Bill and Hillary Clinton were spotted in the audience of Harvey Fierstein’s “Torch Song” on Broadway over Thanksgiving weekend, along with daughter Chelsea and son-in-law Marc Mezvinsky.
“This is a Thanksgiving tradition for the family,” said a theater spy. “They usually see a Broadway show the weekend of Thanksgiving. This year, they chose ‘Torch Song.’ ”
We hear that when Chelsea asked an usher at the Helen Hayes Theatre where the concession stand was located, the usher told her it was downstairs, then joked, “Or you can send your husband!” We hear Chelsea agreed, “You’re right. He should go!”
The show stars Michael Urie and Mercedes Ruehl.
Bill and Hillary got a standing ovation from the crowd when they took their seats.
Meanwhile on Saturday, the final episode of A&E’s explosive docu-series “The Clinton Affair” aired, in which Monica Lewinsky recalls behind-the-scenes details of the scandal. She alleges in the finale that Clinton called her one morning at 2:30 to tell her she was on the witness list for the Paula Jones case.
Lewinsky said, “I was petrified. I was frantic about my family and this becoming public.”
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