If it looks like in the picture above, Katie Couric is thinking to herself, “Yup, your noses aren’t lying to you, I just farted,” that’s because she might have. That’s according to her former nanny, anyway.
Katie Couric’s new book Going There should have been called Bridge Burner because while she calls predatory pile of smug Matt Lauer a “decent” man who she sent words of love and support to during his downfall, she drags Deborah Norville, Martha Stewart, Diane Sawyer, Ashleigh Banfield, Ashleigh Banfield’s dad, and even her former nanny. According to Page Six, Katie writes in her book that her former nanny was like a human hybrid of The Hand That Rocks The Cradle and Single White Female, because the woman was delusional, obsessed, and tried to destroy her marriage. But the former nanny is biting back and says that Katie is like something out of an 80s comedy about a disgusting tween boy who gets trapped in the body of a fake ass news anchor. The nanny says that Katie was a farty, nose-picking slob who displayed her boogers on a pillow and turned her dirty underwear inside out inside of changing them for new ones. Well, if everybody in Katie’s life turns on her because of her book, she can always count on Dax Shepard and Kristen Bell taking her in.
Katie Couric Takes Shots At Martha Stewart, Deborah Norville, Prince Harry, And Many More In Her Upcoming Memoir “Going There”
The synopsis on Amazon for Katie Couric’s new memoir Going There says “if you thought you knew Katie Couric, think again.” So did you? Think you knew Katie Couric? I guess I never really thought much about her but my interest is piqued because in Going There, she straight up calls Prince Harry a stink-nasty drunk and basically calls Martha Stewart a humorless see you next Tuesday who found some much needed humbling in the chokey. And don’t get her started on Jeffrey Epstein and his little friend Prince Andrew. No actually, do get her started, and please, may she never stop. I’m already looking forward to her follow-up memoir I Said What I Said.
Even after Donald Trump was officially evicted from the White House, we’re still talking about Donald Trump, and as anyone with a conspiracy-loving Facebook-dependent aunt knows, there are still people out there who are firmly on Team Trump. To the surprise of many, Meghan McCain might have let it slip that she’s one of them. Or at the very least, she didn’t check her words before they left her mouth.
Because there’s nothing else going on during this never-ending pandemic hellscape, Katie Couric hosted a throwback Zoom reunion of The Parent Trap. Ahem, the The Parent Trap *remake* from 1998. Not the 1961 original. That particular reunion would consist of 74-year-old Hayley Mills talking to a mirror, because most of that cast is dancing to “Let’s Get Together” in heaven.
Here’s who showed up: actors Lindsay Lohan (wow, what a get!) Dennis Quaid, Elaine Hendrix, Lisa Ann Walter, Simon Kunz, director Nancy Meyers and writer-producer Charles Shyer. Since network television is totally over, it was hosted by Katie on her Instagram page.
You would think that it would take professional over-sharers Kristen Bell and Dax Shepard approximately three seconds into lockdown to pop up and fart out all their marriage problems to the world. It took much longer than that, and it’s probably because they’ve been “at each other’s throats” while self-isolating together. Wait for that country singer to pipe in about how she caught her man Zoom fucking with another woman.
Dating Rosario Dawson is clearly the coolest thing presidential candidate Cory Booker has ever done. Back in February when he let it slip on The Breakfast Club that he “got a boo”, I was 100% convinced that said boo either lived in Canada, or was created in his bedroom using an old Commodore and a knock-off Barbie with wires wrapped around its tits. But I was wrong! Corey really does have a flesh and blood lady friend, a fact confirmed by Rosario herself. And according to Cory, things are so serious that he’s comfortable joking on Ellen about a White House wedding and gushing about how she’s made him a better man.