Ricky Gervais STILL roast celebrities signaling virtue lecturing on Covid-19 – RT USA News


    Le comédien Ricky Gervais incendie des célébrités en quête d'attention pendant la pandémie de Covid-19 aussi brutalement que lorsqu'il a accueilli les Golden Globes, affirmant que "les gens sont juste fatigués de recevoir des conférences" dans une nouvelle interview.

À ce stade, plus d'un mois après la pandémie, il y a un trou de lapin de vidéos de célébrités prêchant au reste du monde sur le coronavirus, et Gervais pense qu'il sait pourquoi.

“Now celebrities think,” The general public needs to see my face. They can’t go to the movies – I have to do something “,” the comedian said in an interview published Thursday in the New York Times of all locations.

“And that’s when you look them in the eye, you know that even if they do something good, they sort of think,” I could cry how good I am. “Oh my dear,” He continued.

Gervais specifically targeted the now infamous “Imagine” video directed by “Wonder Woman” star Gal Gadot and other celebrities covering the classic John Lennon / Yoko Ono song.

“You won’t hear me complaining”, Gervais said locking measures. “Not when every day I see a millionaire celebrity leave,” I’m sad not to be on TV tonight. ” Or, “I swam in the pool which made me feel a little better.” ”

He then began to sing the first line of “Imagine”.

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Since the very beginning of the Covid-19 closings, celebrity messages have fallen flat on the quarantined public. There was New York Governor Andrew Cuomo deploying actors Ben stiller and Danny DeVito to preach his order to stay inside.

Pop singer Madonna has been skewered on social media for a video of her naked in a bathtub, calling the coronavirus the great “Equalizer”.

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TV host Ellen DeGeneres was the target of similar mockery for comparing her forties inside a mansion to the prison.

The “Imagine” video itself has become little more than fodder for humorous covers mocking the desperate attention of celebrities during a pandemic. Conservative actor and filmmaker Nick Searcy parodyed him with “Imagine there is no game.”

The roasting of celebrities is an increasingly common theme in Gervais’ comedy. He made waves in January hosting the Golden Globes and used his opening monologue to roast celebrities for the purpose of signaling virtue and hypocrisy with beards like, “If ISIS launched a streaming service, you would call your agent, right? ”

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