“Saturday Night Live” finally hired a black woman–the amazingly talented Sasheer Zamata, but SNL still has a long way to go in terms of its race problem. More
Topic: Maya Rudolph
This seems almost impossible because of the way “women aren’t funny.”A notion that I believe was laid forth in Vanity Fair. And yet! On their comedy covers, there are as many women as men! Six women! Six men! I know women aren’t good at math, but here are the pictures and we can count them together (you’re allowed to use your fingers). More
Unlike Alexander McQueen’s funeral two years ago that brought out a wide array of fashionistas and some of the gorgeously outrageous outfits he designed, Whitney Houston‘s funeral saw none of that. Although the mourners were made up of fellow divas and other A-list celebrities, everyone in attendance was dressed very modestly to ensure that it was Whitney who had the stage one last time. More
After the nuptials, things tend to change. More
In honor of Mother’s Day, we’d like to remind you of one of the funniest all-female comedy sketches of our generation: “Mom Jeans,” starring Tina Fey, Amy Poehler, Rachel Dratch and Maya Rudolph. More
The best part here is her total obliviousness to how ridiculous she looks. I just love Salma.