We get it, running for president is a tough job. You have to be charming, yet firm, funny, yet serious, you have to dance and make jokes and pander to every sort of different crowd. And even if you do something well, you still get criticized.
Sacha Baron Cohen recently explained why he left a Freddie Mercury biopic in which he was set to star as the late Queen singer. But now, Queen lead guitarist Brian May is sharing the band’s side of the story.
(JTA)— At the Israel premiere of a film starring Kevin Costner, the Hollywood actor said he does not care whether anti-Israel activists, including Roger Waters, disapprove of his visit to the Jewish state.
Calm down Israeli Fanilows! Really, try and keep it together.
One sticky night last June, my girlfriends and I met up on the warehouse-lined streets of Bushwick to see a comedy show. That evening, Naomi Ekperigin took to the stage and proceeded to slay. A writer on Broad City and Difficult People, her hysterical worldview permeates some of the hottest shows on television. In her standup act, Ekperigin brilliantly tackles race, politics and, when it comes to her significant other, religion. That night, with mascara streaming down my face from nonstop laughter, the eloquent Ekperigin repeatedly referred to her soon-to-be husband, as her “Jewboo.”