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If new previews from Bravo are any indication, things are going to get pretty nasty on the season 5 reunion. For starters, Nene Leakes will be telling Phaedra Parks that she’s not nearly as smart as she thinks she is. But of course she also doled out a little advice tinged with tough love to the southern belle.
Then, “RHOA” fans will finally get to hear Porsha sing, but they’ll all see her get very passionate on the subject of motherhood. Coincidently, it appears that her estranged husband Kordell Stewart was not on-hand when the other hubbies came out.
While the men were on the set, they took that opportunity to settle their scores with Kenya and stick up for her ex-boyfriend Walter.
Kenya and Phaedra really went in on each other at the reunion. The entertainment lawyer yet again calling Kenya fake, the former Miss USA had a new label for Phaedra: “Evil little devil.”
Aside from the name calling, though, Kenya believes that the reason her DVD is selling bette than Phaedra is because her “RHOA” nemesis is too fat to be taken seriously as a fitness instructor.
Kandi Burruss and NeNe Leakes have never really been the best of friends, but they usually try to be cordial. That said they have been known to throw some jabs at each other.
Most recently, NeNe put one of her “RHOA” co-stars on blast via Twitter for having a “past she doesn’t want anyone 2 know abt!” For those still scratching their head over who NeNe could possibly have been talking about, the “New Normal” star admitted that she was tweeting about Kandi.
But according to Kandi, things only got bad between them after NeNe made some harsh remarks about her deceased fiance AJ Jewell.
A contractor who is being sued by Sylvester Stallone over a construction project gone bad is now lashing out himself ... claiming in new legal docs the actor abused his dog and threatened to blow the contractor's head off.
Mohamed Hadid just got a temporary restraining order against Sly, claiming the "Rocky" star walked up to him in court, pushed him and threatened, "I am going to kill you motherfucker."
Sly is about to go to trial in his legal war against Hadid, claiming the contractor royally screwed up his house to the tune of $1.4 million, calling him an "unscrupulous, unlicensed predator."
Hadid claims in his new legal docs ... while he was working on Sly's house, he witnessed the actor fly into fits of rage ... at times grabbing his dog by the neck and throwing it into its crib. Hadid also claims Sly threatened to smash his head in with a baseball bat.
And there's this allegation .... Hadid says Sly once said, "Get these dirty Mexicans out of here or I will blow your head off."
Sly's lawyer, Marty Singer, says the actor was never notified of a hearing for a restraining order, adding Sly's trial is about to begin and this is just a desperate attempt to smear him. Singer says he took Hadid's deposition last week and asked about all the conversations he had with Sly -- and no threats were ever mentioned.
Singer says, "This is a desperate attempt by a man who wants to be a media star, which is why he's a guest star on 'Shahs of Sunset.'"
If you watched The Real Housewives of Orange County last night, you know that Vicki Gunvalson had her nose and chin done, but she was still a bit swollen when the show was shot. But then later she was on Watch What Happens Live to unveil what the results of the plastic surgery look like now that her face has settled.
Watch the unveiling below!
She says she had fat from her sides injected under her eyes, her nose reshaped, and a small chin implant. And while it makes me sad to hear why she did it (on RHOOC, she mentioned being teased about her nose by different people—and specifically mentioned Slade calling her Miss Piggy), I do think the surgery looks great.
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Picking up her dry cleaning in Beverly Hills March 22nd
Shopping at NYC Scoop in Beverly Hills March 23rd
Walking with a sleepy Luca in Studio City March 26th
Going to a playdate with Luca in LA March 28th
At the park with Luca April 2nd in Beverly Hills
Behind the cut you'll find some information about who was filming today, where the scene seemed to be set, and what monsters are going to make an appearance.
First up, the official BBC blog confirmed the return of the Zygons!
From the blog post:
Aside from flashbacks these malevolent shape-shifters have only appeared once before, threatening Earth in the Fourth Doctor adventure, Terror of the Zygons. Despite the fact that their solitary outing was over thirty years ago they remain a popular old enemy and in the 2010 episode, The Pandorica Opens, they were amongst the massed aliens said to be gathering above Stonehenge. Later, in The Power of Three, we learnt that Zygons had one of their ships under the Savoy Hotel in 1890 and apparently replaced half the staff with imposters! But this time they really are back…
Pictures of filming were snapped and in the following pictures you'll see evidence of David and Billie on set, the medieval England appearing setting, the RTD era Tardis, as well as a Zygon wandering around.
