Hot off of her controversial White House Press Association appearance, Michelle Wolf has launched a new talk show on Netflix. In The Break with Michelle Wolf, the former Daily Show and Late Night with Seth Meyers writer puts herself center stage, quite literally. In her introduction, Wolf greets the audience by saying “good evening,” indicating she considers this a nighttime talk show.
Michelle Wolf visited "Late Night," where Seth Meyers wasted no time bringing up her widely panned performance at this year's White House Correspondents dinner.
Comedian Michelle Wolf has fired back at critics of her scorched-earth set at last night’s White House Correspondents Dinner. Twitter continues to percolate today, with hashtags from the night comprising more than half of the top 10 trending topics. Republicans naturally have pounced on the set, which spared few in the Trump Administration or the media. Donald Trump, who did not attend, tweeted that Wolf “really ‘bombed,'” putting the word in quotes for reasons that…
The event's host, comedian Michelle Wolf, has ribbed the press secretary over Trump's impending no-show.
With the White House Correspondents’ Dinner taking place this Saturday, we look at how the event -- in which the journalists covering the White House come together with the administration -- became a hot ticket for Hollywood. This year the dinner will be different as Donald Trump has said he won't be attending, making him the first president in 36 years to shun the event due to his contentious relationship with the press.
The man who’s been chosen to host the president-free White House Correspondents’ dinner will have to make his jokes somewhat president-free as well.
Now that he doesn’t have to run for office anymore, President Obama can finally say what’sreally on his mind. Or at least have someone else do it for him. During his speech at last night’s White House Correspondents’ Dinner, Obama welcomed to the stage Key & Peele star Keegan-Michael Key, who plays Obama’s “anger translator” Luther in a recurring sketch on the hit Comedy Central series. Usually, Key’s co-star Jordan Peele plays the part of Obama, but here, he got to stand behind the real thing.