The Harry Potter author said hormone treatment is being prescribed as “the new anti-depressant.”
Pop Smoke’s posthumous album Shoot for the Stars, Aim for the Moon arrives this Friday.
The Rock & Roll Hall of Famer remains concerned about the economy, but tones down his rhetoric.
The festival’s announcement was met with widespread backlash on social media.
Gibson has already lost one film role in light of allegations he made anti-Semitic and homophobic remarks to Winona Ryder.
During his SiriusXM show, The Boss also called Trump’s response to COVID-19 “a national disgrace.”
N.W.A. rapper has also been signaling his support for far-right conspiracy theories like QAnon.
The Recording Academy is also requiring voting members to fill out a conflict of interest disclosure form.
The Nirvana bassist came under fire for saying Trump “knocked it out of the park” with a recent speech.
The Smiths leader has long supported racist, far-right political party For Britain.
In the controversial 2000 clip, Fallon impersonates Chris Rock.
She’s also unveiled a new spoken-word poem with a reference to Sylvia Plath.