Publishing hottie Hogan was interviewed on the episode of Judy R's Sirius radio show that's being broadcast today; unfortunately, he's been cut from the program. During her conversation with Hogan, she went into what Radar calls (and Hogan denies) was a "rant" about "how the 'backstabbers at HarperCollins' had made her the scapegoat for the outcry over the O.J. Simpson book, If I Did It," which supposedly contributed to her firing. Alas, we'll never get to hear the rest, but you can still tune into Sirius Channel 102 and hear Judy interviewing another guest, psychiatrist Mitch Golant, with whom she shares her womanly wisdom:
When I went through menopause, I had horrible mood swings," she says. Then she went on testosterone. "Within two weeks of taking it, I was a different person. No more sadness. I then understood how men think and feel. I became a sex maniac during this time. You realize the power of hormones. Everything is sexy. Sometimes it's not you, it's your hormones."
His interview may have been cut, but Hogan's presence in the studio has to have informed that last bit somewhat, don't you think?