IUC Exclusive: Saturday Night Fever…More Travolta Outing

Posted on September 27th, 2008 by HisHighness in Uncategorized

Here’s more about Travolta from Michael Pattinson.

  1. Brady Sullivan said on September 28th, 2008 at 4:40 am

    I’m glad this guy made it out in one piece and has decided to open up about his experience. Hopefully he doesn’t accidentally flip the channel to the new season of the scientologist run “My Name is Earl” and get re-brainwashed from the subliminal messages they surely put in there.

    As for Travolta, I remember a couple years ago when Hairspray came out and critics were falling all over themselves to praise John’s uncharacteristic performance in drag. Who knew that was the probably the most comfortable he’s been on screen in years?

    Then again maybe Travolta isn’t gay at all. Maybe Face Off was inspired by a real life event in which he switched faces with a homosexual. Let the rumors about Nicolas Cage’s sexuality begin!

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  2. Alicia Butler said on September 28th, 2008 at 5:56 pm

    No one who moves in a onesie the way he did in “Saturday Night Fever” could possibly be 100% hetero. Think about it.

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  3. Sebastian Fort said on September 29th, 2008 at 10:48 pm

    It’s never the ones you want to be gay, that are rumored to be gay. I am DYING to hear that Tobey and Jake were caught in a threesome with Leonardo di Caprio but never…

    This week only Jon Travolta and Paul Newman who’s DEAD are rumored…boring!

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  4. Madeline Barbara Goldstein said on October 20th, 2008 at 4:53 pm

    I think it’s really unfortunate that movie stars and other entertainers, sports figures, etc. have to hide their sexuality for their careers and to keep up a certain image. A person’s sexuality is one of the most basic parts of our humanity and to have to hide it, get into “arranged” marriages, etc. is a huge loss and price to pay. Rock Hudson did that for his entire career (until the very end) and that was extremely sad. I don’t really care about someone’s sexuality and that has nothing to do with what kind of job they do… in any area of life. People who have been sexually abused have many issues about their sexuality and that is sad enough, but to sacrifice your sexuality for a career, and to always worry about being “outed” is a huge amount of stress. Maybe the HUGE amounts of money they make are worth it. I sure hope so.

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