Speculate away! What could this mean for the plot of the special?
G Dragon's new single MichiGo
Lena Dunham's blueprint for bad living (and worse sex) made her the latest fast-talking feminist to polarise America. Now, the Girls star bares all to Jonathan Heaf about backing Obama, dealing with death threats and the naked truth of all that nudity.
What is it about Lena Dunham - the 26-year-old culturequake famed for writing, directing and starring (naked, mostly) in her hit HBO series Girls - that attracts such high praise and such sneering, blood-spitting vitriol? A week after Dunham won two Golden Globes in January this year (for Best Television Comedy Series and Best Actress In A Television Comedy Series), GQ found itself on Dunham's patch in New York City. Over the course of two nights - GQ dining first at Battersby (it's as good as the natives brag) and then at the restaurant at the new NoMad Hotel (who'd have thought that salted kale could be so expensive?) - Dunham's talents, her game-changing (yep, we said it) television show and what some critics are calling the young star's "pathological exhibitionism" all came up in heated conversation.
￼Hardened sceptics say it's 50/50 as to which way the legacy chips will fall for Dunham, now two series into her show with a trunk full of silverware and a book deal with Random House worth a reported £2.2m to show for it. She'll either go on to achieve her ambitions of becoming the new Nora Ephron - a goal that GQ certainly feels she has every chance of accomplishing, becoming "a voice of a generation" - or she will simply wind up as little more than Twitter's answer to Woody Allen. (Smug, zeitgeist-appropriating phrases such as the one Dunham used in a New Yorker article recently, "I guess I want to have my cake and tweet it, too," aren't exactly helping.)
So why do the critics give Dunham such a tough time? Because she takes her clothes off yet isn't the expected svelte shape we are so used to seeing day in, day out on our television screens? Because of her liberal arts background? Because of what her detractors call her perceived sense of entitlement? Who knows? Not since Keira Knightley skipped lunch has a young star been quite so divisive. Whatever your opinion of her, however, what is abundantly clear is that Dunham - like Lars von Trier movies, grilled tofu, and whether or not Jennifer Lawrence looks better as a blonde or a brunette (answer: who cares? It's Jennifer Lawrence!) - has suddenly become someone who everyone everywhere has something to say about. She's the new Diablo Cody - if Diablo Cody were someone that anyone outside of West Hollywood had ever heard of.
Over the course of the past 12 months, Dunham has experienced the thrill of the hype, the anxiety of the backlash and then the relief at the arrival of the backlash against the backlash. Yet despite all the noise, nothing that the impotent critics think will put the young auteur off her staggeringly accomplished stride. In fact, she seems to relish the fight. It isn't her breasts that the critics should be worrying so much about. It's her balls.
GQ: Hello, Lena. I'm surprised you even have time for this conversation, seeing as you're the most talked about human being on the planet...
Dunham: Oh please! I'm sorry I'm late and it's totally my fault - I was dropping my dog off at doggie daycare, and as a result everything in my life pushed on a half-hour. It's a new dog so everything is that bit slower. I'm perhaps criminally insane for having got a dog, but I love it. Everyone that knows me has been simply asking, "Are you f***ing insane?" But I believe that dogs replenish. Although I may have forgotten that they also need to be taken out at 5am.
How does it feel to be in the eye of a cultural storm?
For me, it's definitely not normal. I would have to be totally crazy for this to be normal. You do have to adjust on some level so you can just continue with your work. You can't live your whole life in awe. But it's new and insane and peculiar and just a little bit overwhelming.
Well, now you know how Robert Pattinson feels.
I have no problem knowing how Rob Pattinson feels, and I obviously mean that on all sorts of levels. I seem to enjoy talking about myself even more than I thought I did.
With the awards comes criticism. How are you handling it all? Shock jock Howard Stern called you a "little fat girl who kinda looks like Jonah Hill"...
I don't listen to it so much, but I'm on Twitter so you can't help but be aware of these things. It's hard in this day and age to avoid criticism, especially when your well-meaning friends say to you, "I can't believe Howard Stern said those horrid things about you!" So I can't really ignore it, but I try my best to bury my head in the sand. As a producer of a show you also want to get feedback from the fans - the good and the bad. Television is the medium of the people and you want to make sure you are listening. But you can definitely listen to too much of it.
