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July 5, 2012

Gay Star News takes a look at the CNN anchor's campest moments before he announced he was gay

We love Anderson Cooper for many things. He’s an excellent journalist, a talented CNN anchor and now an out and proud gay man.

He’s also not a great keeper of secrets, because apparently some people might have guessed about Cooper’s sexuality long before he came out of the closet

May 10, 2012

Britain's Got Talent judge David Walliams continues bromance with Simon Cowell after showering praise on gay semi-finalists The Sugar Dandies

Britain's Got Talent judge David Walliams is not afraid of rumors about his sexuality after flirting with music mogul Simon Cowell and joking he is a 'gay man in a gay man's body'.

The comedian made the gag during the TV talent show's semi-finals yesterday (9 May) after praising a performance by camp ballroom dance act The Sugar Dandies.

He told the gay couple, Bradley and Soren, that they reminded him of 'me and my Simon when we first met.'

February 29, 2012

'I’ll be long dead and there will still be people who say I was gay'

George Clooney showed up at Sunday's Academy Awards on Sunday with current girlfriend Stacy Keibler who was one of the evening's red carpet stunners in a gold Marchesa gown.

Despite a series of glamorous girlfriends over the years, there are always whispers that the perennial bachelor is actually gay - rumors Clooney says make him laugh.

February 23, 2012

British best-known gay soldier, James Wharton, has become a role-model for leadership

James Wharton is, without doubt, a modern gay icon - albeit a somewhat unlikely one.

An active member of the armed services (serving with the Household Cavalry), Wharton was the first openly gay person to appear on the front cover of Soldier magazine - the British Army’s official publication. Wharton and his partner Thomas were also the first gay couple to hold their civil partnership in the warrant officers’ mess of the Household Cavalry.

December 14, 2011

Critics say new iPhone app will provide hook-ups for closeted gay encounters

Straight boys are being invited to seek ‘bromance’ with a new iPhone app to allow them to find friends to hang-out with.

The Bromance app is aimed at heterosexual males aged 21 to 40 who want to hook up for a fishing trip, to shoot some hoops, an ultimate frisbee session or even a pub crawl.

But some media critics are already suggesting it could actually end up as a challenger to gay dating apps like Grindr. And that perception is also spreading to its potential users.