Taylor Swift called out a new Netflix show for a joke she called “deeply sexist.” But is it sexist if it’s true? Emily Jashinsky and Madeline Osburn discuss.
It’s a story about the dichotomy of the American Dream, about how demand builds people up and then tears them down, and a story about our descent into a culture that can no longer commoditize talent while insisting on substance.
Paris Hilton has matured into a deeply and surprisingly serious person under enormously difficult circumstances.
While Hilaria Baldwin’s rapid downfall is incredibly funny, it also offers a more serious lesson in the consequences of media corruption.
The impending awards show season may be COVID’s last big cultural casualty before the dawn of the new normal.
Comedian Pete Davidson made his fellow Staten Islanders the butt of his joke on Saturday, calling them ‘babies’ for protesting the COVID lockdowns making it impossible for them to put food on the table.
Stewart was once asked in a documentary what kind of man he wanted to be remembered as. ‘A guy who believed in hard work, and decent values, love of country, love of family, love of community, love of God,’ he responded.
‘The bottom line is that the Senate flipping would be far more impactful than a food bank donation,’ singer John Legend posted.
That Britney won’t be performing any shows soon is a sad statement. The circumstances of the halt to her career are even sadder.
From award shows to social media to scripts and lyrics, the Trump era has exacerbated all of Hollywood’s worst impulses, convincing entertainers their primary job was activism.
On ‘The Tonight Show,’ Chelsea Hander said she ‘had to remind [rapper 50 Cent] that he was a black person so he can’t vote for Donald Trump.’
Professional golfer Jack Nicklaus endorsed President Donald Trump’s re-election bid less than a week before the election.
Treating so-called cancellation campaigns as serious threats emboldens cancellers in their efforts to make them serious threats.
The professor discussed some of his struggles over the past year, what helped him through it, and where he is going from here.
Daniel Cameron, the black Republican attorney general of Kentucky, appears to be a popular new target of celebrity opprobrium.
What could have been a rare, genuine, constructive satirization of coastal elitism turned into an endorsement of it.
Clearly Gaffigan is under no illusion that it’s good for business to alienate Trump supporters.
After reviewing the research, Lawrence is skeptical that celebrities, be they Kanye West or Beyonce, actually influence a person’s decision to vote Democrat or Republican.
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