Category: Alyssa Milano

Alyssa Milano Made Whoopi Goldberg Sigh On “The View” By Announcing She’s Sticking With Twitter

November 30, 2022 / Posted by:

We can’t credit Alyssa Milano for the creation of the #MeToo movement but we can acknowledge that she was one of the first celebrities to inspire my usage of the hashtag #TookToTwitter, which, despite my considerable efforts over the years to make that a thing, continues to languish from disuse, forever criminally underused and hanging by a thread much like the fate of Twitter itself since Elon Musk took over (or #TookTwitter, for those keeping track) and fired all the adults. But ever since Alyssa got a little bit of credit for helping #MeToo spread like wildfire on Twitter back in the early days of our current end times, she’s used the platform as a virtual soapbox (yes, her avatar is STILL standing on a literal one, megaphone in hand) for her burgeoning career as a leftist rabble-rouser. And she’s not going down without a fight.

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Alyssa Milano Is Considering Running For Congress In California’s 4th District

June 10, 2021 / Posted by:

That cartoonishly large megaphone Alyssa Milano holds in her Twitter profile pic might be getting even bigger as she contemplates running for Congress in 2024. However strained your eyeballs feel right now, Alyssa’s are probably ever sorer because she’s been eying Rep. Tom McClintock’s (R, duh) seat in California’s 4th District, which is Truckee, all the way from Ventura county! Alyssa must have looked at all the good work Caitlyn Jenner’s been doing for the state of California and said, you know what bitch, #metoo.

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Alyssa Milano Responded To Being Called “Washed Up”

April 29, 2021 / Posted by:

Despite what you might assume from her last name, Alyssa Milano did not get famous by inventing a delicious chocolate-filled crispy sandwich cookie and selling the recipe to the good people at Pepperidge Farm. She became a household name when she played Samantha Micelli in Who’s The Boss?. She also appeared in three seasons of Melrose Place and starred on Charmed. Recently, someone on social media decided to imply that all of Alyssa’s career highs are in the metaphorical rear-view mirror of her life, by boldly characterizing her as “washed-up.” That person quickly learned that what Alyssa is, is a person who has the time to respond to a nasty comment. Because that’s what she did.

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Rose McGowan Claims Alyssa Milano Made The “Charmed” Set A Toxic Space In Latest Twitter Feud

August 23, 2020 / Posted by:

Charmed? More like…the opposite of Charmed (whatever that is). Continuing to completely shit on any hopes of a Charmed reunion, Rose McGowan took yet another swipe at Alyssa Milano, accusing her of, among other things, allegedly creating a completely horrible and toxic work environment for everyone. Rose didn’t really elaborate on what exactly Alyssa is supposed to have done, but other cast members have already come out with their own version of events.

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Alyssa Milano Said She Tested Positive For COVID Antibodies

August 6, 2020 / Posted by:

Earlier this week, Alyssa Milano announced that she and Tony Danza were set to star in a Who’s The Boss? reboot, SANS MONA. And Michael K wept. Then yesterday, Alyssa shared even more horrible news. She recently tested positive for coronavirus antibodies, after getting really sick right at the beginning of the outbreak in March. So no Mona, and now corona? Not Alyssa’s week.

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Um, A “Who’s The Boss?” Sequel Is In The Works WITHOUT Mona!

August 5, 2020 / Posted by:

We all know that the answer to the question, “Who’s the boss?“, was Mona Robinson and Mona Robinson only. But since Hollywood doesn’t give a minuscule crumb of shit about blatant facts, they are doing a sequel to Who’s The Boss? without Mona Robinson since Mona Robinson (played to glamorous ginger perfection by Katherine Helmond) is now making heaven a more gorgeous place. Deadline says that the Who’s The Boss? sequel will only star Alyssa Milano and Tony Danza. They should go ahead and call the sequel Who Asked For This? since that’s what everybody is going to ask without Mona and regular servings of Angela Bower.

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