Brooke Hogan Gay? Ric Flair Charts A New Course

Scott Hudson


A smattering of mainstream press picked up the FOXNews story of Brooke Hogan’s latest gaffe. While in Miami and when asked about her love life, Brooke-tini responded, “What love life? I’m not gay but I might as well be.” As the questioning veered to her “Brooke Knows Best” co-stars and roommates Glenn and Ashley, she continued, ” “I’m the (woman) of the group. We live a gay lifestyle.” When asked about the current presidential election (a minefield of a question if there ever was one), Brooke said, “I never read tabloids, I never buy books or go on Perez Hilton and I never ever watch the news…All news is bad. You never hear them say, ‘This dog gave birth to six puppies today.’ It’s always negative, like, ‘All these people got killed.’ I stay totally away from it.”

The Charleston Post and Courier’s Mike Mooneyham column from last weekend updated the status of Ric Flair and his newest relationship. While it is with a woman, it is strictly professional. His new agent is Elaine Gillespie of Columbia, South Carolina’s Gillespie Agency. While the agency has a 20+ year history of public relations in South Carolina, Ric Flair became their first wrestler/client when Flair met Gillespie at her office to discuss website design. He said he was so impressed, he asked, “How would you like to be my agent?” Since landing Flair as a client on August 3, Gillespie has entertained over 1000 requests for Flair to make public appearances ranging from movies and television shows to autograph sessions and a trading card line. His schedule is booked “well into 2009.” Flair’s name has allowed Gillespie to sign Roddy Piper and Mick Foley as clients as well.

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