by John Herrman Taffy Brodesser-Akner on Paula Deen's rapid and basically unfettered comeback, after her brief banishment from public life: An investment in Paula Deen conveys a deep understanding of America’s political temperature and...Show More Summary
Is ten dollars a month ten dollars too many to watch Paula Deen fry things in butter? Disgraced foodperson and deep-fryer of things Paula Deen has launched a new digital network this week, and apparently it’s as awful as it sounds. Clearly,...Show More Summary
It’s been a busy week in our little entertainment corner of the world. Mike “The Situation” Sorrentino from “Jersey Shore” was indicted on tax fraud. Lots of new television shows premiered. Paula Deen returned to the news with a little bit more apologizing and a lot more promoting. True love ended. (RIP to Wiz Khalifa and […]
Don't look now, but Paula Deen is currently powering through the hairpin turn in her redemption narrative! Looks like it's just a matter of time before America takes her back, returning her to her place in the celebrity chef pantheon. Read more...
"Paula Deen is so sorry about what she said, she's even willing to profit from it."
Welcome to Wednesday’s The Crap We Missed featuring some old favorites who haven’t been around for a while, like Blue Steel Jeremy Renner, Kesha‘s underwear, and Paula Deen, reprising her role on ‘Today’ as the sacrificial lamb, yanking her husband’s beard because they agreed she’d do that whenever she got the urge to snap her Read More...
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Paula Deen is ready for a comeback, but is the world ready to welcome her?
Rebuilding a brand is not particularly easy. Paula Deen is finding this out right now, appearing on The Today Show for the first time since her disastrous appearance on Today more than a year ago. At the time, Deen was fighting accusations that she was a racist and wasn?t handling the subsequent questions thrown at her all that well. Show More Summary
Crazy-eyed butter-marm Paula Deen took to The Today Show this morning, ostensibly to talk about life lessons and learnin' from mah mistakes, yawl and other such nonsense, but really to promote her dumber-than-hell ill-conceived new subscription-based online network. Read more...
Former Food Network celebrity chef Paula Deen is on the comeback trail. She lost pretty much everything a little under a year ago after admitting, under oath, that she used the “N” word. She fumbled repeated attempts to smooth things over, losing her endorsements and being dropped by the Food Network. Paula settled the lawsuit […]
On Tuesday, about a year after the Paula Deen racism controversy stole headlines, Paula made an appearance on Today to share what she's learned from the scandal and to talk about her upcoming business venture. Looking back at footage...Show More Summary
Over a year after she lost her shows and a handful of lucrative sponsorship deals for some racist comments and dressing black people up as plantation slaves, Paula Deen is staging a comeback.
Paula Deen is back — and still deep fried in denial. She's also proof of an annoying trend that compromised people love — ‘You are demonizing me for being terrible, but I’m the real victim. I’m the one in pain!’ Newsflash: You should be, and no one wants your tears. Read more...
It's been over a year since Paula Deen's admitted use of the N-word in a deposition torpedoed her cooking franchise and tarnished her image. Tuesday (Sept. 23) she appeared on "Today" to talk about her new subscription-based online channel, the Paula Deen Network, and the fallout from the scandal. Show More Summary
The celebrity chef says she doesn't recognize the woman who cried on NBC's 'Today' in June 2013 read more
Paula Deen flashes a smile while returning to the Today show a bit over a year after her big racist scandal on Tuesday morning (September 23) in New York City. “I had to remove myself and sit quietly so that I could think and see things from all angles,” the 67-year-old celebrity chef said of [...]
Disgraced foodperson Paula Deen is really, really, really sorry. This morning, Paula Deen bravely returned to NBC's TODAY show to apologize, again, for making racist remarks in front of her former employees. Host Matt Lauer grilled Deen on her last (failed) appearance, her apologies, her reputation, and her new network. Show More Summary
On "Today," she admits "My words hurt people"
One year after Paula Deen's emotional meltdown on Today — in which she insisted she wasn't racist and claimed she didn't know the N-word was offensive — the chef returned to the morning show Tuesday in an attempt to revive her career. Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Today Paula Deen