Friday Update: Sofia Vergara and Britney Spears Celebrate With Naked Pics, Mark Cuban Defends Dallas Mavericks’ Vaccine Policy, Eminem’s Attempted Murderer Sentenced to Time Served

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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:

In The Buff

“Modern Family” star Sofia Vergara and pop star Britney Spears both shared celebratory nude photos the same day on social media.

Vergara was photographed covered by nothing but coffee beans, which she said were “all Colombian café,” in celebration of National Coffee Day.

Britney Spears celebrated the end of her father’s “toxic” reign as her financial conservator by baring it all in photos that are so racy you’ll have to check them out here.

“Playing in the Pacific never hurt anybody,” she wrote. “Pssss no photo edits … the tub curves.”

Fiance Sam Asghari jokingly hashtagged #freethenipple in the comments section.

Mavericks’ Mandate

The Dallas Mavericks will require fans to provide proof of full vaccination or a negative COVID test taken within 48 hours before the game to enter the American Airlines Center for home games, despite the city’s lack of a local vaccine mandate.

Attendees over the age of two will also be required to wear masks in the arena. Adults will only be allowed to remove face coverings when they are eating and drinking, while children under twelve who are seated more than fifteen feet away from the court will not have to comply with the requirement.

“We wanted to keep our customers and employees as safe as we can. There are no absolutes with COVID. But based on the data we have, we felt that was the best decision. As the data and science evolves, we will re-evaluate our decisions as often as we think it helps,” Team owner Mark Cuban said.


A man who broke into Rapper Eminem’s Detroit home and allegedly was there to kill him, was sentenced to time served and probation, even though it was the second time he broke into one of the “Rap God’s” properties.

Eminem, real name Marshal Mathers, was woken from sleep when Matthew Hughes, 28, smashed his kitchen door window with a brick paver in April 2020. Hughes reportedly told Mathers “he was there to kill him,” but the star musician got the would-be-killer to leave the house, where he was detained by security guards until police arrived.

The man had previously been arrested in June 2019 for attempting to break into a home that had been previously owned by Mathers.

Hughes pleaded no contest on a reduced charge of second-degree home invasion and was released on probation after serving 524 days in county jail. The rapper reportedly agreed with the sentence.


Josh Duggar appeared in court on Monday to get judgment on motions his attorney filed to suppress statements and photos of his hands and feet while he was in custody, request an evidentiary hearing, and dismiss an indictment and the entire case over the government’s failure to preserve evidence.

The Arkansas judge denied four motions that were filed on Aug. 20, but has not ruled on another request to suppress evidence. Duggar was all smiles as he and his pregnant wife, Anna, left the courthouse hand-in-hand.

‘Sick’ Policy

ESPN anchor Sage Steele said the Disney-owned company’s COVID-19 vaccination policy was “sick,” during a recent podcast interview with former Chicago Bears’ QB Jay Cutler.

“I work for a company that mandates it and I had until September 30th to get it done or I’m out,” she said. “I respect everyone’s decision, I really do, but to mandate it is sick and it’s scary to me in many ways. I just, I’m not surprised it got to this point, especially with Disney, I mean a global company like that.”
The TV personality said that she did get the vaccine, but “didn’t want to do it.”


Lori Loughin’s return to television has proven that no scandal is insurmountable in Hollywood. The Hallmark Channel announced that the former “Full House” star will make her return to the network with a spinoff of “When Calls the Heart,” the show she was fired from in 2019 when news of her involvement in Operation Varsity Blues broke.

Loughin served two months in federal prison for her participation in the college admission scandal, and her husband, designer Mossimo Giannulli, served five. Their daughter Olivia Jade Giannulli, who cost her parents their freedom when they bribed her way into USC, is attempting to make her own comeback on ABC’s “Dancing With the Stars.”


Whoopi Goldberg accused the far left of sabotaging the Democratic Party’s political agenda by pushing their own progressive demands.

Co-host Joy Behar pointed out that the “progressive agenda” included expanding medicare, free child care, and transit infrastructure. Ana Navarro pointed out that they would never get elected in her state, Florida.

“That’s because the Republicans have made the progressives the boogeymen,” Sunny Hostin complained, but Goldberg set her straight. “We made ourselves the boogeyman – we’ve done this — this particular wound is something we put on ourselves,” she remarked.

“I feel like when you come into the party, you say, ‘This is what we want to do.’ You don’t want to go around and go, ‘You’re not doing it right, you’re not doing it right.’ It becomes a fight, see, when it becomes, ‘Here’s how we can do it, let’s sit down and figure out how to do it.’ And that’s not what we’re getting,” Goldberg continued.

“You think the new guards, the young ones, came in and demanded… “ Hostin questioned, clearly referencing the “Squad.” Sarah Haines was slightly less subtle, “They’ve got their own nicknames, they run in their own crowd. You’ve got these — certain reverence to the older people in the party.”

Hostin noted that it’s not policy, it’s the personality, affecting the divide amongst Dems. Goldberg concluded that “the personality is what they’re being judged on, not the policy. And that’s the problem.”


Scarlett Johansson has settled her lawsuit against Disney for cheating her out of box office profits for her long awaited Marvel starrer “Black Widow,” which the studio released simultaneously on it’s streaming service Disney+.

Johansson alleged that the House of Mouse breached her contract after guaranteeing that the film would premiere exclusively in theaters, and paid her a salary that was reliant on backend points.

“I am happy to have resolved our differences with Disney,” Johansson stated about the settlement agreement. “I’m incredibly proud of the work we’ve done together over the years and have greatly enjoyed my creative relationship with the team. I look forward to continuing our collaboration.”

Disney’s Alan Bergman, said the studio is “pleased” both parties came to a mutual agreement, which both sides kept mum about.

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