Sarah Cooper, the comedian who went viral this year on TikTok and Twitter for her political satire videos impersonating Donald Trump, is getting her own comedy special on Netflix.
While Sarah Cooper has been pursuing comedy full time since 2014 and has published several books, the comedian blew up on social media earlier this year when she began sharing political satire videos of her impersonating Donald Trump by lip-syncing to his speeches.
Cooper’s videos have racked in millions of views across various platforms, including Instagram, TikTok, Twitter, and YouTube.
Her first viral video, “How to Medical,” has amassed over 22 million views on Twitter.
In recent years, it’s become common for content creators who go viral on platforms like TikTok and YouTube to go on to ink lucrative deals with big tech and entertainment companies or merch partners.
Oh, and the presidential election has been whittled down to just two candidates, with “Uncle Bernie,” Cardi’s nickname for Sanders, having conceded to former vice president Joe Biden in April.
Officers sent Palmer to the hospital despite knowing Breonna’s body remained in her home; she told Cardi and the other celebs on the call that the police gave her the runaround for hours when she asked questions about Breonna’s fate.
After participating in a call that gun control advocate Tamika Mallory arranged with Breonna Taylor’s mom, Tamika Palmer, and other celebrities, Cardi became wholly invested in the wrongful death of the 26-year-old Black EMT, who was fatally shot eight times in her home by plainclothes police officers in Louisville, Kentucky.
Whether imploring fellow celebrities and influencers in unprompted Instagram videos to use their platforms to speak out against President Donald Trump’s draconian rule, or expressing her infatuation with the New Deal in a 2018 GQ interview, Cardi never minces words.
It feels like a lifetime ago, given the breakneck pace of the news and the steady erosion of our political system, but it has only been a year since rap lightning rod Cardi B sat down with Democratic presidential hopeful Senator Bernie Sanders in a Detroit nail salon in the summer of 2019.
Then, a week before the episode were set to air, executives all the way up to then-CEO Bob Iger reportedly expressed concerns over alienating audiences, with Iger speaking to Barris about the “political sensitivities of being a broadcast network in 2018.”
Both Disney executives and Barris’ team were on board with the episode — a high profile production that cost more than $3 million and had talent like Spike Lee attached.
“I cannot wait for everyone to finally see the episode for themselves and, as was the case nearly three years ago, we hope it inspires some much-needed conversation — not only about what we were grappling with then or how it led to where we are now, but conversations about where we want our country to go moving forward and, most importantly, how we get there together,” Barris wrote in his statement.
In November 2017, Black-ish creator Kenya Barris wrote an episode of his Emmy-award winning ABC comedy titled “Please, Baby, Please” that tackled racism in America, ranging from the Charlottesville protests to kneeling in the NFL.
The network suggested Barris and his team make edits to the episode, but “it wasn’t as easy as a nip here or a tuck there, and the sheer tonnage of anti-Trump material rippling through the episode ultimately made the exercise futile,” according to the Reporter.
Pokdepinion: I would seriously consider getting an Xbox Series X only if Microsoft made it officially available in Malaysia.
Sony has outsold Microsoft in the gaming console department in every generation thus far, so it wouldn’t be a surprise to see the PS5 do the same against the Xbox Series X. However, this might just be the fiercest competition we’ve seen yet, and both platforms aren’t even out yet.
The reason for this is that according to their data, there is heavier consumer brand preference for the PlayStation, which Microsoft can’t really do much about with their Xbox gaming brand.
According to games industry research firm DFC Intelligence based on their forecast data until the year 2024, the PS5 will likely outsell the Xbox Series X by roughly twofold.
As many of you may know by now, the PS5 and Xbox Series X will be coming out later this year in Holiday 2020, most likely in November.
By Jonathan Lemire | Associated Press BRIDGEWATER, N.J. — President Donald Trump’s end run around Congress on coronavirus relief is raising questions about whether it would give Americans the economic lifeline he claims and appears certain to face legal challenges.
After negotiations with lawmakers on the next package of pandemic economic assistance hit a wall, Trump used what he said were the inherent powers of the presidency to forge ahead on tax and spending policy that Congress says it is granted by the asserted he had the authority to defer payroll taxes and extend an expired unemployment benefit, although at a lower amount than what the jobless had been getting during the crisis.
