Is there a stranger romance than that of Kenny Chesney and Renee Zellweger?
Seriously, I can’t find one.
Four months dating, four months of marriage, what went wrong?
Fraud, annulment, just too much room for speculation.
Of course the Kenny’s gay rumors started.
He denied that. “It’s not true. Period. Maybe I should have come out and said, ‘No, I’m not, but I didn’t want to draw any more attention to it. I didn’t have to prove to anybody that I wasn’t. I didn’t feel like I really did.” All this to Anderson Cooper, ahem, who should know if Kenny’s gay.
He’s a mystery man, not living in the US, but living on his own private island, a very private man.
There’s room for speculation, most stars are open books, or at least have a phony perosna to cover their tracks.
Not Kenny, he plays it close to the vest.
Renée and Kenny met on January 15, 2005, at the Concert of Hope tsunami relief benefit. Kenny was there as one of the performers, and Renée had volunteered to answer the telephones.
Their annulment was finalized in Los Angeles Superior Court on December 20, 2005, when a judge granted their request. Officially, their brief marriage never existed. It was legally erased by the annulment process.
Ok, I know that’s all legal, but that’s all just crap.
It existed. There was a preacher, there were witnesses, there were ‘I do’s’, and supposedly there was a consummation.
Or was there?
So, what happened?
They “tied” the knot on on May 9, 2005 in St. John in the Virgin Islands in a small, private wedding.
The easy theory could be that she wanted an immediate baby and he did not. Wouldn’t that qualify for a “miscommunication of the objective of their marriage?”
That’s the term used in the annulment.
Could it be ego?
Chesney has said, to none other than Oprah, so we know it’s true, that he still hopes to be married, but “felt that the idea of marriage made me lose my identity… I just don’t know that I’ve found anybody bigger than that.”
Ok, ego just might be it.
One Hollywood attorney, Sorrell Trope says, “If fraud is checked that means a promise was made before the marriage, but the person who made it had no intention of keeping it. The promise has to pertain to the heart of the marriage.”
So, did he say, yeah, I want kids, and then a few days later, say, “oh BTW, I had a vasectomy”? I mean, who wants to wind UP with a few “souvenirs” from a tour? Child sUPport!
Did he say, “Renee, you’re just butt ugly, and I don’t love you!”
Was it, “My 400 other girlfriends are jealous of you, so you’ll have to leave.”