The video, a spin on Jimmy Kimmel’s 'Mean Tweets' video, features celebrities reading antisemitic posts at a time of increasing coronavirus-related anti-Jewish sentiment.
The event, led by the World Health Organization (WHO) and the nonprofit group Global Citizen, told the personal stories of teachers and healthcare, grocery, delivery, postal and other workers.
When asked by Kimmel if his parents approved of how he planned on spending the money, Burd unhesitatingly shook his head and said "no" as the audience laughed.
“I’m not saying I’ll just disappear like J. D. Salinger. I’ll be a writer and . . .” said Tarantino, who is married to Israeli singer/model, Daniella Pick.
The skit involves Hollywood celebrities reading aloud poorly written statements from critics found on Twitter.
Somebody's feelings were hurt!
Euro-pop band Depeche Mode returns to Tel Aviv to do what it does best.