We’re tracking the conservative culture clash with woke Hollywood hypocrites to keep you up to date on who’s winning and who we hate.
Here’s what happened today:
Not The Queen
After her 1994 holiday classic “All I Want For Christmas Is You” became the first song ever to top the Billboard 100 three times, singer Mariah Carey said doesn’t want to be referred to as “The Queen of Christmas” as she has been dubbed by fans.
“Can I just say that I did not create the title or the moniker ‘Queen of Christmas,’” Carey explained. “I did not do that. That was other people, and I just want to humbly say that I don’t consider myself that.”
She had an alternate suggestion for the person who should hold that title. “Let’s face it, you know, everybody’s faith is what it is. But to me, Mary is the Queen of Christmas,” she remarked.
Martha Stewart’s latest product offering is unique, to say the least. She’s hawking a $149 Christmas nativity set at the discounted rate of $119, and decoration went viral when she told TikTok the set is an exact replica of the one she made behind bars.
“If you’d like to give a real beautiful and special gift this Christmas with a little street cred,” she told viewers. “They’re all inspired by the set I made when I was confined.”
That’s right, Stewart is selling the arts and crafts she produced while spending five months in a federal prison camp for insider trading at the end of 2004. The set includes three camels, two shepherds, two ox, three wise men, an innkeeper, and the holy family, Jesus, Mary and Joseph.
“These still have my number on the bottom,” she noted while displaying her inmate number on a ceramic figure. “These are exact replicas of the nativity scene I made in pottery class when I was away at camp.”
The NHL halted their season from Dec. 22 through Dec. 27 due to COVID outbreak amongst more than 135 players.
Despite the league’s near 100% vaccination rate, players have gone down like dominos, and 45 games have had to be delayed in the last eight days. Teams are expected back at their facilities on Dec. 26, when players who test negative will be allowed to play the following day.
The NHL has also decided to pull their players out of the upcoming Olympics out of fear that their season schedule would not get completed if the league had to take another break from Feb. 6-22 for the Winter Games. The NHL will avoid being financially penalized for the withdrawal, as they have made the decision prior to the Jan. 10 deadline.
Indianapolis Colts’ star Ryan Kelly announced the death of his infant child on Dec. 17, after she was born prematurely at 19 weeks.
“Nothing made me happier than being your Dad. You gave your Mom and I that gift,” Kelly wrote in a social media post. “You were simply a miracle and always will be. I’m sorry you never got to open those sweet eyes and see us or take your first steps but you have angel wings now.
“You left this world too soon but we know God had a bigger purpose for you. Your mom and I find comfort knowing you’re being loved on by your great grandparents. Thank you for watching over us and your future siblings. I’ll forever wonder who you’d be today. Until we meet again my sweet girl, I love you.”
Kelly missed Sunday’s game against the Patriots that his team won 27-17. It is not known when he will return to the field.
NFL QB Aaron Rodgers made a powerful statement against cancel culture without saying a word. Durina a Tuesday appearance on the Pat McAfee show, the Green Bay Packers’ star rocked a black sweatshirt with the words “Cancel Culture” crossed out.
Rodgers shared his dissatisfaction surrounding the response to the pandemic on the show.
“The one frustration I have is that throughout all of this there hasn’t been any conversation about health. I don’t understand why society & the NFL hasn’t talked about legitimate Covid treatment options,” Rodgers said.
“Throughout this entire time, there hasn’t been real conversations around health…As far as giving people, you know, things to think about when it comes to how to be healthier, right, as far as your diet, vitamins, exercise and those kinds of things.”
"The one frustration I have is that throughout all of this there hasn't been any conversation about health. I don't understand why society & the NFL hasn't talked about legitimate Covid treatment options" ~@AaronRodgers12#PatMcAfeeShowLIVE pic.twitter.com/QtLaERUtn4
— Pat McAfee (@PatMcAfeeShow) December 21, 2021
“Wild Things” star Denise Richards was blasted by critics after refusing to wear a mask on a recent flight in favor of shielding her face with a winter coat.
“Anyone that is upset that I [am] not wearing a mask I’m hiding under a hoody amd [sic] a huge winter coat,” she posted on an Instagram story on Sunday. “Please. Thicker than any mask!!!!!!”
“When it comes to public health, you’re either a team player or you’re not. Denise Richards, well…” Wrote Perez Hilton.
“There seems to be no sign of intelligent life anywhere,” a fan tweeted alongside a gif of “Toy Story’s” Buzz Lightyear.