So, let's talk seriously here, New York magazine. Or rather, let's talk about Seriously?! You got all clever and put together a video suggesting–no wait, accusing Erin of flat out stealing the idea for the segment from SNL and Seth Meyers.
Well listen here, New York: we beat you to that joke about us. Yup. In fact, Erin called herself out in a Seriously?! segment that, as luck would have it, called you out for going with the done a zillion times already naked pregnant lady cover.
Now, sure. In fairness you didn't see that segment since we weren't exactly on the air yet. It was during one of our rehearsal shows, which we wisely didn't put on TV. But we're fairly sure it still counts. And since we can already hear you calling our bluff, and getting ready to get all pithy on your blog, we decided to post the segment. Enjoy!
In an exclusive interview with CNN's Erin Burnett, filmmaker and model Christy Turlington describes the ways hundreds of thousands of women lose their lives every year in childbirth. "The majority of deaths," Turlington says, are from women bleeding to death because they simply have no available medical care nearby.
Turlington directed a film, No, Woman, No Cry, on the subject of maternal deaths and disabilities around the world. In the course of making the film she traveled throughout the U.S. and parts of the developing world where mothers are dying needlessly.
The entire interview airs on Erin Burnett OutFront tonight at 7 p.m. ET on CNN.