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The case was pretty simple: One guy in his late 40s was suing a 23-year-old dude, whom he met on Grindr, for money he had lent him after the two met up at Applebees. The comedy in the case came from the way the defendant initially described the app, the audience's reaction to said description, and Judy's no B.S. response to the claim that the two had connected during a search for mere “friendship.”
“No, then you go on a website to make friends!” she said, cutting to the core of the matter with trademark Judge Judy logic and wit. “You go with college friends! But you went on a particular website. I mean, if I were looking to just make friends, I wouldn't go on a website that said, you know, it's just for little old Jewish ladies. I would try to expand my horizons a little bit, do you understand? Do you understand what I'm saying to you, sir? So then you met Mr. Starnes, who is considerably older than you are. So if what you said is you wanted to make friends, one would think you'd wanted to make friends with a contemporary of yours, rather than someone who is older.”
Grindr, Jack'd, Scruff, Tinder, etc etc stories?
This looks like it might be a fun show
He could have his pick of any lady in the land, and Cody Simpson had a bit of a struggle categorizing three of his famous female friends while chatting with Blunt Talking.
The handsome singer was given the choice of “Eff, Marry, Kill” with three lovely ladies- Selena Gomez, Jennifer Lawrence and Kendall Jenner.
Cody squirmed as he admitted, "Okay, this is very difficult because one of these girls I dated her sister, one of these girls is a friend of... you know, and Jennifer Lawrence... I'm not sure.”
And finally he announced, “I’m gonna kill Kendall, just because I don’t wanna… Iwouldn’t get too far in the other two categories. I’m gonna effJennifer Lawrence and I’m gonna marry Selena.”
Alli Simpson is quickly making her mark in the world of music and modeling. Taking after her older brother Cody Simpson, this 16-year-old is storming the music industry with her latest single "Guilty." As well as being a Radio Disney host, this fashion maven is teaming up with KISS lashes and imPRESS Press-On Manicure by Broadway Nails, bringing a new range of nail designs to the table. This will be her second year partnering with the stylish brand. Tribute caught up with the Australian blonde beauty who is gearing up to release her fourth single this summer.
What did you want to do growing up?
It was funny. We moved to America about three to four years ago for my older brother, Cody, who got discovered on YouTube. He wanted to pursue his career and I had no idea what I wanted to do. When we moved here, Cody got into show business and I was getting opportunities so I thought while I’m here, I might as well start up my own.
What’s it like having a talented and famous brother who is always in the spotlight?
Did Codyhave any impact on your decision to enter the limelight?
Of course! He was the one who inspired me in the beginning. He was like "You should try modeling. Get in the studio and record a song." He was the one who made me think I can do this.
I’d like to collaborate with my brother. We’re always singing together around the house. I think it would be really cool to get in the studio and record a professional song with him. We’re working on that at the moment, so it’s going to be cool.
I would say my brother. He’s always the one helping me and giving me advice. If I’m wearing something I shouldn’t be then he’d be like "Alli, it’s not cool!" He’s truthful with me as I am for him. I get his help in the studio and he helps me with my photo shoots. He always brings out my confidence.
Fifth Harmony are back, they’re sexier than ever, and they’re making it perfectly clear who’s “Bo$$.”
Camila Cabello, Normani Hamilton, Dinah-Jane Hansen, Ally Brooke, and Lauren Jauregui’s highly anticipated single, “Bo$$” — the first off their upcoming debut album — is an upbeat girl-power anthem that features the fivesome demanding your respect, showing off their confidence, and unabashedly getting exactly what they want. Or, in other words, to quote the single, they’re on some ‘Michelle Obama sh–.”
But the First Lady — who gets ultimate ‘BO$$’ lady respect on their track with the line “purse so heavy getting Oprah dollars” — isn’t the only name Fifth Harmony drops in the song. The track opens with trumpets blaring over catchy hand claps as heavy bass sets in before the girls cleverly drop lines like “You’re talking to a lady, I want a Kanye and not a Ray J.”
With a message reminiscent of Destiny’s Child’s “Bills Bills Bills” and “Independent Women,” the “X Factor” alums proudly sing about the fact they don’t need a man as they “pledge allegiance to my independent girls in here.”
“I see you tryin’ to holla/ But that ain’t how I was brought up, next/ working for the money cause that’s what my momma taught me so your ass better show me some respect,” they sing.
