Dirty Talk with Keliegh Butt

Tuesday October 17th, 2017

Nova Scotia actor John Dunsworth, best known for his portrayal of Mr. Lahey on Trailer Park Boys, has died. He was 71. “With heavy and broken hearts the family of John F. Dunsworth would like to let people know that our amazing husband, father and grandfather John Dunsworth has passed away," his daughter Sarah Dunsworth said in a statement to CBC News on Monday. "John left this world peacefully after a short and unexpected illness.” Born in Bridgewater, Dunsworth was a part in the Nova Scotia theatre and acting community for decades. He moved to Toronto in the mid-'60s, and began performing on stage while attending the University of Guelph. 


Ed Sheeran is on the mend after he broke his arm in a cycling accident this weekend, and now he may have to postpone several dates on his current world tour. "I've had a bit of a bicycle accident and I'm currently waiting on some medical advice, which may affect some of my upcoming shows," Sheeran wrote Monday morning on Instagram alongside a pic of his right arm in a cast. "Please stay tuned for further news." The 26-year-old pop star is scheduled to perform a string of shows in Asia beginning October 22.


Malia Obama has reportedly been subpoenaed for a deposition to find out if she saw or heard anything regarding Harvey Weinstein’s alleged sexual assaults during her internship at the production company. Malia interned for the company for three months earlier this year, where she was involved in the development of new projects, including reading scripts and pitching ideas to executives. 


Kevin Smith absolutely hates that his career is forever tied to Harvey Weinstein. Saying "My entire career is tied up with the man. Everything I did in the beginning has his name on it. After the stories came to light about the exploits of his longtime producer, Kevin decided to give back. He will be giving all his future earning from all the Weinstein movies he did at the beginning of his career— Clerks, Mallrats, Chasing Amy, etc. — to Women In Film, a nonprofit that helps women coming up in the industry to achieve their dreams. In addition, in case that number drops off thanks to The Weinstein Company tanking, he says he'll give an additional $2,000 a month for the rest of his life.


Piers Morgan called out Kate Winslet for being a hypocrite after she denounced Harvey Weinsten and declared that she stood up to the producer by refusing to thank him when she won her 2009 Oscar for The Reader. Morgan said "How does the same Kate Winslet square all this with the fact that she has no problem at all working for both Woody Allen and Roman Polanski?" He goes on to point out that Winslet was asked by the New York Times last month if allegations against Allen made her pause before agreeing to star in his forthcoming film Wonder Wheel. "As an actor in the film... you put it to one side and just work with the person," she responded. "Woody Allen is an incredible director. So is Roman Polanski. I had an extraordinary working experience with both of those men and that’s the truth."

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