Transcript for Hundreds of Fans Walk Out on Amy Schumer's Stand-Up Show
How about some news that goes "Pop," Lara? We begin with "Pop news." Nearly 200 fans walked out of Amy Schumer's show. After she began bashing trump. She called the candidate an Orange, sexually assaulting, fake college-starting monster. She asked a supporter to join her on stage to say why he was voting for trump. When fans booed, she invited them to leave. The audience members saying it just became too political. One tweeted I went to hear jokes. But with an audience of 8500 people, the show did go on. A lot of tension everywhere these days. A lot of tension, even in comedy. You were talking about it earlier. Also in "Pop news" this morning, two, not one, but two surprises from Sarah Jessica parker. She revealed in an interview with our pal, Jess Cagle, she almost didn't do the HBO show that made her so famous, because she thought she would be trapped and unable to do other things. She tried to get out of it. Executives convinced her to stay for one season, see if you like it. Thank goodness, she liked it. S.J.P. Also revealing a third film installment of "Sex tapped the city" is in the work. Saying it rests in the butler's pant pantry, not on the table. Somebody is holding it fairly nearby. How close is the butler's pantry? Don't you have a butler's pantry? Hopefully, it's near the table. Back together? Her show, "Divorce" is really good. It's another great S.J.P. Moment. Love her. Finally, in "Pop news" the desert trip megaconcert we have talked about. They put on a show that will have people rethinking the nickname, old-chella. Saturday night, sir Paul Mccartney called Rihanna up on stage. Mccart any enjoyed it imminencely, telling the estimated 80,000 concert Goers we finally found someone under the age of 50. Old-chella, as it's known, ended on Sunday. If that is what getting old looks like? Bring it on. Something tell us me it will be back. I've heard nothing but great, great things. Incredible. Amazing lineup. "Pop news" off to great star this week. The bar is set high. Coming up, new hope for
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