Jill and Andy find themselves reconnecting during a dangerous situation.
Jill and Andy find themselves reconnecting during a dangerous situation.
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Expanding the NFL regular season to 17 games provides some pop, and fans deserve at least that after enduring a wild season during the pandemic.
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She basically wore a blanket as an outfit.
Serena Kerrigan posted a TikTok video on Sunday with a live photo that she said a guy she was dating sent her, and it shows another girl on a bed.
Photo Illustration by The Daily Beast/GettyIf the federal investigation into Matt Gaetz does indeed end up spelling the MAGA congressman’s downfall, it’ll be partly because of a group of “wannabe” Instagram influencers.On this week’s episode of The Daily Beast’s Fever Dreams podcast, hosts Will Sommer and Asawin Suebsaeng welcome fellow Beast reporters Jose Pagliery and Roger Sollenberger, the duo that’s been breaking story after story on the Gaetz scandal in recent weeks. The pair reveal new details on the Gaetz saga that haven’t been publicly released before, including additional passages from the confession letter secretly written by disgraced Gaetz wingman Joel Greenberg, and sent to Trump associate and longtime GOP ratfucker Roger Stone.And when it comes to the Daily Beast duo’s broader investigative work into Gaetz and Co., much of it would not have been possible if it weren’t for users chasing clout on Instagram.4 Women Say Matt Gaetz’s Wingman Pressured Them to Have Sex “These are people who are amateur Instagram models,” Pagliery told Fever Dreams, referring to the network of women they uncovered that led directly to Gaetz and Greenberg. “So many of these were, like, wannabe escorts. They wanted to project a version of themselves out to the galaxy. And, you know, I got so… incredulous at one point a few weeks ago that I just decided to tweet, ‘You think you're doing it for your brand, but you're actually doing it for my investigation,’ because these people are just putting it out there front and center.”According to Sollenberger and Pagliery, Gaetzgate is set to heat up once again this week—and the two reporters gave a hint of what we can expect.“So, we know that this is heating up, particularly again, because we've got a deadline on May 15th for Greenberg to become a fully cooperating witness for the government,” Pagliery said. “And there’s not just that. We also hear that the feds are pressuring other people who have direct knowledge of this… The world for Matt Gaetz in the near term looks extremely difficult because it’s not just that there’s some evidence—there’s a lot of evidence, and there are several witnesses.”Pagliery continued, “There’s another point that we have to consider, which is that as far as we know... several of these young women are speaking to each other. And so there is a degree of coordination between them about how they are interacting with people like us, who are reporters trying to figure out what happened. And it’s going to be curious to see if these girls are coordinating what they’re going to be telling investigators with the federal government, but also… who it is that is paying for their representation… I’m hinting at a lot here, but I think that’s going to point out how this is going to shake out in the next few months.”Elsewhere on this episode, Suebsaeng and Sommer dive into how the Trumpian obsession with ballot “audits” is spreading nationwide, capturing local constituencies and state Republican parties, and even infecting a town in New Hampshire where Republicans had already won. And—naturally!—our odyssey into this ballooning anti-democratic hellscape somehow quickly escalates to a treasure hunter boasting to Will that he’s a “geek” who’s trapped in a “biker’s body.”Listen, and subscribe, to Fever Dreams on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and Stitcher.Read more at The Daily Beast.Get our top stories in your inbox every day. Sign up now!Daily Beast Membership: Beast Inside goes deeper on the stories that matter to you. Learn more.
SPOILER ALERT: The following article contains details about tonight’s Season 3 finale of Mayans M.C. At the end of Mayans M.C.‘s Season 3 finale, which aired tonight on FX, EZ (JD Pardo) and Santo Padre seems on the brink of all-out war with the other Mayans charters. Written by Debra Moore Muñoz and directed by Elgin James, […]
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Esterman is one of the first men with whom Williams has been publicly photographed since her divorce was finalized. Mike Esterman is responding to Wendy Williams, who called him “childish” on her show this week after the couple broke up. In an interview with Page Six, Esterman, 55, said he wasn’t surprised by the remark.
