Friday, June 27th 2014
What do you think of, like, banning mittens?
Six years after her pseudo-coming-out on SNL, on Feb. 14, 2014, Page stood at the precipice of the real thing. Or lay, rather, on a bed in one of the lower-brow properties on the Vegas Strip, waiting out the several torturous hours before she was scheduled to take the stage. The speech was written, its words having flowed from her as naturally as “breathing” — particularly the most personal passages, in which she decried the “crushing standards” of the media machine. “I had to read it to a lot — like, a lot — of family members and friends to get to a place where I didn’t cry the whole time,” she says.
by Michael White
What’s the question that you’re sick of answering? Did I ask it? Anything about nudity! Yes, you asked it. Because I think it’s so boring. And like who cares? Any time someone asks me about nudity, I’m like - “Who cares?” There is so much more important things about the show, than the fact that I show my boobs.
WHAT HAVE YOU DONE TO MY SWEET LIL PRINCE, DONALD SUTHERLAND?!?