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Alyssa Milano hit back at critics who accused her of wearing blackface makeup in a video from 2013.

Fighting back tears in an interview, the 47-year-old Who's the Boss? actress and activist denied that she was pretending to be Black by wearing dark makeup the new unearthed video clip.

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The anti-Trump star also took to social media to say she was parodying Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi from the reality TV show Jersey Shore (pictured).

"Hey, a–holes. The below picture is me parodying Jersey Shore and Snookie's tan," she tweeted on Tuesday, June 30. "Snookie's tan (she is a sweetheart by the way) is worthy of parodying as is [President Donald] Trump's 'tan.' So go f–k yourselves with your smear campaign."

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She shared a video clip from a 2013 Funny or Die episode, during which Milano was transformed into the 32-year-old reality TV star.

Milano's skin was darkened and the final image was Photoshopped to imitate Polizzi's tan.

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Polizzi (pictured) was born in Santiago, Chile, but was adopted and raised by Italian-American parents.

She gained instant fame as a cast member on MTV's popular Jersey Shore, where she was known for her obsession with sun tans and tanning products.

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Howard Stern trended on Twitter.com after an unearthed video clip showed him wearing blackface and telling racist jokes during a comedy skit.

The clip was posted on Twitter.com, and retweeted by Donald Trump, Jr. prompting a backlash against Stern, who had claimed on daytime talk show "The View" that he never used the 'N-word'.

In the skit, Stern plays actor Ted Danson in blackface while seated on the lap of the late comedian Sherman Helmsley, who plays Danson's then-girlfriend Whoopi Goldberg.

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Helmsley, best known for his role as George Jefferson on CBS television series All in the Family and The Jeffersons, pretends to be shocked as Stern drops the N-word repeatedly while saying, "Whoopi wrote it."

The skit was a parody of Danson's infamous blackface performance with Goldberg at a Friar's Club roast in 1993. Stern's sidekick Robin Quivers is seen in the clip criticizing Stern for his repeated use of the N-word.

Stern expressed regret about the controversy on his SiriusXM show on Monday: "The s**t I did was f**king crazy," Stern said. "I'll be the first to admit. I won't go back and watch those old shows; it's like, who is that guy.

"The big headline is this, and this is my fear in all of this," Stern continued. "I was able to change my approach, able to change my life and change how I communicated. If I had to do it all over again, would I lampoon Ted Danson, a white guy in blackface? Yeah, I was lampooning him and saying, I'm going to shine a light on this. But would I go about it the same way now? Probably not. Not probably, I wouldn't."

Stern challenged Trump Jr. and his father President Trump to seek therapy.

"At the same point, I will say, it f**king distresses me that Donald Trump Jr. and Donald themselves won't go into psychotherapy and change. Why not change the way you're approaching things because, wearing a mask is not a bad thing?"
 

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Amanda Seales lashed out at Kim Kardashian West for a controversial photo shoot in which she appears a few shades darker.

Kim is accused of wearing "blackface" in a photo shoot for 7 Hollywood magazine. The mother-of-four sparked outrage after she released images from the shoot on social media on Thursday.

She captioned the images: "WHAT A DREAM."

"Are you f***ing kidding me?" Amanda wrote in all caps in the caption of a repost of Kim's photo.

In a video on Instagram.com, Amanda compared Kim's pose to a similar pose by Beyonce Knowles-Carter, and she claimed Kim was emulating Diahann Carroll and Diana Ross.

"Honestly, what is there to say? What is there to say? Cause what folks will say is 'But she has black children.' Stop it. 'But she's Middle Eastern.' Stop it. 'But she's helping black people get out of jail.' Stop! Drop! Shut em down open up... Stop it! 'But she's channeling Elizabeth Taylor' Stop it. Stop it. Stop it...."

She continued:

"You should care that someone is trying to take your rhythm but they don't know your blues... This is basic. This family is notorious for appropriating Black culture. They do not have any grievance about it. They don't give reverence. They don't pay homage. No, they mimic; they take; they commodify..."

Question: What do you think? Is Amanda (and everyone else) overreacting to Kim's photos?
 

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