David Copperfield Has Been Forced to Reveal His Famous ‘Lucky 13’ Magic Trick in Court

David Copperfield was forced to break the magicians code in court Tuesday, when a judge ordered him to explain one of his most famous tricks following a lawsuit from an injured participant.

British tourist Gavin Cox, 58, is suing the illusionist for negligence after he claimed he was injured after taking part in Copperfield’s “Lucky #13” trick in Las Vegas in 2013, the BBC reports.

Cox said he has suffered chronic pain and brain injury following a fall that dislocated his shoulder. He said in the suit he has spent more than $400,000 on medical bills, according to NBC.

Copperfield, who is the world’s highest paid magician, has performed his famous “Lucky #13” trick thousands of times without prior incident. The performance involves randomly selecting 13 audience members, making them disappear on stage, only for them to later reappear at the back of the room.

A Las Vegas district court rejected Copperfield’s defense, which argued that disclosing the secret behind the trick would be financially detrimental to him. He was ordered to explain how the trick was done.


Roseanne Barr shades Wendy Williams over husband

Roseanne Barr skillfully husband-shaded Wendy Williams on the host’s own show.

The comedian appeared on “The Wendy Williams Show” Wednesday to discuss the revival of her sitcom “Roseanne,” and was surprised when Williams mentioned Barr’s ex Tom Arnold was hired by the Hollywood Reporter to review the reboot.

Barr clapped back with, “I don’t like talking about husbands . . . Right, Wendy?” Barr was seemingly referring to reports Williams’ husband, Kevin Hunter, was unfaithful.

After gasps from the audience, Williams — who insists all is fine at home — replied, “I don’t mind talking about husbands; he’s fabulous.”



Cosby lawyers: No T-shirts, flowers or slogans at retrial

PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Bill Cosby’s lawyers want T-shirts, buttons and other slogan-filled items banned from his upcoming sexual assault retrial after some accusers were seen with them in the audience at his first trial.

Cosby’s lawyers argued in court papers on Tuesday that slogans like “We Stand in Truth” could influence jurors. They also want to ban people from bringing in flowers, posters and other props.

Some women at Cosby’s first trial carried bouquets of pink gladioli to express solidarity with other women who say the comedian drugged and molested them.

Cosby has pleaded not guilty to charges he assaulted a woman at his suburban Philadelphia home in 2004.

His first trial ended in a hung jury. Retrial jury selection is scheduled for April 2.

Prosecutors on Tuesday said jurors shouldn’t hear why a district attorney declined to file criminal charges in 2005 because his opinion is irrelevant to the case at hand.


Mark Zuckerberg and Facebook under fire from politicians over data controversy

NEW YORK (CNNMoney) -Politicians on both sides of the Atlantic want answers after Facebook’s latest controversy involving the 2016 election.

The growing scrutiny comes after news broke that Cambridge Analytica, a data firm with ties to President Donald Trump’s campaign, reportedly gained access to information about 50 million Facebook (FB) users.

The data was collected by a professor for academic purposes in accordance with Facebook rules, the company said. But then the information was transferred to third parties, including Cambridge Analytica. The transfer violated Facebook policies.

Facebook on Friday night said it has booted Cambridge Analytica from using its platform.

News of the data transfer sparked renewed questions about whether the social media company does enough to protect its users.

Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey announced Saturday that her office is opening an investigation into Facebook and Cambridge Analytica.

Senator Amy Klobuchar, a Democrat from Minnesota who serves on the Senate Judiciary Committee, wrote on Twitter Saturday that “Zuckerberg needs to testify before Senate Judiciary.”

“It’s clear these platforms can’t police themselves,” she said. “They say ‘trust us.’

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Kodak Black Tossed into Solitary Confinement after Unauthorized 3-Way Prison Call

Kodak Black’s current stint in prison just took a turn for the worst. The rapper, born Dieuson Octave, was arrested earlier this year while live-broadcasting on Instagram. He was apprehended in Florida and faced seven charges, including: two counts of probation violation, possession of marijuana, grand theft of a firearm, two counts of possession of a weapon by a felon and child neglect.

Black has reportedly been placed in solitary confinement or 30 days after allegedly using a prison phone to have a caller connect him to another person with whom he was not authorized to contact.

