What’s especially ironic is that the very show that put the spotlight on the Giudices during their grapple with their legal issues, is now the primary media source redeeming them from their negative public image.
The ballet, in a fashion, can be looked at like premium-cable, itself: an environment in which the wealthy and powerful indulge their baser instincts under the guise of sophisticated cultural engagement.
Over the past four years, O’Neill, a 19-year-old from the Sunshine Coast of Australia, has become a social media celebrity — followed by half a million on Instagram, nearly 250,000 on her YouTube channel.
“SNL” provides a platform for candidates to openly address personal criticisms they often shy away from in the political realm. In Clinton’s latest sketch, she addressed criticisms that she is not very personal and retorted allegations that she waited too long to support key issues.