Kym Johnson on Her Drag Race Guest Gig and That Sizzling DWTS Chemistry with Robert Herjavec

Carson Kressley & Ted Allen Say Queer Eye Forced Them to Come Out

Ten years ago, a handsome and gabby group of five gay lifestyle experts blazed onto the TV scene as makeover savants, opening doors to their worlds of culture, beauty, food and style – and in the process, exposing for many hopeless heteros what it’s like to live and thrive as a gay men.

Carson Kressley Picks Up Some Early Holiday Gifts

Carson Kressley, who recently competed on Dancing with the Stars, scoped out the goods and loaded up on stocking stuffers at Real Simple’s Holiday Pop-Up Shop in New York.

Carson Kressley Felt Like He 'Belonged' on DWTS

While some contestants leave Dancing with the Stars teary-eyed, on Tuesday night when Carson Kressley was eliminated, he maintained the same positive attitude he demonstrated all five weeks on the show.

Kressley explained that the entire cast made him feel like he “belonged” from the minute he first met his partner Anna Trebunskaya until the moment they were sent home.

Dancing with the Stars: Another Contestant Is Eliminated

As the last two elimination episodes of Dancing with the Stars have proven, being at the top of the leaderboard doesn’t necessarily equal safety from dismissal.

Monday night’s lowest scoring couples – Carson Kressley and Anna Trebunskaya, Chaz Bono and Lacey Schwimmer and Nancy Grace and Tristan McManus – have consistently been placed in the bottom by judges, but have been saved each week by voters.

Dancing with the Stars Eliminates Another Contestant

Carson Kressley charmed the crowd and judges on Dancing with the Stars, but his lack of technique has hurt him.

On Monday night, he and partner Anna Trebunskaya came in last place with 20 points, following their Pirates of the Caribbean-themed Viennese Waltz.

Carson Kressley's Dog Is Right at Home on the Range

While Carson Kressley plays dancer, his dog, Scooby, is holding down the farm.

The TV star and fashion expert, who’s currently cha-cha-ing his way through Dancing with the Stars, once said that his Christmas wish was to get a puppy and a boyfriend. Well, Santa was listening.

“The puppy happened,” Kressley told PEOPLE at the American Humane Association Hero Dog Awards presented by Cesar Canine Cuisine. “Sometimes boyfriends are like puppies, too. Kind of like getting two for one.”

Daily Insider for March 1, 2004

March 1, 2004
The United Nations had a special visitor last week: Nicole Kidman, who slipped into the interpreters’ booth to prepare for her next movie role. This month, Kidman and Sean Penn begin filming The Interpreter, a thriller about a UN translator who overhears a conversation that puts her in grave danger. Kidman watched the interpreters in action during a Security Council meeting on Iraq.

Carson's Queer Eye for Straight Stars

Newly launched fashion guru Carson Kressley, of the Bravo TV hit “Queer Eye for the Straight Guy,” has some words of advice for some straight stars, reports the New York Post.

Not that the advice is necessarily limited to heterosexuals, bisexuals, metrosexuals or gays, says Kressley, given the show’s (pardon the expression) mandate: “We are waging a war against bad taste.”

“It’s not about gay or straight – it’s about guys helping guys,” said Kressley, 32. “It’s about building bridges between our communities – one straight guy at a time.”