Julia Louis-Dreyfus in Lela Rose at the SAGs: righteous?

Last night’s SAG Awards were truly amazing to watch. As someone who has a lot of difficult following celebrity gossip when it feels like the world is burning down, I really appreciated that so many artists condemned Agent Orange’s egregious breeches of power and his persecution of Muslims in particular. The E! red carpet coverage was oblivious and somewhat infuriating, but the actors brought it up many times during the ceremony. We cannot stay silent when these abuses happen and a hearty bye! to anyone emailing or messaging me on Facebook telling us to stop covering politics. (I may compile all these and post them to Twitter with the names redacted at some point.) As I’ve said before, feel free to leave and tell me I’m endangering my business. I’m endangering my personal integrity if I stay quiet. If you are uncomfortable and want a break I’m sorry however. I get that, but that’s what they want from us.

One of the first and best speeches, although there were so many, was from my girl Julia Louis-Dreyfus who was recognized yet again for her work on Veep. Julia had a poignant speech prepared about how she’s the daughter of an immigrant. She had a hilarious opening in which she claimed that she legitimately won the award and that the crowd was over a million people. Then she said, in part, “I am the daughter of an immigrant. My father fled religious persecution in Nazi occupied France and I’m an American patriot and I love this country. Because I love this country I am afraid of its blemishes. This ban is a blemish and it is un American.” YES. You can see her speech here on our recap post. Also, Julia has won so many awards that I have to consult Wiki every time. This is her second SAG for Veep and her seventh overall.


Julia was in Lela Rose, in a black strapless column gown with gold embroidered leaves. I wish the leaf pattern wasn’t as huge, but still it’s an amazing gown. Check out her coiled gold necklace.



Ellie Kemper, also nominated in the outstanding performance in the comedy category, was in a Wai Ming royal blue velvet one shoulder gown. This is so pretty I love it.



Julia’s costar, Anna Chlumsky, was in custom Elizabeth Kennedy, in a ruched pink floor length gown. This looked incredible and was a nice change from some of the sacks she’s been wearing lately. I don’t know how I feel about the back though.



photos credit: WENN.com

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  1. KB says:

    JLD’s initial comments were hilarious. Landslide!

    • Rachel says:

      She set a really great tone with the jokes (which I found even funnier the second time around) and then moved on in a more serious manner. When actor after actor got up and used their time to denounce Trump’s actions, it was the most uplifted I’ve felt in a long time.

      I just logged on this morning. I hope there’s a post for Chief Hopper and the Stranger Things cast because his speech was AMAZING.

  2. Sandy says:

    It is seriously an honor and pleasure to read this blog! As an Iraqi living in New Zealand with family in the States (who I was planning to visit shortly but will now have to cancel my trip because I have dual nationality), and a reader of this blog for many years, I’m so unbelievably inspired but your refusal to stay quiet. Please keep fighting the good fight, and you’ve got yourself a lifelong reader 🙂

    • ell says:

      same. a long time reader as well, and i’m just so proud of the fact CB keeps talking about it and it’s important we do not stop. the moment we do we normalise it, and that should not happen.

      • It'sJustBlanche says:

        Totally respect you for stating your opinions and having such large balls. Keep it up please.

        Also Julia looked great but maybe lose the middle part.

    • DianaB says:

      For real! keep up the good work CB, you guys rock!

    • Asiyah says:

      Sandy! My husband is an Iraqi from Australia. I am Latina living in NYC. Because of this ban, when he goes to visit his parents in Australia next month, he won’t be able to come back, and I won’t be able to see him. Yesterday we went to the protest here in NYC. Lots of people speaking up. I was so happy to see the good fight had a lot of support.

    • Coco says:

      Keep it up! These are not normal times and we need everyone speaking up about it!!!

    • Macscore says:

      Yes, Celebitchy, do NOT stop! Your words here – and the comments by other Celebitches – are inspiring. Without this, and my FB feed, I don’t know how I’d make it through the day. It’s absolutely crucial that everyone speak up, speak out, resist. These times are so frightening that I worry that it’s going to take more than that, though – major civil disobedience on the part of civil servants, DoJ employees, Dep’t of Immigration workers, police, customs officials, etc., just saying “NO” to Orange Caligula and his evil emperor Bannon. Against this backdrop, talking about dresses does, I agree, seem somewhat frivolous – I’m glad that the members of the entertainment industry are not keeping quiet. (I do love Julia’s dress though!).
      Keep up the good work and let’s all put our collective energy together for change, and a reversal of this _coup_ – because that’s what it looks and feels like.

