As. If. Stacey Dash, the perennially youthful/occasionally-employed actress who played Dionne in ’90s cultural touchstone Clueless is joining that bastion of conservative crazy, Fox News, as a contributor.
Way shit, Tai. Dash was a vocal supporter of Mitt Romney in the 2012 election:
During which she came out as a raging conservative:
Perhaps, but homegurl hasn’t done anything of note since appearing in Kanye West’s “All Falls Down” video.
Shade—but yes. According to Fox News, Dash “will offer cultural analysis and commentary” across daytime and primetime shows.
“Stacey is an engaging conversationalist whose distinctive viewpoints amongst her Hollywood peers have spawned national debates,” Bill Shine, EVP of Programming, told MediaBistro. “We’re pleased to have her join Fox News.”
Surely Stacey can only add to the fair and balanced rhetoric we’ve come to expect from the network.
And she also, not coincidentally, adds some much-needed diversity to the somewhat homogenous [read: openly racist] network:
Stacey could present her ideas on a number of issues, such as immigration reform:
Or marriage equality:
Or, the Department of Veteran Affairs:
Most importantly, since she’ll be hanging around the studio all the time, she can befriend “clueless” pundit Ann Coulter.:
So Stacey Dash fans rejoice. She’s going to be a great pundit and her career will be totally fine:
Meanwhile, this walk down Memory Lane has got me all nostalgic. So let’s all drop it low and pick it up slow to Iggy Azalea’s brilliant Clueless homage, “Fancy”: