Last night’s Golden Globes had it all; drama (thank you Winona Ryder), suspense (wondering if Kirk Douglas would live to the end of each sentence), intrigue (Is Susan Sarandon gonna start some shit?!) and most notably, Oprah bringing the house down. Let me rephrase, Oprah BURNT the house down.
When that long Golden Globes montage to 101-year-old Kirk Douglas ended on Sunday, I was mainly enraptured by his daughter-in-law Catherine Zeta-Jones’ blowout (and apparently so was Kirk), thinking it was about to snatch away Oprah’s Cecil B. DeMille Award since it was contributing plenty to television in just its three minutes of air time. Alas, others thought the whole pomp and circumstance was brutally tone deaf the same night where “Time’s Up!” was the message since Kirk is said to have been a Grade-A Hollywood predator when he allegedly raped Natalie Wood back in the day. Continue reading
If Debra Messing’s red carpet roasting of the E! Network was any indication of how the 75th annual Golden Globe Awards was going to go, then host Seth Meyers confirmed it with his opening monologue. Normally it’s the actors and actresses in the audience who get lit at the Golden Globes. But this year the creeps watching from the comfort of their couch at home (or current sex rehab) were the ones getting lit up. Harvey Weinstein and Kevin Spacey in particular got lit up the hardest, with a little side-dig at Woody Allen.
L’Oreal’s mysterious, thrilling and dramatic commercial with a surprise reveal starring Winona Ryder!
Almost a year ago, Winona Ryder’s facial expressions at the SAG Awards took us on a riveting and gripping journey of emotions and became Hot Slut of the Month. Winona is back in a L’Oreal commercial that should’ve won the Golden Globe for Best Motion Picture – Drama over Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri (not to be confused with my unauthorized Angelyne documentary called Three Billboards Outside Beverly Hills Adjacent).
Bob Eubanks (80)
Noah Cyrus (18)
Allison “Creepy Chan” Harvard (30)
Freddie Stroma (31)
Gaby Hoffmann (36)
Genevieve Padalecki (37)
Rachel Nichols (38)
Sam Riley (38)
Sarah Polley (39)
Amber Benson (41)
Jenny Lewis (42)
Josh Meyers (42)
Jeremy Spencer (45)
Jason Giambi (47)
R. Kelly (51)
Michelle Forbes (53)
Rey Misterio, Sr. (60)
Harriet Harris (63)
Robby Krieger (72)
Stephen Hawking (76)
Carolina Herrera (79)
Shirley Bassey (81)
David Bowie (1947-2016)
Elvis Presley (1935–1977)
Gypsy Rose Lee (1911-1970)
José Ferrer (1912-1992)
As everyone knows, tonight’s Golden Globes red carpet (wait, why isn’t the carpet wearing black too? Traitor ass!) is all about standing in solidarity against the Harvey Weinsteins of the world. The question “Who are you wearing?” was a bad phrase tonight and if a trick dared to ask it, they’d probably get pummeled with stones on the spot.
The entertainment reporter robots at E! had to be reprogrammed to stay away from “fluff” and ask more serious questions, like about Time’s Up. So when Debra Messing strolled up to Giuliana Rancic’s mic, she talked about why nearly everyone was wearing black, and then she dragged the network that Giuliana works for by shaking her head over the Catt Sadler situation. Catt Sadler left E! News because her bosses refused to pay her as much as co-host Jason Kennedy, who made double. Debra got into the gender wage gap issue and took that opportunity to spit on Giuliana’s mic (I wish she did for real) about Catt Sadler.
“We want diversity, we want intersectional gender parity, we want equal pay. I was so shocked to hear that E! doesn’t believe in paying their female co-hosts the same as their male co-hosts. I mean, I miss Catt Sadler. We stand with her and that’s something that can change tomorrow. We want people to start having this conversation that women are just as valuable as men.”
Giuliana pretty much said shit and you could practically see the tangled up macrame plant hanger she called a ponytail shake with nervousness over how to respond.
Debra Messing drags E! (while being interviewed on E!): "I was so shocked to hear that E! doesn't believing in paying their female co-hosts the same as their male co-hosts" pic.twitter.com/HF3B2uhwtF
— David Mack (@davidmackau) January 7, 2018
Now if only Debra slid over to Ryan’s mic and brought up the rumored sexual harassment allegation against him. I really want to see the smoke blow out of the animatronic leprechaun’s ears right before he malfunctions and shuts down.