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The annual Hollywood Reporter Women in Entertainment breakfast was a love-fest.
Until Donald Trump’s name came up, that is.
On Wednesday morning, Megyn Kelly gave opening remarks at the annual affair, and had kind things to say about Michelle Obama (“who set the example for us all in standing up for her convictions”) and Hillary Clinton (“who broke a barrier no one has ever done in America”) and Melania Trump (“who was slut-shamed…but she held her head high”).
Kelly also made reference to Roger Ailes, commending her female colleagues at Fox News who “at great risk to their livelihoods brought down a very powerful, serial sexual harasser.”
But then Kelly transitioned to the president-elect. “I have high hopes for him. Despite the tweets and all the rest of it there is much to admire about Donald Trump,” she began.
Alan Carr announces all-star line-up for Chatty Man Christmas Special
The nights are drawing in and the festive lights are twinkling as we prepare to settle down and watch our favourite soaps, family films and Christmas specials this season.
Alan Carr: Chatty Man returns for a Christmas special later this month (Copyright: Channel 4)
Not least of which includes the holiday edition of Alan Carr’s Chatty Man, which promises an impressive line-up of celebrity guests, including Rogue One’s Mads Mikkelsen, Diego Luna, Ben Mendelsohn and Riz Ahmed.
Fresh from the I’m A Celebrity jungle, Scarlett Moffatt has also been confirmed for a slot on the show, alongside Gary Barlow, Dannii Minogue and Martin Kemp who have recently joined forces for new BBC One talent show Let It Shine.
Queen of the Jungle: Scarlett Moffatt won I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here 2016 (Copyright: Nigel Wright/ITV/REX/Shutterstock)
Actor Tom Hardy will also squeeze on to the sofa, with Olympic diver Tom Daley and Gogglebox’s Chris Steed and Stephen Webb, who will be making an appearance on the telly instead of watching it for a change.
We best hope that Alan Carr’s drinks globe is fully stocked though, as Emile Sandé and Robbie Williams will also be dropping in for a chinwag and (hopefully) some performances to put us all in the party spirit.
Who needs Santa when you can have Alan Carr? (Copyright: WENN)
“Fantastic!! It’s great to be back!” the TV host tweeted along with the Christmas special line-up.
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At a conference in June, NBC CEO Steve Burke explained what would constitute an Olympics “nightmare,” Bloomberg reports. “We wake up someday and the ratings are down 20%,” he said. “If that happens, my prediction would be that millennials had been in a Facebook bubble or a Snapchat bubble and the Olympics have come, and they didn’t know it.”
That nightmare is basically here, as the Olympics saw a sharp viewership dip for the first time since 2000. Among 18- to 49-year-olds, the damage is even greater than 20%, sitting at a 25% drop-off