Cher turns her nose up at Trump and praises Hillary's toughness in a new Billboard interview, in which she also talks about her recent gift of bottled water to the residents of beleaguered Flint, Michigan.
I don't like anything about Donald Trump. It's a joke at a time when you really need serious people. I don't think he wants the job, or I don't think he actually wants to do the work. I think he wants the job because it's the ultimate deal, and he's the ultimate ego. I don't know that I've heard or seen anybody like him, and I also never thought that Americans would go for someone like him, a person of his quality.
Billboard's Hot 100 songs of 2015. I'm ashamed to say I've barely heard or never heard of most of these songs. Even the very most popular ones, I had to search them out on Vevo to listen a bit before deciding if I'd heard them.
“Being the house ethnic was destroying my life and my sense of myself. Because I had been consigned to play every dusky maiden you’ve ever seen in your life in movies.”Watch actress Rita Moreno, the first Latino person to have won an Oscar, a Grammy, a Tony and an Emmy, give her #BriefButSpectacular take on her lifetime in show business (as well as an acapella performance of ‘This Is All I Ask”.)
Anyone who's read my blog for a long while, or who has read my humorous memoir Starf*cker, will know how special it is to me to be the subject of a Billboard feature.
Keith Caulfield—who appears in Encyclopedia Madonnica 20—graciously interviewed me on the topic of the book's release. He says, helpfully:
Stumped on what to get the Madonna fan in your life for the holidays? How about the 581-page, 4-pound Madonna bible Encyclopedia Madonnica? The massive tome was written by Madonna expert Matthew Rettenmund and covers everything in Madonna’s world from A (the first entry is Abdul, Paula) through Z (zits -- yes, really).
Get your copy today through me, at Amazon (it's not really out of stock; you can still order and it comes quickly), at BN.com, at Marc Jacobs' Bookmarc (400 Bleecker St., NYC, NY) or anywhere else you usually buy books.
Read Keith's profile of me and my book at Billboard here. I'm over the moon about this one.
A photo posted by Guy Oseary (@guyoseary) on Aug 16, 2015 at 8:00am PDT
There is no one photo I could post that would encompass a happy birthday to Madonna, so I thought I'd go with this never-before-seen shot of Madonna and a very young Guy Oseary on the set of “This Used to Be My Playground.” Dangerously close to 25 years ago.