“Everyone wants to be liked. It’s a basic human impulse for some of you and that explains the turn-on-a-dime hypocrisy from people Jim Carrey and Sean Penn,” said Kennedy.
“Being cool is like heroin for some of those people and once you get high you spend the rest of your life chasing that fleeting feeling. And what’s cooler than pretending you hate money and giving away someone else’s stuff under the guise of fairness?”
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Kennedy, a former MTV VJ who now hosts her own program on Fox Business, also took out her knives for Bill Maher
“I feel like the bottom has to fall out at some point. And by the way, I’m hoping for it,” Maher said on the Friday edition of HBO’s “Real Time.”
“Because I think one you get rid of Trump is a crashing economy. So please, bring on the recession,” he said. “Sorry if that hurts people, but it’s either root for a recession or you lose your democracy.”
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The HBO host and longtime critic of Trump made his remarks after noting, “This economy is going pretty well.”
Maher’s guest and political analyst Shermichael Singleton acknowledged, “It is going well — for now.”
Another Maher guest,
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Although the pair shot to fame on Channel 4, Channel Five will air the fly on the wall show next week and it will include footage of their fiery, up and down relationship.
Executive producer Brent Baker told the Daily Star: “Although the programme is more about Josie, John James’s story is an incredible one because he spent more time in the Big Brother House than he had previously spent in this country.”
Viewers will see the pair move into their love nest in Chelsea and watch as they row over their different decorative tastes.
John James hangs a giant poster of his football idol David Beckham but Josie is having none of it. After he leaves the room, she draws a large willy on it causing the Australian hunk to “hit the roof
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