I’m a little surprised that nobody else has posted about this.
At the New Year’s Eve celebration in Times Square, Anderson Cooper and Kathy Griffin were doing a live broadcast. Kathy (who is not exactly shy about her body) took off her coat, and briefly walked around in public and on live tv wearing just her bra above the waist. Toward the end of the segment, the broadcast went to CNN’s Don Lemon, who said to Kathy, “I have to say, nice rack. I didn’t know you had all of that.”
Now Kathy herself was apparently quite pleased with what he said. And she did look very nice indeed in just her bra. And it was really quite a nice-looking bra.
Do you think that what Don Lemon said was a compliment or an insult? Or maybe something in between? Regardless, do you think he should have phrased it differently?