‘White House Plumbers’ exploits absurdities of Watergate
In May 2017, comedian John Oliver tauntingly coined the phrase “Stupid Watergate” to refer to then-President Donald Trump’s ever-growing list of scandals at the time, including his reported dealings with Russia, the investigation into Michael Flynn and his firing of former FBI Director James Comey.
Jennifer Aniston's Wrist Tattoo: The Possible Meaning Behind '11 11'
Now, there appears to be an explanation behind the "11 11" inked on her left wrist. The number 11 is also special to her because of her birthday and Norman, the source says. Aniston's Welsh Corgie-Terrier named Norman died in 2011, and her birthday is on Feb. 11. The possible reason behind the wrist tattoo holds up as Aniston also has "Norman" inked on her right foot in honor of her late pet. James Devaney/GC ImagesGregg DeGuire/FilmMagicMeanwhile, Aniston's ex-husbands, Brad Pitt and Justin Theroux, have numerous tattoos all over their bodies.
Jennifer Aniston Fans Spot Her Wrist Tattoo During Mini 'Friends' Reunion
Friends fans got a good look at Jennifer Aniston's wrist tattoo when she reunited with her sitcom co-star, Lisa Kudrow, for Variety's Actors on Actors issue. Aniston has "11 11" inked on her left wrist, and was first spotted with the tattoo at the end of 2018. Though her "11 11" ink didn't come up in conversation with Kudrow, the actresses did have a nice time sharing memories about being on Friends together. This one time I was with Courteney [Cox], and we were trying to find something to reference, an old Friends thing," Aniston recalled. Here's more with Aniston and her other female Friends co-star, Courteney Cox:RELATED CONTENT:Jennifer Aniston & Lisa Kudrow Reminisce Over 1st 'Friends' Table ReadJennifer Aniston Posts a 'Friends' Flashback for Courteney Cox's B-DayJennifer Aniston Tells COVID-19 to 'Kindly F**k Off' With Throwback Pic
Kristen Bell, Justin Theroux, NAACP & More Unite for #ITakeResponsibility Campaign
Kristen Bell, Justin Theroux, Aaron Paul and more celebrities are committing to fight racial injustice. Unless white America acknowledges its privilege, systemic racism will persist. @NAACP @itakeresponsibility #itakeresponsibility #blacklivesmatter pic.twitter.com/NYH2WQyiKP Julianne Moore (@_juliannemoore) June 11, 2020"I take responsibility," Moore exclaims. I Take ResponsibilityI Take ResponsibilityFollowing George Floyd's tragic death, protests have been held nationwide, as well as in numerous countries around the world, to stop police brutality and systemic racism. See how other celebrities are coming together to have discussions about racism and police brutality, below.