On Jan. Warnings were circulated in the media, mostly in British tabloids but also in more reputable outlets like CBS and BBC , launching an international hysteria which, of course, soon became prime fodder for parody and memes. In an interview with Vanity Fair during which she was hooked up to a lie detector, Palmer was asked who was a better vice president: True Jackson, VP a character she played on a Nickelodeon show of the same name , or Dick Cheney. Sorry to this man. The unintentional diss cracked people up and quickly became a meme. Palmer herself even posted one on Instagram.
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Bill " Bojangles " Robinson May 25, — November 25, was an American tap dancer, actor, and singer, the best known and most highly paid black American entertainer in America during the first half of the twentieth century. His began in the age of minstrel shows and moved to Vaudeville , Broadway theatre, the recording industry, Hollywood films, radio and television. According to dance critic Marshall Stearns, "Robinson's contribution to tap dance is exact and specific. He brought it up on its toes, dancing upright and swinging", giving tap dancing a "hitherto-unknown lightness and presence. He is also credited with having coined the word copasetic in popular culture via his repeated use of it in Vaudeville and radio appearances. Robinson was a popular figure in both the black and white entertainment worlds of his era. He is best known today for his dancing with Shirley Temple in a series of films during the s, and for starring in the musical Stormy Weather , loosely based on his own life and selected for preservation in the National Film Registry. He used his popularity to challenge and overcome numerous racial barriers, including becoming:. Robinson came under heavy criticism for his tacit acceptance of racial stereotypes of the era, with critics calling him an Uncle Tom.
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