Jon Hamm isn’t apologizing for his terse words directed at Kim Kardashian in a recent Elle interview. As gossipdavid.com reported yesterday, Jon says the attack was not “personal.” Now check out the video in this E! interview:
First, Jon Hamm cited Kim Kardashian as an example of “stupidity” and being a “f—ing idiot” in a British Elle interview Then, she tweeted that his comments were “careless.”
Now, he’s spoken out — again!
“It’s surprising to me that it has become remotely a story,” he told E! News. “I don’t know Ms. Kardashian, I know her public persona.”
Not content saying enough, he added, “What I said was meant to be more on pervasiveness of something in our culture, not personal, but she took offense to it and that is her right.”
Kim Kardashian isn’t turning a blind eye to Mad Men star Jon Hamm‘s comment that she’s among those who are celebrated for being “stupid.”
“We’re at a place now where being ‘elite’ is somehow considered negative,” Jon tells British Elle.”Whether it’s Paris Hilton or Kim Kardashian or whoever, stupidity is certainly celebrated. Being a f*****g idiot is a valuable commodity in this culture because you’re rewarded significantly. It’s celebrated. It doesn’t make sense to me.”
Kim fired back yesterday, a few days after the interview was released, tweeting: “I respect Jon and I am a firm believer that everyone is entitled to their own opinion and that not everyone takes the same path in life.”
She added, “We’re all working hard and we all have to respect one another. Calling someone who runs their own businesses, is a part of a successful TV show, produces, writes, designs, and creates, ‘stupid,’ is in my opinion careless.”
Your move, Jon!
Wow, who knew Mad Men‘s Jon Hamm concerned himself with Kim Kardashian or Paris Hilton.
But he does apparently: He’s blaming society’s ills on the pair, even though the extent of Paris’ relevance and reach is definitely questionable, in a new interview with Elle magazine.
The actor said, “We’re at a place where the idea of being ‘elite’ is somehow considered a negative. Whether it’s Paris Hilton or Kim Kardashian or whoever, stupidity is certainly celebrated.”
Wow. Did he take offense to something Kim said?
And he continued, “Being a [f******] idiot is a valuable commodity in this culture because you’re rewarded significantly. And incuriousness has become cool… It’s celebrated. It doesn’t make sense to me.”
Mad Men‘s back on March 25, and Entertainment Weekly‘s already gotten us jazzed up for it with this week’s new issue, featuring Jon Hamm aka Don Draper.
“I love going to work, so in that sense I could play Don for 100 years, Jon tells Entertainment Weekly. “But I realize we’re not on a treadmill, we’re on a thing that moves forward … and so I think these things should end, and they should end the way the guy that started it wants to end.”
The show’s creator and executive producer, Matthew Weiner, said of the upcoming season, “A lot of the decisions that Don makes may seem strange to the audience, but they’re going to seem strange to the people around him, too.”
He added, “He is coming into middle age, which was closer to old age back then. Existentialism is a young man’s game, and you can say what you want about how death nullifies things. But when you get closer to death, it starts to become more serious, and it’s harder to laugh it off and say, ‘I’m living for the moment.’”