“The whole point of this song is for girls who are our age to turn it on and feel confident and empowered because at this age being insecure is such a normal, common thing,” Camila told MTV News on the set of the “Bo$$” video. “So I think when you turn that song on, feel sexy and feel good about yourself, so the whole point is about being yourself and liking it.”
Harmonizers will no doubt notice that the girl group’s shown some serious growth both musically and lyrically since their hit single, “Miss Movin’ On,” but they promise fans that it’s nothing “too drastic,” just a “very natural” progression.
“As we grow, our music grows, and it’s very natural and organic and it’s nothing that’s forced, which is really really important to us because we don’t want to just do something drastic just to do it,” Ally said. “We want to do something that’s more real to us.”
Female empowerment sells products. We know that. Ten years ago Dove launched its Real Beauty Campaign, telling us we’re beautiful the way we are and it became one of the most talked-about successes in modern marketing. And last year, Pantene’s clever #Whipit campaign focusing on the double-standards women can experience at work went viral.
The latest of this genre comes from Always. As part of a digital and social media campaign, a video has been shot by Lauren Greenfield (who won the Sundance Film Festival’s Directing award for The Queen of Versailles) and it is, well, inspiring. It brought a lump to my throat, even though I know it’s exploiting my emotions in an attempt to flog me sanitary protection.
The video opens with adult men and women and a young boy being asked to act out what it means to throw, run and fight “like a girl”. Cue pathetic, flappy-handed attempts at the tasks. Greenfield then asks preteen girls to do the same. They sprint as fast as they can, punch hard and throw with all their might. The contrast clearly makes the point that girls lose confidence and self-esteem as they grow up, perhaps in part because they hear people berating others for behaving “like a girl”.
A redefinition of the expression is obviously long overdue. The campaign #LikeAGirl aims to make it “a phrase that represents the strength, talent, character and downright amazingness of every girl”. Viewers are invited to share pictures and videos of “amazing” girl moments via its Facebook page and Twitter feed. The response has been phenomenal. So far the YouTube video has been watched by more than 20m people.
But some companies do get it spectacularly wrong. Samsung’s Women of Steel competition was lambasted on Twitter for announcing it was looking for women whose “superhuman strengths make them inspirational role models” and promising the winner a new kitchen. Ouch! Talk about perpetuating the gender stereotype.
Some have also criticised the Always campaign, saying that brands are exploiting the fact that women want to see intelligent portrayals of themselves on screen. It’s sad that what lies behind these videos are the sale of sanitary pads or shampoo, they say, while there is still a woeful lack of strong female characters and female directors in feature films. Others say the commercial's self-righteous tone is irritating because the worthy message has nothing to do with the product.
Yet does that matter? Surely anything which kickstarts the right conversation and shifts social norms is a good thing - even if it is a global brand using its platform to do so.
Summer blockbuster season is officially upon us, and you can't have a summer blockbuster without a proper action hero. After all, someone needs to stare into the distance with grim determination, crack jokes in the middle of a tense fight, run in slow motion away from an explosion, and make audiences everywhere swoon over the silhouette of their perfect profile in the sunset. 2014 has its own crop of actors competing for our affections and wallets, all of them hoping to be the next big movie star. But which one is truly the most heroic? Who stands triumphant over his fallen comrades as the best action hero of the year?
The Ones We've Seen:
Chris Evans, Captain America: The Winter Soldier
Who He’s Playing: Captain America, duh.
Strengths: A lot of the time, people seem to think that Cap is a dull, by-the-book, overly-serious character who’s focused on nothing but rules and easily confused by technology. But Evans gives him dimension, charm and the kind of biting wit that is normally associated with Tony Stark. He easily carries the film with his performance, which is by turns sympathetic, intense, and incredibly hilarious, and he managed to make the most impressive, complicated stunts look simple and graceful. Plus, he has the best profile of anyone on this list, and everyone knows an action hero is nothing without a strong jawline.
Weaknesses: As charismatic as Evans is, Cap often gets overlooked in favor of the more dramatic or hilarious characters, like the Winter Soldier or Falcon, since they’re a bit flashier.
James McAvoy and Michael Fassbender, X-Men: Days of Future Past
Who They’re Playing: Professor X and Magneto, of course.
