Lohan moved to defend Trump over the issue of the terminally ill British baby Charlie Gard, to whose parents the President has offered medical assistance.
Lindsay Lohan may have just outed herself as a Trump supporter, moving to defend the highly controversial president from his critics by urging them to “stop bullying him” and “start trusting him”.
The 31 year old former Mean Girls star took to Twitter on the Fourth of July to take a stand on Trump’s behalf – unusual, when virtually the entire celebrity world has been against him from the word go.
“THIS is our president,” she wrote online in response to a Breitbart news article about Trump offering to help terminally ill baby Charlie Gard, the British infant whose parents were refused medical help for their son by the European Court of Human Rights. “Stop #bullying him & start trusting him. Thank you personally for supporting #THEUSA.”
Continue reading: Lindsay Lohan Defends Donald Trump On Twitter
Pitt sent up President Trump's decision to withdraw from the Paris climate change deal.
Pitt appeared on the Australian comedian’s Comedy Central show this week to promote his new Netflix project War Machine, but the 53 year old actor also got involved with a short, sub-one-minute skit addressing President Trump’s hugely controversial decision to back the United States out of the internationally supported Paris climate change accord.
Brad Pitt was on 'The Jim Jefferies Show' this week, and decided to mock Trump's Paris Accord withdrawal
Represented by celeb attorney Lisa Bloom, Griffin has called a press conference on Friday morning to respond to the fallout.
Following the PR disaster of her Donald Trump ‘severed head’ photoshoot earlier this week, comedienne Kathy Griffin looks like she’s trying to fight back against what she calls “bullying from the Trump family”, calling a press conference for later today.
In the company of attorney Lisa Bloom, the 56 year old star will be looking to reverse the tide of condemnation over the images that emerged from a recent photoshoot with provocative celeb snapper Tyler Shields, in which Griffin is seen holding up a prop of the bloody, severed head of president Trump.
Kathy Griffin is fighting back
The controversial shoot, conducted by Tyler Shields, has now lost Griffin her annual CNN New Year's Eve gig.
The fallout from Kathy Griffin’s now-notorious Donald Trump ‘severed head’ photoshoot continues, as CNN has announced that it has cut all ties with the comedienne and that she will not return as the co-host of the network’s annual New Year’s Eve programme.
“CNN has terminated our agreement with Kathy Griffin to appear on our New Year's Eve program,” the broadcaster said in a statement on Wednesday (May 31st), bringing an end to Griffin’s long-standing role as co-host of the annual show alongside Anderson Cooper, which she has held down since 2007.
Kathy Griffin has been fired from CNN
Trump tweeted the sentence "despite the constant negative press covfefe" last night, and seemingly went to bed without correcting it. Chaos and memes ensued.
Donald Trump has left the internet baffled by seemingly inventing a new word that has taken the world by storm – ‘covfefe’.
That’s right. Trump sent out the mysterious tweet shortly after midnight on Wednesday (May 31st), writing the bizarre word in the context of the sentence: “Despite the constant negative press covfefe.”
That was it. Nothing else. No explanation, and not even in connection with anything else he had written. The incident left many of his 31 million Twitter followers pretty baffled, even by Trump’s pretty high standards for random social media engagement.
Continue reading: Donald Trump Invents Bizarre New Word - "Covfefe"
Kathy Griffin apologises for over-stepping the line with gory image.
Sometimes political statements can go way too far. Kathy Griffin is under fire after partaking in a special photoshoot with Tyler Shields that featured her holding the bloody, severed head of the President. Fake, obviously. But nonetheless, there has been uproar from Trump supporters everywhere.
Kathy Griffin at the 2017 Women's Choice Awards
In fact, it hasn't just been Trump supporters. Even anti-Trump figures have expressed disappointment that one of their peers could have put forth a message of such violence at a time where the threat of World War 3 feels very real. At least now the 56-year-old comedian has apologised for her actions.
Continue reading: Why Kathy Griffin's Severed Trump Head Photoshoot Was So Wrong
Trump appeared on 'The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon' back in September 2016, during which the host ruffled the future president's hair.
The Republican candidate pitched up on Fallon’s NBC show back in September last year, as the presidential election was heating up and liberals were becoming increasingly alarmed at Trump’s progress. During the interview, Fallon reached over to ruffle the would-be politician’s hair, and he swiftly received a backlash on social media for normalising and trivialising Trump after he had made several shocking policy statements.
Jimmy Fallon got in hot water for ruffling Trump's hair in a September interview
Continue reading: Jimmy Fallon Opens Up About Incident Over Donald Trump's Hair
Stephen Colbert, James Corden and Jimmy Kimmel had a lot to say on the subject.
Since the news broke earlier this week that President Donald Trump had fired the director of the FBI James Comey, people around the world have reacted with a mixture of shock and incredulity. It's a crazy situation, and one that Stephen Colbert, James Corden and Jimmy Kimmel have been making light of.
Donald Trump out voting on election day
Despite the fact that Trump's presidency is actually quite terrifying for the people who live in America, you can't deny that the man has high entertainment value. He makes himself extremely easy to make fun of, especially when he's living up to his 'Apprentice' catchphrase 'You're fired!'.
Colbert had made a rather explicit joke about oral sex, Trump and Russian president Vladimir Putin on Monday's show.
On Monday’s edition of ‘The Late Show’ (May 1st), the late night talk show heavyweight made a joke referring to oral sex, Trump and Russian president Vladimir Putin in his opening monologue that got many viewers, many of them Trump supporters, incredibly angry.
Stephen Colbert with his wife Evelyn at the Met Gala 2017
Continue reading: Stephen Colbert Responds To Donald Trump '#FireColbert' Controversy
Jenner gave an interview to People magazine to explain that her support for the Republican party will not stop her from advocating on behalf of the LGBTQ community.
Since her much-celebrated transition nearly two years ago, Caitlyn Jenner has copped an awful lot of flak from onlookers for her outspoken stance as a Republican, maintaining her support for a party whose approach to LGBTQ rights and social issues has not exactly been progressive.
However, Jenner has sought to clarify her position vis-à-vis the G.O.P. and the new president Donald Trump, and how that sits with her position as arguably the most high-profile member of the transgender community, in a new interview with People.
The 67 year old hopes to be able to advocate for LGBTQ issues and find an audience with both the Democrats and Republicans, and to the Trump administration.
Baldwin dropped by 'The Late Show' and told Stephen Colbert how he does his acclaimed impression of Donald Trump.
