Joe Jonas says he's been to gay dance clubs - quite by accident - but always had a great time. "We went out with some of our friends who are gay," Jonas tells Pride Source. "I just think we live in a world where obviously it's not a big deal . . . you can have fun wherever you go."
Jonas, whose former lovers include Victoria's Secret model Gigi Hadid, is fully aware his new disco band, DNCE, draws plenty of gay fans.
"A lot of guys come out to the shows, some gay guys as well, and I love that," he says. "They rock out. They have fun, and I feel like the music is helping people express themselves in a way."
Female celebs - and womenfolk in general - aren't the only people obsessed with weight. It's just that the guys generally keep their dieting on the down-low. Not author, playwright, filmmaker, and actor Tyler Perry, who shows off his new physique on Facebook.
He's lost a lot of weight, but is still 18 pounds away from his target. "I hope I don't blow it this holiday season. Gonna try to stay on it," Perry, 46, writes.
Perry, whose mom was diagnosed with diabetes at 40 and died at 64, tells middle-age dieters: "It's hard as heck to lose weight after 40, but it's so worth it. It keeps the doctor away. Don't let anything keep you from being healthy and strong. . . . Fight back!!"
It took Adele's new LP, 25, just three days to sell enough copies to become the year's top-selling album. Released Friday, the British singer's third album has so far sold 2.4 mil copies in America, according to Nielsen SoundScan. The next best-selling LP of 2015 is Taylor Swift's 1989, which has sold 1.9 mil units so far. Released in fall 2014, Swift's album has sold a total of 5.4 mil copies.
Tyra Banks, 41, did not quit her syndicated TV talk show, FABLife, because she was feuding with co-host Chrissy Teigen. If there had been friction between the two, Teigen said, she would have been the one to leave and not Banks, who created the show. Banks recently told USA Today whe wants to focus on her makeup collection, Tyra Beauty.