David Hogg Bill Maher Laura Ingraham

Sinclair Broadcasting is taking Bill Maher’s side in a heated debate with leftists over free speech and advertising boycotts. The “Real Time with Bill Maher” host caught flack after he defended Fox News host Laura Ingraham against boycotts on his show on Friday night.

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Benjamin Glaze Katy Perry

A teenage American Idol contestant is considering suing singer Katy Perry for unwanted sexual advances during a recent audition. Benjamin Glaze, 19, says Perry kissed him after he told her he was saving the experience for his “first special relationship” with a girl.

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Whoopi Goldberg and MoNique

Mo’Nique’s career isn’t dead in the water. The comedian and actress visited ABC’s The View on Thursday to explain why she called for a Netflix boycott. The 50-year-old actress accused Netflix of racial and gender bias after she was offered millions less than her comedic counterparts.

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Tracee Ellis Ross
 
Tracee Ellis Ross has denied a report alleging she threatened to cut back her Black-ish TV appearances if she didn’t get a pay raise equal to co-star Anthony Anderson‘s substantial salary. Tracee reportedly earns $80K per episode wile Anderson takes home $100K per episode.

The Hollywood Reporter claimed on Friday, that the 45-year-old actress was earning considerably less than her 47-year-old male co-star and she planned to cut back her appearances on the hit ABC sitcom if her salary wasn’t commensurate with Anderson’s.

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Tracee Ellis Ross and Anthony Anderson

Tracee Ellis Ross is asking network bosses for a raise to close the pay gap between her and Black-ish co-star Anthony Anderson — even though he has more responsibilities than she does.

Ellis Ross is battling ABC network bosses for equal pay despite the fact that Anderson holds dual roles as actor and executive producer on Black-ish.

Ellis Ross says earning the same pay as Anderson is fair because it symbolizes equality in Hollywood.

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Abraham D Juste

ABC is desperate to boost ratings for Black-ish spinoff Grown-ish, starring Yara Shahidi as college freshman Zoey Johnson. The first 2 episodes received low ratings and negative reviews, mostly due to Yara’s annoying narration and all around bad acting by her supporting cast.

A New York Times‘ TV critic says Grown-ish is “still finding its identity” — that’s the mark of death in TV critic lingo.

So ABC/Freeform is pinning their hopes on a new character: Cassius “Cash” Mooney, played by tall, dark and handsome newcomer Abraham D. Juste.

Abraham, who goes by the nickname da’Vinchi in real life, plays a star shooting guard on the basketball team at Zoey’s mythical California University. He instantly catches Zoey’s eye when he asks for directions to the library, and the two hit it off.

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Oprah 2020
 
Golden Globe viewers are still buzzing over Oprah Winfrey‘s heartfelt speech about the #MeToo movement during the live telecast on Sunday night. Oprah, who accepted the Cecil B. DeMille lifetime achievement award, said the culture is “broken by brutally powerful men.”

In her emotional speech Oprah seemed to invoke the movement in small-town America to create safe communities for women and children where men are not allowed.

“We all have lived too many years in a culture broken by brutally powerful men,” she said. “For too long, women have not been heard or believed if they dare speak the truth to the power of those men. But their time is up. Their time is up,” she said, referring to men.

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