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Amber Heard may be dating superstar Johnny Depp right now, but that doesn't mean she is limiting herself in her choice of potential mates.
The "Paranoia" actress who will next be seen in "Machete Kills" recently told Elle magazine she has no qualms about having revealed her bisexuality in 2010.
"I didn't want to look like I was hiding anything," she said. "I'm not, and wasn't ever, ashamed."
The actress dated dated photographer Tasya van Ree from 2008 to 2012, and has publicly discussed before how much bravery it can take to be out in Hollywood.
A former model, Heard worked with Depp on the 2011 film "The Rum Diary" and they carried their romance off screen after he split from Vanessa Paradis, Depp's longtime love and mother of his two kids. She dodged questions from Elle about their relationship and the ever-swirling engagement rumors.
"I don't imagine myself, my work, or my life, fitting into any kind of standardized path," she said. "In fact, the idea of there even being a standard freaks me out a lot."
The Miss Universe competition may be traveling to Russia, but one if its frequent hosts will not.
Bravo's Andy Cohen told fellow pageant co-host and E! News host Giuliana Rancic that he "didn't feel right as a gay man stepping foot into Russia."
"Duck Dynasty" continues to paddle in the waters of success.
According to Entertainment Weekly, the A & E reality series broke records with its return on Wednesday night as the most-watched non-fiction series telecast in cable TV history. The 11.8 million that tuned in to watch season four of the continued adventures of The Robertson family, who own a duck call manufacturing business, was a 37 percent increase from those who watched the season three premiere.
Backstreet's back, alright!
The Backstreet Boys appeared on "America's Got Talent" Wednesday night where they engaged in something old and something new. The group sang "In a World Like This" from their new and eighth studio album of the same title.
Photos: OMG boy bands through the years
But the group also appeared to be very aware that their core group of fans loves some vintage BB so they also launched into "I Want It That Way."
Dressed in all black and rocking some of their signature moves, they even had AGT judges Mel B. and Heidi Klum dancing to the beat like they were at a Backstreet concert back in the day.
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Russell Simmons found success with his raunchy Def Comedy Jam series, but he's now apologizing for some attempted humor gone awry.
The entrepreneur and one of the titans of hip hop removed the "Harriet Tubman Sex Tape" from his All Def Digital YouTube channel after some outcry over the portrayal of the abolitionist having sex with her owner in exchange for being able to run the Underground Railroad.
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