Do you think the old media hierarchy thinks of you as some sort of threat?
A threat? That is not the sensation that I have. I mean, I don't know who feels like a threat, although it could be a fun thing to want to feel like. I think there's a couple of things going on here with all the criticism. I think some people aren't attracted by what I do and, for me, that's the most valid position for the criticism to come from. You know people who are like, "It's just not my thing." Or perhaps their morals don't jibe with my morals, you know, the same way I feel about Chris Brown - it's not for me, I don't like your attitude and you are not someone I want to take in. Though, admittedly, I've never beaten any of my lovers in a car while heading back from the Grammys, so maybe I'm just not "with it" or something. Then there's conservative people who aren't into what I do as it doesn't fit their perception of what women, particularly young women, should be doing. I'm aware of this, but you need to have critics. Who, after all, is universally loved? Not even Ryan Seacrest!
Actually, you're right, everyone seems to love Will Smith. I do, and I don't know him.
A lot of the religious conservative right didn't like your video in support of President Obama. [Dunham's campaign video likened voting for Obama with losing your virginity.]
I was in London hanging with my British friends when that came out, and they were like, "You know that in London if someone said they didn't believe gay people should be allowed to marry or that people shouldn't be allowed to have abortions and that religion should be a part of the government, you would have been laughed out the country as if you were a lunatic?" For many, it's not a position you are allowed to take. I get it if someone just doesn't think I'm funny, but the conservative hate couldn't give me any less pause because of how strongly I believe in what Obama is doing and having a country ruled by Democratic notions.
Have you received death threats?
Some of those people were definitely behaving like, "I'm going to kill your mom!" It's not like I had a note come through the post attached to a horse's head, but there were definitely people on Twitter saying, "I am ashamed you're alive, somebody should get rid of you!" and "If you want abortion to be legal, you should have been aborted!" Really crazy stuff. I think the comfort for me was simply thinking, "Well you're insane." It's like when a homeless man screams that he's going to cut off your head and put it in a garbage can - you tend to see it more as ridiculous than scary. That's what I feel when that person blows up my Twitter.
Should politics and celebrities mix?
All this abuse made me think: why don't more people in celebrity positions talk about politics? For example, I don't think I know who Julia Roberts voted for. It occurred to me for the first time that when you declare a political position, you isolate a big part of your audience. I mean, anyone who watches Girls knows that I come from Democratic sensibilities, at the very least, but it's interesting to see how some celebrities are scared of making choices that could mean that fewer people will be willing to buy into their product.
The fact that you're nude a great deal of the time in Girls has attracted a lot of criticism. Why can't people handle a bit of nipple?
Right! You know, I've thought about this a lot. My opinion has evolved somewhat. I used to think it was because people couldn't handle seeing the types of body that we usually don't see on television. But I don't feel so much that way any more. I've come to feel like this is more about men and women being presented in a unflattering light and presenting the sex they have in an unflattering light. I think it's stressful for people in a way I didn't understand at first.
Critics have said there's something of the pathological exhibitionist about you. How do you respond?
It's interesting. I understand that when the nudity and sex are taken out of context, but it's not like my character is an exhibitionist - she's just living her life, and I happen to be trying to capture her life on camera and not trying to avoid any parts of it. So I would think that the amount of nudity is entirely appropriate in the context of the show, though I do entirely understand people are like, "Why can't she keep her pants on?"
In hindsight, do you wish you'd used less nudity in Girls?
I don't mind it much - it can be better than a lot of questions that other people are asked time and time again. I'm sure there's a worse way it could go, and I will say that I generally feel like you're going to be asked certain questions and I have to be comfortable with this. But I wonder if I would have got the same reaction if I were one of those celebrities who is always in a bikini.
Like, for example, Beyoncé?
I wonder. You don't hear people going, "Why do you love to show off your beautiful perfect form so much?" I guess the underlying question people are really asking is this, "Why are you naked so much on a TV show when you look the way you do?" There's a general feeling of "Well, if you've got it, flaunt it. And if you don't got it, why would you want to flaunt it?"
We're confused over here at GQ. Some feminists say it's objectifying to stare at a woman in a bikini; others say it's empowering for women to show off their bodies, whatever the shape. Should the modern man stop looking at hot girls on the beach?
