That guy crouched on the right is praying to Jaysus that no one tries and asks her a cat question. Oh, Galadriel, no! You’re the Elvish queen! You have starlight in a bottle! If you want to mind the gap (with your tongue), you do it! I knew you liked vagine the second you played that big dyke Katherine Hepburn! The way you worked a pair of slacks in The Aviator revealed all. If you haven’t guessed by this ridiculous opening paragraph, Cate Blanchett is now claiming she was misquoted by Variety about moonlighting as a lickalottapuss.
Cate’s selling that lesbian drama Carol that she’s in with Rooney Mara’s Emily the Strange meets Stains ass at Cannes. She was asked about her reportedly telling a reporter from Variety that she’d been in relationships with women “many times.”
(via The Guardian)
“From memory, the conversation ran: ‘Have you had relationships with women?’ And I said: ‘Yes, many times. Do you mean have I had sexual relationships with women? Then the answer is no.’ But that obviously didn’t make it.”
The dude from Variety stands by his story.
When I asked Cate Blanchett if she'd had lesbian relationships in real life, she said: "Many times." She was accurately quoted. #Cannes2015
— Ramin Setoodeh (@RaminSetoodeh) May 17, 2015
Before we slap the Tom “I Never Put It In A Man Ass” Hardy label on Cate, she did add that this shouldn’t even be an issue.
“But in 2015, the point should be: who cares? Call me old fashioned but I thought one’s job as an actor was not to present one’s boring, small, microscopic universe but to make a psychological connection to another character’s experiences. My own life is of no interest to anyone else. Or maybe it is. But I certainly have no interest in putting my own thoughts and opinions out there.”
Christ, if only every other celebrity buffoon would follow her lead. Then again, there probably wouldn’t be a Dlisted if that was the case. Never mind Cate, Hollywood, keep fucking that chicken.
Check out pics of Cate and Rooney Mara fighting with their large dresses along with Carol director Todd Haynes on the red carpet at Cannes below.
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