    • Alarmjaguar says:

      Yep, just want to chip in with my two cents to say thank you for not staying silent. While I definitely need the posts that are just about the dresses and hot men, I also don’t want only those. You’re striking a great balance, and I definitely appreciate your speaking out.

  3. vanna says:

    Keep on writing about politics! Celebitchy feels like a safe place where trolls and deplorables are a serious minority. You all are doing amazing work, I love reading this blog and the comment sections.

    • StartupSpouse says:

      +1 It is irresponsible to stay quiet while this Administration torches our Constitution and our freedoms. Everyone needs to keeps talking about this until Trump is impeached or otherwise voted out of office. This is a marathon, and everyone has a role — celebrity blogs included.

    • The Other Katherine says:

      Amen. Love you, Celebitchy — you keep doing you. The political commentary and low deplorable quotient is more than half the reason I keep coming back.

      Love Julia too. She is amazing on Veep.

    • HappyMom says:


  4. Franklymydear... says:

    Thank you for the awesome coverage of celebrity nonsense and the continuing coverage of our scary new regime. I’m grateful people with a voice are speaking out. I’ll be afraid for all of us when that stops. Keep fighting the good fight! I have been a faithful reader (lurker, mostly) for years and will continue.

  5. Sixer says:

    Landslide! Go, Julia!

    And what everyone else is saying vis a vis the coverage here.

  6. Adrien says:

    Julia, like Tina Fey, seems to age backwards. She looks great. Keep writing about politics CB. If some readers find that uncomfortable, remember that the Commander in Chief was once part of showbusiness. He continually attacks showbiz personalities on twitter. Politics is inescapable now.

    • Esmom says:

      I know, right? Julia is just stunning.

      And I’ve said this before but the political coverage has become one of my favorite aspects of Celebitchy now, a safe space amid all the chaos. But the SAGs coverage has actually been a nice distraction. Great job, as always, balancing on the line between the superficial and the substantive.

    • Kitten says:

      Agree with everything. The political coverage here is so important to so many of us. Thank you for all that you do!

      And yes, I honestly think JLD gets more beautiful with every year. Insane.

    • paranormalgirl says:

      I think that Celebitchy has been a nice blend of politics and non-politics. We can not go quietly – we must state our opinions and raise our voices to be heard. But then, sometimes, we just need a little breather with some fashion posts and some non-political ones. Celebitchy has been awesome at giving us what we need. Thank you.

  7. Celebitchy says:

    Thanks you guys I really appreciate your kind words and they help!

    • Sixer says:

      Come the day when this (global) menace is defeated, and it will be, you will be able to say, “I helped.”

      And that matters.

      • Esmom says:


        *tears* It’s been an emotional weekend. I’ve never been so scared and dismayed by what is happening here in the US.

      • Sullivan says:

        Yes. Celebitchy is the voice of reason in a time when it seems the majority have gone mad.

      • imqrious2 says:

        Hear! Hear! Raising my cup of coffee to you, Sixer!! (it’s only 9 am here lol).

        My sister and bro-in-law were among the many protesting at LAX yesterday. While I couldn’t go, I did make a nice contribution to the ACLU (American Civil Liberties Union) that is fighting this in the courts. I would urge anyone who can, to do so, too. It may be a long fight, but it IS one we can win!

    • DianaB says:

      Thank YOU for providing a place for rational discussion. You guys are really the best.

    • Maria says:

      same here. I come here because the comments are rational, informed and there is a noticeable lack of trolls. And inbetween i get my gossip fix.

      I admire your integrity and putting your ideals before your business. Very rare in these times and you will have a loyal reader for it.

    • Ashamed 2 b a Fl girl says:

      Never, ever stop! please.

    • vanna says:

      We need to thank you! I appreciate your coverage and the work you put into it so much!

      • Sigrid Maelstrom says:

        Tagging on with a late vote of thanks from a long-time Brit lurker – to Celebitchy, Kaiser & fellow writers for covering the important stuff, and to all the commenters. (Special mention to Sixer & co for helping me stay sane through Brexit, too.)

    • Celebitchy says:

      You guys are making me cry a little it’s been a hard time. Virtual hugs all around you are the best.

      • Leona says:

        You have my support, my admiration and my sincere thanks. Ditto to all of the positive, well written and supportive comments towards all you do. THANK YOU from Atlanta.

