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Entertainment News Pop: Paula Deen Asked an Employee to Dress up Like Aunt Jemima and Other New Racist Accusations

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Entertainment News Pop: Paula Deen Asked an Employee to Dress up Like Aunt Jemima and Other New Racist Accusations

by Wochit 1:07 mins

Paula Deen's longtime friend Dora Charles opened up to The New York Times about what a real ass her BFF can really be. Charles and Deen have worked side-by-side for 22 years.Dora says Deen once requested that a worker named Jones to wear "an old-style Aunt Jemima outfit" while doing so. Jones apparently declined. Can you picture the X-Men movies without the talented Hugh Jackman? It's hard to imagine, but in reality, it almost happened.Dougray Scott was originally selected to play the role of Wolverine in 2000. Unfortunately for him, filming of his movie Mission Impossible 2 was delayed, making it impossible for him to take on another job. OWN executives announced, Craig Piligian, the executive producer behind the network's Raising Whitley has boarded the cable network's upcoming Lindsay Lohan docuseries during its presentation at the Television Critics Association's summer press tour.

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