Harvey Weinstein Stiffed Planned Parenthood With No Dough For $100,000 Painting

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Harvey Weinstein Stiffed Planned Parenthood With No Dough For $100,000 Painting

Scumbag Harvey Weinstein has more in common with Donald Trump every day. Harvey was center stage, pledging $100,000 for a Cecily Brown paining at Planned Parenthood's 100th anniversary May 2017 gala in New York -- with Hillary Clinton as the honored guest.

Like Trump, Harvey gets his big butt in the photo ops and claims the headline but never delivers the dough. What a disgrace!

PP is working to find a new home for the painting at Weinstein's bid. I'll bet I know who that person is -- someone criticized by the Bernie women behind the Detroit women's conference -- for her white privilege, even though she is devoted for decades to art education and classes for America's poor, inner-city children and now prison reform. I'll tell you --whether I'm right or wrong.

Jane Fonda Has a Fierce Tongue On Trumplandia For Town & Country November 2017

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Jane Fonda Has a Fierce Tongue On Trumplandia For Town & Country November 2017

Helen Mirren, 72, appeared on the cover of Allure's September 2017 issue, calling for an end to the term 'anti-aging'. " . . . we know we're getting older," L'Oréal's face added to the dialogue. :You just want to look and feel as great as you can on a daily basis." 

Now Jane Fonda, 79 and a L'Oreal spokesperson since 2014, has joined the natural trend, covering the November 2017 issue of Town & Country. Fonda launches into a blistering interview with Brooks Barnes, the day after President Trump's ad-libbed 'fire and fury' threat toward North Korea. 

“I’m almost 80, and so to say that I’ve never experienced this kind of nightmare before in my life is saying something,” the 'Frankie & Johnny' Netflix star tells Barnes. They talk about Trump for a few minutes before the interviewer steers the conversation to Fonda's "latest career resurgence."

“Who gives a rat’s ass?” Fonda exclaims, leaving Barnes off-kilter. “Oh, I’m sorry,” Fonda replies. “It’s just that, with everything going on in the world, our country, it’s really hard to talk about myself or entertainment right now.”

In a nutshell, this is Jane Fonda for her entire life. 

Michelle Pfeiffer Returns To The Hollywood Express In Bjorn Iooss Images For The Edit Oct. 12, 2017

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Michelle Pfeiffer Returns To The Hollywood Express In Bjorn Iooss Images For The Edit Oct. 12, 2017

Hollywood star Michelle Pfeiffer has returned to the Hollywood spotlight at age 59. The actor took a five-year hiatus from Hollywood, making a conscious choice not work work and prioritize her family.  Pfeiffer stars in the remake of 'Murder On The Orient Express', joining forces with Johnny Depp, Penelope Cruz, Judi Dench, Olivia Coleman, and Josh Gad. Read the interview. 

Michelle Pfeiffer tells her story of social anxiety on and off the set, styled by Tracy Taylor in 'The Simple Life'. Photographer Bjorn Iooss is behind the lens for The Edit Magazine October 12, 2017./ Hair by Richard Marin; makeup by Brigitte Reiss-Andersen

Will NY Sen. Kirstin Gillibrand Succeed Where Hillary Failed? Vogue US Makes A Strong Case For Hope

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Will NY Sen. Kirstin Gillibrand Succeed Where Hillary Failed? Vogue US Makes A Strong Case For Hope

Watching Bernie or bust progressives trying to malign the reputation of New York Senator Kirsten Gillibrand is a distressing experience, in the aftermath of Hillary Clinton's defeat in the 2016 presidential campaign.  To me, Gillibrand's record is sound as a progressive, even if she does hail from Troy, New York and a more conservative zone in the liberal state. 

Gillibrand says 'calm down', that she has been recognized more in the last six months than in the entire eight years since being appointed to fill Hillary Clinton's New York State Senate seat.  "I'm not sure what it is," the mother of two boys tells Jonathan Van Meter in her Vogue November 2017 interview. "Maybe it's just seeped in more."

It's easy enough to jump to Gillibrand's 2017 record of voting against Trump's Cabinet appointees more often than any other senator and her vocal condemnation of his record on Charlottesville and his transgender military ban. Note that Gillibrand sits on the powerful Armed Services committee and has been an outspoken advocate against sexual violence in the military. 

What gets my attention are Van Meter's observations over several days is Republican women coming up to Gillibrand. This is not a surprise, with the senator's home district being two to one Republican. 

Eye: Cara Delevingne Adds Her Name To Exploding List Of Hollywood's Weinstein Women

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Cara Delevingne Adds Her Name To Exploding List Of Hollywood's Weinstein Women

Actor, talent and model Cara Delevingne has added her name to the list of Harvey Weinstein accusers. Delevingne's story follows a rush of events too many to enumerate. Highlights include the decision of Weinstein's wife and Marchesa founder Georgina Chapman to separate from the beseiged Hollywood producer; and allegations against Weinstein by Lea Seydoux, Gwyneth Paltrow and Angelina Jolie. 

Delevigne shared her story on Instagram with a photo reading: "Don't be ashamed of your story it will inspire others."

Megyn Kelly 'Today' Show Ratings Are Down 32% Against Last Year's Timeslot

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“Not only are ratings plummeting since Megyn Kelly joined the ‘Today’ franchise, but the numbers show Kelly’s lead-in has also affected Kathie Lee [Gifford] and Hoda Kotb’s show, which follows straight afterwards,” a source told Page Six

Kelly's hour of 'Today' is down 32% compared to a year ago. And 'Kathie Lee & Hoda' is down 26%.