Category: Send In The Clowns
Here’s The First Look At Lady Gaga As Harley Quinn In The “Joker” Sequel “Folie à Deux”
15 years. Three presidencies. Two (and a half) exhausting Oscar campaigns. That is how long we’ve had to wait for Lady Gaga to lay all her cards on the table and finally show us her, her, her, her, her Joker Face. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Joker director Todd Philips shared a special Valentine message to all those hopeless
romantics sociopaths out there with a first look at Lady Gaga as Harley Quinn in the upcoming Joker sequel Folie à Deux.
Now Randy Quaid Is Considering A Run For Governor Of California
After having initially encouraged Caitlyn Jenner’s bid to become governor of California in our now all but certain election to recall Gov. Gavin Newsom, noted crackpot and ardent Donald Trump supporter Randy Quaid has decided that he might throw his hat into the ring as well. And just like that, the three-ring circus has become a four-ring circus. And it’s teeming with lice. If Randy wins, I hope he trains them to do tricks!
The Kardashians Won’t Be Campaigning For Caitlyn Jenner Because Their Politics Don’t Align
Just a few days into her official campaign to become the next governor of California, Caitlyn Jenner is already proving she’s at least as qualified as Gary Coleman was when he ran in our last gubernatorial recall election back in 2003. According to TMZ, Caitlyn’s already taken a bold stance on prison reform even though she may not quite understand how the office of the District Attorney works. So, she’s not as qualified as Arnold Schwarzenegger was, but is possibly more qualified than Gallagher. And her views run contrary to those of future civil rights attorney/potential one-day Madame President Kim Kardashian’s. TMZ reports that none of the Kardashians, least of all Kim, will be campaigning for Caitlyn.
Khloe Kardashian Responded To Rumors That She’s Pregnant With Tristan Thompson’s Baby
No, they have not come up with a cure for COVID-19, this news is even bigger. Khloe Kardashian, of The Kalabasas Kardashians feat Kris Jenner, star of Keeping Up With The Kardashians, mother, mogul (?), sister, friend, is disgusted (!) by people talking about her personal business, calling them “sick.” On an April episode of KUWTK, a show celebrating the personal business of the Kardashians, Khloe discussed some rather personal business, saying that she was considering relieving her ex-boyfriend and father of her child, Tristan Thomas, of some of his sperm for her own personal use so that their baby True might have a sibling. As you’ll no doubt recall, Khloe and Tristan broke up after he kissed Khloe’s best TV friend Jordyn Woods, and then Khloe broke up with her too. Well now the unthinkable has happened. People have commented upon her personal business, daring to speculate if the thing she talked about on TV had come to fruition. It is indeed a sick, sad world.
“Joker” Controversy Prompted A Both Sides Argument From Director Todd Phillips, And The Military Has Issued A Warning
Joaquin Phoenix is probably in a panic right now as he watches his Oscar chances slip through his fingers with every new complaint that his portrayal of the Man Who Would Be Joker, Arthur Fleck, might incite violence. But things must slip through his fingers all the time, it’s hard to hold things when you’ve always got a cigarette in your hands. Besides, his little lettuce-fed Joker weight arms probably can’t really hold much of anything, least of all a heavy gold trophy.
But he’s got good reason to be concerned, the closer we get to Joker’s October 4 release date, the more pressure is being put on director Todd Phillips, theater owners, and now the military, to address the possibility of Joker inspiring a mass shooting or other violent acts.
Longtime “Bozo The Clown” Frank Avruch Has Died
As far as clown archetypes go, you won’t find one more iconic than Bozo The Clown. Big red nose, check. Eyebrow game on fleek, check. Clown pattern baldness, check. WCVB in Boston reports that Frank Avruch, the man who played Bozo The Clown from 1959 through 1970 has died. Frank was more than just a clown. He was also a beloved Boston local celebrity who hosted and appeared on numerous shows on WCVB-TV including Good Day, The Great Entertainment and Man About Town.