Today's Evil Beet Gossip


“People think Chace is gay, and thought I was gay, that we were humping. It’s not true, but hilarious. People project their fantasies onto people. I’ve never been someone who makes it my objective to go out and pick up chicks. But I’ve met some fantastic ladies here. You know those amazing conversations where you find yourself in a café talking until 2 a.m. and never see them again.”

Ed Westwick in an interview with Page Six magazine.

So there you have it, folks: an official denial.

But what kind of guy talks to a chick until 2 am in a cafe and then doesn’t take her home to seal the deal?

Oh, right: a gay guy. And Ed Westwick, apparently.

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  • Dude…. reasons he is gay:

    1. use of the term “ladies” right after referring to them as chicks.
    2. use of the term “humping”
    3. use of the term “never see them again” following “amazing conversation” instead of “amazing sex”

    Sounds like confirmation to me!

  • he looks like a thin gay version of jack black. and um yeah he’s gay…
    ladies , chicks…. please. why can’t he have the balls to just step and admit it. he’d get more publicity, i only know of him through the gay “rumors”.

  • or maybe he doesn’t want to have sex with girls right after they’ve just met because he respects them?? or is respecting women in itself a gay concept?

  • @ Wpolochick- isn’t that sad… u have a great point, respecting women has become a gay concept. He may be gay, whatever. but some straight guys should take note on this. Women who deserve respect generally won’t sleep with a dude after knowing him for just a few hours!!!

  • @ Mallory, everything you said was so true! But man, this guy looks so friggin weird in this picture, PLEASE use a new one, Beet!!!

  • Yeah girls– don’t talk, just let the guy take you home and get his rocks off and then be on his way. This is sealing the deal? is this all you want from life? I am sure you will make many callow boys out there very happy. Lovely values I must say…. the are so mannish. What happened to women anyway?