Skip to comments.Howard Stern: Gabourey Sidebe, the size of the plant, will never work again
Posted on 03/09/2010 2:34:34 PM PST by Justaham
SHOCK jock Howard Stern has unleashed a tirade of verbal abuse at Oscar-nominee Gabourey Sidibe.
Theres the most enormous, fat black chick Ive ever seen, Stern said on his Sirius satellite show on Monday. She is enormous. Everyones pretending shes a part of show business and shes never going to be in another movie.
She should have gotten the Best Actress award because shes never going to have another shot. What movie is she gonna be in?
Stern and co-host Robin Quivers went on to discuss the impossibility of Gabby finding any work in Hollywood after Precious. And Oprahs lying and saying youre going to have a brilliant career, said Robin.
Oprahs another liar, a filthy liar, said Stern. Shes telling an enormous woman the size of a planet that shes going to have a career.
Sidibe recently revealed that shed like to take on a role in a comedy role. Ive done a serious role and now I want to be funny, she said. So Im still holding on to my job just in case it doesnt work out. I work for the Fresh Air Fund and we send kids to camp. I love it but well have to see what happens.
Listen to Howard's rant here!
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Wow, I never thought I would ever agree with him on anything....I was wrong.
And I saw a picture of her in an Oscar outfit. It had horizontal stripes. Some stylist has a sense of humor.
Wonder who'll play Howard in that.
I say if a pompous a$$ like Stern can have a career in ‘show business’, then this gal has a chance.
Theres the most enormous, fat black chick Ive ever seen, Stern said”
A real humane human being, that Stern fella...
No, but that one is almost as bad. It, too, has horizontal lines. Poor thing.
"It's all rubbish. I have a brain the size of a planet, you know."
That dress really was an injustice to her figure. But I hope Howard Stern is wrong. I like G.S. - she seems genuine.
Actually, as a character actress she could do just fine. Lotsa work on TV for that category, too. Especially when every other actress in Hollywood looks like they’re auditioning for Ms Praying Mantis.
She seems like a nice girl, and I hope she does well. But, it has dawned on me that she may have a problem finding acting work aside from this particular role.
Stern is a buffoon.
She could play Jabba the Hut.
Or Pizza the Hut.
Or play Oprah if Oprah decides to do a movie about her life story.
I am offended by what, I think, the weasle in the back ground of the photo is THINKING...
She seems sweet and bubbly. I find her engaging. Will she get glamorous leading lady roles at that size? Of course not: even size 8 chicks can’t get those these days. But there are roles for a girl of her description, and she’s got a leg up on them.
I have to wonder why anyone concerns themselves with what Howard Stern has to say.
Not all parts are for thin white people.
She could get work, I’m sure.
If only for health reasons this young lady needs to lose some weight. That being said, I think that Stern is an insensitive and disgusting jackass.
In the early 90’s Howtart and Gibbons did a skit where they electronically changed their voices. These peices of sh!t berated a 9 year old child about how her father was abandoned in Veit Nam. They laughed the entire time.
Does this not tell anyone the character of these cretins?
You and I both know that the timeline does not fit with this. Can a child?
Personally, I think she’s kinda cute. She’s welcome to my Oscar if she wants it.
Answer: They could do a remake of "Gone With The Wind."
If she jumped in the air, she would get stuck.
Stern is a buffoon.
He said what you just said.
I said he was a buffoon, not that he was necessarily wrong. His opinion isn’t the problem. His problem is that he’s an obnoxious ass.
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