The normally fiercely private Renee Zellweger has opened up about something extremely intimate.
In a recent interview with Vulture to discuss her soon-to-be released Judy Garland biopic, the actress was asked her opinion on the fact that both Judy Garland and her daughter, Liza Minnelli married gay men.
"It's interesting that both Judy Garland and Liza Minnelli married gay men, I say, and here she makes the most complicated and hilarious face imaginable, one that seems to say, all at once, Haven't we all? And Go Figure!" the reporter wrote, adding:
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"'Cute's cute,' she says. 'Handsome is handsome! Sweet is sweet. If it works... I mean... I mean! Sometimes it just doesn't really matter. It just didn't. If there's a spark, it just is, and who needs to explain it?' (At the moment, she's single, after a long relationship with a musician, her previous high-profile boyfriends include Bradley Cooper, Kenny Chesney, Jim Carrey, and George Clooney.'"
The Oscar-winning star famously married country singer Kenny Chesney in May 2005, however, the pair split just four months later, with now 50-year-old Renee citing fraud as the reason for their annulment.
The fact the term ‘fraud’ was used sparked speculation at the time that Chesney was gay – something which he vehemently denied.
"I didn't want to draw any more attention to it. I didn't have to prove to anybody that I wasn't [gay]. I didn't feel like I really did," he told Anderson Cooper two years after the couple’s divorce.
The Bridget Jones star also spoke to Vulture about her feelings on being asked about her relationship to the gay community.
"I just sound like a jerk, because I don't think about it, which kind of sounds like, Oh you're just indifferent to it. And it's completely the opposite! I had a very hard time answering his question," she told the journalist, adding: "And then I thought, Well, what isn't it? I'm not a wife of, I'm not a daughter of, and I'm not a sister of or a mother of' any gay men. "But I'm everything else! I'm the obvious: I'm an ex-girlfriend of, I'm a best friend of, I'm a mentor of, I'm a student of, I'm a client of, a partner of, I'm a neighbour, I'm a boss, a collaborator. I'm a patient. I'm a customer. I'm a constituent!"