In today's Dirty Laundry Report, TIME got it right! Loren Owens even agrees with me. -LBF
The Person of the Year: The Silence Breakers! I think for the first time, in a REALLY long time, TIME got it right. I'm REALLY happy about this choice because it's uplifting and energizing.
Find out why the Silence Breakers were chosen as TIME's Person of the Year 2017 #TIMEPOY https://t.co/jOS7zksnw7
Netflix has fired Danny Masterson after multiple rape accusations. He denies everything.
Danny Masterson responds to being written out of @Netflix's #TheRanch amid rape claims: "In the current climate, it seems as if you are presumed guilty the moment you are accused" https://t.co/N4NrCyBwPi
Dylan Howard, the top gossip editor at The National Enquirer, has been accused of sexual misconduct. I can't even get into it- it's sick!
Howard's conduct led to an internal inquiry in 2012 by an outside consultant, and former employees say he stopped working out of the LA office afterward https://t.co/fSQUuofCVu
Terry Crews is suing Hollywood agent Adam Venit who allegedly grabbed him inappropriately. Watch this and learn:
@terrycrews shares his advice to men #TIMEPOY https://t.co/ePuWFVIqoT
I was watching Below Deck yesterday and these people have money... and they think they can do whatever they want, including grabbing people inappropriately... Gross!
Bravo's "Below Deck" Is In Hot Water With Fans Over Its Apparent Dismissal of Sexual Assault https://t.co/WsMOyKKkpR
John Mayer has appendicitis and had surgery. What's going to happen as far as the Dead & Company tour?
John Mayer is recovering from the emergency appendectomy he underwent yesterday and is in good spirits. The Dead & Company concerts scheduled for December 7 in Orlando, Florida and December 8 in Sunrise, Florida, in addition to the December 5 show in New Orleans, are postponed.
Dwayne Johnson is receiving a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. I love him!
Very cool of the fans. Thank you for all the kind words. I'm very grateful and lucky for the honor. https://t.co/4VHVgOrzom
More Paul McCartney Christmas music... no thanks!
During the Christmas of 1965, Paul McCartney went to music publisher Dick James' studio to transfer a tape onto disc as a present for his fellow Beatles. With Paul playing DJ and the occasional guest spot, he'd call the album "Unforgettable" Only four copies were ever pressed, with many - including McCartney - believing they were lost in the mists of time.