16 posts categorized "SHERRI SHEPHERD"

Jul 08 2014
Need To Know: Madonna's Guilty By Association + Astro-Illogical + Grin & Bear Week It + Sherri's Not Kidding Around + MORE! Comments (0)

Madonna-at-jury-dutyThey told her the jury was hung.

*widget boy cultureMadonna serves jury duty in NYC, jury out on accusations of special treatment.

*widget boy cultureWTF does Zac Efron see in Michelle Rodriguez? A hot top?

*widget boy cultureWatch this and get way into—or forever renounce—astrology.

*widget boy cultureTHIS IS PERFECT. THIS IS PERFECT. THIS IS PERFECT.

*widget boy cultureSupport Fringe Festival's Vestments of the Gods.

*widget boy cultureHere is a (Work Unfriendly) promo for P-Town's Bear Week.

*widget boy cultureIn a galaxy far, far Ariana Grande.

*widget boy cultureSherri Shepherd is SOOOO very Christian.

*widget boy cultureBrandon Routh to play another superhero, this time on TV?

*widget boy cultureRight-wing reporter says Scott Pelley killed her anti-Obama stories at CBS. Banksy-2-e1402655468860

*widget boy cultureSpent $60 on 2 Banksys, sold them for $214,000.

*widget boy cultureFootball player comes out on the 4th of July.

*widget boy cultureJust a li'l peen-grab between buddies.

*widget boy cultureSen. Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nevada) promises Hobby Lobby reaction.

*widget boy cultureRepublican judge vs. Supreme Court: STFU!

*widget boy cultureWhat it's like to be Kidnapped for Christ.

*widget boy cultureLevonia Jenkins serving leopard-palozza Hobby Lobby realness:

*widget boy culturePope begs forgiveness of abuse victims.

*widget boy cultureHop into the Vaginamobile.

*widget boy cultureSome Nebraskans think Obama Presidential Library will be an outhouse.

*widget boy cultureRidiculous scandal blames Hillary Clinton for doing her job.

*widget boy cultureChris Christie not interested in Sandy Hook parents.

*widget boy cultureThe quirkiest homes of San Francisco.

Norma-Talmadge-houseGRECIAN FORMULA: Silent star Norma Talmadge's (May 26, 1894—December 24, 1957) home was her temple.

 
May 18 2014
Need To Know: Daley Grind + Pick Of The Kitty Litter + Madge-ic Hair + To Hill With Babs + Dead To Rights + MORE! Comments (0)

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*widget boy cultureTom Daley gets scrubbed. Lisa-Kudrow

*widget boy cultureCat meets baby = me-OW.

*widget boy cultureFirst Comeback comeback pic!

*widget boy cultureZachary Quinto's (Work Unfriendly) booty.

*widget boy cultureCan't believe Sherri Shepherd's ungodly pre-nup.

*widget boy cultureLady Gaga is a pig.

*widget boy cultureMadonna's new supercut. New single? (Or is that Janet?)

*widget boy cultureHillary Clinton helps send off Barbara Walters:

*widget boy cultureHillary's eventual VP moving into Obama's Cabinet first?

*widget boy cultureObama nominates out gay dad as Vietnam ambassador.

*widget boy cultureTea Party nutjobs now sneaking sad rest-home pics for political gain.

*widget boy cultureZac Efron wept on the phone with Michael Jackson.

*widget boy cultureDon't let HIV get you down.

*widget boy cultureVitalii Sediuk crashes America Ferrera's dress at Cannes.

*widget boy cultureZooey Deschanel with ZERO makeup.

*widget boy cultureAnti-gay Texas TV host is probably the daughter of a scam artist. Perfect.

Amy-Kushnir2I scam, I said.

 
May 11 2014
Need To Know: Wurst Place Finish + Shock & Arkansas + Harry's Short 'n' Curlies + Dolly, Ink. + Shameless Skin + MORE! Comments (0)

*widget boy cultureAustrian drag queen Conchita Wurst wins Eurovision 2014. F*ck Russia.

*widget boy cultureJudge discovered on Manhunt decides to retire over it. Huh?

*widget boy culture1st same-sex marriage in the South: We came, we Arkansas, we conquered.

*widget boy cultureLiaison—1st gay club in a Vegas casino—set to open in Bally's.

*widget boy culturePUBIC-HARRY: One Direction superstar flashes major pube-age.

*widget boy cultureSCORCHED, FLAT EARTH: Sherri Shepherd's divorce gets nas-tay. Miley-Cyrus-G-A-Y

*widget boy cultureMadonna's next album cover? Plus, her dancing tween!

*widget boy cultureHOT WAX: That's Jon Hamm, dummy!

*widget boy cultureDolly Parton's boobies and arms are inked, y'all.

*widget boy cultureMiley Cyrus sexes up G-A-Y.

*widget boy cultureDavid Cronenberg + Julianne Moore = must-see.

*widget boy cultureNintendo vs. same-sex relationships. Aw, they're sowwy.

*widget boy cultureHAPPY MOTHER'S GAY: Starbucks has two mommies.

*widget boy cultureSuperhot torso.

*widget boy cultureBrendan Fehr is in the closet.

*widget boy cultureMichael Jackson to sing beyond the grave.

*widget boy cultureHottie Walter Delmar's butt portraits. (Work Unfriendly)

*widget boy cultureModel Brian Shimansky goes full-frontal. (Also Work Unfriendly)

*widget boy cultureChoke on your Chick-Fil-A, assholes.

*widget boy culturePervy Marcus Patrick's new video for “Baby It's On” after the jump...