The dreaded rise of Donald Trump has been a career blessing for at least one person: Hollywood star Alec Baldwin, who has grabbed headlines for his impersonations of the divisive president for the last several months on ‘Saturday Night Live’.
But now, finally, he’s revealed the secret of how he manages to so accurately pull off his impression – most notably, the so-called ‘Trump face’, which Baldwin described as “trying to suck the chrome off the fender of a car” when he dropped by ‘The Late Show’ this week.
Alec Baldwin has won great acclaim for his impression of Donald Trump on 'SNL'
Arnie made a video that sniped at Trump's falling approval ratings and budget furore.
“The ratings are in, and you got swamped,” Schwarzenegger said in a clip he posted on Tuesday morning (March 21st). “Wow, now you’re in the 30s? But what do you expect when you take away after-school programs for children and Meals on Wheels for the poor people?”
Arnie took on The Donald once again on social media
Continue reading: Arnold Schwarzenegger Needles Donald Trump Over Falling Approval Ratings
'SNL' will be broadcast live across America for the first time in its 42-year history from April 15th.
For the first time in its lengthy history, ‘Saturday Night Live’ is set to actually be aired live in all time zones across America in a first coast-to-coast broadcast for the end of the current season.
In a month’s time, starting on Saturday April 15th, the East Coast-based NBC favourite will air simultaneously across the United States for the last four episodes of the current 42nd series. The episodes concerned will be hosted by Jimmy Fallon on April 15th, followed by Chris Pine on May 6th, Melissa McCarthy on May 13th, and Dwayne Johnson for the curtain-closer on May 20th.
While he was still a businessman, Trump apparently expelled 1D from his hotel because they refused to meet his daughter.
Donald Trump’s new policies have been widely denounced and criticised for being tyrannical, but they can hardly have come as a surprise to Liam Payne, who recalled a time they were on the receiving end of the new president’s wrath when One Direction were kicked out of one of his hotels – because they refused to meet his daughter!
It’s not exactly clear when this happened, but Payne said that the band and their entourage were staying in Trump’s hotel in New York City and catching up on their sleep, when a request came from on high for 1D to meet the new POTUS’s kid.
“Trump actually kicked us out of his hotel once… You wouldn’t believe it. It was about [meeting] his daughter,” he told Rollacoaster magazine in a new interview.”
Continue reading: Liam Payne Reveals Donald Trump Once Kicked One Direction Out Of Hotel
The internet is divided over BadBadNotGood 'Lavender' video.
Snoop Dogg has rendered the internet divided by his actions in the new BadBadNotGood video for 'Lavender', after he uses a joke gun to apparently assassinate a character dressed as a clown version of President Donald Trump. Senator Marco Rubio has suggested the endeavour is dangerous.
Snoop Dogg 'assassinates' Donald Trump in music video
The rapper rants and raves about police brutality and a racist bureaucracy in the Nightfall Remix of BadBadNotGood's song 'Lavender' featuring Snoop and Kaytranada. The video, directed by Jesse Wellens and James DeFina, sees everyone wearing clown make-up and shoes, with various clown accessories.
Continue reading: Is Snoop Dogg's Donald Trump 'Assassination' Video Dangerous?
We're sure Donald Trump had it coming.
Celebrities are wistfully remembering what a laugh Donald Trump used to be before he became President of the United States. James Corden in particular remembers 'spanking' him during a Broadway show - that was only five years ago and yet it's a far cry from what you'd expect of him now.
James Corden got to spank Donald Trump
While interviewing 'Scandal' star Kerry Washington and 'Saturday Night Live' star Alec Baldwin (best known in the current climate for his Donald Trump impersonations on the show) on 'The Late Late Show', James Corden reflected on their previous encounters with the thin-skinned President.
Continue reading: James Corden Remembers Spanking The President Of The United States
Baldwin has been lampooning the controversial president on 'Saturday Night Live' since October 2016 - but he thinks he might retire it soon.
Alec Baldwin’s impersonations of Donald Trump on ‘SNL’ have hit the nail so precisely on the head that the new president himself has even criticised them on numerous occasions. However, the actor has hinted that he won’t be doing them for that much longer.
Baldwin’s impressions, along with those of Melissa McCarthy ripping it out of press secretary Sean Spicer, have coincided with a ratings boost for ‘Saturday Night Live’.
However, the 58 year old Hollywood star intimated to Extra in an interview on Monday (March 6th) that he’s strongly considering packing in his lampoons of the rage-tweeter-in-chief soon.
Schwarzenegger took over as host of the NBC reality show earlier this year.
The President made the claim on Twitter, after Schwarzenegger gave an interview to Empire Online, saying he wouldn't be returning to the series and citing the show’s association with Trump as driving away viewers.
Donald Trump claims Arnold Schwarzenegger was fired as host of ‘Celebrity Apprentice’
Urging journalists to "fight for truth" against Donald Trump, Hanks kept up his tradition of sending a new coffee machine to the White House press pack.
Tom Hanks has always been known as one of the nicest guys in Hollywood, and his latest gesture toward political journalists – an often maligned profession – has demonstrated that once more.
The actor had an espresso machine delivered to the White House press corporation to provide reporters with caffeinated boosts as they “fight for truth” in reporting on the various goings-on in the Trump White House, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
“To the White House Press Corps. Keep up the good fight for truth, justice and the American way. Especially, the truth part,” Hanks’ note read, as can be seen via NBC’s political correspondent Peter Alexander’s Twitter feed.
Continue reading: Tom Hanks Sends Espresso Machine To White House Press Corps
Any mention of the 'orange-coloured man' will cost you 100 bucks.
It's no wonder that Jimmy Kimmel is thinking about retirement from the talk show business, what with Donald Trump's various antics inciting an endless stream of must-be-addressed issues since his election. Thus, he decided to take a well-earned break with 'Trump-Free Tuesday' this week.
Jimmy Kimmel declares Trump-Free Tuesday
Yesterday (February 28th 2017) the talk show host decided to disregard the President's Congress address on 'Jimmy Kimmel Live!' and declared it an official 'Trump-Free Tuesday'. We don't blame him. If we had to write monologues all the time about the crazy things Trump says, we'd get tired of it too.
The actor hit out at Trump during his acceptance speech at the César Awards in France.
Clooney was joined by friend, fellow actor Jean Dujardin, who provided a joking “translation” of what the American was trying to say, before things took a more serious tone.
