Jim Parsons "Not Engaged" To Todd Spiewak
Jim Parsons "Not Engaged" To Todd Spiewak
To Draw Attention to Climate Change - Obama Visits Alaska
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The National Enquirer isn't exactly reliable. After all, the tabloid recently claimed that Neil Patrick Harris and David Burtka are on the brink of divorce (a claim the Hedwig actor denied via a happy family photo). And in the very same issue, sources said The Big Bang Theory's Jim Parsons recently proposed to Todd Spiewak, his boyfriend of 12 years. According to The National Enquirer, Spiewak had "wanted to get married for a long time" and felt as if they were "treading water in their relationship." Parsons, who will earn a reported $1 million per episode as part of his recently renegotiated Big Bang Theory contract, was supposedly "scared of change." However, a source claimed he had a change of heart, saying, "He finally told Todd, 'The thought of losing you is scarier than anything I can imagine.'" That's when Parsons decided to propose...according to The National Enquirer. In reality, the proposal never took place. Sharing a picture of himself posing with Spiewak, Parsons told his Instagram followers Friday, "Me and Todd in 2003. Still very happy today... And NOT engaged!
As part of a trip he hopes will draw attention to the effects of climate change, President Obama on Wednesday became the first sitting U.S. president to trek north of the Arctic Circle. President Obama looks at Bear Glacier, which has receded 1.8 miles in about 100 years, while on a boat tour to see the effects of global warming in Resurrection Cove, Alaska. Obama said “What’s happening in Alaska is just a preview of what will happen to the rest of us if we don’t take action, it’s our wake-up call,”
Protesting French farmers brought more than 1,500 tractors to the streets of Paris Thursday to demand more government help. An agricultural crisis has left some farmers near bankruptcy. The demonstration follows a summer of protests by farmers exasperated by falling prices. France's largest farmers' union organized the protest, arguing that relief measures announced in July are not enough. Farms are facing the effects of a Russian embargo on Western products as well as long-term problems linked to cheaper foreign competition and the negotiating power of supermarkets. Having led a tractor convoy more than 360 miles to the event, dairy farmer Patrice Jaouen said farmers don't want temporary subsidies, but an overhaul of the entire system.
Janet Jackson has unveiled the track list and album cover for her upcoming LP Unbreakable, which will arrive October 2nd. The 17-track LP will feature two guests: J. Cole, who appears on first single "No Sleeep," and Missy Elliott, who helped Jackson debut their collaboration "Burnitup!" According to the official Jackson site, "The album also will mark the first time Janet Jackson has opened up about her brother Michael and with reflections concerning her youth." However, it's unclear which tracks will focus on the King of Pop.
Dozens of billboards with Muslim themes are sprouting nationwide, proclaiming what organizers say is the true message of Islam and its prophet, Muhammad: peace and justice, not extremism and violent jihad. The New York-based Islamic Circle of North America has erected 100 billboards over the summer that feature statements such as: "Muhammad believed in peace, social justice, women's rights" and "Muhammad always taught love, not hate; peace, not violence.
Margaret Cho is one of the funniest comediennes around, but much of her humor stems from a dark, dark place. In an interview with Billboard magazine, Cho opens up about her dismal childhood that was overwhelmed with bullying, sexual abuse and rape. Throughout her young and teenage years, Cho endured several instances of sexual assault but admits that she didn't quite realize what was going on at the time. She said that she grew up in a time that was unsafe for women. The commedienne began therapy at 27 and turned to comedy and music to help cope. She even wrote a song titled, "I Want to Kill My Rapist."
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