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May 15 2012
50 Shades Of Gay Rights Comments (1)

In engaging remarks on The View, President Obama talks about his former support of civil unions, his now fully evolved marriage-equality views, his belief that DOMA is not Constitutional and his ignorance of 50 Shades of Grey.

 
Jul 26 2010
From The President's Point Of View Comments (0)

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President Obama will tape an appearance on The View Wednesday that will air Thursday—the first time a sitting U.S. president has appeared on a daytime talk show. Kudos to Barbara Walters for this big get; Walters will be returning for the first time since her heart surgery for this episode. 

This is going to be a huge deal. Not only will Obama have to be on his toes for whatever right-wing bullshit Elisabeth Hasselbeck will spring on him in order to score points with her base, he'll also have pointed, I would assume, questions from the left's Joy Behar. After all, things have changed since his 2008 appearance as a candidate.

I wonder which will bring up Don't Ask, Don't Tell or gay issues in general—the left-leaning crew, out of genuine interest, or Hasselbeck, out of a desire to stick a salty finger in the wound between the president and gay activists?

He's got a lot of other stuff to be grilled about, too—BP, the economy, Afghanistan and Iraq, fluffy stuff, the upcoming elections, Shirley Sherrod. Hope he takes it as seriously as one last Hillary Clinton debate.

 
Jul 12 2010
The View To A Kill Comments (3)

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Via press release: GLAAD has placed a full-page ad in Variety directed at The View, calling on the show to correct its misinformation about HIV rates in the black community and the downlow phenomenon. 

Everyone is entitled to his or her own opinion (even idiots like Sherri Shepherd and D.L. Hughley, who tried to put on their smart voices when they initially spewed the false info), but nobody is entitled to her or her own facts.

 
Jun 23 2010
Bloody Nonsense Comments (4)

Via Joe.My.God.: Yesterday on The View, fill-ins D.L. Hughley and MSNBC's Thomas Roberts (the former much more so than the nervous latter) contributed to a discussion on the FDA's decision to maintain its ban on blood donations from any men who've had sex with other men since 1977. Hughley eventually stated agreement with the decision, stating that "political correctness" has no place in the medical world.

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Jun 22 2010
Praying Mantras Comments (7)

"Gay-lifestyle" foe D.L. Hughley and out MSNBC anchor Thomas Roberts joined The View today, and the results were...a whole lot of crazy coming from Elisabeth Hasselbeck and way too many prayer-obsessed hosts. The debate was whether or not President Obama should have referenced prayer regarding the BP spill. Joy Behar said no because it's not logical, which led to Hasselbeck insisting that prayer IS logical. Oh, and of course Sherri Shepherd emphatically believes prayer "works."

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Jun 15 2010
Cool Places Comments (10)

Elisabeth Hasselbeck was seething all through The View's interview with Kathy Griffin, but it never got past Griffin telling her, "Actually, this moment is what I live for—so bring it!" All Hasselbeck could muster? "It's all...cool."

 
Feb 02 2010
On The List Comments (3)

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 Kathryn Bigelow & James Cameron: Oscar's War of the Lenses

The Oscar nominations are out, and while some who had a pretty good shot saw their hopes dashed (Daniel Day-Lewis in Nine for Best Actor; Emily Blunt in The Young Victoria for Best Actress; (500 Days of Summer), Where the Wild Things AreInvictus, Nine, Julie and Julia and my personal choice of A Single Man for Best Picture; Diane Kruger in Inglourious Basterds, Julianne Moore in A Single Man and Marion Cotillard in Nine for Best Supporting Actress; Michael Moore's Capitalism: A Love Story for Best Documentary; A Single Man for Art Direction...it was criticized as too pretty, but apparently it still wasn't pretty enough!; "Cinema Italiano" from Nine and "All is Love" from Where the Wild Things Are for Best Original Song), most of the nominees were unsurprising. In fact, with one exception (Kruger losing her spot to Maggie Gyllenhaal), all of the major acting nominees matched the SAG nominees.

Loved how the collected press applauded for the crowd-pleasing Blind Side noms...it's like American Idol where the best frequently don't win, but the favorites do! (Maybe The Blind Side is this year's Ruben Studdard.) 

Lee_daniels Kathryn Bigelow becomes only the fourth woman ever nominated for a Best Director Oscar (so deserved), and has an excellent chance to become the first to win. Also, Lee Daniels is only the second black man nominated for Best Director (also so deserved; the first was not Spike Lee, but John Singleton). Also re Daniels, I don't have stats on how many out gay people have been nominated for the award, but Rob Marshall comes to mind.

Sandra-bullock-the-blind-side As for nominating 10 films instead of five, it feels like a marketing gimmick to me, especially when only five directors are nominated—it feels like the five films whose helmers were ignored are just honorary mentions with next to no chance of winning. And I didn't find the extra five to be particularly interesting choices, either—they feel like films that should have been in the running but shouldn't have been in the final cut, or, in the case of The Blind Side, they're concessions to commercial juggernauts. (I guess that is this year's Ghost, except Ghost was able to be nominated when there were only five slots, and The Blind Side probably wouldn't have had a shot.)

But the Oscars are the original marketing gimmick gone good, so more power to the movies that benefit from the looser standards.

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The full list of nominees follows (and more movie talk is available here), but my guesses right now for the top awards would be: Avatar (but Inglourious Basterds has a real shot and The Hurt Locker is not out of the question), Bigelow, Bridges, Bullock (she's had the momentum, but Streep could still pull it off in the more conservative Oscars), Mo'Nique and Waltz.

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