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Janice Dickinson on John Travolta Sex Scandal: Lighten Up, Queens!


Outspoken supermodel Janice Dickinson loves her some John Travolta.

“I worship John Travolta,” the 57-year-old says of the A-list actor who has found himself embroiled in an ongoing, humiliating sex scandal.

Travolta, whose former pilot Doug Gotterba says they were lovers in the 1980s, has been hammered with one accusation after another this spring.

Dickinson isn’t buying it.

Janice defends her longtime friend, saying, “If some queens took something the wrong way in a massage parlor, that’s their f*%king fault!”

“I am not outing him,” she said when told about Carrie Fisher saying everyone knows John Travolta is gay, and sang his praises instead.

“He is a legend; he is iconic. When Kelly was delivering their baby, he was in the room giving her what she wanted. He provides for her,” Janice says.

Janice, notably, would not say if she thinks Travolta is gay or not. With her trademark colorful language, she says just live and let live, people.

“If you want to f*%k a chicken, go f*%k a chicken,” advises Janice.

Words to live by right there, if ever we’ve heard them.

 

 

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