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Another year, another celebrity painfully skewered by jokes at Comedy Central's annual roast!
Only it wasn't the roastee who received the bulk of the heat at this year's Roast of Rob Lowe!
On Monday night, the Parks and Recreation alum subjected himself to the comedic barbs from the likes of David Spade, Saturday Night Live's Pete Davidson, Peyton Manning, Jewel, and roast veteran Jeff Ross.
The actor certainly got roasted throughout the night, mostly for the 1988 sex tape he made with a 16-year-old girl — like when roastmaster Spade quipped:
"Rob starred in Austin Powers two 16 years ago. Can you believe that? 16? Or as Rob calls it, ‘18'… Rob has been called a comeback kid… sorry I read that wrong, he came on a kid's back."
While the 52-year-old took plenty of jabs — Davidson claimed doctors described him as "Gonorrhea patient zero" — it was one of Lowe's roasters Ann Coulter who took most of the abuse during the special.
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:
Nothin' like a good ol' celeb feud!
Anthony Anderson was hosting the NAACP Image Awards last night, when he decided to take a jab at FOX News TV personality Stacey Dash.
In his opening monologue at the awards show, the funnyman told the audience Dash would present the first award of the night, and followed it up by calling her out:
The comedian did not enter a plea and the judge set his bail at $1 million to which the actor posted 10% of the full amount and was able to leave the police station.
Since then, the comedian's legal representation has spoken out as they believe the criminal charge is just a political move. One of Cosby's representatives, Monique Pressley, has further supported this idea and addressed the charges by saying:
The claws are out!
ICYMI, the conservative was promoting her new book Adios America!: The Left's Plan to Turn Our Country Into a Third-World Hellhole where she shares her extremely polarizing views on immigration.
On the daytime talk show, Coulter said
This is BRUTAL for Raven-Symoné.
Ann Coulter guested on The View on Friday, and the conversation surrounding the conservative pundit's segment went down pretty much exactly how you'd expect: it was political, it was heated, and it involved quite a bit of the hosts and guest talking over each other.
Co-host Ana Navarro called out Ann on her troubling anti-immigration views, as well as her praise for Donald Trump, but the real highlight of the segment came a couple minutes in, when Raven jumped into the fray.
The former child star asked Coulter a question about the golden rule — that is, why Ann doesn't treat others the way she'd like to be treated — while accusing the political pundit of "mud-slinging" against groups of people.
In response, the Adios America author put Raven on BLAST by bringing up her offensive comments on black women's names… well, you'll just have to watch (above) because Oh. Em. Gee.
That wasn't slinging mud, it was bringing the heat!
What did U think about Coulter's interview??
Oh, Ann Coulter.
The political pundit certainly has never lived by the rule that if you don't have something nice to say, don't say anything at all!
Speaking to The Hollywood Reporter on Friday, Coulter discussed her role in the upcoming sci-fi disaster flick Sharknado 3, while criticizing as many people as she could, including Lena Dunham, the movie Selma, and presidential candidate Marco Rubio.
When asked whether she was a good actress, Coulter responded: