11 responses

  1. Andrew
    May 10, 2010

    Look at that! Someone from Oklahoma not being a bigot. No seriously, I already loved her. But this makes me love her a little more. OK represent!

  2. Evan Hurst
    May 10, 2010


  3. Lindoro Almaviva
    May 10, 2010

    You go girl!

  4. Rebecca
    May 10, 2010

    Kristin Chenoweth is so great.

  5. Patrick
    May 10, 2010

    I love her on Glee. I love her even more now.

  6. James Ash
    May 10, 2010

    Wow indeed, Evan! Thanks to BTB and Timothy for careful journalism showcasing a wonderful model of exemplary Christian courage and integrity. Imagine a world full of such passion for simple human rights! Again, wow!

  7. Regan DuCasse
    May 10, 2010

    And John Barrowmen! Let’s not forget John Barrowmen!
    He was up for playing Will on “Will and Grace”.
    Even then, a gay man didn’t get the role playing a gay man!

    I don’t care how gay or not…but gimme Capt. Jack 24/7!


  8. Burr
    May 10, 2010

    That was an especially salient point tying this into the plight of Jewish actors.

    Well done, Kristin.

  9. Andrea
    May 10, 2010

    Goodness, but I do love this woman. Kristin, thank you for being such a wodnerful person. And so dang articulate too!

  10. CB
    May 11, 2010

    BRAVO, Kristin, BRAVO!!!

    IRT the Newsweek article – Some people just can’t get past their internal prejudices. If you didn’t know that an actor was gay, and was playing a ‘str8′ role, you’d accept it. However, if an openly gay actor played a ‘str8′ role, suddenly it’s unbelievable. That is the whole problem with the article. The author ASSUMES all actors are straight until such time they come out as gay. Once they are open, their characterizations are no longer acceptable/believable. It’s roughly the same thing as saying an actor has become bigger than the role they are playing. When you go and see Brad Pitt, Tom Cruise or George Clooney in a movie, do you see the character they are portraying or do you see Brad Pitt, Tom Cruise or George Clooney? I think the public would be surprised to find out how many actors/actresses are gay or bi. The author of that article just can’t get past his internal prejudices. Actors play roles, some succeed, others do not. It DOES NOT depend on the actors sexuality but it does depend on the characterization, chemistry between the actors and YOUR acceptance, perception and prejudices.

    Thank you Kristin for saying what needed to be said.

    For tweeters, you can give her thanks @ http://twitter.com/kchenoweth

  11. DaveM
    May 11, 2010

    Don’t forget her early roles as Mr. Noodle’s sister, Miss Noodle, from Sesame Street!

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