Sacha Baron Cohen tried to get O.J. Simpson to confess to murdering his ex-wife Nicole Brown on the season finale of "Who is America?" "Me and you, we got something in common," Cohen said in character as Gio Monaldo, the rich playboy host of a fake Italian TV show. "We both, how you say, 'ladykillers.'" Simpson laughed and said, "No, I didn't kill nobody." "Ah, I didn't either," Cohen's character replied. E! News reports the former "Borat" star repeatedly tried to get a confession from the former Buffalo Bills footballs tar, who was acquitted of murder in 1995. Cohen introduced Simpson as "an American hero and women's rights activist," but his fake girlfriend didn't recognize the guest even when she brought up his NFL career and "Naked Gun" movies. Cohen then made a stabbing gesture and she then recognized Simpson. "She knows that," Simpson said. "Oh, Jesus." Shortly after she left, Cohen joked about killing her. "She's gorgeous, but … [Read more...] about Sacha Baron Cohen tries to get OJ Simpson murder confession: ‘We’re both ladykillers’
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Kylie Jenner continues the grand opening celebration of Sugar Factory American Brasserie in Las Vegas at Fashion Show Mall on Apr. 23, 2017. (Judy Eddy/WENN.com) (WENN) — Kim Kardashian has defended her half-sister Kylie Jenner after Forbes magazine was slammed for describing her as a “self-made billionaire.” Kylie, 20, starred on Forbes' cover and landed a spot on its yearly rich list after it was estimated her Kylie Cosmetics make-up empire, famous for its Lip Kits, is worth $900 million. The magazine dubbed her one of “the 60 richest self-made women,” but the accolade drew criticism after many claimed the mom-of-one came from too much privilege to own the title. "I really didn’t get it, because she is 'self-made' - we are all 'self-made'," Kim said of Kylie in an interview with Refinery29. "What, because we came from a family that has had success? To me, that doesn’t really make sense... I know so many people like that (who) … [Read more...] about Kim Kardashian insists Kylie Jenner is ‘self-made’
opinion Kevin S. Aldridge Cincinnati Enquirer Opinion Published 9:42 p.m. UTC Jun 28, 2018 Jeff Ruby knows a thing or two about tossing famous people out of restaurants. That's why I figured the restaurateur, famed for refusing to serve O.J. Simpson during Kentucky Derby festivities in 2007, would be the perfect person to ask about White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders getting bounced from a Virginia restaurant over the weekend. "She got OJ'ed," Ruby said. That's a phrase he coined after the Simpson encounter to describe when a restaurant refuses to serve someone. Ruby said the owner of the Red Hen restaurant, Stephanie Wilkinson, was well within her rights to deny Sanders service, but their motivations weren’t the same. "This (Sanders situation) was about politics. O.J. had nothing to do with politics," Ruby said, noting Sanders was asked to leave the Red Hen because of her connection to President Donald Trump. While Ruby doesn't consider what … [Read more...] about He kicked out O.J. Simpson, banned Donald Trump from his restaurant. But what about Sarah Sanders?
By Christi Carras, Variety.com LOS ANGELES — School may be out for summer, but that doesn’t mean the learning has to end. Documentary series have the rare ability to make hard facts fascinating by constructing enticing visual narratives around real-world phenomena. From Oscar-winning crime documentaries like “O.J. Simpson: Made in America” to the environmental enigmas of BBC’s reboot of “Blue Planet,” documentaries on various streaming services are patiently waiting to entertain and educate viewers about the some of the world’s most mystifying circumstances. Take a look below at the list of docu-series to stream this summer. The Staircase Netflix’s “The Staircase” explores the mystery behind American novelist Michael Peterson, who was charged with murdering his wife, Kathleen Peterson, in 2003 after police found her dead body at the foot of a staircase in their house. Michael Peterson was granted a new trial in 2017, … [Read more...] about The Best Docu-Series to Stream This Summer
1. HL Group Last Year’s List: N/A Employees: N/A Leadership: Hamilton South and Lynn Tesoro, founding partners Revenue: N/A Founded: 2001 Momentum, ambition and the guts to back it up make HL Group our agency of the year. A longtime giant in fashion and luxury PR, HL has transcended those roots to become a generalist firm on steroids—a force in corporate, tech, lifestyle, crisis and even brand strategy. Versatility’s key: the roster here runs from Barbie to aviation giant Embraer, with blue chips like Google Music, American Airlines, Expedia, Crate & Barrel, Diane von Furstenberg and many, many more in between. Next up: A move across the pond, as founding partners Lynn Tesoro and Hamilton South eye London. Bonus: HL’s new Madison Ave. space is in the old Condé Nast offices—where South once toiled at Vanity Fair. HL Group 2. Rubenstein Last Year’s List: 3 Employees: 190 Leadership: Howard Rubenstein, founder and chairman; Steven … [Read more...] about The 50 Most Powerful Public Relations Firms in America