Strengths: One of the things that make the X-Men movies so great is the chemistry between Professor X and Magneto, and McAvoy and Fassbender have it in spades. Every time these two are onscreen together it’s exciting, which makes them one of the best action hero teams around. They also bring a sense of gravitas and depth to their characters, rather than just letting the stunts and effects carry the film, which makes their characters and relationship even more compelling, and the X-Men films as a whole more enjoyable. McAvoy’s drunk, depressed Charles is a tour de force performance that you’re unlikely to see in most summer blockbusters.
Weaknesses: As interesting as they are together, their performances can easily get lost in the complicated plot and cast of thousands. Sure, McAvoy and Fassbender are brilliant together, but when you left the theater, the only person you were still talking about was Quicksilver.
Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Godzilla
Who He’s Playing: Ford Brody, a US soldier specializing in EODs.
Strengths: Like Wahlberg, Taylor-Johnson looks like an action hero. He’s got the steely gaze, the clenched jaw and the trademark action hero biceps, all of which help him come across as a tough, capable soldier. He’s best in the quieter moments when Ford is reuniting with his family or connecting with his father or comforting a lost child on the train, which gives him a bit more depth and charm than the average hero.
Weaknesses: Unfortunately, that’s the only thing that Ford Brody has going for him. He’s rather generic, staring out at monsters with a blank face and getting little to do other than running from disaster to disaster. If only Godzilla had realized that Ken Watanabe was the real protagonist of the film; maybe then Ford wouldn’t seem so bland.
The Ones We Haven’t:
Chris Pratt, Guardians of the Galaxy
Who He’s Playing: Peter Quill a.k.a. Star Lord, a pilot and thief who teams up with a band of misfits in order to protect the galaxy.
Strengths: As anyone who has ever seen a single episode of Parks and Recreation can attest, Pratt basically radiates charm. He’s funny, he’s warm, he’s likable and if the trailer is any indication, he can kick some serious butt as well. A goofy action comedy is the perfect vehicle for Pratt, and the combination of his comedic chops and his natural gift with stunts (he does every single one of Andy Dwyer’s pratfalls himself) should be enough to turn him into a proper movie star.
Weaknesses: Pratt might be just a touch too goofy to be taken seriously as an action hero. Sure, he’s tall and buff, but he seems more likely to hug your than punch you, which might make it difficult for audiences to see him as a tough, intimidating superhero.
Scarlett Johansson, Lucy
Who She’s Playing: Lucy, a woman with the ability to access and control her brain’s full potential, which gives her the ability to control the world around her.
Strengths: With experience as both a leading lady and a superhero, Johansson should have no trouble blending both to create an exciting, original character. As Lucy, she gives off a strong, independent vibe that’s at once intimidating and compelling. And we already know that Johansson’s able to inject a healthy dose of charm into whoever she’s playing, so it seems like Lucy might just beat the boys at their own game.
Weaknesses: She’s got a complex, convoluted plot to contend with, which means she’ll need to spend a lot of time rattling off exposition. That takes away from the time the audience spends getting to know the character, and if Johansson doesn’t make it interesting enough, it could keep them from connecting with Lucy.
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Who's your fav action hero this summer?
Just four days ago Brandi and Adrienne reignited their feud with a massive fight on-camera.
But on Thursday, the two were smiling and hugging it out as they stood outside a restaurant while filming new scenes for their show. Glanville, 41, and Maloof, 52, met for an on-camera lunch date for the show, despite RadarOnline's report that the pair are back to fighting.
Brandi donned crisp white cigarette-style pants, a fuchsia button-up blouse, white wedges, tan shades, and a taupe handbag for the lunch date. Her returning co-star, Adrienne, dressed her petite frame in a pair of black and navy blue floor-length trousers, a hot pink halter top, and carried with her a black quilted Chanel handbag.
The blondes' outing on July 3 follows their reported blow-out fight while they attended Kyle Richards' Annual White Party on June 30. An insider told Radar: 'Everyone remembers the contentious relationship they previously had, as Adrienne had accused Brandi of leaking private information about her family.'
The source added: '[On Monday] Adrienne attempted to have a civil conversation with Brandi, but it quickly got out of control'.
'Brandi accused Adrienne of attempting to use her to get famous, and get back on the show,' the insider further claimed. 'It was sad because Adrienne really did have the best intentions but it wasn’t reciprocated by Brandi.'
RumorFix has confirmed that Lisa Rinna will be on at least on episode of the new season of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills and there is speculation she may be one of the new Housewives.
