Friday on Piers Morgan (I’m not making this up), Steven Seagal gives his take on the Trayvon Martin case.Read more "Yes, but what does Sybil Danning think?"
Besides gushing over the former “90210” prop, the reality show star turned “Today” host defended Jessica Simpson and criticized the new Steve Jobs biopic because she doesn’t like it when actors are paid to play real people. I guess she’d prefer Jobs portray himself.Read more "Sarah Palin calls Tori Spelling ‘inspiring’"
“Mr. Burns, your campaign has the momentum of a runaway train. Why are you so popular?” It appears tea partiers take their cues from the Springfield despot when it comes to dealing with the media. Joe the Plumber, who on Tuesday secured the GOP nomination for Congress in Ohio, threw a hissy fit after a […]Read more "Memo to Joe the Asshole: The media is not your P.R. arm"
Hyperbolic twat Piers Morgan and Don Lemon (who, when covering another famous singer’s death a few years ago, called Michael Jackson “an accidental civil rights leaders” and accused critics of CNN’s wall-to-wall coverage of being “elitist”) will co-anchor Whitney Houston’s funeral Saturday in what is sure to be a new low for the network that […]Read more "CNN’s coverage of Whitney Houston funeral certain to take obsequiousness to new heights"
I didn’t predict the embarrassing assist from Don Lemming, er, Lemon, but otherwise, I called it: Tomorrow on CNN: Piers Morgan interviews Jermaine Jackson about #WhitneyHouston ‘s death. — ATLmalcontent (@atlmalcontent) February 12, 2012Read more "Piers Morgan interviewing Jermaine Jackson on CNN, as predicted"
When he wasn’t pimping the royal wedding as the most significant event since man learned to walk, obsequious twat Piers Morgan was lauding Matt Damon for turning the 2008 election. Morgan had mentioned Damon’s decision to criticize Sarah Palin during the last presidential campaign: So [you] won the election. Because you focused people’s attention in […]Read more "The 10 Most Annoying People of 2011: Piers Morgan"
The Guardian’s Neil Clark is a last-minute entrant for Useful Idiot of the Year: No one questions that Havel, who went to prison twice, was a brave man who had the courage to stand up for his views. Yet the question which needs to be asked is whether his political campaigning made his country, and […]Read more "Except for the gulags, genocides and one-party rule, Communism was just dandy"
Gawker rips her interview with Syria’s tyrannical despot, and rightly so. Who the fuck vacations with dictators? Barbara Walters does. From my experience, he was a very intelligent, a well informed, thoughtful, he spoke perfect English, wants very much to have relations with this country, has some solutions for ending the war in Iraq. She […]Read more "Barbara Walters embarrasses herself"
No one should be surprised that Sarah Palin’s chief media mouthpiece and BFF failed to disclose her husband was good friends with Herman Cain before interviewing the candidate’s wife. Greta Van Susteren is no journalist — never has been, never will be. She’s an annoying media personality and cult member who just happens to score […]Read more "Never confuse Greta Van Scientologist with a journalist"
Christine O’Donnell, the poor woman’s Sarah Palin, steals a page from her mentor’s playbook to propagate the year’s most irrelevant feud. Both shameless panderers to attention for its own sake, Christine O’Donnell and Piers Morgan are clearly a match made in heaven. This morning, having slowly walked off Morgan’s CNN show two nights ago, O’Donnell […]Read more "Opportunistic igmo feuds with overbearing Brit (and the most revealing Piers Morgan quote ever)"
From Grantland staff writer Chris Ryan: Bay steals Hitchcock’s look We’ve got plenty of auteurs working today. We’ve got Johnnie To’s and Tarantino’s and Cholodenko’s and Refn’s. But when you walk into a dark theater on a hot summer day with a soda big enough to power a used Prius and your hands are already […]Read more "Achingly stupid media rehabilitation du jour"