George Santos finally admitted that he actually has done dragfunny how the story changes once a videotape surfaces. And isn't it convenient that the one time he's ever done drag, someone videotaped it?" No, I was not a drag queen in Brazil, guys.I was young and I had fun at a festival."He may not be a drag queen, but he certainly picked up enough tips. I recently saw him on the news wearing more concealer than Dolly Parton!
When it comes to Santos, the problems keep mounting (so to speak). Enter Christian WalkerHerschel Walker's son, who never met a pair of tweezers he didn't like! He Tweeted the following: "George Santos had told me I had a good ass in my jeans (not kidding). Now I'm just worried that HE WAS LYING ABOUT THAT TOO!?!?!?" Christian went into more details on Instagram Live, saying they met "on several occasions"and calls Santos "so funny, truly hilarious." Well, you know, some of the funniest people alive are drag queens!
Should acting be judged by gender? If not, Katharine Hepburn and Frances McDormand would have everything, and Daniel Day-Lewis and Jack Nicholson would be trophy-free. In soap operas, they even break it down by ages. Is it fair to compare Tom Hanks and Meryl Streep? Ask Rita Wilson! I like multiple categories because it allows more people to win. But what do you do about trans actors? Or non-binary actors? This was an issue regarding last year's Broadway production of "Macbeth." Asia Kate Dillon identifies as non-binary, and was playing the role of Malcolm. Asia didn't feel comfortable in either category and withdrew from Tony consideration.
A similar case has occurred this year with the Broadway musical "& Juliet." One of the stars, Justin David Sullivan, had to make a decisionto be submitted as an actor or an actress. "I was told that I had to choose where I felt more comfortable, and in that process, I struggled a lot. There's nothing more that I want to empower than non-binary people, to show that it's possible to be non-binary on Broadway, play a non-binary character on Broadway and be nominated, and possibly potentially awarded. I felt like I couldn't choose. I didn't feel right being in either category because it didn't resonate with me. I decided the only thing that felt right to me would be to abstain from nomination consideration." Justin added, "I hope that award shows across the industry will expand their reach to be able to honor and award people of all gender identities."
The Tony people issued a statement of their own: "We recognize that the current acting categories are not fully inclusive, and we are currently in discussion about how to best adjust them to address this. Unfortunately, we are still in process on this and our rules do not allow us to make changes once a season has begun. We are working thoughtfully to ensure that no member of our community feel excluded in future seasons." If one is to make a change, there are only two possibilitiesmake more separate categories, or lump them all together. Since I don't approve of either option, I'm abstaining from future nominations.
Could it be that someone in this column has been showing up at some discreet "house parties"? While most of the guests find him repulsive, he is willing to share party favors. Still, it ain't so pretty when you awaken and realize what you've done...and with whom! If you think that's gross, wait till you see the video!!
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