Billboard reports that Black’s attorney, Bradford Cohen, confirmed that Black was removed from general population following the three-way call. “In my 21 years of practice, I’ve never had someone get 30 days solitary for a 3 way call,” Cohen explains, noting that he is unsure with whom Black made contact.


Renowned physicist Stephen Hawking has died at 76

Stephen Hawking, one of the most influential scientists in the modern era, has died at age 76.
A representative for his family released a statement saying he died at his home in Cambridge, England, on Wednesday.

“It is with great sadness we announce the death of Professor Stephen Hawking,” the statement said. “Professor Hawking died peacefully at his home in the early hours of this morning.

“His family have kindly requested that they be given the time and privacy to mourn his passing, but they would like to thank everyone who has been by Professor Hawking’s side — and supported him — throughout his life.”
Hawking is survived by his three children, Lucy, Robert, and Tim. The three also released a statement:

“We are deeply saddened that our beloved father passed away today. He was a great scientist and an extraordinary man whose work and legacy will live on for many years. His courage and persistence with his brilliance and humour inspired people across the world.

“He once said, ‘It would not be much of a universe if it wasn’t home to the people you love.’ We will miss him forever.”
Fellow scientists offered their condolences on social media, including the renowned astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson.

“His passing has left an intellectual vacuum in his wake,” Tyson said on Twitter. “But it’s not empty. Think of it as a kind of vacuum energy permeating the fabric of spacetime that defies measure.”

“Stephen Hawking was the rare famous scientist who deserved every bit of his fame,” Sean Carroll, a physicist at Caltech, tweeted. “A brilliant physicist and an inspirational person. And quite a character.”

“A star just went out in the cosmos,” the theoretical physicist Lawrence Krauss said on Twitter. “We have lost an amazing human being. Stephen Hawking fought and tamed the cosmos bravely for 76 years and taught us all something important about what it truly means to celebrate about being human.”

Hawking, a theoretical physicist, made several discoveries that transformed the way scientists viewed black holes and the universe.

Though he had Lou Gehrig’s disease, the neurodegenerative malady also known as amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, or ALS, that impaired his motor functions, he went on to become a mathematics professor and eventually the director of research at the University of Cambridge’s Center for Theoretical Cosmology.

“I try to lead as normal a life as possible, and not think about my condition, or regret the things it prevents me from doing, which are not that many,” Hawking, who long used a wheelchair, reportedly wrote on his website. “I have been lucky that my condition has progressed more slowly than is often the case. But it shows that one need not lose hope.”

Hawking was also known to bridge the gap on complicated subjects by infusing humor and wit during his lectures. His character and personality produced several infamous anecdotes and references in pop culture, including appearances on various TV shows.

“I recall when we has giving lectures and it was a huge effort for him to speak (before the tracheotomy and the computer voice) he still made the effort to throw jokes in,” Jonathan McDowell, an astronomer at the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics, said on Twitter.
“That says something.”

‘American Idol’ Season 16 Premiere: Meet The Judges For 2018 ABC Series

The iconic singing competition, “American Idol,” is scheduled to make its return to television on Sunday night. The 2018 reboot will feature a brand new panel of judges and a very different approach when it comes to sharing the auditions of the contestants.

Before tuning in to “American Idol” Season 16, meet the judges that will be gracing the small screen when the show premieres.

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Nun involved in lawsuit with Katy Perry over convent dies during court hearing

In the midst of a years-long legal battle attempting to prohibit Katy Perry from purchasing a former Catholic convent, one of the nuns involved in the case died while attending a court hearing related to the case.

CBS News reported that on Friday, Sister Catherine Rose Holzman, 89, collapsed during a court hearing in Los Angeles.

“Sister Catherine Rose Holzman, IHM passed away suddenly today at the age of 89,” Archbishop José H. Gomez wrote in a statement on her passing obtained by PEOPLE.

“Sister Catherine Rose served the Church with dedication and love for many years and today we remember her life with gratitude. We extend our prayers today to the Immaculate Heart of Mary community and to all her friends and loved ones,” he continued.

Hours before her death, Holzman and Sister Rita Callanan spoke out against Perry to Fox 7, marking the first time the nuns had spoken to the press since 2016, when a Los Angeles judged ruled against the pair — who had attempted to sell the convent to businesswoman Dana Hollister — clearing the way for Perry to purchase the property.

