When conservative commentator/right-wing superstar Ann Coulter is in the news, it’s usually for one of her controversial Fox News rants or hot takes on the happenings of the world.
The latest bombshell, however, couldn’t have been predicted by any of us.
Coulter is an infamous and quite controversial conservative pundit, who is often called racist for oftentimes jarring statements.
Walker has been known for his political views as well, once coming under fire for saying that he didn’t vote for Barack Obama in 2008 and wouldn’t in 2012 either.
In TV terms, they might best be described as “The Odd Couple.”Not so, says Lear, who broke the news about the Walker-Coulter relationship on an interview with “blackish” creator Kenya Barris for Entertainment Weekly.
When asked about Walker — who’s catchphrase was “dyno-mite” on “Good Times” — Lear revealed his own explosive news.“I love him; he’s a wonderful guy,” Lear said of Walker. “I spent an evening at the same table with them, so I know.”Lear, known as a longtime liberal who founded the progressive group “People for the American Way,” admitted he wasn’t sure about the planned dinner with Walker and Coulter — because of her right-wing views.
Lear said, “Ann Coulter was a dreamy, delicious, sweet person.”If another one of Lear’s other sitcom characters, Maude, were around today, she might say of that comment, “God’ll getcha for that, Norman!
In speaking about the show “Good Times,” Lear said that he knew Walker’s role on the show “could make him a star” before he dropped the news: “I love him.
Lear added that he and his wife have had dinner with Walker, 69, and 55-year-old Coulter, who turned out to be “a dreamy, delicious, sweet person.”" data-reactid="32"lack-ish show creator Kenya Barris in an interview for Entertainment Weekly. ”After reports of the interview began to surface, Coulter clarified things on Twitter. Walker spoke of his support for Donald Trump in a 2012 interview.
Lear added that he and his wife have had dinner with Walker, 69, and 55-year-old Coulter, who turned out to be “a dreamy, delicious, sweet person.”that Ann Coulter. Coulter has attempted to shut down the same rumors before, such as the time she was asked about her relationship with Walker on Huff Post Live in 2013, after the two were photographed together at an awards show.technically dating.
” Social media’s reaction was more like this: “Um, what?!
Famed TV producer Norman Lear says that Jimmie Walker — best known for his role as J. on one of Lear’s ’70s sitcoms, Good Times — and conservative pundit Ann Coulter are an item. J.’s signature line, “dyn-o-mite.”)Black-ish show creator Kenya Barris in an interview for Entertainment Weekly. She’s a very, very nice person, and I’m lucky to know her.”" data-reactid="42"“She does the Ann stuff,” he told the Electronic Urban Report. Read more from Yahoo Celebrity:" data-reactid="44"Whether Walker and Coulter are just friends or something more, they both consider themselves conservatives.