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"My character has a love scene with the character played by Common, and it's the most intimate I've ever had to be on camera," she writes. She's often reluctant to discuss the topic in the media, but last year, she addressed rumors that she's a lesbian.
She's even been nominated for a Best Supporting Actress Oscar (for "Chicago") and has a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, right next to Michael Jackson.In her upcoming film Just Wright, she plays a physical therapist named Leslie Wright who treats an NBA star (Common) to bring him back to peak condition.Her closest friend Morgan (Paula Patton) takes a liking to him and they begin dating until Morgan realises his career (and baller status) is in jeopardy and bails."I've definitely been annoyed by it, but I learned a long time ago that it was pointless to say anything. "Since people want to play games, I like to jab back sometimes just for fun, but I'm like, ‘Nah, that's too much energy wasted.' "In "Put on Your Crown," Latifah is similarly coy about her relationships, with either men or women, writing that "dating has always been my Achilles heel." She writes that an incident of sexual abuse by a baby-sitter when she was 5, combined with sexual harassment as a teenager, made her wary of men as an adult.
Everybody else can do the reading; I'll do the living."And she told Rolling Stone that she considered naming "Persona," her 2009 album, after "The L Word," the Showtime series about a group of lesbians in Los Angeles. "After what happened to me, I was convinced that romantically, things just weren't meant to work out," she writes.
(Perhaps the biggest basketball joke is: The Nets are good and headed to the playoffs). It has that missing-scenes feeling that makes it truncated at times, and wastes a good supporting cast (Pam Grier, Phylicia Rashad, James Pickens Jr.) with drive-by roles. His Mc Knight is a thoughtful seeker, looking for meaning beyond the limits of his athletic talents.