Kenny Chesney Quote Of The Day

September 21st, 2005 // 93 Comments

“I hit everything so hard this year,” Chesney said. “I had the biggest tour I’ve ever done, I had a record to finish that was real important to me, and, of course, I had something new in my personal life and I was trying to do that too. It really ended up being too much.”

(Source: AP)

By Miu von Furstenberg
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  1. Kenny Cheeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeezney.

  2. kathyp

    He may have hit something “hard” this year but it wasn’t his dick with Renee.

  3. Johnny Chicago

    I say this fag is:

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  4. Kat

    I’d count the feminine things about that picture, but I have other things that need to be done today.

  5. tempy

    fraud PRONOUNCATION KEY (frod)
    n.

    1. A piece of tricery; a trick
    2. when you’ve waited until your late 30′s to get married for the first time and find out your husband is a big queen

  6. Laura Lord Belle

    “I HAD SOMETHING NEW IN MY LIFE”

    More like something old in my mouth!! A penis!!

    Something blue? a penis
    Something borrowed? a penis

  7. Kat Atomic Grrl

    Obviously Paris Hilton has been coaching him in the importance of press posing….all demure and ladylike.

  8. Mariana

    Johnnny Chicago has proven you can’t have too much of a good thing. Rockage!

  9. Christy

    It’s obvious that those of you who posted above have no class or respect for Kenny. He is a very successful entertainer who has proved once againby being named Entertainer of the Year, as well as topping the record and concert sales that he has what it takes. It is the belligerent and obnoxius people such as you who commented negatively above, that that make the tabloids and gossip world thrive. Making derogatory personal insults against Kenny only makes his fans that much more supportive of him. People in the public eye have to deal with this on a daily manner and I am sure that it does get old. Who are you, to judge someone that you don’t even know. Kenny and Renee have chosen to keep this private. The childish comments above pretty much show your IQ.

    Sincerely,
    A devoted Kenny Chesney Fan from East Tennessee
    Christy

  10. jake

    i dont see how his sexuality makes any difference. i dont see how typing gay 4000 times doesnt make the typist himself gay. if kenny is gay, so what. it just shows the pressure to he hetero in the entertain-biz still exists. next. who cares.

  11. French Kissing Life

    Kudos to Christy for standing by as a devoted fan!

    And I agree, he and Renee have “tried” to keep this on a private level from the beginning but people always want to tear others down (shakes head).

    Don’t be a Kenny hater peeps, jealousy is such an ugly trait!

    Yee Haw from a red neck TN fan as well! So bring on the “hick” comments, I’m ready for them!!!

  12. freakazoid

    Maybe people feel like Renee and Kenny deceived the public. you can’t tell me that Renee did not know she was marrying a gay man. PUHLEEZE!

    ITS TIME HOLLYWOOD STOPPED LYING ABOUT THEIR SEXUALITY AND GREW UP! NO IT DOESN’T MAKE A DIFFERENCE, BUT HAVING A “BEARD” OR A “MERKIN” AS YOUR COVER IS RIDICULOUS, AND THAT’S SPEAKING TO YOU MR. CRUISE AND MS. HOLMES. GROW THE FUCK UP

  13. Girly Girl

    For Christy:

    Calm the fuck down.

    ‘Who are you, to judge someone you don’t even know?’ Uh. This is America. I can talk shit about anyone. God bless the First Ammendment, you uber sensitive delusional freak. Newsflash: You don’t fucking know him either!

    ‘Kenny and Renee have chosen to keep this quiet.’ Oh- and the fuckin flurry of press releases flying out of BOTH of their asses is ‘quiet’? You are so in the goddamn loop that YOU know ‘Kenny and Renee’ are trying to keep it on the DL? Any time you have to issue a press release to get out of a relationship- you are a media whore.

    ‘The childish comments above pretty much show your IQ.’ I’m rubber, you’re glue. Whatever you say bounces off of me and sticks onto you.

    You don’t know him. You never WILL know him. He will not drink a beer with you, write a song for you, date you, or fuck you. He’s gay. And when he goes bi- it is with girls who look like boys (I love her- but she is scary thin).

    This site is called SOCIALITE’S LIFE and the icon is of BOOZE. Surely you didn’t troll the board expecting benevolence and compassion… we tear the ever loving shit out of fucktards like these people. Its what we do here. Don’t like it? Want to talk about it all ‘Wah wah. I love Kenny. Don’t be mean.’ then go to HIS website.

    Tootles~

    Girly Girl

  14. Hmmm

    Sure you are free to have your own opinions.

    Is there someone that you’ve ever stuck up for that you have not and will not ever meet? Personally, I don’t know Kenny Chesney but I respect him for many reasons. I have only see him in concert once. I do not plan to meet him, nor do I care if I ever meet him, but I like him, which is why I will stick up for him.

    It’s obvious they are trying to keep their current situation as quiet as possible – do you see them going on TV shows or publicly doing anything, besides every once in a while (not often), releasing press statements?

    Anyway, this is a waste of my time.

