Who is kristin chenoweth currently dating
Ramin Setoodah, the openly-gay author of the article, specifically singles out Chenoweth’s leading man, Sean Hayes (calling his casting a problem--”the big pink elephant in the room”), and the recent appearance on TV’s by Tony nominee Jonathan Groff.
Despite his reality TV fame, Jake is single once again, and it was his lust for celeb that did him in!Higgin’s fate will either see him join a very small group of married Bachelors or the larger club of those in Splitsville.Then there’s the rejected ladies who have the chance of being the next “Bachelorette” — a title often coveted more.“The more she pulled away, the more clingy he became.” The blue eyed hunk had an unhealthy “obsession with fame” and “was desperate to extend his 15-minutes of fame and he was using her career as a step up.” Kristin gracefully crossed from stage actress and singer to TV and movie supporting actress, and has become something of a household name.But she saw through his charisma to “his hot temper” and saw he was using her as a “meal ticket to Hollywood.” Jake was devoted to climbing the fame ladder, and ultimately Kristin “didn’t trust him.” It shouldn’t come as too much of a surprise—we all know that the Bachelor franchise won’t end in true love—just a few morning talk show gigs and a couple of tabloid covers!But the offense I take to this article, and your decision to publish it, is not really even related to my profession or my work with Hayes or Jonathan Groff (also singled out in the article as too “queeny” to play “straight.”) This article offends me because I am a human being, a woman and a Christian.
For example, there was a time when Jewish actors had to change their names because anti-Semites thought no Jew could convincingly play Gentile.
Kristin may not be up for any Oscars, but she’s well respected in the acting community, and can do way better than a needy fame whore!
Do you think Jake and Kristin could have made it work, or was the writing on the wall a long time ago?
Because she deserves as big as a soapbox as is available, we reprint Chenoweth’s comments below, with thanks to
Chenoweth writes: As a longtime fan of publishing Ramin Setoodeh’s horrendously homophobic “Straight Jacket,” which argues that gay actors are simply unfit to play straight.
The couple ended their engagement after a few months and both have since moved on and married.