The conservative political commentator, who was there to roast the Parks and Recreation actor — and plug her new book In Trump We Trust: E Pluribus Awesome! — received by far the worst of the heat from the comedians.
The political pundit admitted she had "no idea" why the special turned into a roast of her, but guesses it was because Comedy Central — in her opinion — isn't funny anymore! She told The Hollywood Reporter:
Peyton Manning, David Spade, Jewel, Jimmy Carr, Jeffrey Ross, and more were there to blow up the actor's spot in the Comedy Central Roast of Rob Lowe, and it is too funny to wait until early September to see!!
Ch-ch-check out some of the best one-liners from the show (below), including this gem from Spade:
As we previously reported, beloved director and producer Garry Marshall passed away on Tuesday evening due tocomplications of pneumonia, not long after he had suffered from a stroke, in a hospital located in Burbank, CA. He was 81 years old.
Marshall is best known for launching many actors' careers through his hits like Pretty Woman, The Princess Diaries, Beaches, and more. So it's no wonder that this death quite an impact on Tinseltown. In fact, many A-listers have since taken to Twitter and Instagram to mourn the late industry vet — including Rob Lowe, Mandy Moore, Kathy Bates, and countless others.
While Michele's post breakup weekend started with some wine and hikes with her girlfriends, she ultimately ended up at the actor's picturesque home that he shares with longtime wife Sheryl Lowe. The lovely estate features a lush backyard and outdoor swing that Ms. Michele took full advantage of all weekend long!
Check out the relaxing and adorable photos from the trip (below)!
Amid rumors that Andy Cohen might join good buddy Kelly Ripa on her morning talk show Live, and after word came down that Bravo is developing a new companion show to Andy's infamous Watch What Happens Live, we've got good news: the king of the Housewives isn't going anywhere!
While Lowe didn't get the job four years ago, the timing is looking a lot better this time around! Not only did his Fox show The Grinder get cancelled earlier this month, but he admitted to needing a distraction due to empty nest syndrome.
Speaking to ET earlier this week, Lowe didn't turn down the possibility of joining LIVE, explaining: