grande, 23, whose screen name was Dustin Michaels, choked on a bag of marijuana he was trying to swallow.

  • 14th December 2009

    X Factor winner Joe McElderry ‘targeted by homophobic bullies’ 15

    Joe McElderry was bullied at school, his ex-girlfriend claimed

    7:20 PM — Joe McElderry, the 18-year-old winner of this year's X Factor contest, was reportedly subjected to homophobic bullying at school. The singer, who won victory last night with 61 per cent of the vote, was called 'gay boy' at school, an ex-girlfriend said.

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