Former White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer returned to screens on Monday, wearing a neon-green frilled shirt and dancing to the Spice Girls. Though many on the internet vented their views over such a controversial political figure being part of the show.
A new venture would involve complicated rights — and possible lawsuits.
The 65-year-old’s history of peddling conspiracy theories and sharing racist and Islamophobic views should’ve set off alarm bells much earlier.
The rooster shirt is back!
Let's hope they don't taunt her a second time.
The video also pokes fun at the Tories’ newly-struck deal with the DUP (“We demand a shrubbery”) and there are cameo appearances
There is something especially insidious about a show with such a checkered racial history using racism to drum up drama, ratings
'Leading Britain into isolation.'
Tweeters noted the contrast between the Mail’s drawing of May standing beneath the British flag and one of her being depicted
'Dude, you've got to get out of the car.'