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Golden Globe Audience Humiliated By Host Jim Gaffigan

via Late Night with Seth Meyers
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The Golden Globes host, Jim Gaffigan, subtly referenced the scrutiny on Hollywood elites associated with Jeffrey Epstein, using dark humor in his opening monologue.

“The Golden Globe. I mean, I can’t even believe I’m in the entertainment industry. It’s so unlikely. I’m from a small town in Indiana. I’m not a pedophile. I don’t know if that’s a new category here, but…” Gaffigan began.

A-list actors like Leonardo DiCaprio were mentioned in recent Epstein papers, with Epstein name-dropping his Hollywood connections during massages. (Trending: Chilling Arrest Footage of Trump Co-Defendant Provides Glimpse Into Jack Smith Probe)

The release of the papers led to fireworks between Aaron Rodgers and Jimmy Kimmel, with denials and name-calling.

Other high-profile celebrities like Bill Clinton, Bruce Willis, and Cameron Diaz were also named, with immediate denials of association.

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