Chloe Sevigny Was Just Kidding About Saying Her Show Was ‘Awful’
Sevigny, now in full clean-up mode, is trying to shift the blame for her latest Katherine Heigl moment and is saying that the reporter who conducted the interview “provoked” her and her comments were “taken out of context.” Ah, the old, “out of context” excuse! Because that always works.
Chloe was sure to point out that her little outburst has nothing to do with the cast and crew at Big Love:
You know, after a day of junkets sometimes things slip out that you don’t mean, and I obviously didn’t mean what I said in any way, shape, or form. I love being on the show. I have nothing but respect and admiration for our writers and everybody involved with the show. It’s been the greatest opportunity of my lifetime so far — the best role I’ve ever played, the best part I’ve ever had the opportunity to portray. So I love the show. I think it’s the greatest show on television. I think it’s the weirdest show. I think it is very complex and the content is amazing and it’s just very ironic that this statement would come out and blow so out of control. Because I feel absolutely the opposite.
It is difficult being on a show for several seasons and having no control and having things go in different directions where you didn’t think they would go. But that’s also the most exciting part [because] they keep the character really fresh and there’s new scenarios that they come up with.
Hm, so Chloe was upset that she doesn’t have control over the writing, but she also isn’t upset? Why would Chloe have control over the writing anyways?
Maybe Chloe should give her mouth a rest and lay low for awhile, she appears to be doing more and more damage every time she tries to explain herself.