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Anderson Cooper renews CNN contract through 2016

CNN’s chief silver fox is staying put, at least through the next presidential election.

EW can confirm that Anderson Cooper has renewed his CNN contract, inking a deal to stay with the cable news network through 2016’s presidential race. (The Hollywood Reporter first broke the news.)

The intrepid newsman came to CNN in 2001, after a stint at ABC News (and host of The Mole); he’s hosted his signature show, Anderson Cooper 360°, since 2003. From September 2011 through May of this year, Cooper also hosted a syndicated talk show called Anderson.

Anderson Cooper receives parcel from ex-LA cop, murder suspect

Law enforcement officials are inspecting a package CNN’s Anderson Cooper received from a former Los Angeles police officer who allegedly killed three in a shooting spree.

CNN spokeswoman Shimrit Sheetrit said Thursday that a parcel containing a note, a DVD and a bullet hole-riddled memento were sent by Christopher Dorner and addressed to Cooper’s office. READ FULL STORY

Anderson Cooper talks coming out on premiere: 'The tide of history only moves forward when everyone is truly visible'

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On today’s season premiere of the newly rebooted Anderson Live, host Anderson Cooper was chatting with guest host Kristin Chenoweth about what the pair had done over the summer, repectively, and Chenoweth brought up Cooper’s July reveal that he was gay. “I’ve always been out to my co-workers and stuff,” said Cooper. “It’s just not something I ever talked about it publicly because as a reporter I didn’t think it was appropriate—it didn’t seem like part of my job.”

Anderson Cooper comes out: 'The fact is, I'm gay'


CNN anchor and daytime talk show host Anderson Cooper has publicly declared he’s gay.

In discussing last week’s Entertainment Weekly cover story on the emerging trend of celebrities nonchalantly coming out of the closet, Cooper revealed his sexuality to Daily Beast blogger Andrew Sullivan. Sullivan emailed Cooper about the story, noting that public figures revealing their sexuality still matters, even if many are no longer startled by the news. The 45-year-old newsman has always been private about his personal life and has long been rumored to be gay.

“We still have pastors calling for the death of gay people, bullying incidents and suicides among gay kids, and one major political party dedicated to ending the basic civil right to marry the person you love,” Sullivan wrote. “So these ‘non-events’ are still also events of a kind; and they matter. The visibility of gay people is one of the core means for our equality.”

To which Cooper responded: READ FULL STORY

Answer: Anderson Cooper, Lewis Black, Dr. Oz -- Correct response: Who will compete on 'Jeopardy' Power Players Week?

Jeopardy! has announced the line-up of celebrities who will participate in the special “Power Players Week” tournament. Silver fox Anderson Cooper, New Girl cameo maker Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, and Lewis Black are just a few names on the eclectic roster of competitor, who each stand to earn $10,000 for their charity (winners earn a minimum of $50,000). Click through for the full list of celebrities and their causes. READ FULL STORY

Anderson Cooper apologizes for Dyngus Day giggle fit, gets asked to become the Pussy Willow Prince -- VIDEO

Anderson Cooper added himself to his RidicuList segment last night after he was chastised for breaking out in a fit of giggles while describing Dyngus Day, a  Polish-American holiday, during Tuesday’s AC360.

Cooper clarified that he didn’t put Dyngus Day itself on the RidicuList, but rather anyone who missed out on the holiday. He also explained that the “This is so stupid” remark he made during the giggle episode was directed at his inability to hold it together, not the holiday.

“I said it was stupid because it’s stupid that a grown man giggles like a 13-year-old girl meeting Justin Bieber for the first time,” he said, drawing the same comparison he used in August after breaking out in laughter while discussing Gerard Depardieu’s airplane urination incident.

To prove just how seriously he took his hysteria, Cooper invited Eddy Dobosiewicz, the co-founder of Buffalo’s Dyngus Day Celebration, to his show to comment.

“Although you have upset many, many people here in Western New York and throughout the land, we accept your apology, Mr. Cooper,” said Dobosiewicz, who then extended an invitation to Cooper to join in the Dyngus Day festivities next year, and asked him to become the first ever Pussy Willow Prince. Watch the apology below: READ FULL STORY


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