Mister D: Some people are just too smart for their own good and that’s just not the popular thing. However, in my book, Bill Maher will always be The Winner in whatever category you want to put him in….hands down…people just have a hard time with the truth I have found in my own personal life and it seems that way as a whole, too. We like our lives wrapped up in pretty little lies…little white lies…and so it goes….
Bill Maher, always a bride’s maid
The ‘Real Time‘ host is nominated for the 22nd time, but if history is a predictor, he’ll lose. Again.
By Ray Richmond, Special to the Los Angeles Times
June 3, 2010
Here’s the easiest prediction to make about this year’s Tony Awards, which will be presented June 13 at NYC’s Radio City Music Hall: Host Sean Hayes will almost certainly make some reference to the hullabaloo about being too gay to play a straight man in the musical Promises, Promises. The CBS broadcast will also have an excuse to present a production number from his show even though it didn’t snag a nomination for Best Revival of a Musical. (There’s talk that the show will open with a medley of “pop songs you might not know are on Broadway.”)
EXCLUSIVE: Joan Rivers Examines Her Life in A Piece of Work
June 1st, 2010
Joan Rivers examines her life in A Piece of Work
Joan Rivers: A Piece of Work exposes the private dramas of comedian and pop icon Joan Rivers as she fights tooth and nail to keep her American dream alive. A unique look inside America’s obsession with fame and celebrity – Joan’s story is both an outrageously funny journey and a brutally honest look at the ruthless entertainment industry, the trappings of success and the ultimate vulnerability of the first queen of comedy.
GoodFellas is the fourth movie to receive this honor, following in the footsteps of Swingers, There’s Something About Mary, and Fight Club. James Gandolfini will be presenting the honor to Robert De Niro and Ray Liotta, who starred in the movie back in 1990.