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In an interview with Advocate, Zellweger explained, "Bridget doesn't necessarily fit the paradigm but she succeeds anyway. She makes it OK for all of us to be human."However, when tabloids began reporting that her ex-husband Kenny Chesney was gay after she cited "fraud" as the reason for annulling their marriage in 2005, she was saddened and hurt."I forgot about that. Of course, there's the bigger-picture problem of why anyone had to make up a story at all."Speaking of made-up stories, Zellweger also addressed the rumors that she had found her "pearl" in one of her gay best friends in real life."I'm lucky to have handfuls [of gay male confidants].The majority of my closest friends are gay, and I have my pearl," she explained.Kenny Chesney and Jason Aldean took their talents to Lambeau Field on Saturday.Chesney’s concerts have been known for ruckuses and grass destruction at football stadiums in the past.
soon, bringing back a character that connects to so many groups of people in all different ways.For example, she's formed a special bond with the LGBT community by not only playing out the friendship with her gay bestie Tom (James Callis), but also by simply staying true to herself and seeking someone who loves her exactly the way she is. "It made me sad that somehow people were using that as a way to be cruel and calling someone gay as a pejorative, which has fateful consequences."I went to Miami for New Year's Eve some years back with him and his boyfriend, and we got paparazzied on the beach."She recalled a funny moment, "We had a very Bridget Jones moment: He had no desire to be photographed in his trunks, so he told me, 'You need to get out of here and go for a run right now!' Some tabloid ran the photos and wrote, 'Has Renée finally found her pearl? ' He's family to me."Read more about Zellweger's connection with the LGBT community on Advocate.
It’s worth noting that this was not indicative of the revelers in attendance, but damn if it wasn’t a whole lot of them!
Nevertheless, Aaron Nagler of SI and the great Packers blog Cheesehead TV made the salient point that it’s hilarious that the franchise was alright with this concert at Lambeau, but not a Brett Favre charity flag football game.