Oh, I think you should keep staring at women in tiny bikinis - so long as the women are willing participants and are doing it on their own terms. It's very complicated from a gender-studies point of view, and a lot of feminists argue over just such topics. Some people believe that women simply can never be willing participants because these are things they have to do in order to have a career. So even if they are superficially willing they are actually being pressured by a culture that wants them to get naked, so they get naked to get ahead. I'm sure there is some validity in that argument. I would argue that our job is to please each other and not harm anyone in the making of our own sexual pleasure.
Sold. So is Rihanna a good role model for young women?
I like Rihanna's sex-positive attitude. I think she's so sexy, and if I looked like Rihanna I would never put clothes on again in my life. She's allowed to present herself however she wants, and I like the fact that she is such a beautiful woman with such a high profile and that she's pushing the limits of what is sexually appropriate. I haven't really spoken about Rihanna as I'm a big supporter of my sisters, but perhaps it's time. I tweeted, like, three things about Chris Brown and I got about 15,000 Chris Brown followers saying, "You are going to die!" He has really devoted followers and they are all teenage girls. That's the thing that is crazy to me. You can't judge, as obviously we don't see behind Chris Brown and Rihanna's bedroom doors, and it's unfair to hold them up as a universal example, but I do think it's really dark that there's all these teenagers rooting for what they feel is this hot, forbidden love story. That's a very hard thing for me to reconcile with. I don't think it's every woman's job to be a role model for her fans, but I do think this has taken our cultural narrative about abuse against women back quite far.
So you're no longer a Rihanna fan?
I still dance my butt off to Rihanna's songs and I follow her on Twitter because I like seeing naked pictures of her ass. So I'm just as bad as the rest of them.
Since becoming famous, do you feel any pressure to lose weight?
I really don't. It's funny because when I meet people off-set they always ask me if I've lost weight. And I always say no, it's just because I carry myself on-camera very differently to when I'm off-set. People often say, "Oh my God, this is not what I expected!" But when I do the show, I put grease in my hair and I'm not wearing the clothes I would normally wear. But it also gives me some sense of pride that I can go to an event like the Golden Globes and say, "Yep, I ate today, and I have no sense of embarrassment about it."
You bring a great deal of your own life to Girls. in series two, there's a great drug-taking sequence that manages to be funny without lingering on cliché. Did you use your own coke-taking experiences for this scene?
You know, with coke I did that terrible Woody Allen thing, that scene from Annie Hall where he sneezes and it goes everywhere. That was my own personal relationship with taking cocaine in real life. I've been around all that stuff, but I've never really successfully ingested it. The actor Andy Rannells, who is in the scene with me, had to be, "No Lena, you have to snort it this way." Not that he's some huge druggie, but I was doing little baby snorts and he was like, "No one is going to believe this!"
Great day at the office, learning how to take cocaine.
Yeah, we snorted so many B vitamins that day. At least it's healthy.
There's a lot of awkward sex in Girls. Adam Driver [who plays Dunham's boyfriend] has said that he gets approached by men who thank him for making it OK to pee on their girlfriends - as he did in the show.
Listen: guys want to pee on women. That is a fact. And this is not a good thing. I showed the peeing scene to HBO and they're like, "We're supposed to believe that Hannah [Dunham's character] wants to be with him after he pees on her in the shower?" Then I showed it to my dad and he told me it was the funniest thing in the series - so we left it in.
Well, it didn't make me want to pee on my girlfriend.
Good. That is the correct response.
Feminism seems to be trendy again. Are you with Hanna Rosin in declaring The End Of Men?
That's an alarming thought. Besides men being essential for procreation, I enjoy their company. But I do think that we're entering a time when certain sections of society have to get with [sexual equality] or get out of town.
Were you shocked at responses to how much money you are being paid to write your first book?
It always throws me to have a conversation about something that personal. For me, it's weirder to talk about money than sex - I was raised feeling that money was a subject that is very uncouth when aired publicly. It definitely embarrassed me in that regard. But if it makes another woman think, "OK, great, I can actually get paid for something that I love to do," then that excites me.
Is it true that there's going to be a Girls scent?
I'm not involved with that. Who would want to smell like our show?
Are you feeling nice tonight, ONTD?
The filmmaker will participate in a Q&A about the progress of his upcoming 3D film about the popular boy band.
LONDON – Sony Pictures is backing a move to put Morgan Spurlock, director of the 3D film One Direction: This Is Us, online for a Q&A with fans at Twitter's London headquarters.