George Clooney spoke about Trump at the Cesar Awards on Friday
Continue reading: George Clooney Uses Humour To Address Serious Issues Of Trump Presidency
Foster was speaking at the United Talent Agency’s 'United Voices' rally.
The United Voices Rally was held by the United Talent Agency, in place of their usual pre-Oscars party, with the aim to “express the creative community’s support for freedom of speech and artistic expression and stand against policies of exclusion and division”.
Jodie Foster spoke at an anti-travel ban rally in Los Angeles on Friday
Continue reading: Jodie Foster Tells Anti-Travel Ban Rally: "It's Time To Resist"
The rapper went to meet the then President-elect to talk through some issues
Despite winning the US Presidential election, Donald Trump doesn’t have a lot of friends or a copious amount of outspoken fans. So, when rapper Kanye West went to meet Trump during the time he was President-elect and he spoke of their friendship - many were surprised.
Kris Jenner 'clears up' her son-in-law, Kanye's relationship with President Trump
However, it appears that the Yeezy fashion designer and husband of Kim Kardashian has backtracked and may not be as close to the new leader of the Free World as first thought.
Continue reading: Kris Jenner Claims Kanye West And Donald Trump Are Not Friends
Morgan and Rowling spent the weekend exchanging blows on Twitter, while the rest of us grabbed some popcorn,
What followed was a back and forth Twitter war between the two, during which Rowling displayed her usual 140 characters brilliance and Morgan’s son made an awkward revalation.
Last month Trump called Streep 'one of the most over-rated actresses in Hollywood'.
The Oscar winner came under fire from the President last month after she criticised him in her Golden Globes speech, causing him to respond by calling her 'overrated' during a Twitter rant.
Meryl Streep says she’s ‘overrated and over-berated’
Continue reading: "Most Overrated And Over-Berated" Meryl Streep Responds To Donald Trump
LaBeouf's latest venture with Nastja Säde Rönkkö and Luke Turner has been shut down by the Museum of the Moving Image in New York City.
For the past three weeks since President Trump was inaugurated back on January 20th, a permanent livestream outside the museum in Queens encouraged participants to stand in front of a camera and say the words ‘He Will Not Divide Us’ for as long as they want.
It was the latest real-life art project launched by LaBeouf, Rönkkö & Turner, which has engaged in headline-grabbing stunts since 2014. However, it has now been closed by the Moving Image for reasons of “ongoing public safety” issues.
Continue reading: Shia LaBeouf's Anti-Trump Installation Shut Down By Museum
The British-born comedian, who returns with his HBO show 'Last Week Tonight' at the weekend, joked that his green card status might not be enough to stop him being thrown out of America "like a tea bag".
With the return of his HBO political comedy show ‘Last Week Tonight’ set to return to the screen next week, British-born host John Oliver has expressed a degree of nervousness about having to inevitably taken on the new US president Donald Trump in the upcoming series.
As a green card-holder, Oliver echoed sentiments he made in a new Rolling Stone cover interview to Stephen Colbert when he made an appearance on ‘The Late Show’ on Tuesday (February 7th), saying that he’s no longer sure that he won’t be thrown out of the States “like a tea bag” if he pokes too much fun at Trump.
“The crazy thing is it's probably not gonna happen, but there is a non-zero chance of it happening now,” Oliver joked. “So yeah, I am slightly concerned. I have an American wife and American son now, but who knows what's enough? Having a green card used to be enough. But yet what we saw with that executive order on immigration, that debacle, things were not what they supposed to be.”
Continue reading: John Oliver Not Entirely Sure He Won't Be Deported By President Trump
The rapper has deleted tweets referencing their December 13 meeting.
The rapper has deleted all tweets referencing his December 13 meeting with the President, where they were said to have discussed ‘multicultural issues’.
Kanye West has deleted tweets referencing his meeting with Trump
Continue reading: Is Kanye West's Friendship With Donald Trump Over Already?
Patel has applauded those who are protesting the ban enacted by President Trump.
Oscar nominee Dev Patel has described travelling to the US after the travel ban imposed by President Trump as a ‘nightmare’.
Patel, who now lives in the States, applauded those who are protesting Trump’s ban and said he has decided he will not stay quiet about how he is feeling.
Dev Patel has spoken out against Donald Trump’s travel ban
Jolie penned an essay for the New York Times, speaking out against Trump's executive order.
In an article penned for the New York Times and published on Thursday (February 2nd), the 41 year old humanitarian activist expressed her anger at president Trump’s executive order, which was signed last week and has caused havoc.
“Americans have shed blood to defend the idea that human rights transcend culture, geography, ethnicity and religion,” she wrote in the essay. “The decision to suspend the resettlement of refugees to the United States and deny entry to citizens of seven Muslim-majority countries has been met with shock by our friends around the world precisely because of this record.”
Continue reading: Angelina Jolie Writes Essay About Donald Trump's Travel Ban
Violent demonstrations on campus forced police to evacuate the senior Breitbart editor Yiannopoulos this week.
Donald Trump has threatened to withdraw federal funds from the University of California at Berkeley, following the cancellation of a talk by the controversial pundit Milo Yiannopoulos at its campus this week amid rioting by protestors.
Yiannopoulos is the senior editor of Breitbart News, the ‘alt-right’ news outlet that supported Trump throughout his presidential election campaign last year and which has been accused of propagating ‘fake news’ with its fervently anti-immigration agenda. The site’s former executive chairman Steve Bannon has also been appointed as Trump’s chief strategist.
Donald Trump had his say on the cancellation of Milo Yiannopoulos' talk at UC Berkeley this week
Bee's event, extended to "journalists and non-irritating celebrities", will happen in Washington on the same day as the real event.
Comedienne and TV host Samantha Bee is planning an alternative to the White House Correspondents’ Association dinner later this year, assembling like-minded comedians to savage Donald Trump’s administration in safety.
The annual White House Correspondents’ Association dinner is held in Washington D.C.’s Hinckley Hilton on April 29th this year, and it will be the first in which prominent journalists and celebrities rub shoulders with high-profile members of the Trump administration in what is widely considered to be an informal ‘presidential roast’.
Samantha Bee is hosting a 'Not The White House Correspondents' Dinner'
Continue reading: Samantha Bee To Host Alternative To White House Correspondents' Dinner
Madonna made the rather outlandish promise while opening for Amy Schumer's New York stand-up gig on Tuesday.
The 58 year old pop megastar made the amusing – and, one can only assume, not completely serious – pledge as she introduced stand-up comedienne Amy Schumer to the stage in New York City on Tuesday night (October 18th).
