Jason Collins’ Ex-Fiancee Carolyn Moos Continues Media Tour On Access Hollywood

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In case you haven’t heard enough about Jason Collins’ and his eight-year relationship with his ex-fiance Carolyn Moos, don’t you worry. Moos is making sure you hear all about it.

She recently appeared on Piers Morgan, chatted it up with TMZ, and now she’s telling all to Access Hollywood’s Billy Bush.

Moos, a former WNBA player, described being as shocked as everyone else was to find out Collins was gay.

“Everyone deserves to be happy, everyone deserves to live in their own skin. So for him to wake upon a daily basis not being able to do that, it hit me really hard. It still is, I’m still processing it.”

Carson and Producer Angie continue to be amazed at how composed and gracious Moos has remained throughout this entire ordeal.

“She’s taking it much better than every woman I’ve discussed this story with,” Carson said Thursday morning. “I talked to a lot of my friends yesterday, females, and they were just like, ‘Oh. No.'”

Perhaps it’s because she still harbors strong feelings for the Washington Wizards center. Moos told Billy Bush that if Collins had called her asking to get back together, she would have taken him back.

“Maybe in her mind she always thought they might get back together and now it’s over. She knows it’s not going to happen,” said Producer Angie.

“I hope that’s the last interview she does because I like the George Stephanopoulos interview, Billy Bush got some good stuff out of her,” Carson added. “For her all of a sudden to start showing up making the rounds and stuff? I’m starting to be like, ‘Okay, are you capitalizing on this at all?'”

Watch Moos entire interview with Access Hollywood below:

  • Do you think Carolyn Moos is taking advantage of the situation for her own publicity purposes? Sound off in the comments section!

-Sarah Carroll, 97.1 AMP Radio/Los Angeles

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