Katy Perry Kissed an American Idol Contestant & He Did Not Like It
“I wanted to save it for my first relationship. I wanted it to be special,” is what 20 year old Benjamin Glaze stated in response to the infamous kiss he received from judge Katy Perry on the Sunday night premiere of American Idol. He said the kiss was "uncomfortable" and should Perry have asked permission he would've declined the kiss. He also said he didn't feel sexually harassed but tbh this whole thing is super weird now and I knew I didn't like this reboot.
Glaze put out a statement on his Instagram page as well:
Watch the awkward exchange below...
Taylor Swift Thinks She's Found The One
Could T Swift get wifed up? According to a source close to Taylor, she believes her current beau, British actor Joe Alwyn is the one. She is comfortable and doesn't feel any pressure so hopefully they engaged soon so we have something else to speculate over!
Eddie Murphy Signs On For a Twins Sequel
Arnold Schwarzenegger confirmed while speaking on a panel at South by Southwest that Eddie Murphy has signed on for the long awaited sequel to the 1988 smash hit Twins, Tiplets. He and Danny DeVito played an unlikely sibling duo in the original and now 30 years later a sequel is in the works. According to Schwarzenegger the script is already done!
Ellen Degeneres Opens Up About Coming Out
Ellen Degeneres appeared on Dax Shepard's podcast where she revealed coming out wasn't easy. She chose to come out on the 1997 cover of TIME magazine then followed up with a Diane Sawyer & Oprah exclusive. She came out on her sitcom at the time as well which was watched by 45 million people however she explains the network was scared and once sponsors started jumping ship, "they just stopped promoting it, because everybody was scared.
Ellen also talked about how Elton John, another openly gay person in the entertainment industry said some hurtful things that still bother her to this day. ‘Shut up already. We know you’re gay. Be funny,’ were apparently the words Elton John had for Ellen to which she said she remembers thinking, ‘What kind of support is that from a gay person?’”