Pop icon Madonna talked to a crowed of concert-goers in Philadelphia on Tuesday, and criticized U.S. President Donald Trump for “not supporting the constitution” and called for his impeachment.
The President is a stupid asshole and if you voted for him you’re a stupid asshole and if you still support him you’re a stupid asshole. Oh no this Tweet is going to make all the stupid assholes not like me waaaaah https://t.co/N7dP4WnsMt— Patton Oswalt (@pattonoswalt) December 12, 2019
Actor Patton Oswalt didn’t mince words on Thursday when he declared that every person who voted for and still supports President Donald Trump is a “stupid asshole.”
“The President is a stupid asshole and if you voted for him you’re a stupid asshole and if you still support him you’re a stupid asshole,” Patton Oswalt said. “Oh no this Tweet is going to make all the stupid assholes not like me waaaaah.”
Charlize Theron couldn’t contain herself when she learned of her SAG Award nomination — literally.
The 44-year-old actress was watching the nominations from bed, wearing a gray bathrobe, when the exciting news broke, prompting the Bombshell star to jump up and down in delight.
Michael Douglas is gravely concerned about America’s political climate. The actor, 75, appeared in a 10-minute video titled “Unbreaking America: Divided We Fall,” claiming America’s political system has been “hijacked” so that “those with power keep it.”
“Year after year we choose between the lesser of two evils: Democrats, Republicans,” he said. “In any other environment, a new competitor would swoop in to better serve the constituency.”
Roxette singer Marie Fredriksson has died at 61, according to an official statement from her management’s website.
The statement says the Swedish star died Monday after a 17-year battle with cancer.
Following a solo career, Fredriksson teamed up with Per Gessle in 1986 to form the pop duo Roxette, which launched them into the international spotlight.
The pair is best known for the songs “It Must Have Been Love” from 1986, “Listen to Your Heart” from 1988 and “The Look” from 1988.
Former US first lady Michelle Obama and Hollywood A-lister Julia Roberts toured a high school in rural Vietnam yesterday, urging a classroom of teenage girls to stay focused on their education to transform their lives.
The promotion of girls’ schooling has been the cornerstone of Obama’s charitable work since her husband Barack Obama left office in 2017 after two terms as US president. “When you educate a girl you give them power and a voice and an opportunity to improve their lives and the lives of their family and the lives of their community,” Obama said at Can Giuoc high school in southern Long An province in the Mekong Delta.