True to his nature, the sharp-tongued host held nothing back when addressing the 18-year-old star’s poor decision.
“That was pathetic,” Bill told his viewers after playing the video during the segment.“Her days of being a role model are long over.”
A video of Miley inhaling a substance called salvia sparked a media firestorm last Friday over the drug and the former Hannah Montana star’s current state.
“I’m having a little bit of a bad trip,” a disoriented Miley said in the video. “Is that a Liam look-alike — is that my boyfriend? Is that me tripping? Does that look like Liam at all? I want more of that s—.”
Bill O’Reilly sat down with The Insider, and opened up about the recent controversy surrounding comments he made about Jennifer Aniston. He was surprised when his comments about Jennifer Aniston’s film “The Switch” became national news. “I made one comment… that Ms. Aniston, who I actually like, shouldn’t be putting out there to young people that it’s ok, it’s a good thing, it’s a positive thing, for women to have babies without men. I don’t think that’s ok. But I also said right after that, I admire the millions of American women who raise their children on their own. And all of that was left out [of the media].”
His words for Aniston today? “You know Jennifer, look, nothing against you, [but] your initial statement promoting the movie was not wise.” He adds, “I’m not expecting Jennifer Aniston to like me. It would be good if she watched the program once in a while.”
While promoting her movie ‘The Switch’ earlier this week, Jennifer Aniston told reporters that women don’t need men to start a family or be good mothers. When Bill O’Reilly caught wind of her statement, he debated the topic of single motherhood on ‘The O’Reilly Factor’ and called out the 41-year-old actress. “She’s throwing a message out to 12-year-olds and 13-year-olds that, ‘Hey you don’t need a guy. You don’t need a dad.’ That is destructive to our society,” O’Reilly railed.
FOX News contributor Margaret Hoover and FOX News anchor Gretchen Carlson debated the topic with O’Reilly, admitting young teens wouldn’t be able to comprehend the vast differences between a 40-year-old woman and a teenager raising a child as a single mother. “She is glamorizing single parenthood,” Carlson said.
In ‘Switch,’ Aniston plays a woman who elects to take on life as a single parent through artificial insemination. During the movie’s press conference in LA, the actress admitted “times have changed” and women don’t need to rely on men to be good mothers.