"I even say now, I cringe to even think that I asked that question," Oprah Winfrey said on the Literally! with Rob Lowe podcast
Fans joke Johnson caused the show’s downfall over famously awkward 2019 appearance After 19 seasons on the air, Ellen DeGeneres is calling it quits on her talk show hosting career. DeGeneres told The Hollywood Reporter that she made the decision to end the show simply because it’s “just not a challenge anymore” but obviously, the people of Twitter have other theories. And, in calling the host on her claims, one meme of Dakota Johnson has risen to the surface – or rather, risen to the surface again. In November 2019, actress Dakota Johnson appeared on “Ellen” just shy of two months after her 30th birthday. DeGeneres offered Johnson some birthday wishes before calling her out on not getting an invite to the party. Of course, that wasn’t actually the case, and Johnson made sure Ellen knew it. “Actually no, that’s not the truth Ellen. You were invited,” Johnson revealed. “Last time I was on the show, last year, you gave me a bunch of s— about not inviting you, but I didn’t even know you wanted to be invited. I didn’t even know you liked me.” It was a painfully awkward moment, that you can relive below. And with that, a viral meme was born. Dakota Johnson became the go-to photo for people who were proving themselves right in a conversation, or simply needed something for an awkward moment. And, when news of DeGeneres’ show ending broke on Wednesday, it was Dakota Johnson’s face that dominated Twitter once more. That’s because, considering the show has been embroiled in accusations of a “toxic” workplace for months, people don’t necessarily believe that a lack of challenge is the sole reason behind its ending. Ellen DeGeneres says poor ratings and toxic workplace allegations didn’t play a part in her decision to end The Ellen Show after 19 seasons.(https://t.co/sADQIm5zC2) pic.twitter.com/lLmVV7ODKF— Film Updates (@TheFilmUpdates) May 12, 2021 ellen degeneres: “I'm ending show because it's not a challenge anymore.”dakota johnson: "Actually, no, that's not the truth, Ellen,” pic.twitter.com/hpoSJ29NeQ— Andy Dandy Shitpost (@ANDYdrewME) May 12, 2021 Others joked that it was Johnson’s goal to bring down the show all along, comparing her to Miranda Cosgrove’s character from “Drake and Josh.” Dakota Johnson reading about the ellen show ending pic.twitter.com/R2xBWL8zAb— Nico Correia (@notn1co) May 12, 2021 Me calling Dakota Johnson to say thank you for ending the Ellen DeGeneres show. pic.twitter.com/tCFuFYwI9b— ClockOutWars (@clockoutwars) May 12, 2021 Within hours, “Dakota Johnson” was trending on Twitter alongside “Ellen DeGeneres.” You can check out some of the best uses of the clip and meme below. dakota johnson has done more for society by ending ellen degeneres than most of your faves have in their careers and it shows pic.twitter.com/KVslhRUfi0— hi hi, nicole !! (@canaryfilmss) May 12, 2021 it will NEVER not be funny to me that Ellen's public downfall started when she lied about not being invited to Dakota Johnson's party, when in reality she couldnt come because she was at a football game with her good friend George W Bush. https://t.co/nVJHddeaSD— Bridget Todd 💁🏿 (@BridgetMarie) May 12, 2021 ellen is ending her show? everyone say thank you dakota johnson pic.twitter.com/RpiPK9WpmB— ema | women ⚢ (@marvelsbian) May 12, 2021 The moral of this story is if Dakota Johnson invites you to her birthday party you need to be truthful about that.— Bess Kalb (@bessbell) May 12, 2021 Read original story ‘Ellen’ Show Is Ending and That Dakota Johnson Meme Is Everywhere Again At TheWrap
The former World No. 1's five-year U.S. Open exemption from winning the 2015 PGA Championship has run out.
“It was a big pay cut to do essentially the same job,” Mayne tells The Athletic Following Monday’s news that Kenny Mayne is ending his celebrated 27-year tenure at ESPN, the on-air personality said he left the company after the two could not agree on a new contract. In an interview published Wednesday, Mayne said he was asked to take a “significant” pay cut to do what he described as the same job. “It was a significant pay cut. It was a big pay cut to do essentially the same job,” Mayne told The Athletic. “It was a 14% reduction in time worked and a 61% reduction in money earned. I thought the variance was too much.” ESPN declined to comment on the figures. “It was still a good amount of money in the real world. I’m not trying to frame this as woe for me. Nothing like that. I just think I can do better elsewhere,” Mayne continued. “So I told them that I feel like you’ve got a certain over-under on my worth and I’m going to go play the over. They did not seem to care that I made that choice.” Mayne joined ESPN in 1994 and was one of the main “SportsCenter” anchors, before moving on to more esoteric and offbeat features. He had returned to sporadically anchoring the 11 p.m. ET version of “SportsCenter” in recent years. ESPN has been in cost-cutting mode on the editorial side since late last year. In November, ESPN boss Jimmy Pitaro revealed to staff that the company was laying off 300 employees and revoking 200 open positions. That was followed by the shuttering of the eSports division. Mayne’s departure follows that of another longtime anchor, Trey Wingo, who departed the company last year. That exit came after the departures of top documentary executives Connor Schell and Libby Geist, though neither of those were related to the job cuts. “I’m not bitter or in some big battle with ESPN,” Mayne added in the Wednesday interview. “It didn’t work out for me. They made a choice. They put a number on my worth to them. I’ve been pitching many other things and to do more things for them, and they weren’t interested in those things. So it was just kind of time.” Read the full interview with The Athletic here. Read original story Kenny Mayne Left ESPN After Being Asked to Take 60% Pay Cut At TheWrap
