11 pop culture face masks that would be fun to wear in public
Whether you like it or not, wearing a face mask in public has become the new norm when it comes to protecting yourself and others from COVID-19. Disposable face masks work great, but with no design whatsoever. (Whiskey and Zen/Etsy)Who wouldn’t love a face mask from the Rose Apothecary in Schitt’s Creek? This face mask hopefully will give people at the grocery store a chuckle. Wear a face mask around your friends and family to protect them from COVID-19, plus make some people smile with this “Golden Girls” tribute.
It’s ‘not blackface’: Hulu criticized for pulling ‘Golden Girls’ mud mask episode
Hulu recently removed an episode of “The Golden Girls” from its platform. Meanwhile, the woman’s mother, played by Virginia Capers, is upset because Dorothy’s son is white and her daughter is Black. The controversial scene comes when two of Dorothy’s friends — Rose, played by Betty White, and Blanche, played by Rue McClanahan — are trying out a mud face mask and meet Lorraine’s family for the first time. Twitter users were quick to criticize Hulu’s decision, with the most prevalent argument being that the characters weren’t actually wearing blackface. You can read the full story here.
'Golden Girls' Halloween Costumes Sell Out Barely a Week After Release
If you ever had dreams of actually becoming a Golden Girl, you're apparently not the only one. With Halloween right around the corner, Target debuted costumes modeled after the main characters in the popular comedy series The Golden Girls. There are options to dress up like Blanche Devereaux, Rose Nylund, Sophia Petrillo or Dorothy Zbornak. In recent years, the Golden Girls popularity has seen a resurgence after being introduced to a whole new generation through syndication, social media and streaming platforms. RELATED STORIES'The Golden Girls' Is Big Hit With Millennials, Who Came of Age Long After the Series EndedA La Carte Blanche: Check Out the Cafe Dedicated to 'The Golden Girls'Happy Birthday Betty! 'Golden Girls' Star Betty White Turns 95 With Celebrity Well-Wishes