Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by Domo Cup, Oct 26, 2013.
uh oh the moral outrage pc brigade are going to have a field day with this.
disgraceful, totally innapropriate & offensive
Nah, those dancers just wear tons of makeup.
lots of blacks have blue eyes
i saw Uzo Aduba ("Crazy Eyes") in Godspell a few times. She is fantastic; when she gets emotional parts you stop noticing her looks entirely. No way will I ever find her attractive, but she is so good an actor that it just doesn't matter. If Hough is dressing as Aduba it has to be an homage from one actor to another because there is absolutely nothing to ridicule about her.
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Julianne Hough dressed in black face for Halloween as if that's gonna make all of us forget she used to scissor Ryan Seacrest.
How the fuck is that considered "blackface"? It's a little spray tan. Snooki is darker.
This is blackface...
Anybody under like 35 years or so doesn't even know what blackface is or why it might be offensive.
lol, are you really offended by the movie "white chicks"? the movie wasn't saying all white women are dumb and Terry Crews character was a slam on black men who are caught up white women only.....
I am, it was insultingly stupid, almost as bad as a tyler perry movie
Hough is a Morman and apparently very naive. I wonder why her and Seacrest broke up?
Im being serious. what in particular? just the makeup or any particular scene?
She got tired of fuckin him in the ass
Maybe she need a "Don Buckwald" caliber manager. A manager to tell her, "Hey Bitch, they do make other costumes." Her career was already barely keeping its head above water....
you think blackface stopped 35 years ago? america suddenly stopped finding racism fun in 1979? Benson started in 1979, Archie Bunker's Place aired in 1979, The Super Globetrotters aired on ABC's kiddie TV in 1979.
Ugh so many dumb people here and elsewhere that can't see the difference between an obvious homage to a character on a show and a true racially insensitive depiction of a person of a different race/ethnicity. So unless she was going around talking about her mammy or in a stereotypical black voice while dancing around like Mr Bojangles this isn't racist or racism at all.
i figure people are so afraid that they might be called racist if they appreciate that she is obviously showing respect to the characterization, so they go overboard in the opposite direction and become outrageously PC. They don't seem to realize that is even more racist.