Last Fall on the past season on The Biggest Loser, trainer Bob Harper made the decision to publicly come out in order to help a contestant who was struggling to tell his father he was gay!
Although Bob says he originally came out when he was 17, it was the first time he openly talked about his sexuality on camera and this weekend he made his first appearance at a LGBT event since making the big announcement!
The trainer made his way to the Human Rights Campaign gala in Los Angeles on Saturday where he opened up about the huge moment, saying:
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Not feeling it.
Kerry Washington attended the Human Rights Campaign Gala in El Lay on Saturday, but sadly failed to deliver on the fashion front.
We'd gotten so used to her always looking fantastic during the promo tour for Django Unchained that this strapless black Jason Wu number leaves A LOT to be desired.
It's kinda hum-drum and seems to fit awkwardly around the bust.
It also lacks the pizzazz Wu always manages to give the outfits he designs for Michelle Obama.
We have to say both Kerry and the designer strike out with this one.
You can't win 'em all!
[Image via Getty Images.]
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Anna Wintour was honored this weekend at the Human Rights Campaign Gala for her continual support of the LGBT community.
Before receiving the Ally for Equality award, Vogue's editor-in-chief posed for the cameras in a Valentino dress she wore to a Men's Vogue dinner in 2007.
Oh well, we gotta give La Wintour some credit for carrying an Alexander McQueen knuckleduster clutch and wearing shoes that aren't her usual nude strappy sandals.
[Image via AP Images.]
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