LATEST: Troubled GREY'S ANATOMY star Isaiah Washington has sacked his longtime publicist in the midst of his public relations crisis.
Washington is facing a public backlash after making comments in the Golden Globes press room last week (15JAN07), denying he made derogatory comments towards co-star TR KNIGHT.
According to TVGuide.com, the actor has hired publicists ALLEN MAYER and KELLY MULLENS, who are crisis management experts.
Mayer has done damage control for clients including R Kelly, Tommy Lee and comedian Paula Poundstone.
Washington has issued a public apology and agreed to meet with members of the Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD).
Like The Aristocrats' Paul Provenza, Solomita is also a comedian who figured he'd take a stab at directing a documentary, and for his topic he figured he'd pick, well, himself and his pals from Boston. According to Solomita, at the time, there was no comedy scene anywhere in the country except for L.A. and New York (pity Chicago's Second City, founded in 1959, which merits no mention here at all). But thanks to a Chinese restaurant in Boston, good old Beantown got on the map as a comedy venue, too.
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American comedienne Paula Poundstone has offered trouble pop singer MICHAEL JACKSON support - by promising never to ridicule his current legal entanglements.
Poundstone - who was convicted of child endangerment in 2001 and saw a charge of lewd conduct towards a child under 14 dropped - is concerned at how quickly people make their minds up about celebrity court cases.
And Paula is happier concentrating on her own life when making jokey observations, because she has no intention of causing more misery to the THRILLER superstar.
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