Coco Johnsen, an African-American model who dated television host Bill Maher in the early part of the millennium, has a bit of advice for him following his use of a racial slur: don’t.
That number is 16%, more than blacks, more than Jews, more than numerous other minority groups who seem to have no problem making themselves heard and getting Congress to do their bidding. Here’s what I wish I’d been quick enough to say in the moment: “Hold up, why would you think it’s OK to use that word? But free speech comes with a responsibility to speak up when folks use that word. Maher has been particularly outspoken recently about political correctness on college campuses, and has chided protesters who have staged demonstrations when conservative figures have come to speak. He finished his routine by urging a standing ovation for Maher, who blew a kiss to the audience as he moved toward his mark on the stage.'s format is a throwback to a seventies talk show—with a monologue, an interview, a panel discussion, some jokes, and a closing argument—but here everything is done without the benefit of breath-catching commercial breaks.He's addicted to provocation, and more often than not, he's driving his show into a brick wall by design."It's really old-school in that sense," says Larry Wilmore, who hosted his own series, on Comedy Central, until last year. The preparation that goes into making it look effortless like he does is extraordinary."Onstage, Maher wore a black suit, white shirt, and blue tie.He congratulated the audience on making it through Donald Trump's first hundred days.Famous women who have dated Bill Maher, listed alphabetically with photos when available. These women come in all shapes and sizes, but what they all have in common is that they're all women who Bill Maher has either dated or canoodled with.