Martha Stewart and Seth Meyers and Drake, oh my! Oh, and Carrie Underwood is soon to commit a foul.
"Why won’t the government intervene to stop this Carrie Underwood 'The Sound of Music'? I worry about the world we’re leaving our children." —@colefarrell
The media mogul came, saw, and tasted Indy for a day and a half—but what she said about press coverage of her prison time provided some food for thought.
We expected. She delivered. She even penned her own dispatch to the world at large about her time in Indy. But what to make of Tuesday's comments, comparing her personal strife to a mass tragedy? Sorry, Martha—that’s not “a good thing.”
The 72-years-young media mogul appeared in Indy for the inaugural Indiana Governor’s Conference for Women and stepped aside with us for a couple minutes.
About local-favorite Long’s Bakery, Stewart tells IM, “They let me go in the back and photograph the entire doughnut-making process. We ate so many of them.”
Ahead of her address today at the JW Marriott, the business-and-lifestyle magnate dined downtown.
She enjoyed buffalo margherita pizza, vegetarian double chopped salad, and dessert at the downtown location of Indy's own Martha Hoover's Neapolitan-style pie spot.