Holden appeared at the Attitude awards on Thursday night where she was awarded with the award of Honorary Gay gong for her championing of LGBT acts when she decided to tell a packed crowd that she “loves cock”.
Holden was up on stage when she confessed her love for the male anatomy and also admitted that she has been having “gay sex” for years.
“I’ve been married to my husband for 15 years and I’ve got two kids so I’ve been having honorary gay sex for YEARS,”
“This [award] also means that I’ll be able to go cottaging. See you on Hampstead Heath!”
Then she didnt stop there as she continued to say:
“But actually if I did turn up on Hampstead Heath at midnight, the last thing you’d be expecting if you’re hiding in a bush, is a bush.
“I’m joking – there’s nothing down there. I found one grey hair about four years ago and I was like, goodbye!”
There you have it we all know Amanda’s favorite thing to do now.
Hillary Clinton has appeared on The One Show on Friday night where she talked about Harvey Weinstein.
Clinton talked on the magazine show about how she feels “regretful” about her relationship with the Hollywood producer.
The former US secretary of state sat down with Alex Jones and stand in host Amol Rajan for a whole hour interview to talk about her new memoir What Happened, but it wasn’t long starting the interview when they got talking about Weinstein.
“He is someone who is different from the person I knew, and the person that was involved for many years in Democratic politics for me, and for Barack Obama and so many of us,” “He was very helpful.
“It is just appalling, what is coming out now. I want to commend the women who are finally stepping forward. I’m very glad they’re getting support. It will take courage of women stepping forward, and the rest of us supporting them to shine a bright spotlight. It’s not just about one person. This a problem that we’re discovering is endemic in many parts of society.”
Hilary then said that she wishes someone would have known what he was up to sooner:
“I regret that none of us knew about this sooner, and could have done something about it,” she acknowledged. “Of course, he does face consequences. I just want to underscore that it’s not about one person.”