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The actor told Steve-O that she and Common became friends when they met on the set of the 2019 film "The Kitchen" and are now "f**king."
With so many other celebrities also announcing a run for office, West should watch the throne.
"Being there was like being there for all my friends whose funerals I already went to," the actor said. "All the tears I ever wanted to cry were coming out."
Here's what she's been watching ("Tiger King," "I Love Lucy") and doing (conferencing with her co-stars) during the pandemic.
"I rubbed it like the Aladdin lamp," the "Like a Boss" star told Jimmy Fallon on "The Tonight Show."
The comedian and actor discovered her Jewish roots after reconnecting with her father, an Eritrean Jew.
Meryl Streep and Susan Sarandon are going to want to hear this.
"I felt like he had poo'd on my soul so then I decided to poop in the sole of his shoes," the "Night School" star said.
The comedian, whose dad was an Eritrean Jew, said the hardest part of getting ready for the ceremony is learning to read another language.
The beauty biz comedy promises to "get ugly" — and one fierce punch is thrown.