Homo’s Hidden Hours

Lainey Posted by Lainey at June 13, 2007 00:00:00 June 13, 2007 00:00:00

Most insightful interview ever: John Travolta in the latest issue of Parade talking family life, Church life, and drag life. Is amazing! And intriguing too…

Consider this – John says that in order to thwart the pappies and establish a normalcy around their family life without sacrificing privacy he, Kelly, and the kids sleep during the day and stay up half the night.

“My kids probably stay up too late. My wife goes to bed around 3, and I follow around 7. We’re like the Addams family or the Munsters, living sort of an odd nocturnal life. But it works.”

Whatever…it’s his lifestyle. My question is: what’s going on during those 4 hours? After hours gay society? Male masseur and a c*ckstand? Smutty sense is tingling.

Or not.

John reveals during the interview (that took place at 2am by the way) that he has been attending “auditing” sessions five nights a week lately, flying his plane from his home to the Scientology Centre in Clearwater to get closer to Xenu. And after last year’s escapades in Toronto while shooting Hairspray, it sounds like he needed it. A tighter leash, intensified reprogramming… suddenly John is talking sense again:

“It’s a one-on-one program that’s designed to help you handle your life. I’m proud of my religion.”

Well… sort of.

When asked about having to dress in drag for the movie, John replied: “Guys from the crew were hitting on me. I have to make a living. I have to work, but it has to be fun.”

Ummmm…have you seen the man in drag??? Take a look. Look at it. Look at it!!

Who was hitting on him??? Who???

Now that’s a fantasy that just slipped out…poor thing.

And finally… a final frightening admission:
“My daughter is breathtakingly beautiful and very talented. I’d like to introduce her to the world. I will give her as much guidance as I can. Not bad to think I’m like Henry Fonda and she’s Jane Fonda. Let it be the heritage, the family business.”

Chills, chills, chills…


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