Maren Morris has a Halloween costume in mind thanks to Tucker Carlson’s insult to her and her family.
On his show last night, the Fox News host compared the lyrics about Morris in “Famous Blue Raincoat” by the Doors to the lyrics about Meryl Streep in “Punch-Drunk Love” sung by Streep and her husband, screenwriter and producer Paul Newman.
Maren Morris wrote Monday night on Twitter: “I am thinking of wearing an old #TMZ photo of me and Paul Newman in #PunchDrunkLove as part of my #Halloween costume. Thank you @TuckerCarlson for your vile and insulting song ‘Famous Blue Raincoat.’ I will donate a portion of the profits of my upcoming October tour to #StopTheMSM.”
I am thinking of wearing an old #TMZ photo of me and Paul Newman in #PunchDrunkLove as part of my #Halloween costume. Thank you @tuckercarlson for your vile and insulting song “Famous Blue Raincoat. I will donate a portion of the profits of my upcoming October tour to #StopTheMSM.
On “Tucker Carlson Tonight,” Carlson told his viewers that the lyrics of the Doors song are a tribute to Streep in a movie from the same year: “You have to feel bad for Meryl Streep, I mean, you know what I’m saying, because she probably sang those words a year earlier, when we got Meryl Streep to do a movie in which she plays a lesbian, and it’s the same movie that she’s performing this Halloween.
“So Meryl Streep wrote a song about a lesbian, and it was sung by her in the same year that she was performing the film in which she plays a lesbian,” the “Tucker Carlson” host said. “That’s kind of like the first song that you hear in ‘PunchDrunkLove.’ It’s sort of like that. And now Meryl Streep is singing something that you don’t hear at all about a lesbian or