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Oscars In Memoriam Snubs Include Florence Henderson, Garry Shandling (Video)

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Sara Bareilles sang a moving rendition of “Both Sides Now” along with the yearly In Memoriam tribute at the 2017 Academy Awards, and just like always, some names were left off the list. “Brady Bunch” mom Florence Henderson was a pointed omission, as was comedian and actor Garry Shandling, not to mention “Growing Pains” dad Alan Thicke. Though all three actors were more known for TV projects rather than films, some TV-centric actors were given a tribute, including Mary Tyler Moore. Also Read: Watch Sara Bareilles' Sing 'Both Sides Now' for Oscars 'In Memoriam' (Video) Also omitted, perhaps due to timing more than. »


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Bill Paxton’s Final People Interview Before His Unexpected Death: The Star Talks Being a Family Man

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A family representative confirmed on Sunday that Bill Paxton had died at age 61 due to complications from a surgery. Below is his final interview with People from earlier this year.

Just days after completing filming on the first season of Training Day, Bill Paxton was understandably exhausted.

“It’s a marathon,” the lead of the new CBS drama told People during what would be his final interview with the magazine before his unexpected death. “It was an incredible experience, but I’m ready for a break.”

On his final day on set for Training Day — which premiered Feb. 2 on CBS »


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Joseph Wapner, ‘People’s Court’ Judge, Dies at 97 (Report)

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Judge Joseph Wapner, retired L.A. County Superior Court Judge and the first judge to preside over “The People’s Court,” died Sunday at age 97, TMZ reports. Wapner served on the bench in Los Angeles for twenty years before signing on to serve as the first host of “The People’s Court” in 1981. Over his twelve years on the show, he helped turn the syndicated daytime show into a cultural phenomenon, which led to the creation of other court shows like “Judge Judy” and helped established reality TV as a lucrative genre. “The People’s Court” still airs today, with Judge. »


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George Michael’s Ex Opens Up About Love with Late Pop Star: We ‘Had a Really Good, Sweet Relationship’

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Kenny Goss, whom George Michael dated for 13 years and once intended to marry, is remembering his time with the late pop star fondly, noting that there was never any bad blood between the two.

During a recent interview with The Dallas Morning News, Goss said he can’t recall any time that the iconic British singer broke his heart.

“We just had a really good, sweet relationship,” Goss said, adding that the couple’s break-up was “just what it was.”

“We weren’t even mad at each other or anything like that.”

He added that the former love birds never grew apart, »


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Jimmy Kimmel Jokes He's Responsible for La La Land and Moonlight's Best Picture Switcheroo at the 2017 Oscars

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What else is there to do but laugh? The 2017 Oscars nearly ended on the wrong note, as La La Land was incorrectly given the award for Best Picture, only to have its producers concede to Dede Gardner, Jeremy Kleiner and Adele Romanski, the rightful winners from Moonlight. Amidst all the chaos, presenter Warren Beatty disavowed responsibility for the error by showing viewers that he had in fact mistakenly been given the envelope for Best Actress, which went to La La Land's Emma Stone. In the moment, host Jimmy Kimmel tried his best to do damage control. "Guys, this is very unfortunate what happened," he said. "Personally, I blame Steve Harvey for this." Harvey, of course, initially crowned the wrong »


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Mel Gibson Reveals First Picture of Newborn Son Lars – Dressed in a Miniature Tux!

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He’s only 5 weeks old, but Mel Gibson‘s son Lars Gerard is ready for his first red carpet.

During an on-camera red carpet interview with Channel 9’s Richard Wilkins at Sunday’s Academy Awards, the actor revealed the very first photo of his newborn, whom he welcomed last month with his girlfriend of two years Rosalind Ross.

“He’s great — he’s got a little tux on!” gushed Ross when asked how Lars, her first child and Gibson’s ninth, is doing.

“I’ve got to show you this picture. It’s killer,” said Gibson, 61, grabbing his cell phone »


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Classic Chrissy! Teigen Takes a Nap During Casey Affleck’s Oscars Acceptance Speech

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Oh, Chrissy!

Fans are well aware of Chrissy Teigen’s silly, care-free attitude, and couldn’t help but to laugh at her latest shenanigan: napping at the Oscars.

