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ABOVE: Still hard to believe Clarence Clemons died so long ago. Ten years already.
BELOW: Keep reading for Pelosi's plans to impeach and her account of the insurrection, the man arrested for declaring he wanted to execute her on live TV, Rep. Boebert's complicity with the January 6 mob and yes, some non-insurrection news ...
ABOVE: No, this doesn't make you look — gulp — fat.
ABOVE: Yes. Every day.
Clearly, songbird Taylor Dayne has been reading her social media feed in the aftermath of her decision to play Mar-A-Lago maskless on New Year's Eve, and she might be sweating how the reaction will affect her career.
I don't think every public figure has to be public about how they vote, but I also don't admire fence sitters. Of the countless wonderful things about famous apolitical singer Dolly Parton, one of them is not her unwillingness to choose a side. (I recall Dolly saying Trump and Hillary were both crazy.) However, if you're going to go the Dolly route, then part of being apolitical is never agreeing to appear in a politicized setting ... and singing at Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago on the New Year's Eve he's attempting to steal an election, maskless during a pandemic, definitely falls into that category.
P.S. The way I feel is sexual after reading artist Amber's response to Dayne:
UPDATE: Taylor Dayne's cringeworthy response. I guess she can't afford a publicist.
FURTHER UPDATE: Terri Nunn's much better response, though it's sad that pleading ignorance is the least offensive way out of this.
Welp, that's that.
Berlin has an orchestral album coming, but don't buy it — they played Mar-A-Lago's superspreader event on New Year's Eve. As a bonus, Terri Nunn is blocking fans on social media who bring it up.
She wants to have “No More Words” about contributing to COVID-19's desire to “Take My Breath Away.”
ABOVE: David Ortega, still the best on IG.