    “I’m rubber you’re glue. Whatever you say bounces off of me and sticks on to you.” — Hmmm, lol, did you come up with that one all by yourself? That is about the dumbest thing I’ve heard since 1st grade (which is probably the last time I’ve ever said, or even heard, that).

  15. Kat

    Girly Girl:
    Well said. You just became my hero for the day. I was going to talk shit to Christy, but I can’t top yours.

  16. tempy

    why is it that I hear dueling banjos while I read this thread?

  17. Jake

    Why do you assume he is gay? (Cause you don’t have the 6pack abs and the attention of millions of fans – men AND women?) Why do you assume he isn’t? (wish you could get a piece?)

    GET OVER YOUR ISSUES ON YOUR OWN TIME and don’t be so freakin’ hostile. If his fans love him – great for them. If his detractors hate him – good for them too. But don’t be shitty to a total stranger because his/her opinion is different from your own.

    GROW THE FUCK UP

  18. Discoqwene

    Ahmen Girly Girl! You ROCK and so does Miu! I love this site!!

  19. zazz

    Seriously, do you think he’s part girl? He’s very tiny and has delicate feminine features.

  20. T.J.

    Can’t we all just get along?

  21. haha

    gayest……pose…….ever….I’m sure the lei really brings out his eyes, but it’s the bright pink tank that brings out his soul…

  22. Johnny Chicago

    Hate to repeat myself… but he’s oh so gay.

    And why is anyone defending anything said on these fucking blogs?

    Pro, con, who gives a shit?

    We’re all spread out across America, and we all have different viewpoints.

    I think he’s a fucking queer as a three dollar bill, some Tenn. bitch think’s he isn’t, and everyone else is trying to defned their right to say ANYTHING here.

    I say — fuck you all.

    This is freedom of speech, and that’s pretty much it.

    I’ll eat my steak tonight and I won’t care about what I wrote in here, or in a dozen other blogs today.

    We’re all lazy Americans trying to pass the time today by slumming the Internet before we get sized up fo a coffin.

    Enjoy it, folks, this is it.

    Kenny Chesney is gay.

    And so are most hicks, too.

    Dueling Banjos. NICE.

  23. Christy

    ALL you negative people commenting on here need to be put on a deserted island so that you can amuse yourselves. The derogatory comments made to my first post shows me that you have insecurities that need to be taken care of and YOU OBVIOUSLY NEED A LIFE!!!!!

    From a TRUE Kenny Fan!!!!!!

  24. Gay&Happy

    Let’s get this party started:

    Men in Hollywood/Music who are gay and lie to the public about it directly to the press (using women as shields):

    Tom Cruise
    John Travolta
    Hugh Jackman
    Matthew McConaughey
    Ricky Martin
    Neal Patrick Harris

    Feel free to keep it going…..

  25. Blazer Mary

    I don’t care if he’s gay or not….but someone who puts his concert tour and album BEFORE his personal life has some screwed up priorities.

    And if you’re a fan of someone with these priorities….well, I guess it takes all kinds.

  26. Jen

    Some of you guys are real jerks….I have been reading these posts for sometime now and I cannot believe the hypocrites. I thought this was a place to express your opinions, then when someone does and the other doesn’t agree…katie bar the door (yes, that’s a redneck term). The same posters that rip the shit out of the people who defend themselves get the same shit in other posts.

    And most hicks aren’t gay….

    I’m not of fan of country music or Kenny Chesney, but I am a fan of letting people speak without being ripped to pieces.

    From a Southern Belle

  27. judithjetson

    Gay or straight – still wouldn’t do him. Not if my life depended on it.

    Dueling banjos? LMAO

    Christy needs to go back to her trailer park, put on her Kenny Chesney RECORDS, fuck her father and eat a mayonaise and sliced cheese sandwich.

  28. who cares

    I know Kenny Chesney’s name and that is about it. I have seen the picture of he and Renee Zellweger on the beach at their wedding. I could not pick him out of a lineup and I do not know what he sings.

    But honey? The man in that picture is GAY.

  29. Christy

    OOOOHHHHH I think I have struck a few tender nerves. So SAD!!!! FYI not sure where you are from judithjetson…CARTOONLAND maybe??? All people from TENNESSEE do not live in trailer parks thank you. And by the way…..RECORDS went out a long time ago. I think you need to look at yourself before judging me or anyone else from TN.

  30. glitterjar

    i tend to agree with #9 Christy and #10 Jake.
    whether he is gay or straight shouldn’t be an issue.what difference does it make as long as he is a good singer and performer.(i don’t know his music and not into country music).A person sexuality and skin color has nothing to do with one’s talent……
    Be fair people.At least he does not play that real phony TOMKAT act…..yet.Then i have an issue with that.

  31. Marla

    It’s a fact that gay people are more talented then straight people. If he’s at the top of his professional game, he’s likely gay. CASE CLOSED!

    Texas Gal

  32. tempy

    GAY & HAPPY!!!! I got some!!!

