Did Sarah Palin pull strings to get Joan Rivers canceled?

Joan Rivers, who was booked on Fox to promote her upcoming television series, found her spot suddenly and suspiciously canceled after she made some less-than-complimentary remarks about Sarah Palin.  Fox claims that the cancelation was a simple mistake, but Rivers isn’t buying that story – she says that she’s paying the price for crossing one of Fox’s most important assets.

Rivers took to Twitter to voice her frustration over the cancelation, and to say that she most certainly doesn’t think the timing of the “accident” was coincidence.  Fox still maintains that they were always planning on rescheduling Rivers, but they could say anything at this point just to try to cover themselves

Joan and Melissa Rivers decide bullying isn’t socially profitable

Joan and Melissa Rivers, who are basically famous for being proud bullies and publicly hating celebrities on the red carpet, have decided to call it a day and try something else.  They claim that insulting celebrities isn’t fun anymore, because people are now too over-sensitive, and saying the wrong thing can get you ostracized or even worse.

It seems bullying is no longer considered cute or clever, go figure.  So what are the pair going to do instead?  They’re going to move in with each other and film the results for a reality show they’re working on together.  They’re a little late to the reality party, but I supposed there’s always room for one more.