The show must go on.
After the passing of legend Joan Rivers, many wondered if her show Fashion Police would be able to carry on in her absence.
Well, we finally have our answer.
Read the emotional statement (below):
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Leave it to Andy Samberg to break up awkward tension with masturbation jokes!
The funnyman addressed Melissa McCarthy’s controversial Elle magazine cover at the Women In Hollywood celebration on Monday night, and basically discredited everyone who thought the photo was offensive.
“Speaking of controversy, a lot of controversy for the Elle Women in Hollywood issue this year. I’m referring, of course, to Jacket-gate. Talk about a kerfuffle! Have you no shame, Elle magazine and your parent company Hearst Communications? How dare you make a beautiful woman wear a trench coat? An item of clothing never associated with sex and desire, and splattered across your cover like the scat of a monkey armada. For as hot as all the previous covers were, Melissa’s is the hottest one. Not to overshare but I have definitely snuck it into the bathroom a number of times. Ask my wife, that thing is thoroughly dog-eared.”
Too much information, or not enough? We can’t decide. LOLz!
But both Melissa, and Samberg's wife were left cracking up at the comedian’s comments, so probably just the right amount.
What a stand-up dude!