Continue reading: Madonna Promises Free Oral Sex To All Hillary Clinton Voters
First Lady left 'shaken to the core' by Trump's disgusting sexist comments.
Michelle Obama hit the Hillary Clinton campaign rally in Manchester, New Hampshire yesterday (October 13th 2016) to encourage people to go out and vote for the Democratic presidential candidate. But while she was there, she took the time to speak some truth about Donald Trump's misogynistic comments.
Donald Trump is taken down by Michelle Obama
Choking back tears of rage, the First Lady of the United States took to the stand and opened up about how she has been affected by revelations that a presidential candidate not only has outdated and sexist opinions, but that he has in the past routinely boasted about being 'allowed' to treat women any way he chooses. She opened her powerful speech by talking about how she celebrated the International Day of the Girl on Tuesday (October 11th 2016) by talking to girls about their value in society.
Continue reading: Michelle Obama Slams Donald Trump In Speech About 'Basic Human Decency'
Daniel Radcliffe was asked about JK Rowling's tweet last year in which she said Trump was worse than He-Who-Must-Not-Be-Named.
The 27 year old English actor, who played the Boy Wizard in eight Harry Potter movies between 2001 and 2011, was attending the Empire Live Film Festival this week when he was asked for his take on JK Rowling’s recent tweet that Voldemort is “nowhere near as bad” as the Republican candidate.
Daniel Radcliffe in September 2016
Continue reading: Daniel Radcliffe Says Donald Trump Is Worse Than Voldemort
In an interview with Esquire, Eastwood claimed that Republican nominee Trump was a reaction against "political correctness".
Hollywood legend and high-profile Republican Party supporter Clint Eastwood has offered his two cents’ worth on the upcoming presidential campaign – telling people who have been offended by Donald Trump to “get over it”.
In a new interview with Esquire magazine alongside his son, Scott Eastwood, the 86 year old actor and director didn’t hold back as he castigated a “pussy generation” of Americans obsessed and petrified by political correctness when asked what he thought of Trump’s campaign.
Clint Eastwood believes Donald Trump represents a refreshing change from the "political correctness" of mainstream politics
Continue reading: Clint Eastwood Tells Those Offended By Donald Trump To "Get Over It"
Bet you never saw that one coming...
It's probably one of the more bizarre things we've seen today, but Meryl Streep proves once again why everybody loves her in a satirical performance which saw her dress as Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump. Just a heads up; It's very, very strange.
Meryl Streep takes on Donald Trump
We've seen Johnny Depp do Trump in 'Donald Trump's The Art of the Deal: The Movie', but we think Meryl Streep has beaten even that stellar performance with her Shakespeare in the Park Public Theater Gala show at New York's Delacorte Theater yesterday (June 6th 2016).
Continue reading: Meryl Streep Dons Fake Tan And A Fat Suit In Donald Trump Satire
The two were due to perform 'Might Not' on Kimmel's show on Wednesday evening, but cancelled because Trump was also a guest.
The musicians had been due to perform ‘Might Not’ on Wednesday night’s show (May 25th), but they pulled out soon before it was due to tape, with Belly saying that he didn’t want to be seen to endorse Trump’s controversial rhetoric in any way.
The Weeknd with Bella Hadid in May
Despite the wrath of critics, household ratings showed a significantly higher-than-average 6.6 for the billionaire's guest hosting stint.
Love him or hate him, you just can’t ignore him: Donald Trump’s guest turn as host on ‘Saturday Night Live’ over the weekend has helped the NBC show record its highest ratings in three years, with a whopping 6.6 household rating.
The billionaire real estate mogul-turned-Presidential hopeful appeared on the evergreen sketch show, an appearance that went ahead despite vociferous protests from minority ethnic groups and civil rights activists directed at the network in the week building up to it.
Donald Trump's 'SNL' appearance was a success in the ratings
Continue reading: Donald Trump's 'Saturday Night Live' Draws Highest Ratings In Years
The activists are seeking to persuade 'SNL's advertisers and sponsors to withdraw their support for the episode which Trump is scheduled to host this weekend.
Activists have assembled outside the headquarters of NBC at the Rockefeller Center in New York in order to protest the scheduled appearance of Donald Trump on ‘Saturday Night Live’, and have vowed to pressurise the show’s advertisers into withdrawing their support for the show.
Trump, the controversial presidential candidate and the current frontrunner in the race for the Republican Party’s nomination, is due to host ‘SNL’ on Saturday November 7th. This is despite the network’s parent company NBCUniversal severing its business ties with the candidate several months ago after Trump described Mexican immigrants as “bringing crime [and] drugs” to America.
Donald Trump is due to host 'SNL' on November 7th.
Continue reading: Protestors Gather Outside NBC HQ Over Donald Trump's 'SNL' Appearance
Trump cancelled his scheduled appearance on 'Jimmy Kimmel Live!' on Tuesday, something that the host was pretty annoyed about.
Trump, the controversial frontrunner for Republican Party’s presidential candidate for next year’s election, had pulled out of a scheduled appearance on ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live!’ with less than 24 hours to go. Kimmel was understandably upset, as the much-talked about billionaire-turned-politician has made appearances on rival shows by Stephen Colbert and Jimmy Fallon in the last few weeks.
Jimmy Kimmel savaged Donald Trump on his chat show on Tuesday
Willis is no stranger to wearing wigs, but his Trump homage may be his best yet.
Bruce Willis debuted a new look during his appearance on Friday night’s edition of 'The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon', wearing a blonde Donald Trump style wig. The actor was appearing on the late night talk show to promote his new movie Rock the Kasbah as well as his upcoming Broadway debut in Misery.
Bruce Willis donned a Donald Trump wig during his appearance on 'The Tonight Show'.
Wearing a suit and a red tie Willis took to Fallon’s sofa, giving a very presidential wave and pointing to an audience member while saying, "I like that guy.”
Trump's daughter came out in support of her dad's presidential bid in a CNN interview, and defended him from "sensationalist" sexism claims.
Donald Trump’s daughter Ivanka has publicly backed her father’s bid for the Republican Party’s presidential nomination in a new interview.
33 year old Ivanka, who is the executive vice president at the Trump Organisation, has defended her father from the controversies he’s kicked off throughout his campaign after comments about women and their looks. She reckons that most of it has been driven by “sensationalism” and has been “orchestrated largely by the media”.
Continue reading: Donald Trump's Daughter Ivanka Supports His Presidential Bid
Trump is said to be a big Aerosmith fan and was even thought to be friends with frontman Tyler.
