Entertainment James Woods makes homophobic crack after Anderson Cooper eye roll

22:37  12 may  2017
22:37  12 may  2017 Source:   Gossip Cop

Kellyanne Conway inspires epic Anderson Cooper eye roll

  Kellyanne Conway inspires epic Anderson Cooper eye roll Days after Saturday Night Live asked "Where in the World Is Kellyanne Conway?" the current Counselor to the President appeared on Anderson Cooper 360 to discuss Donald Trump's recent firing of FBI Director James Comey - and in the process, inspired an epic eye roll from Cooper.  The host had been questioning Conway about the dismissal, specifically because the surprising move was in direct contrast with the sentiments Trump expressed while on the campaign trail, where he often praised Comey's choice to reopen an investigation into Hillary Clinton's emails.

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James Woods made a crack about Anderson Cooper using a “b*** plug.” The homophobic swipe was in response to Cooper’s now-viral eye roll. See screengrab below.

As Gossip Cop reported, Cooper was interviewing Kellyanne Conway via satellite on CNN earlier this week when she made a bragging comment about Donald Trump winning in Michigan. As he listened, the “Anderson Cooper 360” host rolled his eyes. Over the last few days, clips of the moment, as well as gifs, have flooded social media.

Most were amused by Cooper’s reaction, but not Woods. Instead, he used the gif to make a comment about the openly-gay journalist’s sex life. “As his b*** plug dislodges during a newscast… #andersoncoopereyeroll,” the conservative actor cracked. And he was apparently so proud of his dig that he later retweeted it. Cooper has not responded to the off-color remark.

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As noted earlier Friday, “The View” co-hosts also debated Cooper’s eye roll, but in a far different manner. Some have accused the veteran journalist’s dismissive behavior towards Conway as sexist. The panelists largely agreed that this was not an example of sexism, but conservative panelist Jedediah Bila argued that the left would’ve been quick to call it that had a liberal been the victim, as opposed to the right-leaning Conway.

But far from having a remotely homophobic conversation, guest co-host Hasan Minhaj, who is straight and married, was secure enough to compliment Cooper’s looks, particularly his eyes. As for Woods, he’s no stranger to provoking controversy on Twitter. In fact, in 2015, Woods actually sued a fellow Twitter user for $10 million over a “cocaine addict” tweet. And even though the man who made the allegation is now deceased, the star is still pursuing his lawsuit. 

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The NHL, NHLPA, Anaheim Ducks and Ryan Getzlaf missed the opportunity to identify and admit to a metaphor for homophobia that exists inside hockey’s DNA, and start down the path to removing it. “This is the reason why hockey culture and sports culture is the way it is,” said Brock McGillis, a former OHL and CIS goalie who came out only after he was certain his days inside the game were over. “I was a part of that culture. I said those words. Now, I’m trying to shift it. We need to be better.”Today McGillis is an openly gay advocate for kids who are growing up the same way he did.

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