Well obvisiously i think tom cruise( ooh i hope i don't get sued)! John Travolta (must be a sciencetolgy thing)..Tobey Maguire,Leonardo Di Caprio,Hayden Christenson(dam!).Orlando Bloom (double dam)..due to several blind items by ted
I think I'd heard that once, but I'm not sure where. I've also read Topher Grace from That 70s Show, and Justin Berfield from Malcolm in the Middle.
i also want to add Matthew McConighey,Ryan Seacrest,and Jessie Metcalfe.
Gay or bi or straight?
My roommate doubted my gaydar on Topher recently. I think he's adorable so perhaps I'm biased. So we googled.
*imdb.com bio for topher says nothing about relationships. hmm.
*nmdb.com bio for topher lists Anne Hathoway and Ginnifer Goodwin as girlfriends. ok.
*imbm.com bio for Ginnifer calls him "real life friend topher grace" not "boyfriend topher grace." hmmm.
*nmdb.com bio for Anne says '"casually dated" 1999-2004"'. mmmmm.
So, Topher's publicist calls them girlfriends but if you ask the gf's they "casually date" and "are real life friends". This is what discreet gay guys do.
Topher lives in the
He seems pretty chill to me so I don't think you're going to spot him dancing with his shirt off at the Roxy, but he's definately playing for our team. Sorry chicas.
Originally Posted by Streetdancer
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Ryan Seacrest not quite out
Yesterday afternoon, local radio star Craig Carton took the ball and ran with it
With a rare celebrity guest in the local studio, Carton shrugged off the politically correct line of questioning and zeroed in on the one topic that was bound to cause a fuss with Ryan Seacrest, the host of the No. 1 television show in the nation, "American Idol."
After a minute or two of niceties, Carton asked Seacrest whom he’d rather spend the night with, past "Idol" singers Clay Aiken or Kelly Clarkson.
Then, after Seacrest deflected the question by saying that both "Idol" personalities were very talented, Carton stopped mincing words
"Ryan," Carton said, "Are you gay?"
"Ryan, are you a homosexual?"
With that, Seacrest was headed for the door.
"I can’t stay here, man," Seacrest said. "I gotta jet.
The "American Idol" star stormed out of the studio and into the NJ-101.5 offices, but he was coaxed back into the studio with the understanding that the rest of the interview would center on the television show and not on his personal life.
"This was supposed to be about the show, about ‘American Idol,’" Seacrest said when he returned to the air
Co-host Ray Rossi, an admitted "Idol" fan, was ready to move on, but Carton wouldn’t let up.
"Are you gonna walk out again if I ask you about it?" Carton asked Seacrest.
"Absolutely. I’m outta here," said Seacrest.
Immediately, Carton asked "Are you gay?" "You know," Seacrest said, "I don’t know why I trusted you."
And, again, Seacrest was out the door, this time for good.
Then, for the better part of the next two hours, Carton and Rossi, known as "The Jersey Guys," kept replaying the two Seacrest interviews.
They also kept replaying one listener’s phoned-in comments, where she called Carton "a hate-mongering Jew."
They even added special effects to that comment, adding an echo over the last word as they replayed it over and over again.
"I’m the one who should be offended here," said Carton, who said of Seacrest: "I think he’s probably a good guy. I don’t know if he’s gay or not, I just know he wouldn’t answer the question."
Last night’s "Idol" was part of the show’s fifth season, and Seacrest has been host for the entire run.
Last year, the show recorded over a billion (that’s with a b) viewer votes regarding which amateurs should advance in the talent competition which produced previous overall champions in Kelly Clarkson, Ruben Studdard, Fantasia and Carrie Underwood.
"American Idol" first hit the
Seacrest has been featured in "People Magazine" as one of
In addition to his "Idol" gig, Seacrest hosted this year’s (and is the heir apparent of) "Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve," hosts a morning radio show in Los Angeles and is an occasional television fill-in for Larry King.
Seacrest recently signed a deal with E!, a cable television channel, in which he’ll continue to report before the Academy Awards and other awards shows for E!’s "Live From the Red Carpet" and will take over as managing editor and anchor for "E! News" beginning in March
So, just what was he doing in
We’ll never know since he walked off the show - twice - before any of those questions could be asked.