In the other thread here, about celebrities people were surprised to find out were gay, someone mentioned Johnny Galecki. For whatever reason, I always detected gay vibes from him, but he has a girlfriend. That guy sets what little gaydar I do have pinging like there's no tomorrow.
Terry Gross, the NPR host, was another person I always assumed was gay. Thought for sure he was gay but the man was married to his first wife for 50 years (until her death) and then, at 75, married a woman 50 years younger than him and fathered 2 children with her before his death 9 years later. So imagine my surprise when late in the interview he mentions his wife of forty-something years. Well I have to add him to the list I had in my original post. Anyone got the "Straight" Dope on ol' Barry Manilow??? ) that he has been married to a woman for many years, and while he played gay bars a lot when his career was just starting out, he was personally full-on hetro, even though he was often identified with gay culture...........
“He has everything that he needs to win a gold medal and I really hope that he can do it,” Moceanu said.
Like many gold medalists including gymnast Nastia Liukin and women’s hockey player Angela Ruggiero, Moceanu is taking her support of Lysacek to Twitter, sending several Lysacek related messages to her more than 3,000 followers.
Dominique Moceanu knows what it takes to be the best in the world.
In Atlanta, she was a part of the first United States gymnastics team, known as the Magnificent Seven, to win Olympic gold.
She just has that stereotypical lesbian appearance and demeanor. I have to say I was surprised to learn today that Evan Lysacek, who just won the gold medal in Men's Figure Skating, is dating gymnast Nastia Liukin. I was shocked to hear the words "my wife" come out of his mouth, much less the fact that they've been married that long. I think there were some Cheever-esque rumors of his making clumsy drunken passes at guys, but nothing confirmed. He mentioned his wife in an episode recently, which made me do a spit-take. I could have sworn that I'd heard years ago that Jason Alexander (George on Seinfeld) was gay.
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“It’s been a huge inspiration to see great gymnastics champions on the box, like Mary Lou and Carly, plus the ‘Magnificent Seven’ from 1996.
It’s a privilege and an honor for me to be on the box, and I’m very excited to be part of the Wheaties tradition.” Nastia credits hard work and determination for her success.
A few weeks ago I was listening to NPR's "Wait Wait Don't Tell Me" and he was the celebrity guest in the "Not My Job" segment.
Someone asked Werner Klemperer and he said "Bob was the most heterosexual man I ever met" which was probably true since he tried to screw just about any woman he met. I just assumed he was gay for years and years, until last year I read he had a wife. Not a household name in his own right, but I thought for years that Pearl Jam bassist Jeff Ament ( was gay.