Word leaked out because Lisa was at Kyle Richards’ annual White Party last Saturday, which was videotaped for the show. “Lisa has been to many of Kyle’s parties before, but she’s never been on camera,” our insider told us, “this time she was on camera just like the rest of the Housewives”
And, RumorFix has confirmed that both Camille Grammer and Adrienne Maloof are returning this season doing cameos on the show that made them famous. We understand Taylor Armstrong, who is moving back to Beverly Hills from Colorado with her new husband, is in talks to return as well.
And it’s pretty clear to everyone on the cast that Carlton Gebbia and Joyce Giraud were not invited back to play with the girls for Season Five.
Lisa Vanderpump, Brandi Glanville, Kyle Richards, Kim Richards and Yolanda Foster are all coming back though. In fact, at the famous White Party, our insider says, “All the girls were getting along, but Lisa and Brandi didn’t interact much.”
Danielle Staub is campaigning hard to be a New Jersey housewife yet again. In a tweet posted on Saturday, July 5, Danielle claimed that she turned down the opportunity to return several times. Yet apparently her feelings on the show has changed because she also revealed that she wouldn't say no now.
A fan tweeted Danielle asking her what her conditions are to return to the show. Danielle admitted that she has no conditions and that it's up to the network Bravo and Andy Cohen to make a decision. She made sure to include Bravo and Andy's Twitter handles in her reply so that they would be notified of her tweet.
When another person mentioned returning housewife Dina Manzo, someone else wrote that the producers only brought back Dina because Danielle declined the opportunity, which means Dina was a second choice.
When someone asked Danielle if that was true, Danielle confirmed that it is true that she declined several offers but added that she won't now. So far, she has not elaborated on why she declined earlier and what is so different now that she would go back.
sources: Examiner, RumorFix, DailyMail, RadarOnline
STUNNING. Tom who?
Corey talking to Samwise Gamgee and some nobody
Corey and Nobody
Not Corey 
Not Corey 
Not Corey  (Is that Keamy from LOST tho? Dang)
Not Corey 
Not Corey 
Corey working the HAZMAT suit
J.J. Abrams' Star Wars: Episode VII has already enlisted a number of well known and extremely talented actors, from the members of the original cast to franchise-newbies like Oscar Isaac, Lupita Nyong'o, Andy Serkis and Max von Sydow. But the epic blockbuster is also opening some doors for new talent. We already know that young actors like John Boyega and Daisy Ridley will be having their profiles raised thanks to the help of the new Star Wars film, but now news has come down that they will be joined by two more newcomers.
StarWars.com has revealed that unknowns Crystal Clarke and Pip Anderson have signed on for parts in Star Wars: Episode VII. Both were found by the production through the open casting call that was held at the end of last year. Over 37,000 actors were considered from 11 cities in the United States and the United Kingdom, and 30,000 more submitted their applications online. Said producer and Lucasfilm president Kathleen Kennedy about the most recent additions to the Star Wars cast,
"The Star Wars universe has always been about discovering and nurturing young talent and in casting Episode VII we wanted to remain absolutely faithful to this tradition. We are delighted that so many traveled to see us at the open casting calls and that we have been able to make Crystal and Pip a part of the film."
The press released doesn't mention the actors' parts in the film, but Crystal Clarke is described as an American actress who is currently studying in Glasgow, Scotland. She has already worked on her first feature, The Moon and the Sun, which is expected to be released next year. You can see her official headshot below:
As for Pip Anderson, we can probably expect that he will be involved in at least one big action scene, as he is a practitioner of parkour. To get a sense of his abilities I would recommend watching the video, which is an ad he acted in for Sony, playing Spider-Man.
With production wrapped up in Abu Dhabi back in May, the Star Wars: Episode VII production is currently filming at the legendary Pinewood Studios in London. Next month the plan is to have a two-week hiatus that will allow Harrison Ford time to recover from his on-set injury last month. The official word is that the movie is still on schedule and is still going to come out on December 18, 2015.
Then, just four hours later, the company issued a swift retraction on its website, noting it had looked into the issue and decided to reinstate the Australian.
The whole thing was very strange and smacked of miscommunication and ineptitude—odd for such a typically well-run company like WWE.
Over at PWInsider, Mike Johnson explains why management made the call to give the Diva another chance:
In asking around, one of the beliefs as to why Emma was reinstated was that other talents have been arrested for far more serious crimes and were not let go, which could have left the door open for questions to WWE about why she was let go for a far lesser offense. A few wrestlers also believed that TMZ running a headline noting she was let go for a $22 item could have led to WWE re-thinking the release as it made them look bad.
