The 71st Emmy Awards kicked off Saturday and Sunday with the Creative Arts Emmy Awards ceremony at the Microsoft Theater in downtown Los Angeles. As a cascade of Emmys were handed out in technical and acting categories, and there were plenty of expected wins and some surprises. The biggest winner of the two nights combined […]
“One of the first things Harvey Weinstein ever said to me was, ‘You will never make it in this industry as a gay woman,' " Cara Delevingne recalled.
Dan Reed, who won an Emmy Saturday night for “Leaving Neverland,” said he was “physically sick” when he heard Dave Chappelle’s jokes about not believing Michael Jackson’s accusers.“You can make comedy out of so many other things. Why not do something brave instead of crapping on a victim of child rape?” Reed said backstage Saturday after his Emmy win for Documentary or Non-Fiction Special at the Creative Arts Emmys.Reed, who usually makes films about war, said he was trying to move away from such dark subject matter when he sat down to interview Wade Robson and James Safechuck, two men who say Jackson molested them when they were boys. Reed shared their stories in his HBO documentary.Also Read: Michael Jackson's Molestation Trial: 10 Bizarre Details You Didn't Know or Totally ForgotReed said Chappelle’s jokes in the new Netflix special “Sticks and Stones” — which included Chappelle saying he didn’t believe the accusers — were “completely revolting.”He added that he understood that Chappelle seemed to be striking back at cancel culture and was “riding a wave of being contrarian.”Also Read: Michael Jackson Accusers Criticize Dave Chappelle's Joke About Not Believing ThemBut he noted that “Leaving Neverland” never called on anyone to stop listening to Jackson’s music. The pop icon denied any child molestation throughout his life.Read original story ‘Leaving Neverland’ Director Calls Dave Chappelle’s Jokes About Michael Jackson Accusers ‘Revolting’ At TheWrap
“Crazy Ex-Girlfriend” star Rachel Bloom made a special announcement after winning her Emmy for best original music and lyrics — she is pregnant. Bloom announced the news backstage on Saturday at the Creative Arts Emmy Awards. She joked she had planned to reveal the news on Instagram but that doing it at the Emmys was even […]
The singer said Americans have become "desensitized" and argued that imprisonment shouldn't be used to address "nearly every societal ill."
The Democratic presidential candidate is inviting Shane Gillis to meet with him after the comedian's racist Asian jokes surfaced online.
President Donald Trump lashed out at “AM Joy” host Joy-Ann Reid Saturday morning ahead of her MSNBC show, asking, “Who the hell is Joy-Ann Reid?”An hour before her show began, the president tweeted, “Who the hell is Joy-Ann Reid? Never met her, she knows ZERO about me, has NO talent, and truly doesn’t have the ‘it’ factor needed for success in showbiz. Had a bad reputation, and now works for the Comcast/NBC losers making up phony stories about me. Low Ratings. Fake News!”Although it was unclear from the president’s tweet what about Reid set him off, she did guest-host Chris Hayes’ MSNBC show “All In” on Friday night, where she covered Trump’s recent reference to Vice President Mike Pence as “Mike Pounce.” And two segments from the show posted to MSNBC’s site have the titles, “Air Force: Trump’s money grab is a risk to national security” and “Mike Pence cleans up after Donald Trump in Baltimore,” so the coverage angle was probably not to his liking.Also Read: Joe Scarborough: 'There Are Consequences' to 'SharpieGate' and Foreign Leaders Seeing Trump 'This Unstable'Both Reid and her regular show “AM Joy” trended on Twitter Saturday, which is not unusual. During the Saturday’s show, she once again covered Trump, highlighting a Monmouth University poll that showed 59% of respondents do not think he should be impeached alongside an outline of the allegations surrounding potential grounds for impeachment.A representative for NBCUniversal did not immediately respond to request for comment.Reid, a long-standing critic of President Trump, is author of the New York Times best seller “The Man Who Sold America: Trump and the Unraveling of the American Story,” which was released in June. On its back cover, it asks, Is Donald Trump running the “longest con” in U.S. history? What will be left of America when he leaves office?”Also Read: Trump Says Lawrence O'Donnell 'Should Sue the Source' on Loan StoryThis is also not the first time Trump has gone after MSNBC.In a radio interview with Fox News’ Brian Kilmeade in August, Trump referenced MSNBC’s Lawrence O’Donnell and the story about the president’s loans he was forced to retract that week, suggesting the MSNBC host “sue” his source.Read original story Trump Sneers About MSNBC Host and His Harsh Critic: ‘Who the Hell Is Joy-Ann Reid?’ At TheWrap
Demi Moore tells her life story and reveals some tragic experiences in her upcoming memoir "Inside Out."
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Fox has tapped "The Masked Singer" panelist Jenny McCarthy, as well as Fox Sports host Shannon Sharpe and "fashion expert" Kelly Osbourne to host its two Emmy pregame shows. "Fox's Live Emmy Red Carpet Preshow" will air live from 6:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. on Sunday, Sept. 22, followed by the hour-long "Fox's Live Emmy […]