I’m not big on watching funny videos. I don’t know if that’s a reflection of my sense of humor or if it just stems from an aggrandized sense of how important my time is, but it’s just not something I do. But I have to tell you, this Anderson Cooper video has me in hysterics. Like uncontrollable hysterical laughter that had me crying in the office and howling so loud my coworkers looked at me like I needed to be institutionalized. Anderson Cooper lost it last night during his “The Ridiculist” segment of Anderson Cooper 360, when he told the story of French actor Gerard Depardieu throwing a pissy hissy fit and peeing in public on a plane.
Since voluntarily resigning from his role as New York governor, scorned politician Eliot Spitzer has been trying to revamp his image — but now he’s going through yet another set back. CNN announced July 6 it is canceling his political talk show, In the Arena, after nine months of it being on the air — a program in which he took much pride.
It’s certain to be an emotional occasion — Jaycee Dugard, 31, was held hostage in a backyard shelter and forced to bear two children by her kidnapper, convicted sex offender Philip Garrido. Is she right to cash in on her story?
Can we all take a minute to give George Clooney a huge round of applause? The star-studded Haitian relief telethon he put together, Hope For Haiti Now, was a huge success! More than $57 million was raised, according to telethon organizers, and that number just continues to climb as even more donations are pouring in. Lisa Paulsen, president and CEO of the Entertainment Industry Foundation, the group overseeing the event’s funds, released this statement: “The public has set a new standard of giving for a relief telethon with ‘Hope for Haiti Now,’ and the donations continue to come in.” Read more
George Clooney‘s brilliant idea to host a two-hour telethon Jan. 22 is turning out to be one of the largest Hollywood charity events. Hope for Haiti Now: A Global Benefit for Earthquake Relief announced that the global telethon will feature 21 musical performances that will air during the telethon. The musical acts will take place all over the world — In NYC: Bruce Springsteen, Mary J. Blige, Shakira, Jennifer Hudson, and Wyclef Jean will hit the mic in support of the cause. Read more