Wendy Williams: Hot Topics
Get ready to dish hot topics with Wendy Williams on March 12 2013! Anything’s on the table when she gives her take on the hottest news stories in the country. Here are some that I hope she touches on.
Team Taylor vs Team Amy/Tina: You don’t get to sit in the middle, you must pick a side. Taylor Swift may have felt attacked by Tina Fey at the Golden Globes, but she sure has waited a long time to say anything. She opened up to Vanity Fair about the comments made at the award show and said that there is a special place for women that don’t help other women. Seeing as how it put her name in the spotlight, I’d say it helped her in some aspect. Tina and Amy have brushed off her words and focused on more important things. Personally, I’m boycotting Taylor Swift music until she apologizes.
Oz the Great and Powerful: While I haven’t seen the film yet, I’m sure Wendy got a screener. The film made $80 million it’s first weekend out. I just want to know her take on the cast. Was James Franco everything we want Oz to be or did Zach Braff steal the show as the adorable flying monkey?
The Bachelor Finale: Surely Wendy caught the finale last night. It sounds like it was a real fight for Sean Lowe’s love, but how long will it last? These romances have a high rate of failure, and that failure is usually a spectacular crash and burn. Fireworks go off when they kiss and then shoot out of the girl’s eyes when they break up.
Wendy Williams: Gloria Reuben
Gloria Reuben had a role alongside Oscar winner Daniel Day Lewis in Lincoln, the movie no one can stop talking about. Now she’s with some much funnier people, Tina Fey and Paul Rudd. Admission is the story of a borderline spinster admissions officer, Tina Fey, who meets a match in the charming high school representative, Paul Rudd. Reuben said she had a lot of fun working with Fey.
Wendy Williams: Dee Snider All-Star Celebrity Apprentice
Donald Trump isn’t afraid to shout “You’re Fired!” but every once in a while, he hates to. He told Dee Snider that he didn’t want to fire him, but he had to go. As team leader, Snider took the credit for a failed challenge. Personally, I’m shocked that it was between Snider and Gary Busey and Trump let Busey stay. Maybe he just likes the way his reflection looks in Busey’s teeth. Snider will tell Wendy all about the process and what this means for his charity on March 12 2013.