Aerosmith frontman Steven Tyler has reportedly asked Donald Trump to stop using his band’s song ‘Dream On’ during his presidential campaign. According to the Hollywood Reporter, reps for Tyler sent Donald Trump for President Inc. a cease-and-desist letter on October 10th, asking that he stop using the track during campaign events.
Steven Tyler wants Donald Trump to stop using ‘Dream On’ during his campaign.
This is said to be the second time Trump has been asked not to use the song, having been first warned after an event on August 21st in Mobile, Alabama. However he has continued to use it at events, including during a recent appearance in Georgia.
Miley Cyrus gave a moving performance during her appearance on Saturday Night Live which suggests she’s still coming to terms with the death of her husky, Floyd.
Miley Cyrus shed a few tears during her appearance on Saturday Night Live over the weekend. The 22-year-old acted as the guest host and featured musical talent for the NBC show which aired on Saturday (3rd October).
Miley Cyrus at the MTV VMAs in Los Angeles, August 2015.
Lawrence and her 'Hunger Games' co-stars Liam Hemsworth and Josh Hutcherson are the latest celebrities to express disbelief at the success of Trump's campaign so far.
Lawrence was in conversation with Entertainment Weekly alongside her two Hunger Games co-stars Josh Hutcherson and Liam Hemsworth, promoting the forthcoming final instalment of the dystopian series called Mockingjay – Part 2, when she made the comments. Perhaps if Trump wins, she’ll be returning as Katniss Everdeen to lead a rebellion in real life!
“If Donald Trump becomes president, that will be the end of the world,” the 25 year old said in forthright manner. Hemsworth chimed in: “I’ll back you up on that.”
Trump took to Twitter on Wednesday to air his grievances at the network.
In his latest social media outburst, Donald Trump has indicated that he will no longer be appearing on any Fox programs because he feels that their negative coverage of his presidential nomination campaign has been unfair.
“Fox News has been treating me very unfairly & I have therefore decided that I won’t be doing any more Fox shows for the foreseeable future,” the Republican front-runner tweeted on Wednesday (September 23rd).
The ill feeling between Trump and the Fox network began with his comments about Fox’s political commentator Megyn Kelly that he made after the first Republican primary debate. Trump was unhappy at Kelly’s line of questioning about comments he had made about women in the past, and in a later interview with CNN, he said she had “blood coming out of her eyes… blood coming out of her wherever.”
The man Stewart once called 'F***face von Clownstick' is currently leading the race for the Republican Party's presidential nomination.
Jon Stewart has made one final parting shot at Donald Trump, detailing what he would do if the leading candidate for the Republican presidential nomination actually reached the White House in next year’s election.
While speaking to the press after accepting two Primetime Emmy Awards given to Comedy Cental’s ‘The Daily Show’ on Sunday, the late night political satire show he presented for 16 years until last month, Stewart was asked whether he’d return to his former post if his ‘nemesis’ achieved the highest office in the country in 2016.
Jon Stewart would leave the planet if Donald Trump ever becomes President
Continue reading: Jon Stewart Explains What He'll Do If Donald Trump Becomes President
NBC announced that the former Governor of California would be hiring and firing on 'Celebrity Apprentice' next year.
The network made the announcement via a statement on Monday (September 14th) that was reported by Deadline. “Arnold Schwarzenegger is the epitome of a global brand in entertainment and business, and his accomplishments in the political arena speak for themselves,” it said. Arnie is expected to make his debut as the host when the series returns in early 2016.
68 year old Schwarzenegger is, of course, a former governor of California, in office from 2003 to 2011. His rather strange career arc has seen him go from athlete, to actor, to politician and back to actor again in his nearly fifty year time in the limelight. Presumably the catchphrase will have to change from “you’re fired” to “you’re terminated”!
Trump sat down with Jimmy Fallon on Friday night as he continues his bid for the Republican Party nomination.
Donald Trump brought his presidential big to the ‘Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon’ on Friday evening, getting both silly and serious with the talk show host. During his appearance on the show Trump discussed his vision for America under The Donald, while also participating in a sketch with Fallon.
Donald Trump is the forerunner for the Republican Party nomination for the 2016 presidential election.
In the sketch Fallon donned a wig and a Trump-esque suit to play the only person who’s really qualified to interview Donald, his own reflection. As Trump, Fallon asked the Republican candidate, "How are you gonna create great jobs in this country?”
Donald Trump has announced he now owns 100% of the Miss Universe Organisation.
Donald Trump now owns the whole of the Miss Universe Organisation. The business tycoon announced his purchase on Friday (11th September). Trump previously owned half the organisation but finalised negotiations on purchasing the rest this week.
Donald Trump at the Opening night for The New York Spring Spectacular at Radio City Music Hall in New York, March 2015.
Continue reading: Donald Trump Owns 100% Of The Miss Universe Organisation
The 2016 Republican candidate is already thinking ahead
That was quick. No sooner has outspoken rapper Kanye West revealed his intention to run for President in 2020, he’s found himself someone to run against: celebrity businessman and current Republican candidate, Donald Trump.
Donald is ready and rearing to go for the presidency in 2016 and in 2020
The 2016 Republican frontrunner has spoken out about Kayne’s desire to be the second Black American President and has called the musician a "nice guy".
Continue reading: Donald Trump Can't Wait To Run Against Kanye In 2020
A Change.org petition to get Stewart to referee one of next year's presidential debates has reached over 100,000 signatures.
An online petition launched a fortnight ago calling for Jon Stewart, the king of political satire who recently stepped down from ‘The Daily Show’, to moderate one of the presidential debates next year has reached over 100,000 signatures.
The Change.org petition asking 52 year old Stewart, who also directed the critically-acclaimed movie Rosewater released in 2014, to act as moderator between the Democratic and Republican candidates in 2016 has reached over 117,000 signatures as of Thursday evening (August 20th). Seriously, who wouldn’t want to see a potential Clinton / Trump / Stewart three-way political bunfight?
Could one of 2016's presidential debates be moderated by Jon Stewart?
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Groban's hilarious 2011 video singing Kanye's tweets went viral - and he came back for round two this week!
The divisive front-runner in the Republican presidential nomination race has unleashed more than a few puzzling tweets into the public domain down the years, ranging from the self-promotional to the political to the just-plain-odd.
Josh Groban followed up his brilliant Kanye video by singing some of Donald Trump's best tweets
Donald Trump claimed Heidi Klum is “no longer a 10”, here’s how the supermodel responded…
Heidi Klum isn’t taking any of Donald Trump’s nonsense and she’s become the latest in a line of women to stand up to the misogynistic Republican candidate. In a recent interview, Trump was attempting to backtrack on his recent comments about women but he failed, quite miserably, when he started rating the supermodel on her looks. He claimed “she’s no longer a 10.”
Heidi Klum at the semi-finals of America's Got Talent season 10 in New York in August 2015.
Jon Stewart's 16 year stint as host of Comedy Central's 'The Daily Show' is coming to an end on August 6th.
As he enters the final week of his 16 year long tenure as host of ‘The Daily Show’, Jon Stewart has revealed the three guests he’ll be inviting onto the show before the final episode next Thursday, details of which remain shrouded in secrecy.
CNN Money reports that Louis C.K., Denis Leary and Amy Schumer – all friends of the departing host – will be appearing on Monday through Wednesday next week before the very last Stewart-fronted edition on August 6th. Schumer, of course, was recently revealed as one of the names Stewart was interested this year to replace him on the Comedy Central chat show, though she turned it down. Current cast member Trevor Noah has already been named as Stewart's successor.
Jon Stewart is gearing up for his final week as host of 'The Daily Show'
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If the Donald has done any good, it’s bringing the former ‘Late Show’ host out of hiding.
Former ‘Late Show’ host David Letterman came out of retirement on Friday night, to make a very special appearance onstage with comedians Steve Martin and Martin Short in San Antonio, Texas. Martin and Short are currently on the road with their stage show, A Very Stupid Conversation…With Music and invited Letterman to share his thoughts on Republican Presidential candidate Donald Trump.
David Letterman appeared onstage in Texas Friday, with 10 facts about Donald Trump.
"Back in Hollywood, we met at a Scientology mixer and they have been so kind and so generous to invite me here to this beautiful city,” 68 year old Letterman told the crowd. "I am so happy to be out of the house. I retired and I had no regrets—none. I was happy. I was complacent. I was satisfied. I was content. And then a couple of days ago, Donald Trump said he was running for president. I have made the biggest mistake of my life, ladies and gentlemen.”
Continue reading: David Letterman Comes Out Of Retirement Just To Mock Donald Trump
Bill Cosby and Donald Trump’s stars will remain on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, despite calls from African-American civil rights activists to have them removed.
Bill Cosby’s star will not be removed from the Hollywood Walk of Fame despite protests from a coalition of African-American civil rights leaders. A star has never been removed from the Walk of Fame before and the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce claim the Walk of Fame is part of the ‘historic fabric’ of Los Angeles.
Bill Cosby's star will remain on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
The 'Vertigo' actress has written an open letter to those she feels bullied her after her Oscars appearance.
Kim Novak may have starred in Vertigo, one of the greatest movies all time, but that hasn’t left her exempt from a bit of Hollywood bullying. The criticisms were centred around her attendance at the Oscars ceremony in March, when her physical appearance came under scrutiny.
Kim Novak has hit back at bullies who criticised the way she looks
Novak has hit back at her “bullies” in an open letter, writing “I will no longer hold myself back from speaking out against bullies. We can’t let people get away with affecting our lives.”
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Ivanka Trump's father Donald makes sure he's the first to announce the birth of his first grandson.
You can always trust dad to steal your thunder on your big day! Ivanka Trump is beaten to the punch as father Donald unveils baby news over Twitter.
The model and heiress gave birth to her second child on October 14th 2013, a baby boy, which entrepreneur father Donald Trump was quick to share with his 2 million followers on Twitter. "My beautiful daughter Ivanka just had a healthy baby boy. Jared [Kushner] and Ivanka are very proud!" He wrote, before later adding, "Thanks to all for the wonderful congratulation sent to me on the birth of Ivanka's little boy - so nice!"
An hour later, Ivanka emerged herself, Tweeting, 'We just welcomed a beautiful & healthy son into the world. Jared, Arabella and I couldn't be happier!' It's unclear whether or not she was aware her father had a head start on her, but she probably has other things on her mind with a brand new baby to look after.
Continue reading: Dad Saves Ivanka Trump The Trouble Of Announcing Baby News
The Briton and the shock-jock were placed at joint top in Forbes' annual countdown of the 'Highest-Paid TV Personalities'
What do Simon Cowell and Howard Stern both have in common? They're both dirty, stinking rich; that's what and according to the latest figures, they're both about $95 million richer than they were this time last year. According to Forbes' annual countdown of the 'Highest-Paid TV Personalities,' Cowell and Stern are joint top of this year's list, earning $5 million short of $100,000,000 in the space of the last twelve months.
Cowell has made million through his countless business ventures
Described as a "major behind-the-scenes mogul," Simon has seen his value go up even further in the past year through his job as producer; earning mega bucks from his work on The X Factor and the various ...Got Talent series that are aired across the globe. Up to 41 different countries now have their own version of The X Factor, whilst the various ...Got Talent offshoots have made him head of the biggest-selling television franchise in the world. And lets not forget the music either, as the One Direction manager has made a tidy sum through the artists signed to his SyCo label.
Ivanka Trump is going to be a mother, for the second time!
The Trump family is expecting. Whether you deem that to be a good, or a potentially scary proposition, it's happening. Ivanka Trump is expecting her second child with Jared Kushner, the owner of the New York Observer. The new baby will join the couple's 20-month old daughter Arabella Rose. "Jared and I are so excited that Arabella will become a big sister this fall," Trump tweeted on Thursday (April 11, 2013).
Now, you may be asking yourself how Ivanka is possibly going to care for two children by holding down an executive position at her father's Trump Organization? We're pretty sure nanny's will be involved somewhere down the line, though the businesswoman appears to have figured out a way to balance both. "I think the expression 'working' versus 'non-working' implies that a mother who stays home doesn't work. It's far more difficult than anything I do in the office," she recently told Redbook magazine, "Every morning I'm so sad to leave Arabella. But it's important for me to continue what I'm doing. It's fulfilling to me, and I think it makes me a better mom when I'm home." Ivanka also sits alongside her famous father Donald on the judges panel on Celebrity Apprentice. It seems the billionaire will be forced into more babysitting. "He takes her all the time - but with me," Ivanka joked. "He wouldn't know what to do if she was crying or needed a diaper change."
Ivanka Trump, who has an estimated personal fortune of $150 million dollars, is also the principal of Ivanka Trump Fine Jewelry and The Ivanka Trump Lifestyle Collection, which includes fragrance, footwear and handbags.
