I mean it when I say: Thank God for comedians. With books and coffee (and occasional walk) the ease of hilarious people is one of the things that goes through me these weird, snowy days. Here are four current favorites, and I’d love to hear your …
Last weekend I ran into comedian Matthew Friend and got lost in his amazing impressions. Here Michael Bublé announces new music,, Rami Malek drinks coffee, or his series of celebrities who put on face masks, including Howard Stern ,, John Oliver, and my personal favorite, Jeff Goldblum. (To which Goldblum himself replied, “Exactly.”)
SNL member Chloe Fineman’s feed is probably even more fun than the show. Her impressions of celebrities like Drew Barrymore i Reese Witherspoon they are in place, but that is her view on pop culture Daphne Bridgerton, i Gillian-Anderson-as-Margaret-Thatcher u Crown (that perfect throaty voice!) who really understands me.
Colleague Kim reminded me of the wonderful Cear O’Sullivan, who offers her best various milks to An HR lady who stops by your office every Friday. But her impressions of her mother must not be missed her first visit to Chipotle,, the way he enters the room at 7 a.m. whenever Ceara visits the house, or how to use TV remote controls.
Leslie Jones we all know from the many roles and time spent in SNL. But her Instagram world in which we currently live, from politics to memes to TV shows, makes it a lot more fun. I love her recent posting of comments on the news singing Nicole Wallace of MSNBC a happy birthday songor dissecting the room behind the commentator, like a corner with candles,, built-in bookshelves i evening pearls. When I hear my neighbor’s television through the wall, I like to imagine what it would be like if she were Leslie’s neighbor instead. He can dream.
Who are your favorite comedians? What bills have made you laugh lately? Please share!