Spurlock is currently shooting the film in the British capital. The film promises a behind-the-scenes look at the wildly popular British boy band and former X Factor U.K. runners-up.
Fans from around the world will be able to participate via the movie's Twitter handle @1DThisIsUs. It will also be able to be available across various Twitter accounts: @OneDirection, @SonyPictures and @MorganSpurlock.
The interview is scheduled for April 3 at 10 a.m in the U.K.( 2 a.m. L.A. time). Spurlock (Super Size Me) is directing the picture which Sony Pictures Releasing will roll out worldwide beginning Aug 30. TriStar Pictures will release the film in the U.S. on the same date.
One Direction was formed by Simon Cowell on The X Factor in 2010. In March 2012, the band's debut album, Up All Night, made U.S. history, as it was the first time a U.K. group's debut album entered the U.S. Billboard 200 chart at No. 1. The band has sold over 29 million records worldwide.
In November 2012, One Direction released their sophomore album, Take Me Home, which includes the No. 1 single, "Live While We¹re Young". They are currently on a sold-out world tour.
Not even a million dollars could convince Lady Gaga to perform during last summer's Republican National Convention.
The snub by the pop star is included in a lawsuit filed by a powerful Republican nonprofit fundraising organization, American Action Network, against a vendor whose job was to stage entertainment just outside the doors to the GOP's convention in August.
Documents filed with the lawsuit show that other entertainers also said "no thanks" to appearing at the GOP convention including Dolly Parton and the rapper Pitbull, who Republicans hoped to feature at an event for the Hispanic Leadership Network.
Many entertainers, including Journey and Lynyrd Skynyrd, agreed to perform at the convention, but Lady Gaga's offer was the most lucrative, according to an email sent last summer by AAN's director of development, Pete Meachum.
"See what it would take to get Gaga instead of Dolly," Meachum requests of Rob Jennings, who heads Cater America LLC, an event production company based in Wyoming.
Jennings, whose company is being sued by AAN, was instructed by Meachum to try to make the offer to Lady Gaga more tempting by telling her it would be an event "honoring women who run for public office."
Meachum, who is a former aide to House Majority Whip Kevin McCarthy and is now chief of staff for Rep. Sean Duffy, R-Wis., wanted Lady Gaga to perform on Monday, Aug. 27, the evening of the convention's first official day.
"Also, tell them that $150,000 will go towards a domestic violence shelter," Meachum further instructed Jennings in an effort to make the offer harder for Lady Gaga to refuse.
American Action Network is a 501c(4) organization headed by former Sen. Norm Coleman, R-Minn., and raises money to support GOP candidates for House seats. The organization is suing Cater America in an effort to recover $350,000 that AAN officials say they lost in part when a Lynyrd Skynyrd concert arranged by Cater America was canceled. The concert could not take place because Florida Gov. Rick Scott declared a state of emergency as Hurricane Isaac churned toward Tampa.
In the lawsuit, filed in U.S. District Court, AAN says most of the money it seeks represents a loan that Jennings has failed to repay.
Cater America plans to countersue, saying AAN reneged on a deal to pay $500,000 for the rock band Journey, which performed a 90-minute set on Aug. 30, the final night of the convention, and for other expenses incurred by Cater America that it says AAN had promised to cover.
Cater America also contends AAN violated an agreement not to give away tickets. National Republican Congressional Committee Executive Director Guy Harrison was among the NRCC staff who attended a Kid Rock concert put on by Cater America on Aug. 29. American Action Network spokesman Dan Conston told The Washington Examiner that AAN "invited some close personal friends from nongovernmental organizations on a personal basis."
cr: washington examiner
Amy Poehler takes her two adorable little guys Archie, 4, and Abel, 2, to Coldwater Canyon Park on Sunday (March 31) in Beverly Hills, Calif.
The 41-year-old "Parks and Recreation" actress watched on as her sons played on scooters and on the playground equipment.
What would Lizzie McGuire say? Hilary Duff will be making another return to television this spring, this time as a love interest for TV's highest-paid actor, Ashton Kutcher.
According to TVLine, the first-time mom will play Stacey, a woman who catches Kutcher's character Walden's eye on the season finale of Two and a Half Men.