    • Shambles says:

      I started reading this blog over three years ago because I was searching the internet for comments about Megan Fox’s face. I found this comment section and I was addicted. And now, as we ride this crazy wave of political upheaval, I couldn’t leave if I wanted to. This place has become my clubhouse, my safe place, and my place to vent. Your political commentary has been potent, informed, and amazing. It matters so much. Thank you for fighting the good fight, CB. All the love to you.

    • Ninks says:

      I love how celebitchy is unabashedly political and totally into red carpet fashion too. Please never change. It’s an oasis of sanity in a desert right now. And one of the very, very few sites where I enjoy reading the btl comments too. The celebitchy community rocks.

    • lightpurple says:


    • SusanneToo says:

      Keep up the great work. There are still plenty of celeb threads for anyone choosing to stick her head in the sand or for those wishing to take a break from the cruelty and insanity currently in power. Out of a dozen or so threads each day, two or three devoted to the American Psycho are not too many.

    • original kay says:

      ((hugs for everyone))

      I too found this blog accidentally, loved the layout, then lost it again. A few weeks later I happened upon and rejoiced, bookmarked and you’ve been stuck with me ever since 🙂

      Can’t start my day without Celebitches <3

      And you all know how I feel about the political posts. Never stop.

    • Kitten says:

      Just remember Celebitchy: this is no longer a battle of ideas, this is a fight for civil society. Just happy to have you fighting along with us.
      #resist #nevernormalize

    • detritus says:

      Sorry, wall o text, I’ve been thinking about this a bit.

      Celebrity and fame culture are a extenuation of our current cultural norms and ideals. It’s a litmus test of the current cultural climate, where social feelings are played out as narratives for public consumption.

      You see trends and politics and cultural criticism at a macro level, and you see the way society looks and deals with the everyday foibles of being human. What the response is to addiction, divorce, dating, sex, love, motherhood. AS you watch the same stories being played out again and again you begin to see patterns.

      It’s anthropology, it’s sociology, its psychology and in this case it’s politics and female support and a place for OUR voices. Sixer mentioned this recently, and it was bang on. It’s a place for the female voice.

      It’s not just celebrity gossip, its the analysis and commitment to equity that sets CB apart. I came from Dlisted in 2005ish and lurked for years before commenting. CB introduced me to Jezebel and other feminist blogs, and showed me a group of smart and well written commenters and a comments section that didn’t resemble a highschool locker room.

      It showed me strong, intelligent, funny writing by women. You’ve helped me immeasurably along my journey towards feminism, helped me be a better ally, a better woman and kept me laughing the entire way. Your voice is important. You’ve moved me along a better path, and I’m stubborn b and a giant pain in the ass, so there’s hope you will reach less mulish people too.

      Much love and hugs, as always to CB, and all the BAMF commenters around. You provide a much needed reprieve from the crazy.

    • GingerCrunch says:

      It’s been a lifesaver over here! I read an article about staying sane during all this bullish!t and it suggested Netflix, yoga and playing with your dog. I’d like to add seeking support on Celebitchy!!!

      • minx says:

        So true! After the election I wanted to binge watch something I hadn’t seen, but so many of the series were short, or I had already seen them. Then I started on Grey’s Anatomy–perfect! I never watched it and it has over 290 episodes. It’s been a perfect way to keep my mind off things. CB–well, it’s one of the few sites I visit.

      • GingerCrunch says:

        Good for you! I binged on Grey’s several years ago at a trying time and am still watching. I’m into The Crown right now and love being transported to another era, needless to say.

    • minx says:

      No, thank YOU.

    • Kate says:

      Sporadic commenter here, but I have been following this site for about 3-4 years. My go to gossip website. But please KEEP UP the good work. this website has been the balm for my sanity. I live in a very red conservative area. While it is becoming more diverse, I would probably lose my sanity without Celebitchy coverage. I love the responses and commentary from the broad range of women and men here, and you have definitely increased my knowledge. Love all the CB’ers around the world.

      • Sydney says:

        Completely agree with all that you said. First time commenter but longtime reader. I love getting my fill of celebrity gossip but keep up the political posts please!!! It’s nice to have a place with like-minded people voicing their opinions and I feel like I have learned so much from everyone here. Thank you!!

    • Anni says:

      Please keep up the political updates. They keep me smiling and updated in these tragical times. Huggs from Sweden.

