164 posts categorized "GLOBE MAGAZINE"
Globe (January 21, 2013) really finds the sore spot in the Hillary Clinton story. Classy.
Inside Globe (January 21, 2012), the young (but legal) most recent boyfriend of voice of Elmo Kevin Clash speaks out about accusations that he has had sex with underage boys for years.
Nathaniel Prince Jackson, 23, talked about how he was "lured" to a hotel room for sex by Clash, says Clash would ogle and make lewd comments about teenagers when they were out and about and reveals that he was dumped via a cell call:
"I'm calling to say good-bye. I'm turning my life around and have to let some people go, including you. I wish you the best in life."
Ola Ray, Michael Jackson's leading lady from his "Thriller" music video, is now 52 and tells Globe (December 24, 2012) she has a contract stating she is due 6% of all profits from the video. She was paid no more than $25,000 over the years, not counting "stupid residual checks" for amounts like $23.
Also of note is her story of their star-crossed non-affair:
"I did see him naked. I thought he was very cute and sexy—and he wanted 'it.' But I wasn't that kind of girl. I believe in relationships—and wanted to be in one with him."
Unfortunately, Mama Jackson allegedly disapproved. Gee, you'd think she'd disapprove of his hanging out with nubile teenage boys and sleeping over with them more than she would of his pursuing a relationship with a rather conservative-sounding young adult woman!
Roger Moore tells Globe (December 10, 2012) that his surefire way of putting off men who wanted to bed him was to tell them:
"I have a strange disease which I picked up in the Far East. I haven't been seduced yet by a man."
Hilariously, his wife once overheard some movie-goers talking about an affair he was for sure having with a fellow male actor. I'm sure hearing that left her...shaken, if not stirred.
Globe (December 10, 2012) has ghoulish fun guessing what famous, died-young celebs would look like today. In some cases, they pile on, such as in their prediction that John Belushi would be "fat, bald and broke" today. Still better than dead!
Above, the gallery shows (in order) the rag's physical predictions for Marilyn Monroe (a philanthropic, much-surgeried recluse with a fortune from a fragrance line), Michael Landon (an unrecognizable fitness guru), Bob Marley ("riding high at 67"), John Lennon ("balding but young at heart"—the mag sees hair loss as being only one step above death), Natalie Wood (the queen of Hollywood, and I suspect they used Betty White's body and Kris Jenner's face for her photo illustration), Jackie (unchanged and still a Kennedy-clain matriarch, JFK Jr. (with graying temples, the "Mr. Sheffield!"-esque stud would be divorced and kid-free), Belushi, Nicole Brown Simpson (a hot Housewife) and "wrinkled poet" Jim Morrison.
George Clooney's sister, Adelia "Ada" Zeidler, has granted an exclusive interview to Globe (November 19, 2012) in which she talks about his thoughts on marriage and parenting. She also comments on those persistent rumors that he's secretly gay:
"'That's ridiculous. We don't even listen when people say things like that.'
"In fact, Ada, 52, says her 51-year-old brother was a lady killer even in high school.
"'He had several girlfriends back then,' she reveals."
Okay, gays: Hands up if you had girlfriends in high school!
Globe (November 12, 2012) points out that while Mitt Romney's cousin (he probably has 300 brother-cousins in all) Ron Romney is a convicted sex offender/child molester, hey, at least Mitt was born in America and never sold cocaine in college and does not bother Donald Trump in the slightest.
Actually, kinda funny this is billed as Mitt being caught up in a sex scandal. Is he his cousin's keeper?
Longtime soap diva Maureen Garrett, famous for her stint on The Guiding Light, has come out as gay, according to Globe (October 29, 2012). She's been in a committed relationship for 20 years and has three sons.
Of note is Globe's framing of her "stunning secret" and this particuarly obnoxious paragraph:
"When asked how she managed to portray a straight woman so convincingly for all those years, Maureen explains, 'It was acting!'"
Exactly. Why is that so hard to understand? Full Globe article after the jump...