But the orders appeared to carry less weight than Trump promoted and cut federal relief spending by shifting more onto the shoulders of struggling states.
Trump’s top economic adviser, Larry Kudlow, struggled during a television interview Sunday to clearly explain the specifics of his boss’s order on unemployment aid.
Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said the $100 share from states would come from an earlier pool of federal money and that Trump may waive the requirement about how it can be used.
Kornegay said offshore operators have said the U.S. presidential election is “by far” their most popular bet, handling 10 times the amount of wagers as the Super Bowl, which earned Nevada’s 190 books $18.8 million in February.
Kornegay has seen Nevada sports betting regulations ease in recent years — allowing bets on MVP picks, for example — but believes certain rules can be further relaxed.
Sportsbook operators can get permission to offer wagers not laid out in the statutes, but they must be approved by the Nevada Control Board.
Spend from bettors in legal states on illegal bookies dropped 25 percent last year but grew 3 percent for illegal, offshore online sportsbooks, according to a July AGA report.
Kornegay expects to see restrictions loosen up down the road, but Alamo said some of the bets found offshore probably will never make it to legal sportsbooks in Nevada.
WWE will reportedly host another draft in October, and these five Raw stars must move to SmackDown.
In previous years, the WWE Superstar Shakeup—essentially a lesser version of the draft—had been a big ratings hit for the company, but that didn’t hold true last year when viewership dropped significantly for both Raw and SmackDown.
(Credit: John Palmer/ MediaPunch/IPX) John Palmer/MediaPunch/IPx Brock Lesnar made a brief move to SmackDown last fall for the blue brand’s debut on FOX in what was a clear attempt to ensure a strong rating for the FOX premiere, but within a blink of an eye, “The Beast” was back on Raw permanently.
Perhaps just as important, Lesnar—even as a part-timer—has been a staple of Raw since returning to WWE in 2012, with very few appearances on SmackDown, and is due not only for a change in scenery but for a slate of new potential feuds and storylines.
(Credit: FAYEZ NURELDINE/AFP via Getty Images) AFP via Getty Images Once hanging by a thread on Raw, Bobby Lashley’s WWE career has new life thanks to his recent push and alignment with MVP and The Hurt Business, but the former Bellator star clearly hit a wall on the red brand.
Tired: Pierce from Community NBC Pierce is sexist, racist, homophobic, and offensive, and he almost ruined the show for me until his departure.
Tired: Jeff from Community NBC I know the show's not trying to present Jeff as a good guy and that he does improve over the course of the show, but honestly I'm a little tired of the whole "narcissistic dick pursues girl who doesn't want him because he's a narcissistic dick" storyline.
Tired: Jack Lemmon from 30 Rock NBC Well-meaning-yet-sexist boss is already far too much of a trope in real life for it to be entertaining for so many years onscreen.
Wired: Jason from The Good Place NBC Jason is one of my favorite characters on modern television.
Wired: Nick from New Girl Fox Now, Nick from the first few seasons is certainly not stable or in any way a role model, but he's still a genuinely good guy.
Ambler’s last moments alive were captured on police body camera footage as well as footage from the crew from A&E’s reality show “Live PD.”
Dick has also identified at least five other cases where the Williamson County sheriff’s office used excessive force while cameras were rolling for Live PD.
Williamson County District Attorney Shawn Dick was among many people involved with the case who felt that Watsky could have been arrested peacefully when he was in court less than four hours before the raid.
In one case, the Williamson County Sheriff’s Office in Texas is being accused of intentionally passing up an opportunity to arrest their suspect, Asher Watsky, while he was in court, just so they could raid his home for the television cameras a few hours later.
Authored By John Vibes Via The Libertarian Institute, The controversial reality TV show “Live PD” was recently taken off the air, as the country is beginning to rethink its relationship with police, and how they are being portrayed in the media.
The more extreme version of this category involves the person looking slightly like a serial killer, with extreme close-up photos, no smiling and the impression that they have the personality of a dead fish.
THE ‘I’M JUST OUT OF A RELATIONSHIP PASSIVE AND ANGRY’ GUY This one is easy to spot, and their profiles will be quickly screenshot and sent to your favourite WhatsApp group with the caption ‘LOL WTF?!’
Just last week I went on a date with a guy who said he was Scottish, worked in finance, was 6ft and appeared to have no kids or former marriage.
