Apparently, the female interviewer who felt on the spot criticized the weight of the actress after the actress walked away.

This B+ list mostly television actress who has been on television for a couple decades now and was recently booted off a now defunct show, really spoke her mind when being interviewed on the red carpet. Apparently, the female interviewer who felt on the spot criticized the weight of the actress after the actress walked away.

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Golden Globes

This B+ list mostly television actress who has been on television for a couple decades now and was recently booted off a now defunct show, really spoke her mind when being interviewed on the red carpet.

Apparently, the female interviewer who felt on the spot criticized the weight of the actress after the actress walked away.

Debra Messing

Golden Globes 2018: Debra Messing Calls Out E! for Equal Pay Dispute

“Tonight, we’re not asking who are you wearing—we’re asking why are you wearing,” Giuliana Rancic said at the start of her first 2018 Golden Globes red carpet interview, with Debra Messing. Though the trappings of the E! broadcast were very much the same—the Glambot did not take the night off—the interviews were unlike any others, with actress after actress in black taking the opportunity to speak about the Time’s Up initiative and their efforts to combat harassment and inequality in the workplace.

“We want diversity, we want intersectional gender parity, and we want equal pay,” said Messing, before diving into a topic that E! producers surely would have rather avoided: Catt Sadler’s decision to leave the network after discovering her male co-host earned double her salary. Messing continued, “I was so shocked to hear E! doesn’t believe in paying their female co-hosts the same as their male co-hosts. I miss Catt Sadler. We stand with her.” – Source