And it’s worth about $0.22 in real life. But, in Dlisted credits, it’s worth jillions cuz’ that was some hilarity straight from the ragged 90s. Tara Reid (seen below at the Sharknado: The 4th Awakens premiere in Las Vegas wearing an actual exploded shark) went on Hollywood Today Live (does anyone else find that title convoluted?) to promote the “film.” Screech owl host Ross Matthews and the chick Chelsea Handler terrifies asked her about the satellite radio catfight of the century! People transcribed it for us, but you can watch the video below.
“Something like that is so silly,” the Sharknado star said of her heated McCarthy interview. “We’re here to talk about Sharknado and to go into stuff that has nothing to do with something else and keep going and going and going. And they’re saying like, ‘Come on guys, let’s be happy and talk about Sharknado, and it didn’t end that way. I was like, ‘Good for you, Jenny. At least now people know you have a show.'”
Ooh, here’s some butter to put on that burn, Jenny McCarthy! Ross didn’t give a shit about Tara promoting Sharknado 18 and was chiefly concerned with answering one burning question. Would this crevasse that opened up in 1990s garbage culture ever mend? Would fillers and rat poison work together once more in lowest-tier celebrity harmony? Will Taradise ever air again? I know, that was three burning questions.
“We never even had beef, so I don’t know where that came from,” she said. “I think she actually purposefully did that to get ratings. Why else do that? It didn’t make any sense. I definitely don’t think I’ll be going on her radio show anytime soon,” she said.
That hurts because Taradise vs. Blonde Anti-Vaxxer Round Two could have distracted us from everything wrong with the world. It pains me to blog this (no, it doesn’t) but Tara has had so many chemicals injected into her mug that it’s like her face is moving in slow motion. See below. Her facial reactions to the conversation manifest two minutes after her brain sends them out. “Screw you! You try emoting with the Botox equivalent of a living doll mask grafted on to your face!” – Tara to me.