According to ABC 7, the nuns tried to complete the sale without getting approval from the Archbishop, but were then sued by the archdiocese in 2015, igniting the lengthy litigation process.

At the time, the Associated Press reported that Perry reportedly offered $14.5 million for the house, and that the singer’s bid was approved by the Los Angeles’ archbishop, but was still waiting on approval from the Vatican.

“Katy Perry, please stop,” Holzman told Fox 7. “It’s not doing anyone any good [and it’s] hurting a lot of people.”
RELATED: Katy Perry’s Attempt to Buy a Hollywood Convent Reportedly Blocked By Nuns

In an interview with The Los Angeles Times in 2015, Callanan said that the nuns were against the sale because they didn’t approve of the singer’s image.

“Well, I found Katy Perry, and I found her videos and if it’s all right to say, I wasn’t happy with any of it,” she said.


Joey Lawrence files for bankruptcy: ‘Melissa & Joey’ star has $60 in cash and $8000 in the bank

Joey Lawrence and his wife have filed for bankruptcy after plummeting into debt, according to The Blast, which has published details of the family’s dire financial situation.

After the cancellation of “Melissa and Joey,” Lawrence’s income plummeted: He made $534,000 in 2015 but only $58,000 the following year. He claims he currently has $60 in cash and $8,000 in the bank.

The actor reportedly earns between $4,000 and $6,000 a month — a stark contrast from the $500,000 salary he made while employed by ABC Family (now Freeform). The network canceled “Melissa & Joey,” which co-starred Melissa Joan Hart, in 2015 after five seasons.

With two young children at home, Lawrence notes in his bankruptcy paperwork that family expenses leave them $18,000 in debt each month. He and his wife, who is unemployed, have taken to selling their possessions on eBay and at thrift store Buffalo Exchange.

Among the debts are $88,000 in back taxes, $132,000 in credit card debt and almost $100,000 for automobiles. The family’s three cars have been repossessed.

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Jimmy Kimmel shares plan for his Oscars opening monologue

Each year, there is much talk about what the Academy Awards host will do or say at the opening of the show –which makes it all the better that Sunday night’s host, Jimmy Kimmel, is giving viewers a little preview in what to expect from his opening monologue.

In an interview with Vanity Fair, the late night host said that while the format will be a little more of what fans are used to, he does plan to utilize a more relaxed style with things that play more off of the live audience.

“I’m gonna do basically the same thing but with different jokes,” the “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” host explained. “It’s kind of the same drill. I feel like I learned little things, subtle things. Every time you do something like this you gain wisdom because the audience is not like the audience of your talk show. They’re not there to see you. You’re there to see them, so it’s just a different approach.”

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Why Katie Holmes and Jamie Foxx’s ‘Serious’ Relationship Works

Katie Holmes and Jamie Foxx have each other’s backs, and their relationship is stronger because of it.

“Their relationship works because of the love, compassion, trust and support they have for each other,” a source close to Holmes explains in the new issue of Us Weekly.

While Holmes, 39, and Foxx, 50, “do lead their own separate lives,” admits the pal, “They confide in and rely on each other pretty heavily. They’re definitely very serious.”

“When they’re together, it works. When they’re not, they’re on their own,” the source adds. “It’s what works for them.”
As previously reported, Us revealed in 2013 that the Dawson’s Creek alum and the Grammy winner are dating. The duo were not spotted together in public until September 2017 when they were seen holding hands on a beach in Malibu.

“They’d both been in public relationships before,” a source explained to Us in January. “They care about each other a lot and they tried to stay as quiet as possible because they didn’t want to ruin that.”

They stepped out again on February 14 at a basketball court in Calabasas for Valentine’s Day.

“They were really happy,” an eyewitness previously told Us of basketball date. “Katie was dancing as they walked in and Jamie was laughing. They seem really at ease and truly enjoying each other.”

The notoriously private pair have agreed to keep their relationship as quiet as possible, a source previously explained to Us: “Katie and Jamie have an agreement that they’ll never talk about their relationship or each other in the press.”


MAGNUM PI CBS Reboot Finds It’s Lead

According to Variety, Jay Hernandez is set to star in the lead role of the upcoming CBS reboot of MAGNUM PI. He will play Thomas Magnum, who was originally portrayed by Tom Selleck. Peter Lenkov will be producing and writing the reboot, along with Eric Guggenheim. Read more about it from Variety here!

