What a horrible person.
At the time, the religious leader had written on Twitter:
[Image via Glynn County Detention Center.]
Some witches like to be mean girls.
A friendship that has clearly defied more than just gravity; it's defied the GOSSIP!
ON THE TONYS
Chenoweth: "I always saw Glinda as a supporting role, but the producers said 'You got these amazing reviews…. You should be in Leading Actress.' And I said, 'Whatever - I didn't do this job to win a Tony.' I had one [for You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown in 1999.] Never in my wildest dreams would I have thought I would win - but I was happy when my costar won, because that meant our show won."
Menzel: "For a long time I was worried I was going to be fired, so to be recognized that way…it's still hard to talk about it. You don't feel 100 percent worthy, especially when you're on stage with someone like Kristin."
ON THEIR RUMORED RIVALRY
Menzel: "We were like sisters, together constantly. Kristin and I have the ultimate, utmost respect for each other and admiration for what each of us can do. When you work together for a year and a half, you bite — I bite my husband's head off nightly — but we were real advocates for each other and tried to protect each other and stand by each other."
Chenoweth: "We're very different actors and we don't see each other very often, but that doesn't mean there was drama. Are the Friends still seeing each other every day? Do Jennifer Aniston and Courtney Cox and Lisa Kudrow get together for lunch? They'll forever be linked and I"m sure they'll always have a bond, but they probably don't get to see each other as much as they'd like."
So put that on your broom and zoom off, rumors! Ha!
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