The comedian says she absolutely describes herself as a feminist, despite the label having negative connotations for some.
Amy Schumer has branded anyone who doesn’t call themselves a feminist an ‘insane person’. Speaking on BBC Newsnight, the US comedian said she’s very comfortable defining herself as a feminist, as the term just means a belief in equality of the sexes.
Amy Schumer is proud to call herself a feminist
“I think anyone who’s not a feminist is an insane person,” she told presenter Emily Maitlis. “I think they don’t know what feminism means. It just means equality for women but I think that word has a whole different meaning for different people.
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De Niro is the latest star to call out the Republican presidential candidate.
Oscar winner Robert De Niro has made his feelings about presidential candidate Donald Trump very clear. Speaking at the opening of the Sarajevo Film Festival on Friday, De Niro compared Trump to his character Travis Bickle from the 1976 film Taxi Driver.
Robert De Niro has compared Donald Trump to his Taxi Driver character Travis Bickle
During a Q&A session before presenting a restored version of the film, De Niro was asked about Bickle's mental illness and his thoughts immediately turned to Trump. "What he has been saying is totally crazy, ridiculous, stuff that shouldn't be even...he is totally nuts," De Niro said.
In an interview with Esquire, Eastwood claimed that Republican nominee Trump was a reaction against "political correctness".
Hollywood legend and high-profile Republican Party supporter Clint Eastwood has offered his two cents’ worth on the upcoming presidential campaign – telling people who have been offended by Donald Trump to “get over it”.
In a new interview with Esquire magazine alongside his son, Scott Eastwood, the 86 year old actor and director didn’t hold back as he castigated a “pussy generation” of Americans obsessed and petrified by political correctness when asked what he thought of Trump’s campaign.
Clint Eastwood believes Donald Trump represents a refreshing change from the "political correctness" of mainstream politics
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Bieber was reportedly asked to perform at a Republican event during the GOP Convention.
Justin Bieber was reportedly offered $5 million to play at a Republican party event earlier this month. The singer is said to have turned down the offer after longtime manager Scooter Braun threatened to quit if he accepted the gig.
Justin Bieber turned down $5 million to play at a Republican party event
According to TMZ, a promoter contacted Bieber’s people with the offer, asking him to perform for 45 minutes at a venue near the Quicken Loans Arena, where the Republican National Convention was being held.
Messing has been open about her support for Hillary Clinton and took comments by the country star as an endorsement of Trump.
‘Will and Grace’ star Debra Messing has apologised to country singer Blake Shelton for misconstruing some statements he made about the upcoming US election. Messing had implied Shelton was a supporter of Donald Trump and had even asked his girlfriend Gwen Stefani to “talk to your man.”
Debra Messing has apologised to Blake Shelton.
It all started after Shelton spoke to Billboard about presidential candidate Trump and how the Republican doesn't often hold back. "I'm not going to have the political conversation with you about Trump, or about Hillary Clinton,“ Shelton said.
Khloe joined other former ‘Celebrity Apprentice’ contestants on ‘Chelsea’ to discuss what it was really like working with the presidential candidate.
Khloe Kardashian has said she didn't want to do ‘Celebrity Apprentice’ in 2009 and only agreed to take part because mom Kris Jenner made her. Khloe was appearing on Chelsea Handler's Netflix talk show ‘Chelsea’, along with fellow ‘Celebrity Apprentice’ alumni Nene Leakes, Clay Aiken and Lisa Lampanelli, to discuss wether the public is seeing the real Trump during his campaign.
Khloe Kardashian didn't enjoy her time on 'Celebrity Apprentice'.
"I didn't care to do 'Celebrity Apprentice,'" Khloe said. ”My mom made me do it. I hated every minute of it. It is something I would never do. I was put in situations I would never be in in real life. I went to home school.”
A study at the University of Pennsylvania has found Potter readers are less likely to be Trump voters.
The comparison between Donald Trump and Lord Voldemort has been made many times in the run up to the US election, but a new study has shown that Harry Potter fans are indeed less likely to vote Trump.
Donald Trump could be vanquished by Harry Potter readers.
The study by Professor Diana Mutz of the University of Pennsylvania found that the more Harry Potter books an American reads, the more their opinion of Trump lowers. “Reading Harry Potter books encourages more negative attitudes toward Trump,” Mutz wrote.
Donald Trump's daughter Ivanka was interviewed by ABC's 'Good Morning America' ahead of the Republican National Convention.
With the Republican National Convention in full swing and Donald Trump about to accept the party’s nomination for presidential candidate, Ivanka Trump has admitted she’s sometimes concerned for her father’s safety.
The 34 year old businesswoman, who works for her father’s Trump Organisation, spoke to ABC's ‘Good Morning America’ in an interview broadcast on Tuesday (July 19th). In the wake of recent attempts by people to rush the stage when he is speaking, she said that she was often concerned for his physical safety at rallies.
“I worry about the safety of my father - but I worry about the safety of every American, including my children and myself, my family,” she said.
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He's just asking to be sued! Literally...
Some of the celebrities whose naked likenesses made an appearance in Kanye West's new 'Famous' video have actually spoken out to assure the public that they are not, in fact, in the video. Y'know, just in case you genuinely thought George Bush and Donald Trump would ever get naked in bed together. West is very surprised he's not been sued yet, but there's still time.
Kanye West is waiting to be faced with a lawsuit. Or two. Or three.
In fact, former President of the United States George W. Bush actually seemed quite relaxed about the whole thing, though he did want to point out that the lookalike or wax figure or whatever was used was not representative of his current physique. 'In case there was any doubt, that is not President Bush. He is in much better shape', a representative for the former President told TMZ.
Continue reading: Celebrities Respond To Kanye West's Controversial 'Famous' Video
The British comedian gave his thoughts on Brexit during an angry 10 minute on HBO’s ‘Last Week Tonight’.
British comedian John Oliver gave his thoughts on Britain's decision to leave the European Union last week, in an explicit rant on his HBO show ‘Last Week Tonight’. In his speech Oliver called out both David Cameron and Boris Johnson, while warning US viewers, “there are no f***ing do-overs.”
John Oliver has given a damming critique of the EU referendum result.
"Let us begin straight away with The United Kingdom, a place whose very name, after this week's events, is beginning to sound a bit sarcastic,” Oliver began. “Because the UK this week voted to leave the European Union, a decision that has shaken the world.
Continue reading: John Oliver Calls Out David Cameron And Boris Johnson During Brexit Rant
Donald Trump - Donald Trump attends his political rally for the presidency of the United States at Grumman studios in Bethpage at Grumman Studios - Bethpage, New York, United States - Wednesday 6th April 2016
A Donald Trump impersonator gestures - Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton speaks at a rally during a campaign event on Super Tuesday at Ice Palace Films Studio - Miami, Florida, United States - Tuesday 1st March 2016
Donald Trump - Republican presidential hopeful Donald Trump speaks at a campaign rally at the Trump National Doral Miami at Trump National Doral - Miami, Florida, United States - Friday 23rd October 2015
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14th June, 1946