But Duff, 25, isn't the one who ultimately keeps Kutcher's interest on the show; instead, E! News confirms, Walden will end up falling for her grandmother, who will be played by Taxi and Celebrity Apprentice star Marilu Henner, 60.
Off-screen, however, Duff is having no problem turning heads after working hard to shed 30 pounds to get her bikini body back following the birth of her adorable 11-month-old son Luca.
"My one trainer helped me lose a shit ton of weight," she told Us in February. "I lost like 30 pounds. His name is Gabe Johns and he is amazing. He's a boxing trainer and he comes to my house. I live in the canyon, so we just run. He runs my ass up and down the hill."
More info on Hilary's appearance. So ready for her
Injured Louisville guard Kevin Ware arrived on campus Tuesday
Ware was discharged from Methodist Hospital in Indianapolis
Ware suffered a compound fracture of his right leg during Sunday's game against Duke
Injured Louisville basketball player Kevin Ware arrived on campus Tuesday afternoon after being discharged from Methodist Hospital in Indianapolis.
His first stop was the Yum! practice center on Floyd Street, where he was bringing back the Midwest Regional trophy coach Rick Pitino left in his hospital room.
Ware suffered a compound fracture of his right leg during Sunday's game against Duke.
He sent a text to The Courier-Journal earlier saying he was leaving the hospital and plans to be in Atlanta for the Final Four on Wednesday.
"I should be leaving around 1 to go back to school," Ware wrote. "Then make my way to Atlanta tomorrow."
Ware later posted a photo on Twitter of himself on crutches getting ready to leave.
"Back to my brothers I go," he posted.
His mates went to visit him
Source this is a follow up to this post
Girls Aloud - Nero (Ten Tour Interlude)
Shortened Interlude + Full Performance:
Nadine remains infinitely better than the rest.
Here are some new high quality filming photos of Jennifer Lawrence on the set of ‘Untitled David O Russell/Abscam Project’ with Bradley Cooper in Boston on April 2, 2013. Her hairdo and outfit looks glamourous <3
Caldwell Tanner didn’t use HBO’s Join the Realm website to create these unique House Sigils. Instead, he came up with his own designs for what popular websites might hang from their proverbial castle walls if they lived in the world of Game of Thrones. And we decided to join in on the fun. Look at the House Sigils and mottos from Twitter, Wikipedia, and more.
Amanda Bynes bailed on a court hearing yesterday and was instead spotted in NYC sporting newly-dyed red locks. Or was she? The actress took to twitter to deny that the girl spotted by photographers was actually her:
My hair is blonde I’ve never been a redhead! Somebody keeps posing as me! Check my photos on twitter for up to date pictures!
— Amanda Bynes (@AmandaBynes) April 3, 2013
Fake or real microdermals same glasses! I don’t own those clothes and I’m blonde! Haha!
— Amanda Bynes (@AmandaBynes) April 3, 2013
Source, her twitter
The HBO star said her show about a fictional vice president has led some of VP Biden's staff to start saying, ‘That’s a “Veep” moment.’
Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Tony Hale, Matt Walsh and Anna Chlumsky portray a fictional vice president and her staff on HBO’s "Veep."
Julia Louis-Dreyfus’ HBO series about a hapless, frequently frustrated vice president has some fans in the real-life Veep’s office, the actress revealed. Vice President Biden contacted the “Veep” star with congratulations after she won an Emmy for her role as VP Selina Meyer, Louis-Dreyfus told Politico. She added that “he was very funny about it, which led me to believe that he may have seen a couple of episodes.” A team of political consultants work on the show’s accuracy — and Louis-Dreyfus said she has heard from Biden’s staff that they are often on the mark.
“I will say, I’ve actually heard from people who will remain anonymous who work in the office of the vice president that they’ve started to say, ‘That’s a “Veep” moment,’” she said. “That’s a huge compliment to the writing of the show.” She added that the office itself is ripe for comedy. “The role of vice president is perfect, because it is so close and yet so far,” Louis-Dreyfus told Politico. “There’s an inherent conflict; there’s an inherent problem ... Anybody who is vice president is politically ambitious, but they never had it as a goal to be vice president. No one aspires to the vice presidency, so it’s just a perfect area for comedy.”
The second season of “Veep” premieres April 14.
I know we tend to overuse words like flawless, queen, perfection but Julia is literally a flawlessly perfect queen. <3 Some Old Christine/Barb love to thank you for your time: