Stacey Dash sure has come a long way since her days on Clueless. She is currently a cast member of Fox Channel. Stacey will be giving the cultural capital talks and delivering the latest tidbits of information that have become the hallmark of today’s age.
Stacey Dash "will offer cultural analysis and commentary across various daytime and primetime programs," according to a press release from the network.
At least this is what the tweet she left behind on Twitter shows her present status to be. Stacey bucked up Mitt Romney way back in 2012 by tweeting "The only choice for your future". She in fact declared him to be the only alternative for a better tomorrow.
That one comment led to her becoming literally a celebrity. Ever since that tweet, she has been in the media limelight. Some of the decisions she has taken since that fateful day have not been taken too positively by many Republicans.
"I tweeted my opinion and when I woke up the next morning, my life had changed,” the 47-year-old actress told Elle on Wednesday. "I tweeted something once.") "And since then, anything I say has been newsworthy. I say something and then it's newsworthy."
A playboy centerfold photo shoot, foul language on a funny series and a Kanye West music video clip have been some of the controversial things she has partaken in up until now.
And finally there is her shading which gets in the way of a conservative agenda. But she is not one to back down or take it sitting down. Stacey Dash has verve and vim and vitality.
Stacey Dash even wants to run for president one day, such is her overarching ambition. Imagine, the first black female president of the United States.
In the capacity of a Republican, a Black American, a feminist and a pop legend, Stacey has command and presence. She does not spout clichés or suffer fools gladly. And she sticks to her roots which are the South of Bronx. Stacey is on the side of domestic goddesses.
She decided to stick up for stay-at-home Patricia Heaton when the world was condemning her for her comedy flick Mom's Night Out, which is in theaters now. The New York Times condemned the comedy movie by calling it "an insult to the millions of women who have much more to deal with."
But Dash came to the defense via her Tiwtter. According to Stacey, such individuals are the ruling spirits of our homes. "Stay-at-home mothers are building our future," she said. "And I feel like if we had more of them, our society would not be in such a decline."
And she regards the feminist platform to be one of free yet responsible choices. "Feminism is being able to have the choice," she said. "The choice to be a CEO, to be an executive, to be a journalist, to be a congresswoman, to be a mother, a stay-at-home mother, to be a wife.”
Finally, Stacey knows how to deal with any negative comments she gets on her twitter page. She has the response-ability needed to deal with the doubt-mongers among us.