Tina Fey is not going to let Trump voters slink quietly out the side door while their president and party are in power. In particular, she trained her sights on white college-educated women that went for Trump, a man who has repeatedly and insistently demonstrated that he's comfortable with loose talk, at least, about sexual assault. The discussion was especially germane as hardline conservative members of the House Freedom Caucus are making a concerted push to defund Planned Parenthood, attempting to bundle it into almost every major piece of legislation passing through the House.
Adam Sandler and Kevin James give comedians a bad name when it comes to fashion. Maybe they like to wear sweatpants to movie premieres, but that doesn’t mean their fellow funny people don’t get the sartorial game. Case in point: the Sisters premiere in New York on Tuesday. Starring Tina Fey and Amy Poehler, the BFFs dressed to impress with former in a sexy Oscar de la Renta slip dress and the latter in a sheer number that showed off her granny panties.
Mindy Kaling and Tina Fey have a lot in common — they’re both successful actors and writers in comedy, they run their own shows, they’re both role models to many young women and men, and they’ve both written memoirs about growing up as clever outsiders. While last night was about promoting Kaling’s second book, Why Not Me?, it was also an intimate, hysterically funny conversation between Fey, Kaling and 800 fans. Kaling didn’t need Fey or anyone else to make an introduction for her — she did it herself via a pre-recorded voiceover video with clips of her work and a shout out to McDonalds where she eats breakfast thrice a week.