“Ladies and gentlemen, leaders and fighters of the American dream, the best is yet to come!” shouted one man, quoting much of the final line of Guilfoyle ’s speech, in a video shared by a Twitter user named Deon. Source: InstagramSince the video went viral with over 860,000 views, many Twitter users have joked about how Kimberly ’s speech was a bit over the top, but Deon’s version made it even better.
He wrote, “I felt her performance lacked commitment to throwing away one's common sense and rationality, so I went ahead and did it for her. Some have compared her speech to that of a certain German dictator while others have put her photo next to Disney villains like Ursula and Maleficent.
Other Twitter users are trying the speech snippet out by catching their family members off guard and basically screaming at them while their children look on and laugh. At the start of her speech on the first night of the Republican National Convention, Kimberly told Americans to look toward California for an example of what this country doesn’t want to be like.
Source: Getty Images said that the state used to be a “place of immense wealth, immeasurable innovation, an immaculate environment” but had now been ruined by Democrats and made “into a land of discarded heroin needles in parks, riots in streets and blackouts in homes.” Her extreme comments could stem from the fact that her ex-husband is the state of California’s current Governor, Gavin Newsom.
Cut to an especially dark excerpt from Guilfoyle's speech, in which she called California “a land of discarded heroin needles in parks, riots in streets and blackouts in homes.” “The Daily Show With Trevor Noah” simply reacted to the speech by retweeting a random series of all-caps numbers and letters from Lady Gaga.
While actor George Take drew a visual comparison to the meme of “Sesame Street” puppet Elmo summoning infernal flames. Others posted edited photos and collages of Guilfoyle as Repulse, the green Wicked Witch of the West, Maleficent and other nefarious characters.
Maleficent is many things Angelina Jolie is not: a flame-throwing fairy, an orphaned outcast, a winged warrior. But the Maleficent : Mistress of Evil” star can relate to her title character on some level, especially when it comes to motherhood.
Just added to the mix of female powerhouses was Pfeiffer as Queen Ingrid, who faces off against Julie’s horned sorceress in a struggle to claim parenthood of Aurora. Pfeiffer, who hadn’t met Julie prior to filming despite both being industry veterans, “relished” the opportunity to join the franchise’s on-set sisterhood.
Julie also made sure to credit the men of Maleficent,” such as director Joachim Running, co-writers Micah Fitzerman-Blue and Noah Harper, and actor Chinese Editor, with allowing their female colleagues’ strengths to flourish. The feeling was mutual for Editor, who plays a new character, a dark fairy named Con all.
You are CAPABLE, you are QUALIFIED, you are POWERFUL, AND YOU HAVE THE ABILITY TO CHOOSE YOUR LIFE AND DETERMINE YOUR DESTINY. But it was the moment when she yelled the last line of her speech and held her hands triumphantly in the air that really captured everyone’s attention.
There were countless references to Mighty Morphing Power Rangers infamous villain, Rita Repulse: And Angelina Jolie bundled up in a winter coat while fitting in a little last minute shopping with her daughter in Los Angeles on Sunday.
Out and about: Angelina Jolie bundled up in a winter coat while fitting in a little last minute shopping with her daughter in Los Angeles on Sunday She carried a black leather Valentino purse across her shoulder and tied back her dark brown hair into a loose ponytail.
Julie added a touch of flair to her otherwise monochrome ensemble with a polka dot scarf fashioned into a face mask. Last week, as part of her Special Envoy duties with United Nation's for its 16 Days of Activism campaign, Angelina told Harper's Bazaar that women should 'talk to someone, try to find allies and be connected for emergencies' in an effort to safeguard themselves and their children amid potentially-violent situations.
Strong: Last week, as part of her Special Envoy duties with United Nation's for its 16 Days of Activism campaign, Angelina told Harper's Bazaar that women should 'talk to someone, try to find allies and be connected for emergencies' in an effort to safeguard themselves and their children amid potentially-violent situations The Maleficent actress said that people in a person's immediate circle, unfortunately, might not be always been the quickest to aid: 'It’s sad to say, but you can’t assume all friends and family will always want to believe and support you.
The draft complaint also alleged that Guilfoyle spoke incessantly and luridly about her sex life, and on one occasion demanded a massage of her bare thighs; other times, she said, Guilfoyle told her to submit to a Fox employee’s demands for sexual favors, encouraged her to sleep with wealthy and powerful men, asked her to critique her naked body, demanded that she share a room with her on business trips, required her to sleep over at her apartment, and exposed herself to her, making her feel deeply uncomfortable. Yet Angelina Jolie, 44, took a break from set as she emerged in Paris alongside her godmother Jacqueline Basset, 74, while putting on a glam display on Tuesday.
A vision: Angelina Jolie, 44, took a break from set as she emerged in Paris alongside her godmother Jacqueline Basset, 74, while putting on a glam display on Tuesday Angelina was a vision for the outing as she swept out of the building in a billowing white gown with bold stripes positioned in various different angles.
She wore her tresses in bouncy waves which tumbled past her shoulders while shielding her face from the bright sun with designer sunglasses. Jacqueline looked elegant as she nailed Parisian chic in white jeans, a Breton striped top and a perfectly tailored red blazer.
Later in the day, the Hollywood star slipped into a casual gray jumper and a pair of stylish white trousers as she stepped out of the Hotel de Crillon in Paris. Letting her dark locks cascade down her shoulders in loose waves, the star completed her look with a pair of designer sunglasses and nude stiletto heels.
'She worked so hard of trying to take care of some aspects of Angelina’s life and I don’t think it was very easy... 'I met her when I was working with Jon Light in Switzerland on a film directed by Maximilian Shell.