Did social media kill the Razzies? Anne T. Donahue on the end of parody awards

Pop culture contributor Anne T. Donahue discusses the Razzie awards, the SAG Awards typo for Judi Dench and Princess Eugenie's engagement.
Photo by Amy McNeil. (Amy McNeil)

Every week, pop culture contributor Anne T. Donahue stops by to share two things she loves and one thing that she could live without. Today, she discusses the relevance of the parody Razzie awards in the social media age, Princess Eugenie's engagement and the SAG Award's typo for Judi Dench's nomination for best "leading roll."

 Produced by Vanessa Greco


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