CBS News will broadcast "The Gayle King Interview with R. Kelly", a one-hour primetime special featuring exclusive interviews with the embattled R&B singer and two women who live with him, tonight at 8/7c on CBS. "'And could you let the rest of your colleagues know that all black people do not look alike'". "So many people started sending this to me, because I normally don't watch Fox News, unless I'm just curious to see what's going on and what other people are thinking".
Right as King sat down across from Colbert, she excitedly revealed that she'd just gotten a personal phone call from iconic musician Elton John moments before coming out onto stage. "I can't understand, how somebody say they love you, and in the same breath spit in your motherfucking face".
Colbert noted "it's not OK, but it's OK".
According to Deadline, during a segment that aired Wednesday on Fox's The Five, host Jesse Watters thought he was giving King a compliment for her unflappable composure and professionalism during her now, much publicized R. Kelly interview, which aired Wednesday.
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Gayle King had the flawless response when a political commentator confused her with Robin Roberts.
Later in the show a sheepish Watters apologized yet again with a note on a whiteboard that read, "I'm sorry Gayle + Robin". And what does King have to say about it?
King said she thought that if she told him to calm down, it would make the situation worse. "I cannot think of another case where there is this anger on so many sides, and you can understand why there would be".
For three days, "CBS This Morning" has aired portions of King's 80-minute sitdown in Chicago with Kelly - his first TV interview since pleading not guilty last month to 10 counts of aggravated criminal sexual abuse for alleged misconduct occurring between 1998 and 2010.
"I never thought that he was going to hurt me or hit me", she added. "I'm fighting for my f*cking life!"