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:
On The Mend
“Law & Order: Special Victims Unit” star Mariska Hargitay revealed she suffered multiple injuries on Wednesday. “#ThatFeelingWhen, you go to the doctor, get an MRI and find out that you have a broken knee, a hairline fracture in your ankle, and a torn ligament. It’s always a good idea to go to the doctor. Immediately,” she posted to Instagram.
She reported that her injuries did not require surgery and the injuries weren’t a result of filming.
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“Frida” star Salma Hayek revealed that she almost died from COVID-19 early on in the pandemic. “My doctor begged me to go to the hospital because it was so bad,” she commented. “I said, ‘No, thank you. I’d rather die at home.’”
Hayek had to be put on oxygen and was forced to quarantine away from her family for seven weeks.
One day before her 75th birthday, singer Cher tweeted that her life story is getting the biopic treatment. “Mama Mia!” duo Judy Craymer and Gary Goetzman will produce, and “Forrest Gump” writer Eric Roth will pen the script, which will reportedly span decades.
“Flack” star Anna Paquin incurred social media backlash after posting, “I’m a #proudbisexual who is married to a wonderful human who happens to be a man.” Her husband is “True Blood” co-star Stephen Moyer. “If he doesn’t have a problem with it, why should anyone else?”
One user replied, “I am getting tired of seeing ‘bi’ celebrities constantly advocate for it only to end up conventionally married to men with multiple children, living out the so-called white-picket-fence life.” Paquin shot back, “Ah yes … the ‘you aren’t queer enough’ BS.”
“The O.C.” actress Mischa Barton said she departed the hit show in 2006 due to bullying. “There were people on that set that were very mean to me,” Barton explained. “It wasn’t, like, the most ideal environment for a young, sensitive girl who’s also been thrust into stardom to have to put up with,” she revealed. “And sort of general bullying from some of the men on set that kind of felt really s—.”
“But, you know, I also loved the show and had to build up my own walls and ways of getting around dealing with that and the fame that was thrust specifically at me,” Barton went on. “Just dealing with like the amount of invasion I was having in my personal life, I just felt very unprotected, I guess is the best way to put it.”
Prince Charles and Prince William are reportedly “livid” after Prince Harry accused Charles of inflicting “pain and suffering” on him and saying he felt like he lived in “The Truman Show” while living as royal.
“It definitely hasn’t helped with healing the rift,” a royal insider claims. “They feel it was thoughtless and irresponsible of Harry to once again shade The Firm so soon after Prince Philip’s death, while the queen is still mourning the death of her husband.”