After the tragedy that happened in Las Vegas on Sunday night, many people (famous and regular) gave their thoughts on why mass shootings keep happening. Kirstie Alley thinks she knows why, and her unsolicited hypothesis is chock full of Scientology craziness.
Every morning, Leah Remini applies a fresh coat of La Mer facial moisturizer while a minion reads off the latest direct deposit royalty payment from her King Of Queens fortune. After she sends the assistant off, she lowers the lights, ignites a few candles, and then proceeds to chant the name of every one of her Scientologist ex-friends and accomplices that she can’t wait to take down on A&E since that’s how a vengeful bitch pulls an Arya Start in Tinseltown these days. While I can’t confirm Leah’s skincare regiment, I would almost bet money on the Game Of Thrones ritual since, when she’s not replacing actresses on Memaw network CBS, she’s all about calling out members past and present of Hollywood’s most sacred bathhouse: the Church of Scientology.
While J Harvey brought the tea this weekend that Leah outed Jada Pinkett-Smith as a Scientologist, Jada went on Twitter this morning to say she dabbles in a lot of religions, but that doesn’t mean you should label her by whatever curtains she slips through. Continue reading
Nicole Kidman has four children: two she adopted while married to Tom Cruise (Isabella and Connor), and with her husband Keith Urban (Sunday and Faith). But according to Nicole at the Emmys last night, she’s only got two. I think you can guess which two got that coveted acceptance speech name-drop.
A bunch of people won Creative Arts Emmys this weekend. Special shout outs to my pretend BFF RuPaul on his second (!!!) win, my pretend hometown homescratch W. Kamau Bell, and the only Press Secretary I acknowledge, Melissa McCarthy, for guest actress on SNL. Other big winners included HBO and Netflix for a gang on shows, drama queen Ryan Murphy, and those meddling kids of Stranger Things.
But the most delicious win goes to Leah Remini, who continues to be the stiletto fingernail in the side of the Church of Scientology. And if Leah’s win is any indication, she’s not going to stop jabbing them with it anytime soon.
Admittedly, The King of Xenu does sound a lot snappier than The King of Queens.
Everyone knows that Scientology is kinda strange, and, no, I don’t mean just because they use terms like “thetan,” “dianetics,” and “Tom Cruise is very much still relevant.” People magazine has featured Leah Remini on the cover this week, and you know she went ahead and dragged Scientology across hot coals like it was a Tony Robbins seminar! Continue reading
To her credit, she could have gone a lot further. She left out psychotic, overly short, prefers his wives to be subservient cyborgs, crazy-eyed, jumps on couches, as well as “once starred in a stock-car racing movie.” And I’m not even going to mention my belief that he once put on an all-male, all-nude musical production of Whatever Happened To Baby Jane alongside John Travolta and the rest of the L. Ron Hubbard’s Men’s Choir.
Scientology’s least favorite actress Leah Remini took part in a Reddit AMA on Tuesday about her show, A&E’s Leah Remini: Scientology and the Aftermath. In it, Leah referred to petite cultist Tom Cruise as “diabolical.” I know how you feel, Leah. I saw Valkyrie, too.