Olivia Wilde and Jason Sudeikis

Olivia Wilde’s ‘TMI’ Vagina-Death Comments Weren’t Meant For Publication, She Says

Somebody remind Olivia Wilde that she’s a celebrity and that nothing she does or says is private.

Wilde is firing back over comments that she made off-the-cuff in a packed room at Glamour’s “These Girls” event on Tuesday, insisting that they weren’t meant for publication and that they were actually part of a performance piece. In her original remarks, Wilde openly referenced her lack of sex toward the tail-end of her eight-year marriage to Italian prince Tao Ruspoli, whom she divorced from last year.

“I felt like my vagina died. Turned off. Lights out… And you can lie to your relatives at Christmas dinner and tell them everything on the home front is just peachy. But you cannot lie to your vagina,” she said.

Wilde also talked about her interest in exploring a same-sex relationship, but “a soft kind of lesbian relationship, just gentle kissing and scissoring,” before she met current boyfriend Jason Sudeikis, with whom she is “blissfully, hopefully and wildly in love.” Oh, and they have sex a lot, too.

“We have sex like Kenyan marathon runners,” Wilde admitted.

Pick your jaw up off the floor, internet. Turns out, this was all just a big misunderstanding. Olivia Wilde’s “TMI” moment was part of a performance, and it was never meant for publication. For the life of her, Wilde just can’t figure out why the media would want to publish something her “Vagina Monologue.”

Get a grip, Olivia! You’re an attractive celebrity, we will publish everything you say from now until the end of time. For future reference, the best way to handle something like this is to play it off like it’s no big deal. That somehow tricks us in the media into thinking that it’s not a big deal, and we immediately stop writing about it because we’re embarrassed or something (actually, we just want you to like us).

Did you catch Olivia Wilde’s “TMI” comments? What do you think, were they legitimate or performance art?