Rumors are flying about Star Jones' cute husband's homosexuality. But her new book doesn't address them--or how Star lost 150 pounds. What if poor ol' Star lost that weight because her fag husband gave her--no, I won't go there. But the below article, by my friend Daniel Kusner at the DALLAS VOICE, stirs up some rumors just as juicy. Well, almost... If you love to hate Star like I do, you'll thoroughly enjoy this well-written piece.
TV host-turned-relationship-advisor blows a fuse when questions arise regarding the ‘down low’ phenomenon and her husband’s sexual past
DON’T GO THERE: In Star Jones Reynolds’ new book, “Shine,” you won’t get any solid answers about how she lost all the weight. And there’s almost nothing about the intense speculation regarding her husband’s sexuality.
Star Jones writing a book about finding the ideal husband is like Anderson Cooper listing the best ways to score with hot chicks. Something just doesn’t sound right.
Star Jones added the last name Reynolds in 2004, exactly a year after she met Al Reynolds, a handsome Wall Street banker, eight years her junior. After a brief romance, Reynolds proposed to “The View” co-hostess during halftime at a Lakers game in February 2004. And that’s when the publicity machine kicked into gear.
Star and Al posed for countless couples portraits. They even launched a website that’s still up and running, StarandAl.com. But as the couple prepared for a lavish Manhattan wedding that rivaled the David Gest-Liza Minnelli nuptials, items about Al’s sexuality began appearing in gossip columns — all because Al once shared a house on Fire Island.
Then something weird happened.
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