"Sticky is like, when I was doing a movie and I was doing it with my Afro and this Caucasian woman had her fingers in my hair. She said 'I'm going to make it really pretty' and so she put some white goo in it, the goo only white people would use," she said.
Gervais' tired shtick of demand-resistance had some viewers - and certainly network executives - rubbing their hands in anticipation of the faux-theatrics: What would he say? How terrible and cruel would his jokes be? Such worry! Such fear! Tune in! Joke's on you, viewer. Gervais' monologue was relatively tame and comparatively toothless
Broken Horses is a term used when one tames a wild horse. Now that's one title some of our Bollywood stars would identify themselves with
Daniel Radcliffe says his steamy gay scenes in the upcoming film Kill Your Darlings are not shocking as compared to what he did on his West End drama Equus.