  8. Hummus says:

    Thank you for not backing down. I’m an Aussie girl with dual citizenship in Iraq and my dreams of visiting New York have been crushed by the ban. Australia has a long list of offences against refugees we ain’t any better, now is the time to keep the conversations going, locally and abroad, and to get in the streets any way we can!

    There are almost no other websites like CB, long time reader with no plans of stopping!

  9. Greenieweenie says:

    I found the coverage of the campaign somewhat tiresome (a refuge from American election campaigns is worth gold), and the election itself repetitive, so I skipped most of those. But the aftercoverage has been a source of GREAT joy and a revelation of true talent. Nothing takes the edge off an immigration ban like reading about Emperor Baby Hands. I hope these are archived in hard copy for posterity.

  10. Cee says:

    This blog is amazing not only because all of its writers take it seriously (even if it’s gossip) but because everyone who comments on here shows respect, understanding and empathy.

    Yes, entertainment is important but we should also keep focused on what is going on because Trump is taking steps into a realm only previously seen in some European and Latin American countries. My heart hurts for those banned from going back home, where they’ve built a life and contributed to the US’s development, progress and culture.

    What I’ve learned in my short life is this: Everything, as awful and disgusting as it might be, has an end. This, too, will end, and being vocal is one way of ending it. Resist, protest and never, ever lose your empathy. Help others. Help your community. Protect those who are (and will be) targeted.

  11. C-Shell says:

    PLEASE dont stop covering what’s happening in our world. This is the only place I can come for rational opinions, both from CB and the commenters. I cannot watch the news because I hate everyone’s voices and faces. I dip into the news online, but only in small doses because it’s all so horrifying, and I NEVER read the comments because it just reinforces how insane and/or willfully ignorant so many of my fellow citizens are. I need this safe haven and the thoughtful, well-informed, intelligent discourse here.

    Thank you, everyone.

    • Esmom says:

      C-Shell (love your name): I hear you. Except I keep making the mistake of reading comments on news stories. I need to stop because they’re giving me ulcer-like symptoms.

      This is a safe haven indeed and I’m so grateful for it!

      • C-Shell says:

        Thanks, Esmom — Actually, the comments at the NYTimes can be a good read, but even some of them go over the top in these dire days.

  12. Jb says:

    Love that I can come here and see JLD’s fabulous dress *and* not ignore the shit show taking place at airports all across America this weekend. Because The Trump Clown with his sidekick President Bannon are a frightening duo.

  13. Nanea says:

    Go @ Celebitchy and team!

    When people like Steve Bannon and Kellyanne Conway want to shame the media into shutting up and stop criticizing/calling out Agent Orange’s lies, it’s in everyone’s best interest to speak up, shine a light on the abuse of basic human rights, and the illegal and unpresidented, unconstitutional behavior of Emperor Baby Fists!

    One day soon, when the Deplorables wake up because their lives are threatened by actions resulting from executive orders, they will hopefully come around and trumpgret.

    • Esmom says:

      Yes. But sadly I see no evidence yet of” trumpgret.” It only took a short time before people in my FB feed started screaming about “liberal hypocrisy” because “Obama did the same thing in 2011.” Heavy sigh.

      • lightpurple says:

        And the thing Obama did in 2011 was totally different. They also keep showing some clip of Clinton saying something in 1995. Even on more recent events, they can’t get their facts straight. They’re circulating a clip of Liz Warren speaking Saturday and claiming she was at JFK in NY. She wasn’t. She was at Boston’s Logan airport.

    • Kitten says:

      I have a terrible feeling that the restriction of free press will continue to the point where it bleeds into restriction of free speech.
      I would not be surprised if that’s next on Trump’s agenda.

      • Macscore says:

        Kitten, I share your deep concern and fear. I don’t want to sound like Cassandra, but I really do believe that free speech will be Drumpf’s next target. After the Muslim/Latino purges, next in the line of fire will be Native Americans and Jewish people, followed by in particular, academic professionals – they’ll have to toe the line or suffer the consequences (loss of research grants, travel, etc.). This is happening, people. Trump and his disgusting gang have grabbed power. Now they’re firing attorney generals and anyone else who disagrees. The military and police will be made to fall in line and carry out orders (or risk punitive action/job loss etc), and then the s**t will really hit the fan.
        I know this sounds ridiculously bleak, but I honestly feel that the fact that the US has never suffered what Europe went through in the 1930s – with the rise of a fascist government and the loss of millions of lives – that maybe its inhabitants have traditionally relied too much on the system of checks and balances to maintain its democracy. Well, we’ve seen how those checks and balances have now, with great celerity, been dismantled. It’s a coup. I have never been so afraid, not only for American democracy, but also for the state of the world.
        I need a cup of tea. Love to all.