The supermodel and new mom was caught snoozing on her husband John Legend‘s shoulder at the 89th Academy Awards as Casey Affleck accepted the Best Actor award for his role in Manchester by the Sea.

Chrissy Teigen sleeping during the Oscars is my 2017 mood,” one Twitter user wrote alongside a photo of the model sleeping.

I think my favorite part of the Oscars so far has been Chrissy Teigen sleeping on John. »


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Emma Stone Addresses Oscars Mix-Up, Was Holding Her Best Actress Card The Whole Time

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Well, that was the most awkward thing to happen at the Oscars since Roberto Benigni smooched Halle Berry. The Academy has some explaining to do after the wrong film was named Best Picture. Producers of “La La Land” were nearly done their acceptance speeches, when Jordan Horowitz returned to the microphone announcing. “Moonlight won Best Picture,” […] »

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PricewaterhouseCoopers Apologizes to 'Moonlight' and 'La La Land' for Oscar Envelope Snafu

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There was a lot of apologizing following the 89th Academy Awards after presenters Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway were given the wrong envelope and announced that La La Land was the winner of Best Picture instead of the actual winner, Moonlight.

PricewaterhouseCoopers, the accounting firm that tallies the Oscars, issued an apology on Sunday night in regard to the flub, and explained how something like this could have happened. "We sincerely apologize to Moonlight, La La Land, Warren Beatty, Faye Dunaway, and Oscar viewers for the error that was made during the award announcement for Best Picture," read a statement from PricewaterhouseCoopers. "The presenters had mistakenly been given the wrong category envelope and when discovered, was immediately corrected."

Watch: Jimmy Kimmel Blames Steve Harvey for That Huge Mistake at the Oscars -- and the Internet Is Loving It!

The accounting firm further noted that they are looking into the matter. "We are currently »


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Leslie Mann's Oscars Foundation Trick Is Sheer Genius

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Let your natural beauty shine through with a new way to apply foundation. The Oscars red carpet is the epitome of glamour. At the same time, Leslie Mann proved that alluring makeup doesn't have to be heavy. In fact, after an award season filled with brilliant beauty, it has become increasingly clear that flawless makeup is the result of an effective, consistent skin-care routine. And once you've reached your goal of clear, glowing skin, you probably don't want to pack on the makeup, which can inflame your original skin problems—totally understandable. "Leslie is comfortable in her own skin," said Jo Baker, the celebrity makeup artist responsible for her Oscars beauty look. »


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7 Biggest Jaw-Droppers at the 2017 Oscars

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Who's still a little bit shaken up from the Miss Universification of the 2017 Oscars? Over the years, the Academy Awards stage has born witness to all manner of historic, memorable and downright strange moments. Tears have been shed. Speeches have gotten heated. Marlon Brando sent Sacheen Littlefeather onstage to refuse his Oscar for The Godfather. A streaker flashed his shortcomings at David Niven. Cuba Gooding Jr. loved everybody. Adrien Brody gave Halle Berry a thank you kiss for the ages.  But while we haven't been around for all 89 ceremonies, we're fairly confident in declaring that the Oscars have never ended in such shocking fashion as they did last night, with triumph, »


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After Weeks of Wondering Who Ryan Gosling Would Bring to the Oscars . . .

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After weeks spent wondering whether or not Ryan Gosling and Eva Mendes would attend the Oscars together, we finally got our answer on Sunday night when the La La Land star showed up . . . alone. Well, not totally alone. Ryan still looked as hot as ever during his solo outing on the red carpet, wearing a dark blue tuxedo with a retro ruffled shirt, then joined his sister Mandi inside. He brought Mandi, as well as their mom, Donna, when he was nominated for an Oscar back in 2007. Ryan has gone stag to all of the major award shows and La La Land premieres this year, so we were really hoping to see him and Eva arm in arm at the last award show of the season - but it seems as though she might be more comfortable watching her man from home (the couple have been dating since 2011 and have two daughters together, »


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The Moonlight Men Are Now Calvin Klein Underwear Models!

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From Oscar winners to… underwear models?

Hot off a night of big wins—the cast of Moonlight took home Best Picture after a dramatic mistake on stage and Mahershala Ali was awarded the Best Supporting Actor Oscar—the leading lads have just scored a big campaign with Calvin Klein, just announced on the brand’s Instagram and website.

