And Alec Baldwin, Trump's most notable impersonator, wrote: "When Trump is convicted, I hope he serves his time in a prison in Puerto Rico."I care about what I sing as opposed to how many records it's going to sell.I want the people who really like me -- who like my singing and like what I stand for -- to hear it and be proud of it, but I don't consciously think about how to make a record that sells.Pop legend Lionel Richie and country music star Luke Bryan are taking a seat at the judges table for ABC's revival of "American Idol" next year.
“Last week on ‘Sport Roundup’ we were trying to figure out if the president is a white nationalist,” Bee said.
(from 10 p.m.), "Hannity" has beat "The Rachel Maddow Show" in the ratings, aided by buzz-worthy guests such as Stephen K.
Bannon, Bill O'Reilly, Rush Limbaugh, and House Speaker Paul Ryan."Hamilton" creator Lin-Manuel Miranda and other celebrities slammed President Trump on Saturday morning following Trump's Twitter tirade targeting San Juan Mayor Carmen Yulin Cruz, who had criticized what she called the federal government's unhurried response to the destruction caused by Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico.
And I'm lucky enough to have fallen into a unique kind of celebrity," he said in 2009.
"So against all logic, nothing else matters — age doesn't matter. Endless numbers of young women."ALSOHugh Hefner's life pushing boundaries started with comics Hugh Hefner's Playboy Mansion was hedonistic headquarters for his brand'Your legacy lives on': Hugh Hefner is remembered as an innovator, friend and supporter of civil rights Samantha Bee blasted Donald Trump for what she considers his lack of response to the crisis in Puerto Rico, claiming the president instead has been busy “stoking a culture war” over the NFL.