The Hollywood connection to Scientology has always been pretty strong, but Leah Remini hopes the new documentary “Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison of Belief” will help to tell the real story of the controversial cult.
Having left the church back in 2013, the “King of Queens” actress is glad that some of the closely-guarded secrets are now out in the open. On Sunday (March 29) Remini tweeted, "Thank you to the brave who did something about it. And to those who didn't have a voice, you do now."
She’s one of the most prolific pop stars in the game these days and Katy Perry credits a select few ladies with helping to inspire her along her journey.
The “I Kissed a Girl” singer told Glamour's April 2015 issue that comedian Jenny Slate is one of her favorite comedians- “Jenny starred in my favorite film of 2014, Obvious Child, and guest-stars on one of my favorite TV shows, Kroll Show. I think every woman can relate to her dark, unfiltered approach to comedy (and to her delightful Twitter feed, @jennyslate).”
Last year she was unceremoniously dismissed from her co-host chair at “The View,” and now Jenny McCarthy has revealed that the honchos thought better of their hasty decision.
During her interview on “The Howard Stern Show,” the former “Singled Out” starlet declared, “One of the producers called and said would I ever consider it? And I said, ‘No, thank you.’ Because I couldn’t be me. I think they might try one more year and then I think the Titanic might go down.”
Following up his surprise appearance at Ariana Grande's show on Saturday (March 28), Justin Bieber decided to get in on the action during Skrillex’s concert at Miami’s Ultra Music Festival on Sunday evening (March 29).