In his new memoir, Andy Cohen flatly asserts that Hollywood actor Kevin Spacey is gay. “I still get enraged when I think about [Spacey] talking about being in love with that woman on 60 Minutes,” he writes. “Come out, sir.” Given the Bravo host’s stature, the passage has caused a ruckus in gay and entertainment circles. (The book carries a glowing blurb by none other than Anderson Cooper.) Still, Cohen’s statement hardly lacks supporting evidence—such as a few long-lost photos published nearly 15 years ago.
On yesterday's episode of Jimmy Fallon's variety grabbag talkgab television whirlwind, Kevin Spacey came on to play a round of Wheel of Impressions with the former SNL walking laugh track. In his mastery of a number of celebrity impressions, it seemed like Spacey wasn't just playing a game—he became those guys. Listen to how good he does it.
Kevin Spacey is currently starring as legendary attorney Clarence Darrow at London's Old Vic Theatre, and, although he's played the role at that same theatre before (in Inherit the Wind), his performance in Clarence Darrow is especially challenging because he's doing it in the round. The last thing he needs is some asshole's ringtone messing it up for him.
On Friday's Tonight Show, Kevin Spacey sang Jason Derulo's "Talk Dirty" with Jimmy Fallon's barbershop quartet, The Ragtime Gals. They did a great job.
Don’t worry, it’s very PG-13. Otherwise, beware of spoilers ahead.
Here's a trailer for Horrible Bosses, the new star-studded comedy about a trio of unhappy dudes who decide to kill their, well, horrible bosses. The cast is great (Charlie Day! Colin Farrell! Aniston!) and the concept is fun, so why does it look so... dull?