TMZ.com reports that it obtained documents filed in Los Angeles County Superior Court that state former Lost star Michelle Rodriguez has failed to complete the terms of her probation multiple times for various crimes include a DUI. The entertainment site reported Rodriguez could serve up to 537 days in the slammer.
Adam Sandler said he would love to be a future gay rights activist while promoting I Now Pronounce You Chuck and Larry in Mexico City, the Associated Press reported. 'If I can help anybody in any way, I certainly would,' Sandler is quoted as saying at a news conference.
According to Towlerroad.com, Harry Potter star Daniel Radcliffe said at a press junket that he would be willing to take on a role of a character who is exploring his sexuality. He also added, in response to a reporter's question, that he would 'not play a gay character just for the sake of playing a gay character.'
Running with Scissors' Joseph Fiennes will undergo some nipping and tucking of his own as the star of a trans TV show. Nip/Tuck creator Ryan Murphy's untitled FX drama pilot ( formerly titled 4 oz. ) is about a husband and father who opts for a sex change, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Bravo's Project Runway returns for a fourth season on Nov. 14, and features supermodel host Heidi Klum and a panel made up of designers Tim Gunn, Michael Kors and Nina Garcia, according to Bravo. See www.bravotv.com to meet the cast.
Former Men's Fitness editor Neal Boulton recently came out of the closet after becoming editor of gay publicaton Genre, according to the New York Post. The married Boulton had previously been spotted smooching Rolling Stone editor Jann Wenner.
Gay characters on network television shows are declining, while increasing on cable, according to a study recently released by the Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation ( GLAAD ) . Seven regular gay characters will appear on network television shows during the 2007-2008 season, compared to nine last season. Six of the seven shows featuring regular gay characters are on ABC. On the flip side, cable shows for the upcoming season will feature 40 LGBT characters on 21 shows.
Comedian Kathy Griffin offended a Tennessee Christian theater group during her Emmy acceptance speech so much that they placed a $90,000 ad in USA Today condemning her, according to the Associated Press. The Miracle Theatre Group was offended that Griffin said, 'I want you to know that no one had less to do with this award than Jesus. So, all I can say is, 'suck it, Jesus.' This award is my god now.'
MTV is airing a bisexual dating show, according to a BlackPressMagazine.com press release. 'A Shot at Love with Tila Tequila,' is a show that will feature 16 men and 16 women who will compete for Tequila's affections. The show is set to debut Oct. 9.