"This is your show. You have to pay attention"
Piers Morgan, whose CNN talk show Piers Morgan Tonight has been scheduled for cancellation in a few weeks, was dumb enough to invite Chelsea Handler to be a guest on his show because unlike many of Morgan‘s other guests, Chelsea doesn’t mince words nor does she take anyone’s bullshizz. I don’t even want to explain what Chelsea does in the video embedded above, you will have to watch it for yourselves. Chelsea Handler says to Piers Morgan‘s face the things that so many people wish they had the opportunity to say … and it’s a pleasure to watch. Check out the video, and love.
Can you guess which two words?
Over the weekend we learned not only that Frank Ocean is legally changing his name to Frank Ocean but that he is being sued by Chipotle for allegedly breaking a contract with them for a commercial they agreed to do together. Today, Frank updated his official Tumblr page with an unofficial response to Chipotle‘s lawsuit. The company wants him to repay the $212,500 advance they gave him for a commercial he agreed to produce with them. Click below to read Frank‘s response to their plea. More »
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"What the f*ck is going on snoop?"
50 Cent has been commenting publicly in the past week or so about the “suspect” behavior of some of his rapper cohorts. About a week ago, 50 made the suggestion that Diddy and Rick Ross were gay lovers before he backtracked and tried to delete the comments that he posted publicly. Then, a few days ago, 50 Cent seemed to take umbrage with the fact that Snoop Dogg got a fancy manicure. This time, Snoop responded to Fitty‘s questioning in the best way possible. Click below to see the photo of Snoop‘s manicure that inspired 50 Cent to open his big mouth and read what Snoop had to say in response. More »
Earlier this week we learned that Shia LaBeouf, who has been acting a bit strange in public lately, decided to open an art installation of sorts here in LA called #IAMSORRY where he allows members of the public to sit across a table from him to shoe them how “sorry” he is. Today we learn that actor Jerry O’Connell, with a little help from Funny or Die, has decided to take things one step further and troll Shia‘s art piece by opening his own parody art piece called #IAMSORRYTOO right next door. Like Shia, it is believed that Jerry will make himself available to members of the public but unlike Shia, my guess is that Jerry plans to have a little more fun with this project. More »
"[B]ut we don't stand anywhere near them in terms of music."
50 years after the British Invasion when the Beatles first came to the US and took the WORLD by storm, many folks have been comparing the fame and pop cultural impact of the Beatles with the biggest boyband on Earth right now, One Direction. 1D member Harry Styles gave an interview to Top of the Pops in the UK this weekend and he boldly proclaimed that in terms of fame, his group is “even bigger” than it was for the Beatles. HMMM. Harry goes on to make clear that the music of the Beatles is the more superior but fame-wise, he thinks One Direction have got the Fab Four beat. HMMMM. More »
"Of course, I did not molest Dylan."
Just one day short of a week since Dylan Farrow published an open letter in the New York Times wherein she described in some detail the sexual abuse she suffered at the hands of her father Woody Allen, Allen has released an open letter of his own in response to the allegations also published in the NY Times. Earlier in the week, we heard from Woody Allen‘s lawyer and publicist who spoke out in his defense as well as his son Moses Farrow who also spoke out in his defense. At last, we hear from Allen himself … in his own words. Presented below is the full text of Woody Allen‘s open letter response to Dylan‘s letter. As you can read for yourselves, Allen takes great pains to defend himself from the allegations that he sexually abused his daughter and makes clear that this is the last time he will address this matter. Dylan had her say, now Woody has his. More »
“We got it, we considered it, we ultimately decided not to use it”
A week ago tomorrow, Dylan Farrow published an open letter in the New York Times where she described in some detail the sexual abuse she suffered at the hands of her father Woody Allen. Today we learn that the LA Times newspaper was offered the letter first for publication but they decided NOT to publish the letter in their paper. No real explanation has been given as to why Farrow‘s letter was rejected but considering the firestorm of attention it generated, it seems like a bad move on their part to choose not to publish the letter. Additionally we learn today that the New York Times is considering publishing an open letter response to Farrow‘s letter written by Woody Allen himself. The NYT says it has been approached by Allen and they are seriously considering publishing his letter. More »
"Of course Woody did not molest my sister"
Earlier today we read the tweet that Mia Farrow posted on her Twitter profile in the wake of the release of daughter Dylan Farrow‘s open letter publicly accusing her father Woody Allen of sexual abuse. Right now we learn that Dylan‘s brother Moses Farrow has come out in support of Woody that he never molested Dylan. In a new interview with People magazine, Moses explains that mother Mia tried to convince her children to hate Woody Allen and concocted the abuse allegation as payback for Allen‘s relationship with her daughter Soon-Yi. As expected, this family drama is getting more complicated as members of this family begin to take sides and speak out publicly about their positions. Click below to read what Moses Farrow has to say about sister Dylan Farrow‘s sex abuse allegations. More »
Science and Religion
Last night, at the Creation Museum in Petersburg, KY, scientist Bill Nye participated in a debate with Christian author Ken Ham in a battle of wits arguing Evolution vs. Creationism. I heard that this Creation Debate was going to be live streamed online and, thankfully, remembered to tune in to watch it as it happened live last night. Personally, I believe in evolution and was really impressed with how well Nye handled himself and with the way he presented the case for evolution. I must admit, tho, that I was also impressed with Ham‘s ability to argue for creationism as well. While I don’t agree with his arguments, I can appreciate how well-thought out they are and how adeptly he presented his beliefs. In the end, I don’t think the debate changed anyone’s mind on the matter. Folks who believe in evolution likely saw Nye as the winner, creationists likely saw Ham as the winner … but I think the debate is definitely worth watching. Click above to watch the full 2+ hour debate (which starts at the 13:13 mark of the embedded video) … which is long, I know, but I’m telling you, it’s worth watching if you have the time.