LOS ANGELES - Barry Manilow has finally lowered his guard on his personal life and revealed that he is gay. In an interview with People, the 73-year-old music icon -- who created hits like "Copacabana" -- not only revealed his sexual orientation, but that he's married to Garry Kief. Kief is Manilow's manager, business partner, and president of Barry Manilow Productions. The two married in Palm Springs in 2014. Manilow revealed that he kept his sexuality quiet because he was worried how his fans would take it.
LOS ANGELES - Tomi Lahren's nightly talk show on Glenn Beck's the Blaze will not be on the air this week, the conservative digital media outlet's managing editor Leon Wolf told CNN on Monday. A Daily Caller report earlier on Monday alleged that Lahren was suspended from the Blaze after her Friday appearance on "The View," where she revealed that she is pro-choice. "I am a constitutional, y'know, someone that loves the Constitution. I'm someone that's for limited government," she said.
LOS ANGELES - Oprah Winfrey said that she is not so dismissive of the idea of running for president. In an interview with Bloomberg Media's David Rubenstein, Winfrey said that she "never considered the question, even the possibility. I just thought, 'Oh. Oh.'" Rubenstein then referred to Trump's election, as he is the first figure to ascend to the presidency with no government and military experience. Winfrey said, "I thought, 'I don't have the experience. I don't know enough.' And now I am thinking, 'Oh.'" It is unclear just how serious she was.