The evidence is expanding... And no, we don't mean baby bumps!
Here's what has fans speculating Miley is ready to pop out a little Aussie demigod:
[Image via Daniel Tanner/WENN.]
Beauty and the Beast will be enchanting audiences worldwide this weekend — except for Malaysia, which has decided to postpone the film's release to conduct an "internal review."
The live-action Disney remake was set to open on Thursday in the Southeast Asian country, but has been put on hold over controversy sparked by the story's portrayal of a gay character.
Earlier this month, it was reported that a theater banned screening the film because Josh Gad's LeFou had more than you're average guy crush on Gaston (Luke Evans), and had *GASP* an "exclusively gay moment" at the end of the film.
Well, it looks like the homophobia isn't just exclusive to Alabama, as Malaysian theaters are very clear they do not want to spread "gay propaganda" to minors.
Local theater chain GSC Cinemas said it will refund customers who bought tickets in advance. A Disney spokesperson told Malaysian newspaper The Star:
Colton Haynes is spoken for!
The stud and his beau, Jeff Leatham, each snapped the fireworks pic you see above for their social media announcements of the big news. Here's how Colton confirmed it on his account in full (below):
On Tuesday, the 23-year-old quickly responded to claims she was homophobic by saying that not only was she "homosexual for two years" but she later "chose to be heterosexual."
Note: Sentences that start with "I'm not homophobic, but…" usually don't end well, bb.
Take a look at her controversial tweets (below):
Fadi Fawaz tells his side of the story…
Prior to this reveal, there were rumors circulating that the singer died from drugs, with many pointing the finger at his boyfriend.
Now that the truth is out, Fawaz feels "vindicated" from these "very cruel" allegations.
Recently, the photographer did an interview with the Daily Mirror where he breaks his silence regarding the official news. He said:
Kristen Stewart is putting it all out there.
For a chat with London's Sunday Times, the A-lister revealed that she was never "hiding" anything about her romantic past and/or sexual orientation. She explained:
"I wasn't hiding anything. I didn't talk about my first relationships that went public because I wanted things that are mine to be mine. I hated it that details of my life were being turned into a commodity and peddled around the world. But considering I had so many eyes on me, I suddenly realized [my private life] affects a greater number of people than just me. It was an opportunity to surrender a bit of what was mine, to make even one other person feel good about themselves."
Very fair. In fact, after the scrutiny she faced while dating Robert Pattinson, KStew became at odds with the public. The 26-year-old continued: