Ashley Judd thanked fans for their support Tuesday after her estranged husband, race car driver Dario Franchitti, got into an accident during the Grand Prix of Houston on Sunday.
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After months of speculation, Ashley Judd announced Wednesday that she will not be running for Senate in Kentucky.
"After serious and thorough contemplation, I realize that my responsibilities & energy at this time need to be focused on my family," Judd, 44, tweeted on Wednesday. "Regretfully, I am currently unable to consider a...
Ashley Judd and Dario Franchitti are divorcing after more than 11 years of marriage, People reports.
"We have mutually decided to end our marriage," the couple said in a joint statement. "We'll always be family and continue to cherish our relationship based on the special love, integrity, and respect we have always enjoyed."
Ashley Judd is still seriously considering a potential run for the Kentucky Senate, Politico reports.
"I am incredibly honored and frankly overwhelmed by the outpouring of support — that the people of Kentucky are interested in having me represent them is the greatest honor of my life so far, and I am certainly taking a close look at it," Judd said at The Kentucky Society of Washington's Bluegrass Ball in Washington, D.C., on Saturday.
Ashley Judd appears to be inching closer to a run for office. After reports first surfaced in December that the Double Jeopardy actress was mulling a run for Senate in her home state of Kentucky, Kentucky Congressman John Yarmuth confirmed she is seriously considering a move into politics.
"I think she's very interested in becoming a...