Country music has lost a legend. “Rhinestone Cowboy” singer Glen Campbell passed away at age 81 on Tuesday after battling Alzheimer’s. Campbell released more than 70 albums in his iconic 50-year career, with many hits during the ’60s and ’70s. Read more here.
Cynthia Nixon is the latest celebrity to be supposedly moving into politics. The Wall Street Journal reported last week that the former “Sex and the City” star is considering running for governor of the state of New York. But Nixon addressed the rumours during an appearance yesterday on “Today”, when guest host John Cena asked if she heard the rumours. “Yes, I have heard those rumours as well,” she said. When they wouldn’t let her get away without confirming or denying the rumours, she said: “You know, I think there are a lot of people who would like me to run […] And I think for a variety of reasons, but I think the number one is education. I’ve got three kids who are in public school or came through the public school system. And we’ve got a real problem on our hands in New York state.” See the full interview here.
Actor Jeffrey Tambor, who you may know from his roles in “Transparent” and “Arrested Development” is the latest actor to receive a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. The actor, who won two Emmys for his role in “Transparent” and is nominated for a third time this year, had his star unveiled in a ceremony yesterday. Find the details here and watch the video below.