TV Posts Tagged as 'Celebrity'
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Academy Awards (2020)
The Academy figured out that diversity comes in more than one color.
The "Parasite"s snared it.
Eminem was an unnecessary surprise, stirring thoughts of homophobia, sexism and racial encroachment whilst being lauded and absolved.
I'd be "right" if Olivia Colman hosted the Oscars. She's toolshed hilarious (handy but sharp.) The show feels lonely without a parent to supervise it.
The musical numbers were welcome, the star pairings were amusing and the show knew when to wrap it up. 10-Feb-2020
American Music Awards (2019)
I have no words... 25-Nov-2019
Emmy Awards (2019)
I tuned in as radio while I prepared dinner. I missed the first hour because there was important wine to drink but I tuned at the beginning of the second. Almost everything I hated won. Hollywood creates realistic art but has trouble appearing realistic. Billy added flair and Halsey held my attention, everything else was soap. We need to be convinced that human representation isn't a part-time job. Being politically correct has made everyone boring. The host wasn't the problem. 22-Sep-2019
I watched pretty boys struggling to exploit themselves on social media for no tangible life reward with trepidation and confusion because I thought there'd be no commonality. The pursuit consists of laidback and fellow conjured positivity with little talent to catapult the boys forward. The doc's reach is distant but youth has a way of conveying the limitations that life deposits on them. Once realization hits and catechism results, the age difference intertwines and you realize it's a lifelong struggle. It actually prompted me.
PS: The girls will never wreck if they keep fainting for "pretty boy face." 28-Aug-2019
Mexican Dynasties (2019-)
The art of ham is served on a silver platter, familial hypocrisy has a high calorie intake and favoritism is hard to digest. The adults exist in a bubble that exalts the brand and disallows their children a future comparison. The countenances and speak of the babies is where the truth lives. 24-Aug-2019
Leah Remini: It's All Relative (2014-)
Like family... they grate and they charm. Leah cuts through the reality bullshit by being self aware and droll. It's funnier than Kevin Can Wait and daddies are on squish patrol. The accents and sentimentality stay past its short run. I miss them. 12-Jul-2019
Still Laugh-In: The Stars Celebrate (2019)
The nostalgia is cute and the new lets me snort for a bit but I don't understand what the celebration is about. There was no added description of the show past its pencil drawings. I was there and I still don't get it. 30-May-2019
Teddy Pendegrass: If You Don't Me (2019)
I found out more about the man, re-grooved to the music and applauded his life and talent. 19-Mar-2019
Leaving Neverland (2019)
Art should never trump an act of inhumanity. The family poured what's left of their hearts and it reverberated. 09-Mar-2019
My best friend for life exited mine (15 years ago) because she couldn't distinguish between Michael Jackson's pederast and my gay. To her, it was one and the same. I argued the difference and reiterated that I was a twink devoted to daddies but she couldn't deem me a viable role model for her children whom I rarely ever saw. It's a mother's prerogative to protect her children and for me to move on.
I was being compared to my hero but in his worst light. MJ ruined innocence and the beauty of mentoring kids because fandom is support for the man's inclinations. He insults me.
I was one of these kids who kept believing in magic even while it burned. 04-Mar-2019