Now 25 years later, “The Birdcage” star opens up about the thrill of making that film and the complicated experience of promoting it before he was ready to come out publicly.
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“You know it’s not good when you’re like, ‘Guys, please, remember all those people in nursing homes I got killed? Let’s talk about that again!’” the “Daily Show” host said.
“Obviously I am aware of what is going on with my brother,” the CNN host said at the top of his show Monday night.
The ‘Borat’ creator joked that Rudy went on to star in such comedy films as ‘Four Seasons Landscaping,’ ‘Hair Dye Another Day,’ and the courtroom drama ‘A Very Public Fart.’”
“Look, we all know award shows are stupid,” Fey said. “But even with stupid things inclusivity is important, and there are no Black members of the Hollywood Foreign Press.”
“I’m a science person,” she said. “Unless that science is about climate change, coronavirus, space lasers, evolution, the metric system, the rhythm method, breastfeeding…”
“Saturday Night Live” turned on Dr. Fauci and a trio of Democratic governors in a cold open game show called “So You Think You Can Get the Vaccine.”
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“Well, it won’t surprise you to learn that Graham almost immediately did a 180,” the “Late Night” host said.
Asked directly by Fox News anchor Bret Baier if he would support Trump should he become the GOP nominee in 2024, McConnell did not hesitate to say “absolutely.”