I’ll be celebrating with my boyfriend Astronaut Mike Dexter
I encourage you to watch the whole episode because it’s brilliant and hilarious, but “Night Cheese” was my favorite moment
It seems the entire internet has exploded with Golden Globe posts. Everywhere you turn, there are best-dressed lists, photos, behind-the-scenes gossip posts, and highlight lists. Not wanting to be left out, we bring you our top 5 Golden Globe moments.
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Because I adore Tina Fey so much that I want to model my entire life after her, and because she’s never really talked about it, I thought this article would be newsworthy…
Tina Fey’s husband is talking about something the “30 Rock” actress would rather not discuss: the scar on her left cheek.
In an interview in Vanity Fair, says a stranger slashed Fey’s face when she was 5 years old. He says the incident occurred in the front yard of her house.
Says Richmond: “That scar was fascinating to me. This is somebody who, no matter what it was, has gone through something. And I think it really informs the way she thinks about her life.”
Fey says talking about the attack would seem like exploiting it.
Says Fey: “It’s really almost like I’m able to forget about it, until I was on-camera, and it became a thing of `Oh, I guess we should use this side’ or whatever. Everybody’s got a better side.”
As seen on YahooNews, but via AP
The other day, I wrote this article for Trashwire:
Let me begin this post by loudly proclaiming my total admiration for Tina Fey. Simply put, she is my heroine-and by that I mean lady hero, not that I want to inject her and listen to jazz. (Watch the “Rosemary’s Baby” episode of 30 Rock if you didn’t catch that reference.)
All spotlights seem to be focused squarely on Fey every weekend as America fervently tunes in to see her portray Vice Presidential candidate Sarah Palin. But is this good for the Obama/Biden campaign, or simply adding more fuel to the Palin mania sweeping the nation?
Now it seems that SNL has completely sold its soul and given up all integrity to have that horrible woman on the show.
Why do they feel the need to suck GOP dick in a time like this? With less than a month til the election, I am completely horrified and shocked that they would stoop to this low and just let her take over an otherwise funny show.
I guess it proves that people will do anything for ratings, even give unwarranted air time to a psycho right wing moron who deserves to be president about as much as a convicted pedophile deserves it.
At least Tina Fey didn’t outwardly participate in this pandering. In fact, she didn’t speak a single word to Palin during the intro.
Still, it’s disgusting, disgraceful, and just not funny!
I turned off the show at Palin’s second appearance during Weekend Update because I just couldn’t take anymore. I was so disgusted when she was bobbing her head to the little rap because it seemed like such a clear ploy to try to get black votes–and all this coming from a woman who has been part of one of the most racist campaigns since the 1800s!
I loved Amy Poehler’s pregnant western bar sketch (and who didn’t like the MacGruber sketches?!) but I literally felt like I was going to throw up when I heard Poehler doing the rap. I just felt bad for her, like she had been forced into making light of the situation and paling around with someone whose Vice Presidency (and, god forbid, Presidency) could be a direct cause for the end of the world.
They should all be ashamed of themselves! I honestly don’t know if I will every be able to watch SNL again, regardless of appearances from Tina Fey. I’m taking the season pass off my Tivo and I’m breaking up with SNL.
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