  14. anniefannie says:

    This is almost the only site that I can read the comments and know that I’ll read passionate, insightful, thoughtful commentary. I’d be devestated if celebitchy quit commenting on politics as this site has became a real source of solace.
    I find it ironic that my Facebook page of what’s supposed to be a forum for my “friends” and our collective interests…..is the exact opposite!
    Never change celebitchy you’ve created a safe haven for the politically & morally enlightened!

  15. Monsi says:

    This is not about politics, this about basic human decency… This is not a time to stay silent

    Thanks for everything CB … Muchos abrazos 🙂

  16. mellie says:

    While I might not always agree with your love of certain celebrities on this site 😉 I always agree with your love of what’s right, thanks for standing up for everyone! We can agree that Julia is an amazing actress and most likely an amazing person, oh, and she always looks great too!

  17. Kat says:

    I agree that it is important to keep talking g. Silence is deadly. I may not always agree with everything posted here, but I read with an open mind. I also think there is nothing wrong with appreciating celebrity gossip and fashion.

  18. Nona says:

    I was worried after the Women’s March that the passion to fight would fade. But look at all the protests about the immigration ban. People are standing up, letting the government know how we feel. And it worked! Kind of. The ban has been partially lifted—temporarily, I know, but do you think that would have happened if people didn’t take to the streets? (Or in this case, to the airports?)
    My long winding point is, Celebitchy, keep talking politics. Don’t stay quiet. The comments here inspire me to write postcards, make phone calls, and march in the street. They give me hope. Don’t know what I’d do without you and Nate Silver:)
    Oh, and JLD looks amazing!

  19. IlsaLund says:

    Please continue posting about what’s happening in our world. I echo the sentiments of everyone else….we need a safe haven to connect and share our thoughts. And for those who wish to ignore what’s happening and bury their heads in the sand, well, as Desmond Tutu said, “if you’re neutral in situations of injustice, you’ve chosen the side of the oppressor.”

  20. Meg says:

    Totally agree! In the terrible first days following the election, I briefly swore off celeb gossip, thinking that our collective fascination with celebrity was partially responsible for the rise of tiny hands/tiny heart. Obviously I lasted mere days w/out this website, but have been so pleased since I returned with the continued coverage of all that is #notnormal and all the fabulous, well reasoned and thought-provoking comments! It does feel like a safe space!

  21. boredblond says:

    Ellie K looks stunning..I think everyone forgets how truly pretty she is because she doesn’t get the glammed-up roles

  22. Kaiserfan says:

    I’m a long time lurker (years!) and have never commented before but thought it was important to let you know that I love the political coverage and am always interested to hear what Kaiser has to say about an issue… please keep it up!

    • GingerCrunch says:

      Super-fan screen name!!!! That’s awesome. 😊

      • Kaiserfan says:

        Ha ha I’m glad you like it! I couldn’t think of anything else and also I’m a massive fan of Kaiser! I’ve learned so much from her over the years, she’s awesome!

  23. Blanca says:

    Bravo for you! Silence is violence! Speak up celebitchy we follow you and cherish you! Thank you.

  24. Tata says:

    Thanks celebitchy, Kaiser, and all the commenters for making this a great place to discuss liberalism and politics. Hugs to you guys.

  25. Triplets in RVA says:

    I’m a long time reader (probably over 10 years) but I rarely comment because I’m a stay at home mom with a boat load of kids;). But I just wanted to say I love your coverage of politics and applaud your commitment to NOT staying silent. Silence puts us on the side of the oppressor(s). We must stay vigilant, educated and outspoken! Keep up the good work and writing!

  26. Bridget says:

    Here’s the thing: I always have the option of not commenting on articles. To be honest, I don’t always agree with the stances taken on the blog and in the Comments section (I think it can get a little liberal echo chamber-y here), but just because I don’t agree doesnt mean that it has no place. How we gossip is much more than just a silly pastime. It speaks to our priorities and our values, and what values are being projected into our society.

