Follow your bliss
Sure, the economy is tanking but that doesn't mean wishes can't come true. Lots of people are still getting what they want:
It wasn't enough for Mike White and his father Mel to be, respectively, the writer of "School of Rock" and the leader of gay Christian activist group Soulforce -- no, this family duo dreamed of reality television!Stephen Harper needed someone with charisma to read his conciliatory Throne Speech yesterday and there was the adorable Michaelle Jean, covering his ass and debuting her brainy specs for the occasion. Take that, Michael Ignatieff!
Lynette worried that our cute-and-snarky Canadian ex-pat actor Chris Leavins was "going downhill." Chris crushed those fears, along with the rest of Lynette:
When I interviewed "Torchwood" star John Barrowman last summer, he admitted to wanting to host his own variety show on BBC One. If you're an aspiring UK singer, looks like it's Captain Jack to the rescue once again.
Hong Kong audiences are in love with 3-D movies! But will their desire for having things thrust in their face extend to the first 3-D porn film?
At 62, Sylvester Stallone seems determined to maintain his late '70s "Rocky" physical peak. I don't know what demonic ritual is responsible but, on the set of his new movie, he seems to be pulling it off in vein-tastic style:
In younger, prettier news, Paulo Henrique wanted to be a model. Now he is and I couldn't be
harder happier for him!
I once drank too much white zinfandel and imagined an album that would combine Pet Shop Boys, Girls Aloud, Final Fantasy, the Smiths and Tchaikovsky. My dream comes true in March! And here I thought the Boys' cover of a classic Madness song was already closer to heaven:
"I don't know how to be sexy," says "Harry Potter" star Daniel Radcliffe, adding, "when you know a gay guy has a crush on you it is the most flattering thing." I think Daniel's naked plea for manly attention will pay off very soon.
Out gay singer Matt Alber set out to make a lush, gorgeous video for his heartbreak song, "End of the World." I think he succeeded: