QVC isn’t completely pulling the plug on Paula Deen, but they are taking a break. Both posted letters to the public on Thursday explaining the nature of their future relationship.
“Extra’s” AJ Calloway talked with business mogul Donald Trump about Paula Deen’s fall from grace after admitting to using racial slurs. Does he think she can bounce back after losing sponsors?
Homemaking maven Martha Stewart can certainly empathize with disgraced celebrity chef Paula Deen.
Celebrity chef Paula Deen broke down in tears on Wednesday during an interview with the “Today” show’s Matt Lauer. The anchor cut to the chase, asking Deen directly if she was a racist and if she would have fired herself over using racial slurs.apology in the interview, told Lauer she was not a racist, adding, "I believe that… every one of God’s creatures was created equal. I believe that everyone should be treated equal, that’s the way I was raised and that’s the way I live my life"
Celebrity chef Paula Deen and her family are continuing with damage control after Deen admitted to using racial slurs in a deposition filed last week.
Bobby told CNN’s Chris Cuomo on Tuesday, “Our mother was under oath, asked in a deposition to pore over her entire life, and to admit whether she had ever heard or used this word,” Bobby continued. “And it broke her heart to have to answer truthfully and say yes that she had.” But, according to Bobby, “That is not her heart. It is certainly not the home that we were raised in.”
Deposed butter queen Paula Deen has been living high off the hog, raking in millions with her Food Network shows, cookware and books. While she’s worth an estimated $17 million, the celebrity chef could soon find herself out of work, after admitting to using racial slurs.
Celebrity chef Paula Deen may be losing another lucrative business deal… with QVC, which is looking into their “business relationship" with the star. The Food Network announced Friday that they would not renew their contract with Deen.apologized in two YouTube videos on Friday, insisting that “inappropriate and hurtful language is totally, totally unacceptable.”
UPDATE: The Food Network will not renew Paula's contract when it expires at the end of the month, reports TMZ.
Celebrity chef Paula Deen apologized for her recent admission in a controversial discrimination lawsuit deposition that she has used racial slurs.