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After six years of recording, the “Joe Budden Podcast” has come to a dramatic end. Host Budden fired his co-hosts, Rory Farrell and Jamil “Mal” Clay, while recording a podcast episode that was posted and then quickly deleted on May 12. Budden later reposted the episode on Patreon, asking fans to subscribe to see the video footage of the podcast recording. Budden, a retired rapper and former “Love and Hip Hop” star, is alone in the studio for the duration of the video. That’s because co-hosts Farrell and Clay (the podcast used to be called “The Joe Budden Podcast with Rory and Mal”) have been mostly absent from recording since March when they took a hiatus to try and sort out their differences with Budden. It seemed like the three were on the road to good terms in late April, when they recorded their first episode after the break. But now the trio seems to be broken up for good. Budden fired Farrell during an expletive-laden rant he recorded solo, claiming that Farrell breached his contract. It’s not clear exactly how the contract was breached, but fans are assuming the breakup is because Budden’s co-hosts asked for more money. “Rory feels like he has so many options here, somehow he still feels like he’s running the show [and] he still feels like he has choices and options, he feels like he’s entitled to more,” Budden said. “Rory, you are in breach of your contract. And from this point forward, you are fired and you are not welcome back,” he added. Budden also called Farrell a “liability” and said he encouraged Farrell and Clay to take their talents elsewhere and start their own show. Reps for Farrell and Clay did not immediately respond to requests for comment. Budden, who started the show in 2016, also said he’d “NEVER funding someone’s sabotage of me, that will NEVER happen… i get far away from the threat…. You can think piece until your face turns blue.” Then, apparently addressing both Farrell and Clay, Budden said, “Y’all take that f—ing dark energy, that arrogance and that entitlement somewhere else.” When a fan asked him if the show was done now that it’s lost two-thirds of the hosts, Budden replied saying it’s “100,000% over.” “Helluva run!! God bless,” Budden said on Twitter Wednesday. Helluva run!! God bless.— Joe Budden (@JoeBudden) May 12, 2021 Since firing Farrell and ending things publicly, Budden has had plenty to say and has been replying to fans and critics alike on Twitter all day. One fan asked him if “maybe this whole situation needs more thought than what you’ve given it,” and Budden replied: No, it’s time for it to STOP being given thought…. There are millions of podcasts, ppl will survive. https://t.co/t5IrwfS8o8— Joe Budden (@JoeBudden) May 12, 2021 “The Joe Budden Podcast” used to be hosted exclusively on Spotify thanks to a multi-figure deal but Budden pulled it from the platform last August, claiming Spotify was unfairly “pillaging” his audience. Check out a few reactions to the podcast’s end — and Budden’s replies to some fans — below. Sorry not sorry 🤷🏽♂️— Joe Budden (@JoeBudden) May 11, 2021 I can afford to. https://t.co/nDgtaM2B7l— Joe Budden (@JoeBudden) May 12, 2021 It’s on Patreon and that’s where it will stay… I’m off to breakfast. https://t.co/CQfXy5eq4c— Joe Budden (@JoeBudden) May 12, 2021 😭 https://t.co/HpssGAm51m— Joe Budden (@JoeBudden) May 12, 2021 I’m phony. https://t.co/LgN7HnXYpX— Joe Budden (@JoeBudden) May 12, 2021 I was wack before this… you be cool. https://t.co/pmc2Db1Ubo— Joe Budden (@JoeBudden) May 12, 2021 Take care. https://t.co/xAAaNgXtaI— Joe Budden (@JoeBudden) May 12, 2021 Joe Budden. The architecture of his own downfall. Every single time.— Lillian (@LillzTIL) May 12, 2021 Joe Budden does not play well with others. Complex, Love & Hip-Hop, Spotify, Eminem/Slaughterhouse, Rory & Mal, Marissa. And that’s just in business. pic.twitter.com/VeYpid9IQg— anna. (@MakeItShady) May 12, 2021 Joe budden podcast.How it started. vs. How it's going. pic.twitter.com/60SrxSPsQ0— Roshan 🌐 (@Roshan_keni) May 12, 2021 I can’t even be mad at @JoeBudden … If you gonna be a public target of ridicule no matter what decision you make , then make the decision that lends itself to what’s best for you …— PAW PAW (@grandfauva) May 12, 2021 Me waking up and seeing the Joe Budden Podcast destroyed pic.twitter.com/PMBCHbVfud— ® (@iNeedAddisonRae) May 12, 2021 Rory and Mal: we want more money.Joe Budden: pic.twitter.com/xBfBMpmIxJ— The Big Chillin' (@Kofie) May 12, 2021 How Rory and Mal looking at Joe Budden and Akademiks pic.twitter.com/uZK4Otaou2— Josiah Johnson (@KingJosiah54) May 12, 2021 The Joe Budden Podcast. pic.twitter.com/cRfwhe8sEZ— ItsTheReal (@itsthereal) May 12, 2021 Joe Budden treated them dudes the way labels treat rappers— The Anonymous Nobody (@el_budget) May 12, 2021 Read original story Joe Budden Ends Podcast After Firing Co-Hosts Rory and Mal Mid-Show At TheWrap
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