Certainly, firing Emma over the arrest seemed to be a big overreaction on the company’s part, especially considering some of the legal problems of other stars over the years.
As TMZ mentioned, the Diva was charged with sixth-degree misdemeanor larceny and sentenced by a Hartford court to a whopping one day’s worth of community service. The matter is seemingly over with now.
Interestingly, her lawyer wrote off the incident as a mix-up with the self-checkout machine, which sounds perfectly plausible considering how tricky those things can be. It’s questionable whether she intentionally meant to do anything wrong in the first place.
Was it an embarrassing story? Of course. But really, it’s hard to call this a big deal. Arguably, the company only brought further attention to the incident with its weird antics here.
YASSS don't mess with the kween !!
With New York City’s annual Gay Pride Parade and the one-year anniversary of the repeal of DOMA going down last week, it’s already shaping up to be a pretty gay ol’ summer for many members of America’s LGBT community — and I mean that in a good way, obviously.
Now I don’t want to be a Debbie Downer (who am I kidding), but a pair of interviews published last Friday (June 30) caught my eye precisely because they complicate this clear-cut portrait of queer acceptance. Twenty-two-year-old Detroit-born rapper and singer Angel Haze and 21-year old British supermodel Cara Delevingne, speaking to The Independent and The Telegraph, respectively, opened up about their sexuality, their sexual identities, and navigating both in the public eye.
The responses that Haze and Delevingne give might not be press release-ready for GLAAD or the HRC (no Ellen Degeneres “Yep, I’m Gay” 1997 Time cover answers here), but it’s important to hear them out and keep an open mind. Just because these two celebrities are famous and attractive, they’re still a couple of young women boldly being themselves under intense scrutiny. That choice alone deserves so much respect.
Besides, they’re not the only young people tackling such issues head-on, and to dismiss them would mean dismissing countless others by proxy.
In talking about her relationship with Ireland Baldwin, Haze, who apparently “slayedddddd” Glastonbury on Saturday, noted the media’s tendency to label her and her girlfriend as “best friends.” After positing that the de-sexualizing of her relationship probably has something to do with the fact that both she and Alec Baldwin’s daughter are women, the “Battle Cry” rapper reportedly concluded that: “An interracial gay couple, I mean that’s just weird for America right now.”
Haze, who openly identifies as pansexual, distanced herself from The Independent‘s interview almost immediately following its publication on Friday. “Next time quote me right,” she tweeted.
Even if the quotes printed by the outlet don’t fully represent Angel’s views, they still make a fair point. If America truly were ready for an interracial gay couple, then the media would probably know how to cover them like the super-cute, super-awesome celebrity couple that they are, instead of alternating between lesbian erasure and overly clinical obsession. In other words, we’d see a whole lot more of BuzzFeed‘s “Ireland Baldwin And Angel Haze Are On Another Level,” and a whole lot less of The New York Post‘s “Alec Baldwin Must Be Shocked By Daughter Ireland’s Same-Sex Pal.”
Coverage of Haze and Baldwin’s relationship stands in stark contrast to some advice Sam Smith shared with Fresh 102.7 last week:
“Just be yourself, and don’t make [your sexuality] an issue,” the “Stay With Me” singer said on the subject of coming out of the closet, an experience he was forced to navigate all over again himself in a very public way this past spring. “If others around you are making it an issue, I understand. Fight for your rights. But let’s make it a normality.”
I wish that the coming out process were as simple as just being yourself, but the media’s treatment of Haze and Baldwin’s relationship kind of throws a wrench into that optimistic view.
Comparatively, Cara Delevingne is less forthcoming in her interview with The Telegraph. Unless we’re talking about her bunny, Cecil, whose presence the model-turned actress announces by screaming “Peeing! Peeing!” at the top of the interview. (FYI, we’re not talking about her bunny, Cecil.)
As the conversation veers away from her style and social media presence and towards her sexuality — she was photographed kissing “Fast And The Furious” actress Michelle Rodriguez courtside at a Knicks game back in January, among other places — Delevingne paused to gather her thoughts before answering: “I think people shouldn’t be scared of that. I’m young, I’m having fun, I don’t want to pretend to be something I’m not.”
