Last week, Megyn had a few thoughts about Chrissy Teigen attending the White House Correspondents’ Dinner in a ‘barely there’ dress with a long train that she had three “minions” help her carry. TMZ asked Teigen’s husband John Legend to react to Megyn’s remarks, which led to a curious defense of the model. On Monday’s …
Megyn is joined by stand-up comedians and political commentators The Hodgetwins, to talk about the 2023 Met Gala, Kim Kardashian bringing her daughter to watch her walk the red carpet, Lil Nas X’s ridiculous cat suit, Gabrielle Union’s misinformation about Florida’s school curriculum when it comes to trans issues, and more.
Megyn reacts to Chrissy Teigen’s arriving at the White House Correspondents’ Dinner with her husband John Legend and “three minions following her” to hold the train of “her non-existent dress” that showed a lot of leg and made it seem like she was headed to a Hollywood red carpet – not a Washington D.C. press …
Megyn discusses what happened at the 2023 Oscars, including best actress winner Michelle Yeoh taking a shot at Don Lemon’s ‘women in their prime’ comment, the best supporting actor winner Ke Huy Quan’s speech reminding us how amazing America is, and more.
Megyn is joined by Emily Jashinsky, host of The Federalist Radio Hour, and Eliana Johnson, co-host of Ink Stained Wretches, to discuss Chris Rock’s clap back at Will Smith for his slap at last year’s Oscars, how Smith felt emasculated after his wife’s public scandal, and more.
Megyn is joined by Andrew Klavan, host of The Andrew Klavan Show, to discuss the 2023 Golden Globes Awards, host Jerrod Carmichael’s monologue about race, the attempts by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association to rehab their cultural image, and more.
The First Trailer of the Live Action ‘Little Mermaid’ Is Here and the Internet Has a Lot of Thoughts
Megyn is joined by PragerU personality and host of Unapologetic Amala Ekpunobi to discuss the controversy surrounding the live-action remake of The Little Mermaid starring Halle Bailey.
Megyn is joined by Richard Dreyfuss to talk about what Will Smith slapping Chris Rock at the Oscars says about America, the lack of boundaries, the spiral of decay in the entertainment industry, and more.