Jeremy Renner has a very passionate fanbase. Like, Twihard-level passionate. Last March, I wrote about his new app, mostly because I was genuinely befuddled about a need for a Jeremy Renner app. What an innocent time. What I didn’t (and couldn’t) know then was that the app would descend into civil war with several factions fighting for access, contests and “boosts” with accusations of bullying, censorship and contest rigging. For more, I highly recommend Kate Knibbs, who bravely dived into a pool Rennerinos for this story in The Ringer.
Charlyne Yi Tweeted about an encounter she had with David Cross (Amber Tamblyn’s husband) 10 years ago. Here’s the thing: David Cross was already comedy-famous, so I understand why he might not fully remember the initial meeting. And on the flip side, I understand why Charlyne would remember every moment of it. Think about being 20 and meeting someone in your field, someone well-respected and successful, and that person makes fun of your clothing. Or makes a comment about your race and uses a fake, stereotypical accent. That sticks.
I think about the first time I met David Cross ten years ago & he made fun of my pants (that were tattered because I was poor). Dumbfounded I stared at him speechless and he said to me "what's a matter? You don't speak English?? Ching-chong-ching-chong".— Charlyne Yi (@charlyne_yi) October 16, 2017
Then after he saw I was offended he asked me if I was going to fight with him karate in a southern accent. Then a few years later he was re-introduced to me after my comedy show with his girlfriend at the time & he said "Hi nice to meet you".— Charlyne Yi (@charlyne_yi) October 16, 2017
HOWEVER it is very uncool that a 40+ man was being racist towards me, being a young 20 year old woman who was clearly on the verge of tears from his first racist comment.— Charlyne Yi (@charlyne_yi) October 16, 2017
Charlene, i dont remember this at all! It's bonkers to me and WAY, way out of character. DM me so I can understand all of this.— )))David Cross((( (@davidcrosss) October 17, 2017
About Beyoncé’s bag: it’s Alexander Wang x Judith Liber. Only 20 were made and at $5 grand, quickly sold out. Obviously this is a prestige purchase and that isn’t meant to be practical, but this is particularly unusable because it looks like it wouldn’t fit a phone. With 3 kids at home, Bey definitely wouldn’t go out without a phone, so she’d have to have her assistant carry it. Is that Sam Greenberg? Is she still her assistant?
What better way to celebrate a night when children go door-to-door asking strangers for candy than a Michael Jackson musical.
Get ready to go on an unexpected, magical adventure in the animated special Michael Jackson's Halloween on Friday, Oct. 27 at 8/7c on CBS. pic.twitter.com/ExuIOtBY57— CBS (@CBS) October 18, 2017