  27. Tassi says:

    I am worried everytime I log onto my FB account that I am going to get bombarded with pro Trump nonsense. But I am able to come here and hear the voice of reason (Jen Mann & Pantsuit are also a good soundboard on FB). This isn’t about right vs left. This is about human decency. And I need to have it reinforced that MOST Americans do not condone this administration. I have this horrible feeling that someone across your country tore out the sections covering 1933- 1945 in the history books. Or thought that Schindlers List was fiction.

    You guys are awesome and I appreciate ALL of you. Especially CB, Kaiser & Crew. Now I have to join Twitter to keep up with the National Parks rogue account and Celebitchy contributors! Much love from a Canadian Sister.

  28. Nimbolicious says:

    Keep it up, CB et al. I feel that to NOT acknowledge, discuss and rail against this horror is to be complicit in it. This s#%t isn’t about politics anymore; it’s about human rights and the frighteningly rapid perversion of all that this country has been built on.

  29. desertdace says:

    THANK YOU for standing up for your progressive politics and defending democratic values! We are at an important point in history, and you guys are standing tall on the right side of it. And you make the very important point that silence is what they want… I came to this blog for the gossip, but I’m staying for the like-minded, tolerant world view.

  30. Cadia says:

    Posting support here is wonderful but please, please write/call/visit your legislators after you write your comments here. They need to hear it directly, from constituents; it’s too easy for them to dismiss/ignore social media

  31. Mangosteen says:

    Thank you for your political posts, Celebitchy. The right to free speech is under threat and this and other human rights erosions affect everyone. Everyone has to find their balance of resistance and sanity-saving escapism and you provide both.

  32. dawnchild says:

    When I found myself start mentioning celebitchy as where I had heard a good point being made, or keeping abreast of what’s happening, or tips for movies, books, articles, links…I knew I had mainstreamed my hitherto, slightly embarrassing gossip fix into a quality source of information.
    There is an interesting, strong, SMART, compassionate and FUNNY group of people on these pages! Thank you for making me think, feel at home, holding up the no-nonsense feminist vagenda, and broadening my horizons geographically and mentally.
    On a personally gratifying note…as a 51-year-old, I’ve found myself correctly using new(er) urban slang to my teen’s surprised appreciation… thanks, Celebitchy!

  33. Pandy says:

    Sometimes I just want to read mindless gossip but the comments have been very socially conscious for a few years now. I think there’s a place for both on the site. And now you have Twitler in office. I think you have to write about him. The line between news and entertainment was crossed once a reality star took office.

  34. Who ARE These People? says:

    Thank you for all the political commentary, yours and Kaisers. Not only does Kaiser provide the most pithy summaries that combine accurate news briefs with apt emotional descriptors, but it gives us all an outlet for our thoughts and ways to take action. It’s extremely important to know we’re not alone in our dismay and fury.

  35. Mrs Fonzieface says:

    Keep up the good work, it really matters. Don’t let them get under your skin. I’ve been coming here for years, you guys rock x

  36. Janetdr says:

    Celebitchy is how I have been surviving post election. It is really good to read what people from other countries are writing too! That said, although I’m not sure about Anna Chulmsky’s dress in the back either -Va Va-voom! Nice looks for all 3 ladies.

  37. looky loo says:

    agree with how important it is too keep talking about the state of the world. i’ve been reading this site for 10 years but only commented last week for the first time on a political issue. this is the only place you can get gossip and walk away with much more. the cb staff and ladies in the comment section create meaningful dialogue. thank you.

  38. Rae says:

    Keep fighting! We’ll keep fighting too.

    We’ll lose the war if we allow it to be normalised.

  39. Sarah Williams says:

    I have NEVER left a comment and I have read CB religiously, daily, for 5 years now. All the clapping hands to you, never stop speaking out on injustice. Thank you for your intelligent, multi dimensional and well researched positions on celeb news AND urgent domestic/foreign affairs when they are needing to be covered. This rapid descent into fascism MUST be covered. Thank you.

  40. Lucy2 says:

    I love how complainers act like this site is required reading. If you don’t like it, don’t read it! The rest of us have really appreciated the posts and the discussions, so please keep it up.
    On a shallow note, I like all of the dresses in this post.

  41. artistsnow says:

    Bless you Celebitchy for being honest and having integrity and courage.
    You are out there in public but willing to stand up for your beliefs come hell or high water.

    Our President is an insane clueless narcissist who only cares about ONE THING. His ego.

  42. #hunny says: