Carlson "never expected" her experience at Fox News would precede the #MeToo movement.
The former Fox News host talks strides in the industry 4 years after lawsuit against Roger Ailes.
The "Justice with Judge Jeanine" star responded to a commenter who said she had "drunk girl hair."
A spokesperson for the Discovery Channel says that the network was unaware the former Fox News host would be in a program hosted by Greta Van Susteren.
Charlize Theron credits Gretchen Carlson and the others at Fox News who spoke out about sexual harassment with being the precursor to the #MeToo movement.
The former Fox News host slammed network star Sean Hannity for his cozy interview with Bill O'Reilly.
Charlize Theron opens up about her conflicting feelings as she embarked on both producing and acting in the upcoming film "Bombshell."
Former Fox News host Gretchen Carlson has called on the network to release ex-employees from any non-disclosure agreements that were made with the network.“All women at Fox News and beyond forced to sign NDAs should be released from them immediately, giving them back the voices they deserve,” Carlson told Vanity Fair in a piece published on Monday. “None of us asked to get into a workplace dispute. We simply had the courage to stand up and say something — but in the end it’s our voices no one can hear. Because of our NDAs, we can never say what is factually correct or incorrect about what happened to us at Fox.”The appeal — Carlson is joined by former contributors and staffers like Julie Roginsky, Tamara Holder and Diana Falzone — also comes shortly after NBCUniversal announced via MSNBC host Rachel Maddow that it would release former employees who wanted to speak out about sexual harassment or misconduct from their NDAs. The network has been facing public scrutiny stemming from reporting in Ronan Farrow’s book, “Catch and Kill.” Carlson, alongside former Fox News hosts like Megyn Kelly and Greta Van Susteren, had also written a letter to Comcast CEO Brian Roberts earlier this month, calling on the parent company to launch an “independent investigation of sexual misconduct and coverups at NBC News.” (NBC News has repeatedly denied any wrongdoing.)Carlson, who was once a co-host on “Fox & Friends,” was the first woman to publicly accuse Fox News chairman Roger Ailes of sexual harassment. Her widely publicized story has since been made into the feature film “Bombshell,” which opens in theaters in December, and included in Showtime’s “The Loudest Voice” miniseries. But due to her NDA that she signed on to as part of her settlement with Fox News, the former on-air host has not been allowed to participate in either project.“Because of our NDAs, movies and television projects are being produced, but the women muzzled can’t comment on them,” Carlson told Vanity Fair. “Because of our NDAs, others can continue to spread mistruths and deny our claims, knowing full well we can’t say a thing.”A representative for Fox News did not respond to a request for comment.Read original story Gretchen Carlson Calls on Fox News to Release Former Employees From NDAs At TheWrap
Nicole Kidman, Charlize Theron and Margot Robbie will enter the awards race with "Bombshell."
Gretchen Carlson tells Yahoo Entertainment just what she thought of Naomi Watts's performance in "The Loudest Voice."
Theron as Megyn Kelly and Kidman as Gretchen Carlson aim for Oscar wins in the retelling of how Roger Ailes was brought down.
Showtime has cast Naomi Watts to play Gretchen Carlson in its upcoming limited series about Fox News founder Roger Ailes. Watts joins Russell Crowe, who will play Ailes, in the eight-episode limited series. The project is based on New York Magazine reporter Gabriel Sherman’s best-selling book on Ailes, “The Loudest Voice in the Room,” which details Ailes’ rise to power and how he built Fox News into a cable news behemoth. Sherman co-wrote the first episode with “Spotlight” director Tom McCarthy, who will executive produce alongside Jason Blum.
On "Megyn Kelly Today," Kelly was asked if the accusations against former Fox News host and chair of the Miss America pageant were believable.
The plot of the Miss America bullying panel began to thicken this morning on <em>Megyn Kelly Today </em>when former Miss America winners Suzette Charles (Miss America 1984) and Heather Whitestone (Miss America 1995) came forward to confirm Cara Mund’s claims that Gretchen Carlson, a former Miss America herself, bullied her and others. The two were “shocked and appalled” by Mund’s open letter from last week claiming that she was bullied and put "on a shelf" by the organization…
ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (AP) — The reigning Miss America says she has been bullied, manipulated and silenced by the pageant's current leadership, including Gretchen Carlson.
The new revelations arrive in Gabriel Sherman’s New York magazine feature. Gretchen Carlson’s sexual harassment lawsuit against ousted Fox News chief Roger Ailes, filed in July, may boast a previously unknown piece of evidence: tapes of Ailes making sexually inappropriate comments, recorded by Carlson on her iPhone. In his bombshell New York magazine feature, Ailes chronicler Gabriel Sherman reports that Carlson began sneaking her iPhone into meetings with Ailes in 2014, to capture the executive making the sort of sexually suggestive remarks that Carlson had allegedly heard him make repeatedly in the past.
Tired of reporters telling you Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are neck-and-neck in the polls? Well, ventriloquist Jeff Dunham, currently on tour and filling arenas nightly with a new show called “Perfectly Unbalanced,” has a pretty good idea who he thinks the next President will be, even before the Republican and Democratic conventions are held. Performing Saturday night at the BB&T Arena in Northern Kentucky University with his famous puppets including Achmed the Dead Terrorist and grumpy Walter, the immensely popular ventriloquist has a nightly ritual.
On The Nightly Show With Larry Wilmore, the host discussed recent allegations that Fox News CEO Roger Ailes sexually harassed former host Gretchen Carlson.