Martha Stewart gave one helluva revealing interview Thursday night on Bravo's "Watch What Happens Live," E! News reports.
During her appearance, she managed to confess to Andy Cohen that she has sexted before and taken part in a one-night stand.
But the big shocker of the evening was when the domestic icon confessed to Cohen that she maybe has experienced a threesome before. Say what?!
Now before you go and conjure up a mental image you can't forget, let's explain.
Stewart played a round of a game called "Did Martha Do It?" and answered rather candidly about her past. When asked if she had ever had a one-night stand, she responded "yes" while laughing.
She was then probed as to whether she had received a speeding ticket, to which she replied, "Yes but I talked myself out of it."
Stewart also casually admitted to sexting and answered that she "maybe" has had a threesome. Hmmm ... something tells us there's more to that story.
Cohen asked Stewart a few other questions, such as whether she'd ever tried acid, but they seemed like such small potatoes after her initial revelations.
And for the record, Stewart said that she has never taken the hallucinogenic drug.
But what was also notable about her appearance at the late night clubhouse were her comments on Paula Deen and the controversy swirling around the celebrity chef.
No stranger to scrutiny, Stewart admitted that she "feels bad" for Deen and that she understands the pitfalls of being a public figure.
Cohen wanted to know if she felt that the Food Network had made the right decision to drop the star, but Stewart remained diplomatic, saying, "no comment."
Stewart topped off the already entertaining evening by saying farewell to one of her favorite late-night talk-show hosts the best way she knew how ... by spanking him with a jewel-encrusted paddle, of course.
Don't monogram any His and His wedding gifts just yet, but it sure looks like a gay wedding could be in the cards for "Modern Family's" Mitch and Cam, E! News reports.
"It's been talked about in the past very casually in the writers room," a show source tells E! News. "But now it's something we will definitely talk about more."
The wedding is now much more of a possibility, given the Supreme Court's ruling Wednesday on the Defense of Marriage Act. Mitch (Eric Stonestreet) and Cam (Jesse Tyler Ferguson) are one of TV's best-known same-sex couples and have made for an endearing yet realistically flawed family, along with adopted daughter Lily.
Last month, the ACLU launched a campaign to marry Mitch and Cam. But executive producer Christopher Lloyd told EW.com producers would prefer to make their own decision when it comes to their own show.
"To the extent that people are interested in what happens on the show and how they really take these characters to heart, it's a compliment," Lloyd said. "But if they want to campaign to influence how we deal with the characters, that starts to be intrusive. We resist that. The ACLU had their heart in right place, but there was a silliness to the whole thing. They don't exist, you know! They really are fiction."
"As you can imagine in Cam and Mitchell's life," Lloyd said, "they would be feeling that a door has opened that was closed to them. Wouldn't it be pretty tempting to think about walking through it? We imagine a lot of gay couples today are deciding whether to get married now that it's open to them. From our standpoint, that's something to explore."
Authorities say a man attending a Toby Keith concert in New Jersey climbed a fence into a nearby housing complex, waved a Confederate flag and shouted racial slurs at residents, The Associated Press reports.
Thirty-three-year-old Darren Walp, of Ridley Park, Pa., was arrested Saturday in the crowd at the Susquehanna Bank Center in Camden. The concert venue is near the Royal Court apartments in a city where most residents are minorities.
Walp is charged with bias intimidation, harassment and criminal trespassing and is in the Camden County Jail with bail of $5,000. It was not clear if he had a lawyer.
Camden County Police Chief Scott Thomson says he's asking federal prosecutors to review the case and possibly take it over.
First Published June 28, 2013 4:00 AM