Sarah Silverman is a comedian. She doesn't exactly have a clean mouth.
Sarah Silverman's Boobs: Still Huge, Possibly Fake
Back in August, Sarah Silverman's cleavage stole the show at the Hollywood Foreign Press banquet, which is an annual event that the world showed an interest in for the first time, all because of Sarah's boobs.
Not unlike the Wicked Witch of the West returning her flying monkeys to their cages, Sarah put her breasts away for a while, figuring their work was done. Thankfully, she unleashed her glorious girls once again at a premiere event in LA last night:
Sarah Silverman: Stoned at the Emmys?
Sarah Silverman picked up an award for Outstanding Writing for a Variety Program at the 2014 Emmys last night, and it seems the actress and comedienne may have started celebrating before she even hit the red carpet.
Even though Silverman was one of the fashion hits of the Emmys she clearly didn't want to engage in the typical "Who are you wearing?" banter so she permitted E! News' Giuliana Rancic to go through her clutch.
Sarah Silverman Appears on Jimmy Kimmel Live, Returns Ex-Boyfriend's Stuff
Sarah Silverman was a guest on Jimmy Kimmel Live last night, appearing to promote her new stand-up special… and also to give back a bunch of Kimmel's stuff, seeing as these two dated for five years until breaking up in 2008.
It was a tad awkward ("It's like I never left, only you're married!" Silverman quipped upon sitting down), but mostly just plain awesome.
Sarah Silverman, Michael Cera Launch JASH YouTube Channel at SXSW
Sarah Silverman, Michael Cera, Tim and Eric (from Tim & Eric Awesome Show) and Reggie Watts have launched a new, Google-funded YouTube channel, JASH.
Each of them will get their own section within the channel where they have creative control as well as production and editing equipment at their disposal.
Sarah Silverman Defends Django Unchained, Use of N-Word
Sarah Silverman is standing up for the concept of art. And the pervasive use of a certain racial slur. Allow us to explain...
With Spike Lee criticizing director Quentin Tarantino for the abundance of N-Word utterances in Django Unchained (over 110, according to unofficial counts), the female comedian is coming out in defense of the film and wondering: