Leave it to Charles Barkley to say what we're all thinking in the boldest way possible! LOLz!
When asked to comment on Jason Collins coming out as a gay NBA player, Charles had some choice things to say… and mainly, he wants everyone in the NBA to realize that if they think they've never played with a gay player, that they're a bunch of idiots!
Not only that, but Charles believes that jocks have gotten a bad rap for a lot of years, and that absolutely the NBA is ready for more gay players! He believes that society is more homophobic than teams in locker rooms!
Ch-ch-check it out! He did it for a new Weight Watchers campaign, which not only has the highest weight-loss success rate, but also worked for Charles personally.
Here's what he says in the interesting ad:
“Diet is not a man’s word because we don’t like to diet—we like to eat. Like a lot of athletes, I’ve gained weight since I’ve retired. But, I don’t want to be a fat, old man taking lots of pills. Weight Watchers is helping me change my lifestyle and learn how to make smarter eating choices anywhere I am.”
He's actually talking about making sure you don't gain all that hard-lost weight back! Charles has actually lost a lot of weight doing Weight Watchers, so he knows what the's talking about — he looks fab!
She has been fighting to carry on, and she has certainly been succeeding.
It has only been about five months since Cory Monteith suddenly and tragically passed away, but Lea Michele is finding her strength anywhere she can.
And in recent weeks, she's been strong enough to open up about the horrible loss she experienced and everything that came with it.
While visiting Ellen DeGeneres' show, Lea revealed what life was like for her during the early days of his passing, including staying at Kate Hudson's house, going back to work on Glee, and dealing with the paparazzi.
None of it has been easy, but with the memory of Cory to hold onto, Lea is on her way to healing.