Toronto mayor Rob Ford took to YouTube to deny he's against gay people. The embattled politician said, “I am not homophobic. I will go to anyone’s house, anyone’s place to help them out. I take offense when people say that to me,"as he defended a request for a Pride flag atop City Hall to show solidarity with Russia's gay community during the Sochi Olympics be taken down. The Ford brothers have launched a weekly online show as part of a re-election bid by the Toronto mayor, despite a continuing media storm and police investigation following admissions of alcohol and drug abuse.
2014 is already proving to be a busy year for hilariously funny actress Rebel Wilson! So much so, the talented darling is currently surrounded by three major mega-movie projects! In a recent interview, Wilson dished on everything that's been keeping her busy these days, including a new friendship with Robin Williams, whom she co-stars with in Night At The Museum 3. Wilson also added that rehearsals for Pitch Perfect 2 will begin in April. In addition to her movie projects, Wilson will be wrapping the first season of her ABC comedy Super Fun Night this week on February 19.
Jimmy Fallon's first Tonight Show brought in 11.3 million viewers. It's not as high as Jay Leno's 14.6 million-strong sendoff, but given the late hour and smaller Olympics lead-in, it's a strong sampling. Fast Official ratings for Monday also lift Fallon's overnights in the key demo. The host averaged a 3.8 rating among adults 18-49, putting him on par with Conan O'Brien's 2009 Tonight debut. Among total viewers, Fallon came in just shy of O'Brien's 11.9 million. Compared to his last episode of Late Night, Fallon was up 71 percent from 6.6 million viewers.
Models packed up and show spaces were dismantled as London Fashion Week wrapped up Tuesday, February 18th, after five days that saw a flurry of catwalk action, celebrity sightings, and typically fickle British weather that left fashionistas drenched one moment and reaching for their sunglasses the next. The fashion pack are heading for more new season displays in Milan after a series of frenetic catwalk shows led by Burberry Prorsum, Christopher Kane, Topshop, Tom Ford and Vivienne Westwood, among others. Monochrome outfits, high-shine plastic-look and metallic fabrics, and embellishments like beading and sequins were popular. 1960s and 70s shapes and colors — think burnt orange, mustard, olive and brown — featured in a number of shows.