Cynthia Nixon on Her Controversial Bagel Order: ‘We Have to Learn to Come Out About Everything’
Cynthia Nixon joined Vulture Festival L.A. this year for a conversation with New York Magazine editor-in-chief Adam Moss, and also for a quick stop in the Vulture Spot video studio. She wasn’t afraid to take on the tough topics in either venue, like which haircut she regrets the most (sorry, we will never see it), and if she was actually, genuinely serious about her controversial bagel order. Nixon may not have prevailed in the New York gubernatorial race, but she will continue to raise her voice about the dangers of climate change, and the deliciousness of plain cream cheese, lox, tomatoes, red onion, and capers on a cinnamon raisin bagel.
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