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Clay Aiken thinks jokes about him are “funny” “half the time,” but gay questions are “insulting”

Clay Aiken has a sense of humor about the jokes that often make him their target. And they’re not all that unfamiliar. “I spent years and years in middle school getting picked on, so I’m kind of used it,” he tells The Calgary Sun. “First of all, I usually don’t watch (the talk shows) and …

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Starting Over shows momentum; producer “hoping this season is a real breakthrough year”

Starting Over is getting ready to begin its third season, and it’ll do so with “some recent momentum: season-to-season growth in key adult female demos, 40 station upgrades and a recent Daytime Emmy win for special-class programming,” according to The Hollywood Reporter. Jonathan Murray, of the show’s production company Bunim-Murray, says “I’m hoping this season …

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Cast member once dated the son of Martha’s Apprentice adviser

One of the contestants on The Apprentice: Martha Stewart once dated the son of one of Martha Stewart’s two advisers. Bethenny Frankel “dated Brian Koppelman, whose father, Charles Koppelman … is chairman of Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia” and is one of Martha Stewart’s two advisers, the New York Post reports. He’s filling the George role. …

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BBC reality show challenges sexually active teenagers to abstain for six months

A new BBC reality series will see what happens when sexually active teenagers stop being horny and start abstaining. The series, called No Sex Please, We’re Teenagers, will allow viewers to watch as “two Christian youth workers tried to get participants to swap ‘casual sex for old-fashioned courting rituals,’” BBC News reports. The dozen 15- …

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