Film wise, Hernandez is known for his roles in SUICIDE SQUAD, Netflix’s BRIGHT, and BAD MOMS. He can also be seen on television on shows like NASHVILLE and SCANDAL.

“Magnum P.I.” will be an updated version of the classic series, set in Hawaii, that follows Thomas Magnum, a decorated ex-Navy SEAL, who becomes a private investigator. The original series’ star Tom Selleck is currently in Blue Bloods, also on CBS. While no connection to the reboot has been discussed, it is possible that a cameo could be in the works.


Facebook says it will push more local news stories into your News Feed

Facebook says it will bring you more local news stories in your news feed, even if you didn’t ask to see them. “Starting today, we’re going to show more stories from news sources in your local town or city,” CEO Mark Zuckerberg says in a post announcing the latest change to his company’s News Feed.

The change means that people who follow a local news publication will see more stories from that publication — and that people who don’t follow a local news outlet will see more from local publications, too, if people in their network are sharing a particular story.

Zuckerberg says the move is at least partly the result of the self-guided tour of the U.S. he conducted last year. “Many people told me they thought that if we could turn down the temperature on the more divisive issues and instead focus on concrete local issues, then we’d all make more progress together,” he writes.

This is the third announcement about changes to Facebook’s News Feed that the company has made in the last month. The first one announced a general overhaul for the feed, which will de-emphasize news and other commercial content. Then the company said it would try to promote more “trustworthy” publications — once its users told them which publications were trustworthy.

There should be at least one more announcement to come, which will presumably focus on “informative” content.

That’s because in a post he published on Jan. 19, Zuckerberg said his company wanted to promote “news that is trustworthy, informative and local,” and now he’s covered two of the three categories.

Back to local: Facebook says it will identify local publishers by looking at ones that are “clicked on by readers in a tight geographic area.”

In theory, that could include national publishers like the New York Times, which has a concentration of readers in the New York City area. But it’s really meant to promote local and regional publishers. Facebook will start by looking at U.S.-based publishers but says it intends to expand the effort into other countries.

Facebook says the boost won’t apply to any particular kind of content — beyond conventional news stories, it will also boost “local sports, arts and human-interest stories,” the company says in a blog post.

Facebook’s announcement is a reminder that even though it says it wants to cut down on the amount of news in your feed, it won’t cut out news altogether. Zuckerberg says that news used to make up 5 percent of an average Facebook user’s feed, and now it will shrink down to 4 percent.

What Facebook is also doing, without spelling it out explicitly, is trying to cut down on fringe publishers, or bad actors that are deliberately trying to game the system.

The “trustworthiness” criteria the company announced earlier makes it harder for unknown publications to start showing up in your feed. And emphasizing local also makes it harder for edge cases.

It’s one thing to gin up fake stories about pedophile-friendly pizza parlors that spread around the internet; it’s another to create bespoke fake news about your neighborhood pizza parlor, since that takes a lot more work. We’ll see how the “informative” tweak works.

It’s hard to argue that the tweak will dramatically help local publishers, since it won’t solve the underlying business problems that make local news a very difficult proposition. But more exposure isn’t a bad thing for those publications, or their readers.

It’s also the second time Facebook has announced a local news initiative in the last month. It previously said it was testing “Today In,” a dedicated module for local news in six cities.


Why Alicia Keys Hasn’t Worn Makeup In Two Years

The singer attended last night’s Grammys bare-faced and glowing.

If her soul-crushing anthems of love and heartbreak aren’t enough reasons for you to love Alicia Keys, let me offer you one more: the R&B singer hasn’t worn makeup in two years.

Which is crazy, because she was literally glowing last night at the Grammys.

But since May 2016, Keys has led her own personal make-up free campaign as a token to her journey of self-empowerment and love.

“I don’t want to cover up anymore,” she wrote in an article published in Lenny Letter. “Not my face, not my mind, not my soul, not my thoughts, not my dreams not my struggles, not my emotional growth. Nothing.

The (no-)makeup artist for The Voice judge revealed a few secrets in late 2016 about what exactly gives her that glow.

“Alicia gets regular facials, does acupuncture, and she eats healthy and exercises,” Dotti told Allure. “She knows you have to invest internally for your skin to look great externally.”

