The chat show host said that as a 'man of a certain age' the Monty Python star has said what he liked fro years, without consequence.
The actor was acquitted of multiple sexual assault charges in 2020 and has faced subsequent allegations, which he denies.
Frankie Boyle has no time for comedians who claim to have been 'silenced' when they're still on stage.
The 77-year-old Yorkshire comedian is known for his 'blue' humour, which some consider to be racist, sexist and generally offensive.
Merchant said he agonises over his own social media presence because he doesn't want to offend anybody.
Gervais opens the Netflix special pretending to struggle to name 'funny female comedians' before naming Eddie Izzard.
Osbourne said it's "very important" to her to have returned to television.
The 'Britain's Got Talent' judge says she sometimes feels like she's walking on eggshells.
Loose Women star Carol McGiffin says it's 'quite hard' to work in TV now because of an 'epidemic of offence' but that she won't 'pander to people who are perpetually offended'.
The TV presenter reflected on the moment he quit 'Good Morning Britain' a year ago, admitting he loved the job.
The stand-up comedian has said he is treating his next stand-up show as if it is the end of everything.
Davina McCall revealed her feelings about cancel culture in a new interview with Rylan Clark, claiming it is "really weird".
The 81-year-old director called The Old Vic's decision to cancel his theatre production a threat to 'Freedom of Recommendation'.
Johnny Depp speaks out against cancel culture, nearly one year after he lost his libel case against The Sun, which called him a "wife beater."
The comedian, who has not tweeted since January 2018, feels the social media platform is no longer a place he can speak freely.
The Scottish comedian and actor said 'comedy is no excuse to use disgusting and hurtful words'.
Thousands have signed a petition to allow Roy Chubby Brown to perform at Sheffield City Hall, after bosses decided to pull his show.
The 'Harry Potter' writer quipped the abuse she has received from trans activists has made her change her mind about gender identity.
Jimmy Carr said he's sure there will be a joke waiting on YouTube like a 'landmine', which will eventually go off.