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Longtime CBS personality Julie Chen is once again in the spotlight, normally a happy place for a television star used to attending glamorous celebrity events and walking red carpets.
But this time the experience is neither welcome nor enjoyable.
On top of that, because of your heritage, because of your Asian eyes, sometimes I’ve noticed when you’re on camera and you’re interviewing someone, you look disinterested, you look bored.’”Chen added: “As soon as my news director told me I would never see the anchor desk as long as he was news director in Dayton …
it told me, ‘Don’t think of building a life in Ohio—or a future…
And if you get this plastic surgery done, you’re going straight to the top.”“So, I consulted with my mother, and [she greeted me with] silence.
Aisha Tyler, a regular on “We bonded almost immediately because we are close in age, and I think we had similar experiences in a lot of ways, growing up as children in situations where we were one of very few people who looked like us…
The 48-year-old Chen—a CBS fixture for nearly two decades as the host of two profitable franchises, article reporting multiple instances of alleged workplace sexual misconduct by her husband and ultimate boss, CBS Chairman and CEO Leslie Moonves.
The 68-year-old Moonves continues to run the publicly traded company while awaiting the results of a corporate board-ordered investigation of the allegations, and battling with controlling shareholder Shari Redstone over CBS’ management structure and her plan to merge it with Viacom, CBS’ less successful corporate sibling.
“I was standing in the back and Julie was running the meeting; she ran all the meetings,” this person said. “I will say that there’s a strong thread of misogyny in what people say about Julie, because the underlying thread here is ' Oh, if she’s a woman, somehow she got where she is because of who she slept with.' And I think it’s extraordinarily sexist.”—contradict such characterizations of Chen’s behavior, and ascribe them to a pervasive culture, especially in the TV biz, of sexism and misogyny.“People love to smack-talk,” Tyler told The Daily Beast.
“She was going over what would happen in the show, saying, ‘I’ll say this, and then you’ll say that, and then this will happen,’ and so on. “I will say that there’s a strong thread of misogyny in what people say about Julie, because the underlying thread here is ' Oh, if she’s a woman, somehow she got where she is because of who she slept with.' And I think it’s extraordinarily sexist.”Tyler continued: “She’s an accomplished journalist. She got where she was far prior to the relationship that she’s in now.
Via Twitter, Chen issued a strong statement of support for her spouse of almost 14 years, the father of their young son, Charlie.