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Renée Zellweger spoke candidly about her split from ex-husband Kenny Chesney in a new interview with The Advocate published on Thursday, September 8. “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.
Four months after Zellweger married the country star in May 2005, she filed for an annulment, citing “fraud” as the reason for their split. Of course, there’s the bigger-picture problem of why anyone had to make up a story at all.”After filing for the annulment in September 2005, Zellweger issued a statement clarifying that the term “fraud” was “simply legal language and not a reflection of Kenny's character."“I’d said all I needed to say on that subject,” she told The Advocate when asked if she felt she needed to defend Chesney at the time.
With a small video camera in tow, the 60 Minutes team joined him as he was preparing to go onstage.
He begins hidden in a road case, rolled into the middle of the stadium, through an unsuspecting crowd.
Chesney, whose pre-show warm-up music is often heavy on hip-hop, told LZ Granderson of ESPN: “I don’t know everything about every player who comes to our shows.
We invite the teams in the places where we play, and I’ve found the guys from the NFL are some of the most inspiring people I meet all year.
“I don't believe in discrimination in any form, and I think using language like that is not only unacceptable, it is hateful beyond words.” “To judge an entire audience by one loudmouth isn't fair . “The music I make is about living life, loving life and loving everybody — no matter who they are.
That’s how I was raised, and what someone else does or says doesn’t reflect who I am or what my fans stand for.” At the June 9 tour stop at the Linc - an annual ritual for fans of his toes-in-the-sand Jimmy Buffet flavored faux-country pop, which this year also featured Eric Church and Kacey Musgraves - Chesney brought a bunch of Eagles, including Cooper and coach Chip Kelly, up on stage for the football themed "Boys of Fall." And as Josh Foulck reported on Lehighvalleylive.com, Cooper acted out on stage, moreso than his teammates: "Cooper, wearing a plaid red sleeveless shirt and jean shorts, showed the most enthusiasm during the song, running around the stage slapping hands of fans and showing off some unique dance moves.
As CNN's Anderson Cooper reports for 60 Minutes, last year alone Chesney made million on tour.
But his "In the Mix" column in the Weekend section ventures further afield, into books, movies, TV, the Internet, graphic novels and anything you might call "popular culture." Are Kenny Chesney fans racist?
Or is Eagles wideout Riley Cooper, whose racial slur at a Chesney concert in June at Lincoln Financial Field was caught on a video that went public yesterday, an unrepresentative outlier whose actions are his and his alone and should not be used to stereotype a massive audience of country pop fans?
At one point, Chesney missed singing a few lines as he watched Cooper in amazement.
The former University of Florida wide receiver stayed on the stage after the rest of the Eagles exited, continuing to run around the stage and play to the crowd." The Inquirer's review of the show, by Brian Howard, is here.
" Cooper asks."We are in the middle of Ford Field in Detroit, Michigan, and we are literally in the middle of about 60,000 people right now," Chesney replies.