Christie Brinkley sat down with Matt Lauer on the Today Show Tuesday morning, in what was supposed to be a chat about her recurring role as Roxie Hart in Chicago.
The conversation started on a heavy note, as Christie discussed her FOUR YEAR long "character assassination" and divorce drama with estranged ex husband Peter Cook, but as the interview continued she couldn't help but break down in tears.
Jon Stewart recently revealed that despite many of his fans and supporters wishing otherwise, he has no desire to run for public office!
"I deny that I am powerful. Power implies an agenda that's being acted on. Every generation has had its people who stand at the back and make fun of those in charge. When the Nazis came to power in the '30s, it created an incredible underground scene of satirical comedy. Peter Cook [a British comedian] once said with a straight face, 'Yes, they really showed Hitler.' That's how I see it. I'm not saying I'm powerless and in a vacuum. But if I really wanted to change things, I'd run for office. I haven't considered that, and I wouldn't — because this is what I do well. The more I move away from comedy, the less competent I become. I would lose my mind almost immediately. My job is I make jokes. I don't solve problems. If my job became solving problems, I would suddenly become a lot less good at what I do, unless the problem being had by the country was a lack of jokes."
We don't think he gives himself enough credit, but we can certainly understand why he would want to steer clear of that career change!
Oh well! As long as he keeps up the HIGHlarious commentary on our country's leaders doing dumbass shiz, we'll be satisfied!
"Why would anyone want to buy a weddingdress from someone who has failed at marriage four times? That would be like choosing the 1976 winless tampa bay bucaneeers as your ultimate fantasy football team. That would be like taking investment tips from Bernie Madoff! I suggest that anyone who buys that dress and wants to have a happy marriage, burn it immediately!"
Wow. Sounds like someone still has some lingering issues to sort out.
But really, who cares? The dress is being auctioned off for charity!
Ever since Love Actually came out in 2003, Hollywood has been trying desperately to recreate its magic with ensemble cast movies set over different holidays... and by "Hollywood," we actually just mean director Garry Marshall.
First the 81-year-old had Valentine's Day, then it was New Year's Eve, but Mother's Day may actually be his worst movie yet!