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03/24/2008

But would she use wasabi and soy sauce?

by Jeremy Hooper

Picture 18-22We've loved actress Kate Beckinsdale ever since she played a deliciously bitchy, early Reagan era Manhattanite in 1998's "The Last Days of Disco." But with comments like the one she just gave to Moviefone, our love for the seemingly pro-lesbian British thespian just keeps growing:

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Amen, Kate. Don't ever apologize for saying you prefer vajayjay to unagi! After all, there are loads of young girls who get ill at the thought of eel yet derive joy from the thought of Joy. And all of them can benefit from your public testimonials regarding rolling in the hay with Spicy Tina vs. rolling in the rice with Spicy Tuna.

Be sure to look for further comments from Beckinsdale, when we predict she'll next detail her partiality to breast milk over sake.

15 Questions with Kate Beckinsdale (Question #6) [Moviefone/AOL]

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Your thoughts

I'll take the sushi, and she can HAVE the kootchie! LOL

Posted by: Scott | Mar 24, 2008 11:47:36 AM

I really like it when celebrities can have a sense of humor about themselves and sexuality in general. There's nothing more annoying that someone getting a hug from Ian McKellan, and then holding 6 press conferences to confirm that it was "JUST a hug" and that there is certainly nothing wrong with being gay, but they aren't.

Yay Kate. I knew I liked her for some reason.

Posted by: Steve | Mar 24, 2008 3:50:10 PM

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