Here are just some of the ones I have collated from my own experience … THE 5FT 10IN GUY He’s not.
THE GUY WITH THE SAME GIRL IN EVERY SHOT This is the couple looking to get frisky with a third person.
Posted on Aug 4, 2020 Selena Gomez Shared When Her Beauty Line Is Dropping, And I'm Going To Need All Of The Products "Come Get It."
At the time, she simply said that the line would be coming this summer.
Mark your calendars because Rare Beauty is coming to Sephora and is going to be available at RareBeauty.com on Sept. 3!
She also opened up about her intentions for the line in a video for Rare Beauty, which she says is for "any girl, woman, boy, whoever," and is something that can help them "feel beautiful just exactly how they are."
Selena has been previewing the makeup on Instagram and wore it in her "Boyfriend" video.
Season 2 of Love on the Spectrum is already underway, and though the original cast members have become beloved, next season will follow a brand new cast of young adults searching for love or romance.
The stars of the show also reflected on their experiences filming Love on The Spectrum, and how it changed their lives.
In the short, pseudo-reunion episode released on Monday, Aug. 3, Love on the Spectrum stars Ruth and Thomas announced that, since their time filming the show, they had officially tied the knot and achieved thleir longtime goal of moving to a new place.
The update came with a few exciting announcements from the cast — including news of Ruth and Thomas' wedding and Maddi's first job at a doggie daycare.
Just a few weeks after the show's premiere on Netflix, the Love on the Spectrum cast reunited for a special update video, telling fans what the stars of the reality series have been up to since they stopped filming.
MORE LIKE THIS Sky Q and Virgin Media subscribers to lose out on 3 popular channels That's something that Sky Q owners who have already been updated to the new design seemingly aren't very happy about.
The Smart Button on Sky Q can cycle between Continue, Delete, Watch from the Start, or Play The Next Episode – all based on what you last watched.
To make room for the much larger artwork, Sky has pushed the card-like previews of each episode in a television show much further down the user interface.
Sky has tweaked almost every aspect of its Sky Q software, which now has a greater emphasis on artwork from television shows and movies – similar to what you see on streaming platforms like Netflix, Amazon's Prime Video and Apple TV.
Sky Q’s voice search – which has been given top-billing in the latest redesign of the Sky Q remote control – will now let you ask for themes and genres, alongside actors.
Scream is not the only 90’s series getting Cox’s attention.
“We can’t imagine Scream without the iconic Gale Weathers and are so incredibly thrilled and humbled to have the opportunity to work with Courtney,” said directing duo Matt Bettinelli-Olpin and Tyler Gillett in a press release.
Cox announced the news on Instagram by sharing an image of the movie’s Ghostface mask.
It’s been nine years but the old gang is getting back together as Scream 5 has confirmed another original cast member — Courtney Cox will return.
The 55-year-old recently said she had been binge-watching Friends and admitted on the Jimmy Kimmel show she had very few specific memories of her time of the show.
Lisa O'Connor/AFP via Getty Images Lisa O'Connor/AFP via Getty Images Ramy Youssef says he wanted make a TV show about his own life in New Jersey because he didn't want the only Muslims on TV to be the terrorists on Homeland ... so now we know Muslims can also be sexually confused Millennials who keep making terrible life choices!
Youssef won a Golden Globe for the first season, and now has been nominated for multiple Emmys for Season 2.
Since Youssef is from New Jersey, we've invited him to play a game called "Say hello to this new jersey" — three questions about sports jerseys.
His father, the elder Murdoch, has been executive chairman of News Corp since 2013 after the company was separated from 21st Century Fox, and is the chairman of Fox Corp, which operates Fox News, Fox Sports, Fox Entertainment and Fox television stations.
News Corp's brands include Australian publications the Australian, the Daily Telegraph, the Sunday Telegraph, and US publishers such as Dow Jones, which includes the Wall Street Journal, and the New York Post.
"My resignation is due to disagreements over certain editorial content published by the Company's news outlets and certain other strategic decisions," his brief resignation letter reads.
James Murdoch, former chief executive of 21st Century Fox and son of Rupert Murdoch, has resigned from the News Corp board of directors because of "disagreements over certain editorial content" published by the company's news outlets.
James' brother Lachlan Murdoch is the executive chairman and CEO of Fox Corp.