COMEDY 08/17/2018 06:53 am ET “It’ll have you grabbing your torch." By Lee Moran “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert” has compiled President Donald Trump’s “classic bigoted hits” into one (spoof) EDM album. Introducing… “NOW That’s What I Call Racist.” According to the fake promo that aired Thursday, the record contains Trump’s “hottest derogatory tracks” that will “have you grabbing your torch” in no time. Songs include “Muslim Ban,” “Build A Wall” and “Obama’s Birth Certificate” — and there’s a special offer. Buy now and they’ll throw in “Now That’s What I Call Sexist” for free! Check out the spoof promo in the clip above. RELATED COVERAGE Tom Arnold Claims Trump Called Son Eric The ‘R-Word’ On Alleged ’N-Word’ Tape 'The Daily Show' Nails Why A Trump 'N-Word' Tape … [Read more...] about Stephen Colbert Trolls Donald Trump With ‘NOW That’s What I Call Racist’ EDM Album
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NOW 100 is released today, over three decades after its first edition hit stores. The hugely-successful music series have always included the biggest and best artists of the year but when did the series began and who made the tracklist on this album? When is Now 100 released? Now That's What I Call Music! 100 is released TODAY (July 20, 2018) It costs £12.99 and the two-disc album is also available on Apple Music and Spotify. The album's coveted number one track is taken by Calvin Harris & Dua Lipa's smash-hit single One Kiss. To celebrate the milestone, the album also comes with a classics disc which includes some of the artists that have featured most throughout the compilation series. What is the tracklist? CD 1 - Hits 01. Calvin Harris & Dua Lipa - One Kiss 02. George Ezra - Shotgun 03. Clean Bandit feat. Demi Lovato - Solo 04. Ariana Grande - no tears left to cry 05. Anne-Marie - 2002 06. Jess Glynne - I'll Be There 07. Years & Years - If You're Over Me 08. … [Read more...] about Now 100 is released today! What’s the tracklist for the album and when did the Now That’s What I Call Music series begin?
Rep. Mike Kelly (R-PA) on Saturday defended part of his impassioned comments on the floor of the U.S. House of Representatives against critics who called it racist. During an interview with Fox News host Neil Cavuto, Kelly, who delivered a speech in which he talked about his heated exchange with Rep. Maxine Waters (D-CA), said he didn’t intend anything racist when he addressed Waters, who is black, as “one of you people.” “Not one of you people have ever been on the floor and tried, not this floor, I’m talking about the automobile floor, you know an awful lot about laptops, but know nothing about blacktop. You get on that floor, you get on the lot and you work with people to make sure they can have affordable transportation,” Kelly said, addressing Waters on the opposite side of the House chamber. “I know what you meant and I think people knew what you said, but when you said ‘one of you people,’ it was seized on as a racist … [Read more...] about Rep. Responds to Maxine Water’s Calling His ‘You People’ Comment Racist: ‘She Knows Exactly What I Was Talking About’
Sometimes I think it was all a dream, except for the fact that it changed my whole life. I auditioned for Scandal during pilot season 2011. I'd arrived in L.A. in 2000, having spent nine years doing theater in New York after college. I'd been lucky to work steadily (pilots, guest spots, recurring roles, films), but nothing that had popped. I auditioned for Scandal the day before my part started working: I only had two lines in the pilot, so I was a very last-minute addition. At the first table read after we got picked up to series, [creator/showrunner] Shonda Rhimes went around and told everyone what their arc would be for those first seven episodes [of season one]: she said I'd be around for three episodes; that she wanted to write a presidential divorce. It is the greatest gift of my lifetime that somehow, before that happened, the writers found the usefulness of Mellie as a fulcrum in Fitz (Tony Goldwyn) and Olivia's (Kerry Washington) relationship, and by the second season, I was … [Read more...] about ‘Scandal’ Star Bellamy Young: What I Learned in Shondaland (Guest Column)
With the Golden Globes celebrating its 75th anniversary today, few might remember which comedy legend was the awards' very first "best TV star" back in 1962.That honor went to Bob Newhart, who won for The Bob Newhart Show. Not the classic CBS sitcom from the '70s in which Newhart played a psychiatrist (also called The Bob Newhart Show), but rather an NBC variety show that ran for one season in 1961, and which came out of the blockbuster success of Newhart's 1960 comedy album, The Button-Down Mind of Bob Newhart.Newhart, 88, spoke to The Hollywood Reporter about those overwhelming days of breakout stardom (which he says led to pulling a "Dave Chappelle" and walking away), his key role in the new Amazon series The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel and his memories of best friend Don Rickles, whom he lost last April. What are your memories of winning a Golden Globe in 1962?What was the category again? I still have it upstairs on my sparsely populated award shelf. You won “best TV … [Read more...] about Bob Newhart on Why He Quit Hollywood After Winning TV’s First Golden Globe: “I Call It a ‘Dave Chappelle'”