Dating a globe

Not to mention, they also attended the annual BAFTA Tea Party in LA just the day before. eyebrow-raising joke from the host, and this year's came at the expense of Caitlyn Jenner.The Golden Globes are the first big awards ceremony in the Hollywood calendar.

Imagine a 5’2” twenty something peeking over the steering wheel of a white cargo van, winding through Navajo Nation with distinct red hues gleaming off pillar shaped rock formations in the distance, 80’s pop blaring through the speakers, and a miniature sheep peeking out the passenger window. I’m Anna, a writer and digital storyteller with an appetite for adventure, a desire for simplicity, and nomadic tendencies."To be honest with you, I don't see dating women in the future," Jenner reveals."I've been there, done that, had three ex-wives." When one of her friends suggests that now it might be time for an ex-husband, she responds: "That's right."You can catch the full preview below.Ricky Gervais—who is known for his no-holds-barred humor—took a crack at Jenner's driving during one of his Globe monologues, deadpanning how she "she didn't do a lot for women drivers" this year (referencing the fatal car accident Jenner was involved in last February).The social media backlash to the comment was almost immediate, but Gervais brushed it off, responding on Twitter: "Suggesting a joke about Caitlin [sic] Jenner is automatically transphobic is like suggesting a joke about Bill Cosby is automatically racist," he tweeted.

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