There’s nothing quite like a daughter’s relationship with her father. Many people would agree that parenting plays an essential role in a child’s mental health, social skills, ability to succeed, school performance, and more. Everyone may not be lucky enough to have two parents or one parent available for their development. Still, those who are […]
Look out, Dr. Drew. I am going to start my own celeb rehab series, but it won’t be to help stars overcome their substance abuse addictions. My rehab is going to focus on actors who need help to break their addictions to other people. And I don’t want my first guest to be Britney or Lindsay. I want Tony-winning, Emmy-nominated “Pushing Daisies” actress Kristin Chenoweth.
Yes, there is the obvious relationship problem of a mismatch in religion– he has claimed to be an agnostic Jew while she is a Christian– but I’d like to go out on a limb and surmise that is not the only reason the romance has been one, big emotional boomerang.
I’m just saying anyone who spews as much negativity about religion in his scripts as Sorkin does, hmmm, might have a ways to go before he starts reading N.T. Wright’s “Simply Christian.”
Of course, Chenoweth may get a little revenge– or at least set the record straight from her perspective–in her memoir “A Little Bit Wicked: Life, Love, and Faith in Stages,” coming out next year. But in the meantime, I encourage Chenoweth to call me. If she won’t go into my celebrity dating rehab, I wish she would at least go on my version of “The Bachelorette.” A friend of mine and I have a bet that we can find her a fantastic, non-Hollywood husband in six months if she gives us a chance!