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Ivanka Trump has another baby on the way!
Ivanka Trump is expecting her second child with husband Jared Kushner, owner of the New York Observer. The new addition will join the couple's 20-month old daughter Arabella Rose. "Jared and I are so excited that Arabella will become a big sister this fall," Trump tweeted on Thursday (April 11, 2013). "Thanks for all your good wishes!"
It's going to be another hectic year for Ivanka, 31, who holds a top executive role at her father's Trump Organization. However, she appears to have a found a nice balance between her work life and becoming a mother. "I think the expression 'working' versus 'non-working' implies that a mother who stays home doesn't work. It's far more difficult than anything I do in the office," she recently told Redbook magazine, "Every morning I'm so sad to leave Arabella. But it's important for me to continue what I'm doing. It's fulfilling to me, and I think it makes me a better mom when I'm home."
Father Donald, whom she judges alongside on Celebrity Apprentice, will no doubt be delighted with the news, though it'll mean added responsibilities in the babysitting department. "He takes her all the time - but with me," Ivanka joked. "He wouldn't know what to do if she was crying or needed a diaper change."
Continue reading: Ivanka Trump Expecting Child No.2 With Owner Of New York Observer
After two lucky escapes, Omarosa finally gets the chop
Donald Trump is suing political commentator and television host Bill Maher for remarks he made on The Tonight Show in January. Mr Maher appeared on Jay Leno's programme and announced he would donate $5 million to charity if Mr Trump provided evidence that he was "not the spawn of his mother having sex with orangutan."
Bizarrely, Trump provided his birth certificate to prove his parents were indeed human, though is now suing Mayer for the comments. "I don't know whether I will win or lose the Bill Maher lawsuit but had an obligation to sue for charity," Mr Trump said on Monday. "He promised me $5 million for charity if I provided certain information. Well, I provided the information. He didn't pay. So today I sue Bill Maher for $5 million for charity," he said, calling into Fox and Friends. Trump added that he didn't think Mayer was joking about his mother potentially having sex with orugantans, saying, "That was venom. That wasn't a joke. In fact, he was nervous when he said it; it was a pathetic delivery." Mayer's initial comments were used to mock Trump, who announced he would donate $5 million of his own money to charity if President Obama released his college records.
Mayer gave his reaction to Trump's lawsuit on Twitter, saying, "What?? Really? Hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha."
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Diane Sawyer rumors have been swirling for weeks, with the New York Daily News quoting a "source" close to the anchor of ABC World News as saying she would be calling it a day in 2013. "She has discussed with a few close friends and some people at ABC that she is seriously considering retiring," said the insider.
Sawyer has reportedly discussed the matter with a few close friends and some of the head honchos at ABC and is said to be "seriously considering retiring." The rumors may be linked to Sawyer's caring of her ill mother. "No one wants to see her going through a rough time. She's the nicest woman. If it's a co-worker's birthday, she'll throw a party. Anything to show everyone a good time," said the source. The veteran anchor - who previously helmed ABC's Good Morning America - is perhaps best known for her interview with Donald Trump's ex-wife Marla Maples, asking her "Was it really the best sex you ever had?" Sawyer has also sat down with the likes of Fidel Castro, Saddam Hussein, Whitney Houston, President Obama and shooting victim Gabby Gifford. Her apparent slurring during her recent Election Night coverage prompted the launch of a mock Twitter account, Drunk Diane Sawyer.
A representative for ABC denies Sawyer's retirement, saying, "That's a bunch of nonsense as we made clear and Diane's plans for 2013 haven't changed in any way."
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Miss Culpo must have been considered one of the most beautiful Miss Universe contestants of all time by the judges, given that she tripped over her dress during the evening gown competition and still managed to walk away with the ultimate prize. Americans assumed their girl was done-for after the slip, but she battled back in the interview round and was crowned the first Stateside Miss Universe in 15 years.
As rock-pop band Train were performing at the event, Culpo walked on stage but tripped on the fabric of her flowing gown. Somehow, the Rhode Island native kept her composure and recovered from the error. Later in the evening, she was crowned Miss Universe 2012 and spoke to fans on Twitter about the trip, "I hope my little slip last night in evening gown competition will inspire everyone this year competing! It's okay to mess up. You're human!" she said.
Culpo seemingly came from nowhere to win this year's prize, and initially stunned her professional musician parents by competing in the Miss Rhode Island pageant last year. On that occasion, she rented a $25 dress (with a hole in the back) though still won the competition. In an official video created to give Americans the chance to get to know their beauty queen, Culpo explained that she had a "weird" taste in movies, saying, "I like anything from anime, foreign films, documentaries, just the stranger movies, I like regular ones too, but I like to explore."
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For the time in 15 years, an American has won the annual Miss Universe pageant. Olivia Culpo, 20, received the coveted tiara on Wednesday evening (December 19, 2012), beating out 88 other contestants including Miss Philippines Janine Tugonon, who was tipped to win the competition during the early stages. An American had not won the competition since 1997, and Culpo's rise to glory is extraordinary in itself.
Culpo, from Rhode Island, is a noted cellist and has performed at the Boston Symphony Hall and New York City's Carnegie Hall. She is the daughter of two professionally trained musicians and has performed alongside the world renowned Yo-Yo Ma. She does not have a particularly rich modelling past and surprised her parents by entering the Miss Rhode Island pageant last year. According to Newsday.com, her father Peter said, "We didn't know a thing about pageants." After studying current events on flashcards, working out and dieting, she won over judges in Donald Trump's Miss Universe pageant, despite tripping on her gown.
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A student from Boston University has brought the Miss Universe crown back to the USA after a gap of 15 years. Olivia Culpo was crowned Miss Universe last night (December 19, 2012) at the Planet Hollywood Casino on the Las Vegas Strip, after surprising her family by entering the Miss Rhode Island beauty pageant last year and making the decision to go the whole way to win the ultimate beauty pageant title, Miss Universe.
According to a report from Newsday.com, her father Peter was surprised to learn that she had decided to enter the pageant. “We didn’t know a thing about pageants,” he told the press. After winning Miss Rhode Island, in a “rented $20 dress with a hole in it,” she started working out, dieting and “studying current events on a flashcard to win the Miss USA contest, which is organized by a company partly owned by Donald Trump. During the Miss Universe pageant, Culpo won over the judges, despite tripping over her gown at one point. The poise with which she recovered was noted by the event’s telecasters.
