It's such a bummer these two can't get along!
The confidante went on to explain:
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This is absolutely not fabulous.
That's because the Ab Fab girls have a bit of a scandal on their hands after they selected a white woman to play a Japanese character in the film.
Margaret Cho brought the issue to light this week after tweeting her NSFW disgust for the casting decision, saying:
What chic news!
E! announced on Thursday that the comedian has been upgraded to special co-host for the 2016 awards season!
Margaret shared an adorable statement in response to the news — and a sweet thank you to the late Joan Rivers, saying:
This is just so sad.
As we previously reported, Stone Temple Pilots lead singer Scott Weiland was found dead in his tour bus by his manager while on the road in Minnesota — he was 48-years-old. Tragic.
Currently, the industry vet's cause of death has yet to be made available.
Many in Hollywood took to Twitter and Instagram, to pay tribute to Scott, once they learned of the rocker's untimely passing — including former bandmate Slash, Dave Navarro, Juliette Lewis, Tommy Lee, Taylor Momsen, Joe Perry, and many more.
Check out their responses below:
For her new music video DICKtator out Tuesday, the comedienne and her friends Princess Superstar, Mystigity, Andy Moraga, John Roberts, Selene Luna, Ian Harvie, Jackie Beat, and C. Fire Da Rambler dress up as notorious dictators throughout history all while comparing them back to The Donald.
We're talking everyone from Hitler, Stalin, and Mussolini, to more recent world leaders like George W. Bush and Margaret Thatcher!
She's using her platform as a comic for some serious good right now, and we could not be more in awe.
Ch-ch-check out Margaret's worthy follow-up to I Want To Kill My Rapist (below)!!!
We can't even begin to express our heartbreak over the tragic situation in Paris.
Similarly to ourselves, many celebrities are horrified and sickened by the senseless terrorist attack.
Take a look at the heartsick and supportive tweets (below):
You go, Cho!
The comic has been very upfront regarding her own history with sexual abuse, so it's amazing to see her take her power back while uplifting young girls in the process.
And while the single may have a violent message on the surface, Margaret made sure to highlight the fact that the killing is simply a metaphor for being able to move on from such a traumatic experience, saying:
"I do not condone violence but cathartic rage has its place in art. I believe if you have been sexually abused, you must 'murder' your rapist in your mind. Abuse leads to self abuse, drug addiction, depression, eating disorders, suicide. I want to kill it before it kills me. I'm grateful to all the incredible artists who went into the creation of this song and video, especially the young people who lent their fierce fighting talents. I can see already that kids are building a better world than the one we are currently in."
More people should have her outlook on life!
We could not be more proud of how Margaret is using her platform to make the world a better place.
Ch-ch-check out Margaret's emotionally charged I Want To Kill My Rapist (above)!!!
P.S. Margaret Cho's I Want To Kill My Rapist is available on iTunes today!
We hope we're that fierce at their age!
That's because her music video for I Mean Something is as weird and wacky as it is catchy!
The Canadian singer teamed up with Feist for the song, but utilized even more talent for the vid itself.
We're talking everyone from comedians like Margaret Cho to legends in the world of burlesque like Kitten Nativdad and Satans Angel!
Ch-ch-check out what Peaches is all about with the video to I Mean Something (above)!!!