NEW YORK DAILY NEWS
Friday, November 6, 2015, 6:48 PM
Louis CK doesn’t plan on watching Donald Trump on “Saturday Night Live” this weekend. “I doubt it,” he told us at a MoMA screening of his new film “Trumbo,” which tells the story of blacklisted screenwriter Dalton Trumbo. Though Trumbo faced years of persecution for his politics, CK says the silver lining to his life story is the ultimate failure of political demagogues like Joseph McCarthy. “They work for a little while but eventually you have to get rid of them,” he said. Kind of like jokes.
ELVIS HAS ENTERED THE HALL
Broadcasting superstar Elvis Duran has been inducted into the National Radio Hall of Fame. The I Heart Radio deejay was honored in Chicago at the Museum of Broadcast and Communications after fans voted him number one in the category of “Music Format On-Air Personality.” Also nominated were radio personalities Ryan Seacrest, Steve Harvey, and Delilah. IHeart Media president Tom Poleman presented Duran with the award.
A BUNCH OF BUNDCHEN
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump points into the crowd as he heads off stage at the Atkinson Country Club in Atkinson, N.H., Monday.
Supermodel Gisele Bündchen held up a photo of one of the most beautiful people on Earth – Gisele Bündchen – during a book launch at Livraria da Vila bookstore in Sao Paulo, Brazil. Bündchen’s limited edition, 536-page, Taschen coffee table book details the 35-year-old model’s 20-years in the business and retails for $ 700. Yes, that’s right, $ 700.
MOB WIVES GET RICH
There was a new Don in town when Daily News photo editor Richard Kowalchik ran into “Mob Wives” Marissa Jade and Karen Gravano at the Astoria hotspot La Sala on Thursday night. The popular VH1 show’s sixth season is slated to start on Jan. 13, 2016. We hear that Kowalchik doesn’t play a major role in the upcoming season.
Radio Host Elvis Duran has been inducted into the National Radio Hall of Fame.
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Gisele Bündchen’s coffe table book sells for $ 700.
Angelina Jolie was a sight to see at the “By The Sea” premiere in LA.
A CLOSE CALL FOR HEALTH CARE
Actress Glenn Close was named WebMD’s 2015 People’s Choice Winner for her dedication to fighting mental health issues. The “Damages” actress’ sister Jessie, who has struggled with bipolar disorder, presented Glenn with the award. “To say I am grateful to be alive, grateful to Glenn, is an understatement,” she said. Also in attendance at the Midtown event were Seth Rogen, Fran Drescher and the event’s host, Robin Roberts.