While Cara never clarifies or DTR (Defines The Relationship), her coded answer doesn’t strike me as an evasion. (Hello, coded communication is only, like, fundamental to queer culture. See the hanky code, Boston marriages, LITERALLY MOST OF THE OTHER THINGS.) It sounds like Delevingne views her sexuality as something she doesn’t really feel all that compelled to define — but she sure as hell knows when she’s being pressured to deny it or put a label on it.
While Haze and Delevingne can only speak directly to their individual experiences, their words no doubt speak volumes to the experiences of many other young women (and men, and old women and men, and medium-aged women and men) whose sexual identifies won’t always fit neatly into every acronym — all of whom deserve to have as much pride this summer as their lesbian, bisexual, gay, and straight peers.
Say what you want about them, but I love how Angel and Ireland are open about their relationship given they are struggling not only with the lesbian but also with the interracial aspect of it. Also have you watched the video of her serenading Ireland at festival? Cuteness
Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner continued their 4th of July tradition of taking their children - Violet (8), Seraphina (5) and Samuel (2) - to watch the Parade in Pacific Palisades on Friday.
They've been enjoying an Italian getaway together.
And unlikely friends Zac Efron and Michelle Rodriguez were pictured flying into Sardinia Airport via a private jet on Thursday.
They were accompanied by their host, Italian businessman Gianluca Vacchi and his girlfriend.
That day, Gianluca shared an Instagram video hopping out of the private jet and kissing the ground, with the caption, ‘SARDINIA finally!!! enjoy #GVlifestyle’
Zac, 26, and Michelle, 35, were last pictured together at Porto Cervo in Sardinia on July 25, embarking on a boat ride.
It appears they have returned after vacationing elsewhere. Sardinia is the second largest island in the Mediterranean Sea.
Zac and Michelle looked coordinated on Thursday, and were both clad in head to toe black.
The Neighbors actor sported a sweater over shorts with high socks and sneakers and a duffel bag slung over his shoulder.
Feeling warm, he then removed his outerwear to reveal a blue and white T-shirt.
On the downside of being a sex symbol:
On Justin Bieber:
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On Jay Z:
Answers Twitter questions:
What a thoughtful, engaging, and charming young man!
What are your favorite GameBoy games? I bet we all know the answer as it was a huge system seller.
Former X Factor judge Nicole Scherzinger has said that she has a special “connection” with the gay community.
The former Pussycat Doll told Gay Times: “It’s a connection. It’s just this strong, proud, diva connection, I feel like. Everything who we want to be, right? I think that as strong and empowering as we are, we’re very vulnerable too. Men and women in the gay community just have a more understanding and empathetic heart, and at the same time, an empowering and encouraging, triumphant heart to come out of that. It’s the combination of tough resilience and glamour that gets us every time."
“I come alive when I’m at G-A-Y in front of the gay community. I feel the most powerful and have the most confidence, because they just bring it out of me, they embrace and celebrate that. And I think in a gay club everything is always better, because you just feel the acceptance and the love. You feel like your energy comes out and you can just LIVE. And just work it and people will just love you even more for it, you know?"
In December, Scherzinger defended X Factor winner James Arthur, after he called another singer a “f***ing queer” in a rap battle. She said: “I’m just there for him. I don’t read the press, I know who he is as a person, I know his heart. I’m just there to support him.”
Ian Thorpe will be quizzed about his sexuality, in a Michael Parkinson. In his typically frank manner, Parkinson asks Thorpe if he is gay, a rumor he has repeatedly denied.
In a preview, Parkinson asks Thorpe: 'You've always said that you're not gay... is all of that true?' Viewers will have to wait until the interview is shown on Australian TV channel TEN on 13 July called Ian Thorpe: The Parkinson Interview.
The Sydney native retired in 2006, only to announce his return in 2011. Parkinson said he was eager to interview Thorpe because of his athletic career, and life outside of the swimming pool.
‘Ian has always been near top of my list to interview. The reasons are obvious. Not many athletes can claim to be the best of all time. Ian can,’ said Parkinson.
‘His fight against depression offers a unique insight into the darker side of celebrity and success.’ Thorpe has repeatedly denied rumors he is gay. In 2012, while promoting his autobiography, he spoke to an Australian reporter about the rumors.
'I don't want to offend by... getting angry about it, getting frustrated about it. The only part that I'm frustrated with is that people think that I'm lying.'