Tuesday, June 16, 2009

"Celebrity" News Anchor Roasts Other "Celebrities", Hilarity Ensues.

UPDATE: The video I posted has been removed from youtube. Just click the link below.

I stumbled upon the above video when I opened up AIM today and thought I would pass it along to you loyal BWP readers.

Here is the original link to the story.

Al Roker carried the Heidi and Spencer bashing over to his Twitter immediately after his interview, saying "we're at minute 11 of their 15 minutes of fame."

Heidi shared her thoughts on the Roker interview during an appearance on the Ryan Seacrest radio show later in the day, where she claimed that she cried after the interview and that Roker is a sexist.

This whole blown out of proportion mess led to this gem of a quote from the AOL News site:

"Later in the day, as the story continued to build, Roker took to Twitter again to address the controversy. 'Heidi & Spencer are young and eventually will realize there is more to life than fame,' he wrote, adding 'In the kitchen making chicken tacos for dinner.'"

It is good to see that even after his stomach stapling surgery, Roker still enjoys some delicious food.

But in all seriousness, good for Al Roker. I have always despised The Hills, and this show "I'm a Celebrity... Get Me Outta Here," looks absurd (Spencer getting baptized in a jungle by Stephen Baldwin and then pretending to be a born again Christian... are you fucking kidding me?).

Even though Roker is only famous because of his former status as a fat, black weatherman on the morning news, that is still a million times better than being "famous" for being rich, stuck up, and mentally challenged. Screw you Heidi and Spencer.

1 comment:

  1. Mentally challenged isn't necessarily a bad thing - Rain Man robbed a casino and he was a ra-tard.