    Eddie Murhpy
    Ryan Seacrest
    Matthew Broderick
    Al Reynolds (Star Jones nelly Husband)

    Feel free to add…

    Oh, and Kenny Chesney is a big old country queen. Tim McGraw said so Christy. Didn’t you read the blog last week???

    Dang, get a fiddle, cross your legs and fix your face.

  33. Christy

    Tim and Kenny are like best friends.

  34. anna Winter

    PLEASE GET OVER THE GAY ISSUE, IT IS GETING TO BE A REALLY BORING TOPIC HERE AND TO SAY GAY PEOPLE ARE MORE TALENTED THAN STRAIGHT IS JUST BEYOND NAIVE.
    GET A LIFE YOU GUYS.

  35. Kat

    Maybe we should all go to a desert island and be snarky together. Be a hell of a lot of fun, as far as I can tell. Although, we’d probably want to make sure it wasn’t Kenny Chesney’s island hideaway… Christy might be there, defending his honor.
    Hon, I live in Alabama. The more you insist that you don’t live in a trailer, the more they stereotype us as the kind of people who don’t do anything but insist we don’t live in trailers.

  36. twotoo

    Thanks^! I have never been on a blog w/more bigots and outwardly intolerant people! “If you live in the South you’re incestuous and stupid, if you’re talented that means you’re gay!” Thanks #22 for putting it all into perspective. I’ll bash on a celeb anyday, but who gives a fuck whether Kenny C is gay or not? And who gives a fuck whether some people like him or not? Do you really care that much? Why call people here names if you don’t even know them and never will? Take a efin’ Valium.

  37. Queen of Country Music

    Quit picking on Kenny and saying he’s gay! My mom loved Liberace and Rock Hudson in the 1950s and they were ALL MAN!

    And give them some their space. They only released those photos of getting married on the beach and talked about whether to buy a house in Connecticut or live on Kenny’s tropical island and talked about how Kenny wrote “You Had Me at Hello” after seeing in Renee in “Jerry Maguire” because they WANTED SOME PRIVACY!

  38. doofus

    for all those people who say “it doesn’t matter if he’s gay or straight…”

    if you’re a fan of his music, then I agree, it shouldn’t matter…

    however, if you’re his wife, I think it matters a little bit. one wonders what, besides the obvious, Renee Zellwegger meant by “fraud”.

    my opinion? he wrote “you had me at hello” for TOM, not Renee.

  39. Christy

    This is what the fanclub website put out. It has also been published other places as well. People are blowing the freud thing out of control.

    In response to continuing false rumors, Renee and Kenny provide the following additional statement…

    The miscommunication of the objective of their marriage at the start is the only reason for this annulment. Renee and Kenny value and respect each other and are saddened that their different objectives prevent the success of this marriage. They are disappointed that the legal term “annulment-fraud” has been publically misunderstood and exaggerated.
    __________________

  40. Kat Atomic Grrl

    Hmmm…methinks Christy protests too much. Conclusion: She is either Kenny in drag or Kenny’s mom.

  41. Chelle

    wow. if you can’t say anything nice don’t say anything at all

  42. Maggie

    Gay or not, all this picture says to me is that he really has to pee.

  43. Chocolate Chip

    So KC is gay? He didn’t used to be. She must be REALLY ugly to turn a guy like him gay in only 4 months!

    Seriously…don’t ya think that’s something she woulda checked out BEFORE she married him? I doubt she’s that stupid (…but she could be…kinda looks like her face has some sort of wierd chromosomal abnormality.) So, we can all safely conclude that A) She’s an idiot, or B) He’s not gay. Look at the facts.

    And Tim McGraw’s comment was obviously a joke when taken in the context of the FULL sentence

  44. Drew

    Johnny Chicago ~ You’re not doing our city any favors with the stupid post of ‘GAY’. We’re coming off as retarded assholes.

  45. Christy

    That’s a real intelligent comment to make Kat. I am just defending Kenny who through his music has made my way of life different. If you will actually stop and listen to the words in his songs, he sings about real life and situations that we face. I was not going to mention this, but you all have infuriated me so here’s the real truth…, we went to college together back in the late 80′s and he was DEFINATELY NOT GAY THEN.Enough said.

  46. TWM

    1. Kenny and Renee made their wedding VERY public so their breakup is open game. To complain about people prying now is hypocritcal.

    2. I don’t care if Kenny is gay or not (he probably is), but his country music fan base may dwindle because of it.

  47. Kat Atomic Grrl

    Christy…for some reason I expect for you to say next that you had his love child.

    Breathe deep girl and chill…don’t stress over all this silliness.

  48. Wow. Is that Kenny Chesney…or Carson Kressley? LOL!

  49. Gofer - Love Boat

    This his been a fun read. Poor white trailer trash Chrissy holds onto hope that her gay country singer might one day ride into her life on a white horse. In reality, Kenny is likely to allow the horse to fuck him. That said, maybe she can watch. Hill Billy folk like those types of things, no?

  50. What?

    ^You must be so ignorant, Gopher-Butt Love…way to go.

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