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When you’ve done the moon walk for real, the last thing you need is dancing lessons. But space legend Buzz Aldrin couldn’t resist picking up a few pointers from actor John Travolta.
The two showed off their smooth moves at an event held Saturday night at Kennedy Space Center in Florida to celebrate the kickoff of the Apollo astronaut’s ShareSpace Foundation, a charity aimed at boosting science literacy in kids by incorporating arts into science education.
“I thought I held my own,” Aldrin wrote on a Facebook post. “What do you think?”
Speaking at the event, which was hosted by actor Seth Green, Travolta praised the Apollo astronaut.
“To be here at the Kennedy Space Center, under a Saturn V rocket with an American hero like Buzz Aldrin, it’s just quite a privilege,” Travolta said, according to Florida Today.
“To start a nonprofit is probably one of the most selfless things a person can do. There is no personal monetary gain from it, it’s a lot of extra work and effort. It’s not an easy task. But, yet, here’s this legend who’s doing just that.”
Monday is the 46th anniversary of the lunar landing in which Neil Armstrong and Aldrin became the first and second humans, respectively, to set foot on the moon.
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During an interview with “Good Morning America” Monday, John Travolta was asked why there is so much intrigue and interest surrounding the Church of Scientology.
“Mostly because it’s not understood,” he responded. “People really need to take time and read a book. You know? That’s my advice. You could read A New Slant on Life, you could read Dianetics. And I think if you really read it, you’ll understand it, but unless you do, you’ll speculate. And I think that’s a mistake to do that.”
The actor attested that L. Ron Hubbard’s religion has worked for him, particularly when coping with the death of his 16-year-old son, Jett, in 2009.
“Sometimes when something really works well it becomes a target,” he continued. “Forty years, for me, I’ve been part — and I’ve loved every minute of it. My family has done so well with it. You know? It’s a beautiful thing for me. I’ve saved lives with it, and saved my own life several times. Through the loss of my son, it helped me every step of the way for two years solid, and here I am talking to you because of it.”
This is the second time Travolta has spoken out following the premiere of HBO’s critical documentary, “Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison of Belief,” in which he is featured as one of the Church’s biggest celebrity members. Coverage of his and Tom Cruise’s participation in Scientology is juxtaposed alongside former members’ testimonies of alleged mental and physical abuses in the film.
Earlier this month, Travolta told the Tampa Bay Times that he doesn’t care to see “Going Clear” and has no plans to speak out against the Church.
“I haven’t experienced anything that the hearsay has [claimed], so why would I communicate something that wasn’t true for me? It wouldn’t make sense, nor would it for Tom, I imagine,” he said, adding, “So, why would I even approach a negative perspective? That would be a crime to me, personally, to do that.”
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