Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee is criticizing Natalie Portman for glamorizing out-of-wedlock pregnancy.
During a radio appearance on The Michael Medved Show, Huckabee agreed with the radio host that seeing a visibly pregnant Portman on stage at Sunday's Academy Awards was "problematic" because she is not married to her fiancé and Black Swan choreographer, Benjamin Millepied.
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Forget Adam Lambert and Jamie Foxx. Kris Allen's first post-American Idol duet is with a former Republican presidential candidate: Mike Huckabee.
Allen, a Conway, Ark., native, teamed with Huckabee, the ex-governor of his home state, for a duet of The Beatles' "Yesterday" on Huckabee's Fox News Channel talk show, scheduled to air Saturday.
Huckabee, who often jams along with his musical guests, backed up the Season 8 champ on ...
What's a former governor and presidential candidate to do when it's all over? For Mike Huckabee, it's heading to TV. In a move similar to many a retired sports star, the 2008 Republican White House hopeful has joined the Fox News Channel's series America's Election HQ as a contributing pundit.Huckabee, who was previously governor of Arkansas, withdrew his candidacy in March, when John McCain's delegate count qualified him as the presumptive GOP pick. Per Variety, former governor will now be a regular contributor to HQ. Will you be tuning in for his analyses? If we're lucky, maybe he'll invite celeb fan Chuck Norris to the set. Anna DimondUse our Online Video Guide to see some of Huckabee's previous TV appearances.
It was Oscar's 80th birthday, but it only felt like Sunday night's show went on for 70 years. (Official count: three hours, 20 minutes.) Its an annual ritual, beating up on the annual Academy Awards broadcast for being too long, bloated, boring. That can especially be a problem when the show is as free of surprise as this year's was true, Marion Cotillard's victory over Julie Christie for best actress was unexpected (though well earned), and I loved her gracious and giddy speech (one of the night's few truly memorable and spontaneous moments), but seriously, how many people saw either of their movies?In a year when most of the major film contenders fell something short of cultural phenomena, it's up to the host to make the show relevant and dynamic. Jon Stewart had his work cut out for him, with precious little prep time thanks to the writers strike, not to mention the preoccupation of an ongoing, historic presidential campaign that inspired some of his best jokes...