Wednesday Update: Rose McGowan Slams Oprah For Harvey Weinstein Friendship, The Rock Reacts To Viral Doppelganger, Sarah Paulson Regrets Wearing Fat Suit To Play Linda Tripp

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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:


“Charmed” actress Rose McGowan blasted Oprah Winfrey for being “as fake as they come,” in a new tweet.

McGowan said she was happy that the public was “seeing the ugly truth” about the billionaire tv host, regarding her friendship with disgraced Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein.

“She is about supporting a sick power structure for personal gain, she is fake as they come, noting how Winfrey is also connected to record executive Russell Simmons who has been accused of rape and sexual misconduct by multiple women.

Winfrey recused herself as executive producer of Simmons’ #MeToo documentary it “became clear” that she and the filmmakers were not aligned in their creative vision.

“I want it to be known that I unequivocally believe and support the women,” she remarked in a statement. “Their stories deserve to be told and heard.”


A lookalike of “The Rock” has risen to TikTok fame and gained the attention of his famous counterpart. “Oh s—t! Wow,” Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson said in reaction to a viral video that featured a side-by-side of him and Morgan County, Ala. Sheriff’s lieutenant Justin Fields. “The guy on the left is way cooler,” he remarked about the law enforcement official.

Fields, who commented that it’s been a running joke that he closely resembles the “Jungle Cruise” star, is using his new found fame to raise funds for a co-worker who was recently diagnosed with ALS.

“I’m not saying we need a bunch of money, but prayers and support… would mean everything,” he said in an interview. The GoFundMe for his fellow officer has raised $8,000 of it’s $35,000 goal with the help of Fields’ viral video.

“Stay safe brother and thank you for your service,” The Rock wrote. “One day we’ll drink @Teemana and I need to hear all your ‘Rock stories’ because I KNOW you got ‘em.”


Sharon Stone’s 11-month-old nephew died on Monday. “River William Stone Sept. 8, 2020 – Aug. 30, 2021, the “Basic Instinct” actress posted on Twitter in memoriam, along with a video of the blue-eyed toddler laughing as his feet were tickled.

Last week she asked fans to pray for River after he was found in his crib with total organ failure. “Please pray for him,” she posted to Instagram. “We need a miracle.”


“Teen Mom” star Farrah Abraham took a blow torch to her white Harvard sweatshirt in an Instagram video on Monday, after accusing the university of “educational abuse.”

“Thank you therapists for the tools over the years to overcome abuse @harvard shirt is going to raise money for mental health,” she captioned the video. “Educational abuse, emotional abuse is not what I chose nor allow.”

Abrahams beef with the Ivy League school began when LinkedIn yanked her Harvard credential because she couldn’t prove she was a student.

She was reportedly enrolled in two classes for screenwriting and writing for Humanities at Harvard Extension School, but alleged she got credit for neither after she was kicked out of class by a professor for turning in work without proof reading it prior to submission.

Fat Phobia

Sarah Paulson has some regrets about portraying the late Linda Tripp in FX’s upcoming Impeachment: American Crime Story.

“It’s very hard for me to talk about this without feeling like I’m making excuses. There’s a lot of controversy around actors and fat suits, and I think that controversy is a legitimate one,” she said in an interview. “I think fat phobia is real. I think to pretend otherwise causes further harm.”

Paulson thinks it’s an important conversation that needs to be had in Hollywood.

“But that entire responsibility I don’t think falls on the actor for choosing to do something that is arguably — and I’m talking about from the inside out — the challenge of a lifetime,” she continued. “I do think to imagine that the only thing any actor called upon to play this part would have to offer is their physical self is a real reduction of the offering the actor has to make.”

“Impeachment” will delve into the Bill Clinton-Monica Lewinsky sex scandal that capitulated the country in the 90s. Paulson plays Tripp, who was the whistleblower that exposed the former President’s affair when she secretly recorded Lewinsky’s phone calls.

“I think the thing I think about the most is that I regret not thinking about it more fully. And that is an important thing for me to think about and reflect on,” she continued.

“You can only learn what you learn when you learn it. Should I have known? Abso-f – – king-lutely. But I do now,” Paulson concluded. “And I wouldn’t make the same choice going forward.”

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1 year ago

The Rock and his double are amazing. Seldom am I unable to distinguish between the star and some claimed “look-alike” but, in this case… wow. It reminds me of my own Doppelganger experience. When I lived in Long Beach I drove a black 1969 MGC, a very rare vehicle, only made in limited quantities for 4 years and, because the Brits use black taxis, private British vehicles were almost never black – so, rare car in an even rarer color. One day I came home and my roommate is upset with me. He complains that I’d pulled up right beside him and refused to even acknowledge him as he sought my attention. Obviously, I had no idea what he was talking about. Over the next month, similar events happened 3 or so more times, incl. times when I was out town. I thought he was nuts and he thought I was being a jerk. THEN, one day, I was standing on the corner of my little cul-de-sac and Ocean Blvd and a black MGC, just like mine, pulls slowly past me – strange enough given the rarity of the car and color, but it got weirder because the guy driving it… was ME. Same hair. Same beard. Same eyes and ears and facial shape, etc., etc. He and I exchanged extended stares and then parted ways. I never saw him again – I probably should have flagged him down and gotten his name and contact info, but I think he and I were both afraid that we might have been time warping and, if we met, we’d destroy the continuity of the space-time continuum.