Carole Baskin’s Late Husband’s Family Aired A PSA About His Disappearance During The Socially Distanced “Dancing With The Stars” Premiere
Alex, I’ll take “Headlines That Wouldn’t Have Made Any Goddamn Sense A Year Ago” for $1000.
Last night was the 29th season premiere of Dancing With The Stars. The show featured AJ McLean, Skai Jackson, Nelly, Johnny Weir, Anne Heche, Charles Oakley, Jeannie Mai, Jesse Metcalfe, Vernon Davis, Nev Schulman, Chrishelle Stause, Kaitlyn Bristowe, Monica from Cheer, Justina Machado, and, of course,
that bitch wildlife conservationist Carole Baskin! A beaming Carole performed a paso double with partner Pasha Pashkov to (ugh) Eye Of The Tiger. The duo received the lowest score of the night. RIGGED!
The Cast Of The 29th Season Of “Dancing With The Stars” Has Been Announced, And Yes, Carole Baskin Is In It
Dancing With The Stars officially announced the cast of its 29th season on Good Morning America today. We already heard that tiger savior and possible husband murderer Carole Baskin and Anne Heche were going to risk breaking their bones for a check, and joining them and the rest of the cast will be Nev Schulman of MTV’s Catfish and Jesse Metcalf, the big-tittied gardener from Desperate Housewives.
The new season starts on September 14th and if the promos are any indication this cast reveal doesn’t even matter because this show is going to be all about new host and executive producer, Tyra Banks. Well, we’ve known for quite some time that much like the Borg, Tyra likes to insert herself places and take the fuck over.
Tyra Banks Is Reportedly Pissed Off Over Jay Manuel’s Satirical Book About “America’s Next Top Model”
Jay Manuel was the creative director on America’s Next Top Model for 18 seasons and so he knows shit. Which is why he’s milking his time on ANTM for all its worth by releasing a fictional book about a modeling show hosted by a crazy mess. So yeah, he spoofed Tyra Banks for his novel, The Wig, The Bitch & The Meltdown, and Tyra is reportedly not happy. Sources tell Page Six that Tyra is telling ANTM alums to stay away from Jay and to not publicly support his book. Jay Manuel is not welcome in Modelland!
Dancing With The Stars just got ten thousand percent more extra because they’ve got a new host in the form of Tyra Banks. So after contestants do a socially distanced Cha-Cha in an empty studio, they should expect to have to listen to Tyra, appearing via Zoom, go on and on about the time when SHE was on Dancing With The Stars even though she’s never been on Dancing With The Stars. Because Tyra will bring her tomfoolery and shenanigans to DWTS as she replaces the recently-axed Tom Bergeron.
Jay Manuel really lucked out. The former America’s Next Top Model photoshoot-director has a new fictional book coming out called The Wig, The Bitch, And The Meltdown (which sounds more like a Wendy Williams memoir, but okay). It’s about a fictional modeling show called Model Muse which is hosted by a supermodel named Keisha Kash. I’m surprised the fictional modeling show isn’t called The Nation’s Upcoming Big Model, hosted by Myra Tanks. But it’s beneficial for Jay’s book that Tyra Banks‘ antics on the show have been getting a shit-ton of scrutiny recently. Well Jay has come to tell you that it was a mess. He talked with Variety about some of the messy moments in his ANTM career and about that time Tyra swapped people’s ethnicities and he was like, “Please don’t.” Continue reading
Tyra Banks has accomplished a lot in her career. She worked with Janice Dickinson, Kimora Lee Simmons and Paulina Porizkova––and lived to NOT talk about. She stared down the barrel of a canon known as Naomi Campbell, explained the concept of Gay-for-Pay to an audience of confused women, and then single-handedly cured bullying by donning an overweight suit. And yet the Nobel Prize committee continually overlooks her each year. What does a certified woman in business™ have to do to get some respect? Well, it isn’t this.
Tyra has addressed the recent examples of her saying and doing messy things on America’s Next Top Model back in the early-aughts.