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Jay-Z, Kaepernick and the disturbing story of the rapper sent back to prison

The entry in the Pennsylvania database is stark and direct. Inmate number: ND8400. Name: Robert Rihmeek Williams. Age: 30. Height: 6ft 2in. Location: State Correctional Institution Chester.

Behind those blunt words lies a story that has exposed a running sore within the US criminal justice system. The incarceration of Williams for minor probation violations related to a crime he committed as a teenager more than a decade ago has brought some of the biggest names in music and sport rallying to his cause, spawned a new hashtag and drawn hundreds of people to the steps of Philadelphia’s City Hall to protest.

From Jay-Z to Colin Kaepernick, influential supporters have spoken out against the perceived mistreatment of Williams and what it tells us about the experiences of a generation of African Americans. The outpouring has lifted the lid on a largely overlooked iniquity, in much the same way as the unmasking of Harvey Weinstein has laid bare the sexual misconduct of powerful men.

Despite his branding as prisoner number ND8400, Williams is no ordinary inmate. When he is allowed out of his cell and on stage, he metamorphoses as Meek Mill, the Billboard chart-topping hip hop artist managed by Jay-Z’s Roc Nation with major albums including Dreams Worth More Than Money and the current release Wins & Losses to his name.

His sentencing earlier this month to two to four years in state prison for seemingly minor breaches of his probation terms has unleashed an outcry from influential voices. Jay-Z blasted what he described as the entrapment and harassment of black people, accusing the Philadelphia courts of stalking Williams and using the slightest violation to lock him back inside.

The former 49ers quarterback Kaepernick has metaphorically got back down on one knee to champion the defendant as a victim of systemic oppression. “America professes to be the land of the free, yet it has the world’s largest prison population – disproportionately America’s prisons are filled with Black bodies,” he said.

Such high-profile focus on the plight of Mill has in turn cast light on thousands of other young black people whose stories typically have no hope of being aired. In Philadelphia alone, there are 45,000 men and women who have served their time but routinely remain caught in the grip of the penal system through probation that stretches on for years, often sending them back to prison for slip-ups that can be as insignificant as turning up late for an appointment with a parole officer.

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Arnold Schwarzenegger and ex Maria Shriver pose with three children on red carpet

Arnold Schwarzenegger and estranged wife Maria Shriver reunited on Monday night on the red carpet at the premiere of National Geographic’s “The Long Road Home,” and they were joined by three of their grown-up, look-alike children.

The former couple, who are still not officially divorced, were all smiles as they posed together on the red carpet with Katherine, 27, Christina, 26, and Patrick, 24. The family looked super glam together, all opting for dark hues — other than Arnold, who rocked an eye-popping royal blue polo under a navy blazer, and Patrick, who donned a white button-down with a suit.
The Schwarzenegger ladies all opted for stunning all-black looks. Youngest brother, Christopher, wasn’t in attendance.

Patrick, who briefly dated Miley Cyrus last year, brought along his stunning blonde girlfriend, Abby Champion, who he’s been dating since March of 2016. The model opted for a mini blazer dress.

Though Arnold and Maria Shriver aren’t officially divorced, they have both definitely moved on from their marriage. The “Terminator” actor recently stepped out with his rumored new ladylove Heather Milligan for an ice cream date in Los Angeles.

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Jemele Hill offers heartfelt thank you to co-host Michael Smith after ESPN suspension

ESPN colleagues rushed to defend Jemele Hill after Donald Trump posted a scathing tweet on Tuesday morning, and now, Hill has voiced her own appreciation.In her first tweet since ESPN announced a two-week suspension for violating the company’s social media guidelines, Hill offered a sincere thanks to co-host Michael Smith.

Smith has co-hosted SportsCenter‘s “SC6” alongside Hill since February in a format that focuses sports and popular culture.Smith did not appear on the evening’s SC6 broadcast following ESPN’s announcement of Hill’s suspension. After the White House called Hill’s September tweets about Trump a “fireable offense,” a ThinkProgress report said that the network tried to replace Hill for a night, but Smith refused to go on. Both co-hosts ended up working that Sept. 13 broadcast, and ESPN denied the report.

On Monday, Matt Berrie filled in for Smith, and he is expected to return for Tuesday’s show.