Olivia said after the show that being awarded the title was an honor for her to win the title and represent her country, especially in the wake of the tragic shooting in Connecticut. “It's such an honor to be representing the USA in an international beauty contest in spite of all the tragedy that's happened in this country lately,” said Culpo. “I really hope that this this will raise everybody's spirits a little.”
The Miss Universe pledge reads "We, the young women of the universe, believe people everywhere are seeking peace, tolerance and mutual understanding. We pledge to spread this message in every way we can, wherever we go."
Tolerance and mutual understanding is something that has been lacking in the competition for many years, but this year's contest has taken one step further to equality and 'tolerance', by allowing transgender women to compete. It was Jenna Talackova, a Miss Canada contestant, who finally convinced Donald Trump, the sponsor for the competition, to allow transgender people to enter. Unfortunately she didn't win the Miss Canada competition so this year's event wont see any transgender contestants, although we may see some in the future, and her influence has further opened the world to equality in gender and body politics.
The prize for this year will be handed out in Las Vegas, after the 89 girls from 89 countries have competed. Today, photos have been revealed, by the Daily Mail, of them posing in swimwear, which highlights more than just their bodies. 'Miss Universe' is continuously criticized for the objectification of women, despite the 'creed' being focussed on that peace, tolerance and understanding that we looked at above. When a Miss Universe contestant is more than a size 14, perhaps then we could take it seriously. For now, under weight ladies with an inordinate amount of lip gloss and false body parts are the standard of beauty. Having said this, the platform allows the winner to do a lot of good, and last year's winner has apparently raised awareness for AIDS and HIV. Holly Hale, a 22 year old from Cardiff is competing for Great Britain.
What do you get when two outspoken men have access to a social media platform that transmits directly to the general public? A mess, that's what you get. This is what happens when you let Donald Trump and Alan Sugar loose on Twitter. The Full results.
Trump says: "How can George Osborne reduce UK debt while spending billions to subsidize Scotland's garbage wind turbines that are destroying the country? You're all wrong--check the facts! UK is massively subsidizing Scotland's wind turbines & the people don't want them."
Sugar replies: "Scottish don't want wind turbines........I think you have that wrong . The Scottish don't want you !"
Donald Trump, while being famous for great wealth and poor decisions, has also carved himself a niche as being a bitter and bizarre man. He's spearheaded the witch hunt of President Barack Obama, being convinced that the President isn't a natural citizen of the USA. This time around, he's boycotting the company that owns Glenfiddich, William Grant and Sons, for having the audacity to name Michael Forbes their 'Top Scot'
"Michael Forbes totally lost his battle, in that he tried to stop the Trump Organisation and its many supporters from building what is now recognised as one of the greatest golf courses in the world." Trump said in a statement reported by the BBC, "To think that a product like Glenfiddich would recognise a man like Michael Forbes, who lives in a property which I have accurately described in the past as a total pigsty, a man who loves the attention he has gotten because of his so-called fight with Donald Trump, would receive an award over someone like Andy Murray.
"Glenfiddich's choice of Michael Forbes, as Top Scot, will go down as one of the great jokes ever played on the Scottish people and is a terrible embarrassment to Scotland.
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Surely Donald Trump should have used up all of his stupid up by now. His 1991 bankruptcy was pretty stupid, especially given that one of his businesses went bankrupt again in 2009. It was pretty stupid of him in 2011 to accuse President Barack Obama of not being born in the USA, particularly as it was promptly negated by the release of Obama's birth certificate. It's now 2012 and he still hasn't learn his lesson.
In fact, he's really taken the biscuit. Before Wednesday he had released statements saying that he may be changing the course of presidential history, reports the LA Times. As it turns out in an announcement yesterday (24th Oct. 2012) he is simply threatening Obama and charities with some bizarre form of politico-social blackmail, by bribing Obama with the promise of $5m to be given to his 'favourite charity' so long as the president releases information from his colleges, his college reports and his passport information. Say what? That's right, Trump wants to see Obama's credentials. The business mogul argued that the current president is the 'least transparent President in the history of [the USA]' (perhaps he forgot about that Nixon debacle). Barbra Walters has snapped back at Trump calling him a 'fool', according to NY Daily News, and she certainly isn't wrong.
Not only is Trump's gimmick stupid, it's disgustingly offensive and racist. I wonder whether if a white man, with the name 'John Smith' and a democrat leader would find the same obscene treatment. Trump seems to be forgetting that his own lineage is not rooted in the US, indeed, that no one living in that country, besides indigenous people can root their genealogy there further back than 400 years. Obama is American, he embodies all the attributes that the US praises itself on; tolerance, free speech as well as bravery, honesty and assertiveness. If Trump cannot be proud of that, then he surely cannot be proud of his own country.
A special Donald Trump announcement, which saw him promise to donate $5 million to Obama's favourite charity if the president released his college records and passport information, has been met by a less than favourable response from a few choice celebrities.
In a rare moment of genuine wit, which would probably be better applied to some of his music, Adam Levine of Maroon 5 tweeted: "Will someone tell Donald Trump we don't live in Gotham City?" And it was the micro blogging site that proved to be a breeding ground for comic responses to the frankly bizarre request from Trump; ‘The Office’ star Rainn Wilson posted, "I will pay 5 million dollars to see copies of Donald Trump's humility," while her show’s creator, Ricky Gervais tweeted, "I will give $500 to charity if Donald Trump gives up his hairdresser's passport and college records." Singer Josh Groban tweeted, "For Halloween I'm going to be Donald Trump! Gonna comb over my hair and not give 5 million dollars to charity!"
Perhaps the most important commentator on Mr. Trump is Obama himself, who of course was the subject of the odd YouTube upload. "What's this thing with Trump and you?" Leno asked on The Tonight Show, reports The L.A Times. "This all dates back to when we were growing up together in Kenya," Obama responded. "We had constant run-ins on the soccer field. He wasn't very good and resented it. When we finally moved to America, I thought it would be over." We at Contact Music will give $5 to our chosen charity if Donald Trump ever says anything sensible. And that’s a promise.
Continue reading: Donald Trump Obama 'October Surprise': What Do The Celebs Think?
In order to make a documentary about the shady world of brand integration in films and television, Spurlock decides to sell his new project to the highest bidders. And discovers that there's a parallel world of public relations, advertising, product specialists and neuro-marketers who make a lot of money doing this. After a slow start, sponsors climb on board, and Spurlock makes sure to keep their products on-screen as he conducts interviews with experts.
But does this compromise his journalistic or artistic integrity?
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