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PRES­I­DENT NIXON!?

Cyn­thia Nixon is the lat­est celebrity to break the in­ter­net! Known for her role as the ca­reer­driven Mi­randa Hobbes on Sex and the City, Nixon re­cently an­nounced on Twit­ter that she’s set to run for gov­er­nor of New York. But not ev­ery­one wel­comed her foray into pol­i­tics. For­mer New York City Coun­cil speaker Chris­tine Quinn, has since branded her an ‘un­qual­i­fied les­bian’. Nixon re­sponded, ‘[Chris­tine] was tech­ni­cally right. I don’t have my cer­tifi­cate from the De­part­ment of Les­bian

Af­fairs. But in my de­fence, there is a lot of pa­per­work in­volved.’ Hey, if Trump can do it...

SOUR HEART

Au­thor Jenny Zhang won over the Cosmo of­fice and Lena Dun­ham with her novel Sour Heart – a col­lec­tion of sto­ries that ex­plores the crazy ex­pe­ri­ence of ado­les­cence, through the eyes of Chi­nese-Amer­i­can girls grow­ing up in New York City.

Now, Zhang is em­bark­ing on a tour Down Un­der, and will be speak­ing at the Syd­ney Writ­ers’ Fes­ti­val, which runs from April 30 – May 6 2018. Grab tick­ets at Swf.org.au.

RUN­NING FOR GOV­ER­NOR? SUCH A MI­RANDA THING TO DO!

RYAN SE­CRETS Ryan Seacrest has been ac­cused of sub­ject­ing his for­mer E! News stylist Suzie Hardy to ‘un­wanted sex­ual ag­gres­sion’. How­ever, an in­ves­ti­ga­tion by E! deemed the claims ‘com­pletely base­less’.

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