‘Dynasty’ reboot coming to the CW

A promotional photo for “Dynasty” Season 1. Pictured, from left: Heather Locklear (Sammy Jo Dean), Pamela Bellwood (Claudia Blaisdel), Linda Evans (Krystle Carrington), John Forsythe (Blake Carrington), Joan Collins (Alexis Carrington), Pamela Sue Martin (Fallon Carrington),

(CNN)CW is looking to start its own “Dynasty.”

The network has officially picked up a reboot of the iconic primetime soap, starring former “Sex&Drugs&Rock&Roll” star Elizabeth Gillies.
It hails from the duo behind the network’s teen hit “Gossip Girl,” Josh Schwartz and Stephanie Savage, as well as Sallie Patrick (“Revenge”).

Like the ABC soap on which its based, the new series will feature two feuding wealthy families, the Carringtons and the Colbys. The reboot, however, is said to have more diversity than the original.

One of the main characters, played by “Vampire Diaries” alum Nathalie Kelley, is Cristal, “a Hispanic woman who marries into a WASP family and America’s most powerful class.” Kelley is a Peruvian-Australian actress.

“Dynasty” ran on ABC from 1981-89 and was known for its over-the-top catfights, fashion and unapologetic melodrama. A short-lived spin-off called “The Colbys” ran from 1985-87.

“Dynasty” was also said to have been a major inspiration for Lee Daniels when the producer was creating Fox hit “Empire.”

The news of “Dynasty’s” pickup comes as networks prepare to present their fall lineups to advertisers in New York as part of the annual Upfronts.

CW also ordered on Wednesday the superhero series “Black Lightning,” a drama-comedy starring “Pretty Little Liars” Lucy Hale, and thriller “Valor.”
Additionally, the network announced renewals for vampire series “Originals” and “iZombie.”


Oprah Winfrey went to the bank for the first time in 29 years!

Oprah Winfrey is one of the most bankable personalities on the face of the earth… If only the bank actually knew.
While playing a game for Ellen DeGeneres’ YouTube segment “Ellen’s Burning Questions,” Oprah revealed that she only recently stepped foot inside a bank, something she hadn’t done in 29 years!

“I went to the bank recently because I hadn’t been to the bank since 1988,” she said after Ellen asked Oprah what her ATM pin number was (Oprah didn’t know and said she didn’t have one.)

“What did you go to the bank for?” Ellen asked. Oprah deadpanned, “To deposit a million dollars.”
No joke, she had a seven-figure check she wanted to deposit.

“Yeah, I just wanted to go there just to do it. I stood in line, just to do it,” the TV legend said.
Ellen, who also couldn’t exactly remember the last time she went to the bank, asked how that moment felt.

“It felt fantastic,” Oprah said before clarifying the amount of her deposit, stating, “Actually, it was $2 million.”

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SNL Creator Lorne Michaels: We Ignored Harvey Weinstein Scandal Because He’s From New York

NBC’s Saturday Night Live is known for its hard hitting political comedy, in which they take real life controversies and turn them into humorous and revealing bits — and yet, despite typically not shying away from scandal, the show chose to totally ignore Harvey Weinstein’s recently unearthed sexual harassment allegations.

SNL’s justification for this, according to the show’s creator Lorne Michaels, is because Weinstein and the show both originated from New York City, per the Daily Mail. However, when the comedy show did try a comedic bit on Weinstein’s scandal, the Daily Mailreported it received a positive reaction from the in-studio crowd — they just chose not to use the material on air.
This in-studio reaction wasn’t enough for the show’s creator apparently, as Michaels told reporters outside the show’s building that the scandal was ignored because “it’s a New York thing.” Due to the strategic decision to look the other way on Weinstein’s numerous reported sexual misconducts, the show took flack from viewers as many saw it as an example of the entertainment industry covering for one of their own.
Additionally, despite using the “New York thing” excuse to ignore Weinstein’s sins, SNL has repeatedly chosen to attack fellow New Yorker President Donald Trump — particularly when he too was under fire for sexual harassment allegations a year ago. SNL went so far as to compare Trump’s so-called “locker room talk” comments to Penn State’s child molestation cases.
This blatant segment snubbing is of course good news for Weinstein, as much of the rest of the media world is not showing him the same mercy — on and off the air.