Trevante Rhodes, 27, Ashton Sanders, 21, and Alex R.Hibbert, 12, each played the lead character Chiron in different stages of his life, and star in the ads along with Ali. The three actors wore Calvin Klein suits to the Oscars, as did nominated costar Naomie Harris. »


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Steve Harvey Shares Hilarious Reaction to Oscars Best Picture Mix-up: ‘What’d I Miss?’

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If anyone knows how Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway are feeling this morning, it’s Steve Harvey.

After the actors mistakenly called La La Land as the winner of the 2017 Academy Award for Best Picture Sunday night, it was quickly realized that Beatty had somehow been handed the wrong envelope and Moonlight was the true victor.

The embarrassing mix-up immediately drew comparisons to Harvey’s flub at the 2015 Miss Universe pageant, when the Family Feud host mistakenly announced Miss Colombia as the winner, when Miss Philippines actually won the crown.

Oscars host Jimmy Kimmel said, “Guys, this is very unfortunate what happened. »


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La La Land Producer Who Revealed Mixup Sends ‘Much Love’ to Moonlight Director Barry Jenkins After Oscars Flub

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There’s no negativity between the people behind Moonlightand La La Land.

It was perhaps the biggest flub in the history of the Academy Awards when Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway mistakenly called La La Land as the winner of the 2017 Academy Award for Best Picture Sunday night — the honor actually belonged to Moonlight. However, Barry Jenkins, the director behind the coming-of-age tale, praised La La Land producer Jordan Horowitz for his determination to make things right.

Jordan Horowitz. Wow. I’m slipping slowly into reflection, perspective,” Jenkins tweeted after the awards show. “Much respect to that dude.”

Horowitz »


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Exclusive: ‘Moonlight’ Director Barry Jenkins Reacts To Best Picture Mix-Up: ‘It Couldn’t Have Been Easy’

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Moonlight director Barry Jenkins made history at the 2017 Oscars, though perhaps not in the way he intended. “The last 20 minutes of my life have been insane,” Jenkins breathlessly told reporters backstage at Sunday’s awards show, after delivering a haphazard Best Picture acceptance speech for his sophomore directorial effort. “I don’t think my life […] »

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Barry Jenkins, Nicole Kidman, Andrew Garfield, Michelle Williams and More React to the 2017 Oscars' Best Picture Mix-Up

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Anything can happen on live TV, as the 2017 Oscars reminded viewers Sunday night. After La La Land was incorrectly named Best Picture—before the rightful winner, Moonlight, was revealed—E! News got a play-by-play from the people involved as well as the star-studded audience. "It's a little bit mixed up, but [I'm] happy as hell. We won Best Picture," director Barry Jenkins told E! News' Zuri Hall at Governors Ball moments after the mix-up. "As a kid, you watch the Oscars and you imagine being up onstage, and I was up there twice. It's a beautiful feeling." Despite the embarrassing error, Jenkins was grateful that the film's producers (Dede Gardner, Jeremy Kleiner and »


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She’s Back! Savannah Guthrie Makes Her (Early) Today Show Return After Maternity Leave

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Savannah Guthrie is back in Studio 1A.

The journalist received a warm welcome from her Today show co-anchors Matt Lauer and Al Roker when she returned to the NBC morning show on Monday after nearly three months at home with her newborn son, Charles “Charley” Max Feldman.

Playing off of that now infamous Oscars mixup, Lauer announced Guthrie’s return by opening an envelope. After feigning disbelief, Guthrie sauntered out in a black and red dress to applause.

“I’d like to thank the Academy, Hoda, Tamron…” she joked, referring to Hoda Kotb and recently departed co-host Tamron Hall.

Ahead of her appearance, »


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The Leonardo DiCaprio Cycle of Life: Film, Beach, Beard, Travel the World, Shave, Haircut, Award Season, Repeat

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It's a fairly universally recognized fact that Leonardo DiCaprio is having a better time than you. Wherever he is, and in whatever state, he's winning at the life he's been lucky enough to leave. Even eating that bison liver and burrowing in a horse carcass probably wasn't too terrible, the actor warmed by the prospect of long-awaited Oscar glory at the end of his arduous journey. DiCaprio, who at 42 is a nearly 30-year veteran of showbiz, was nominated for four acting Oscars before finally winning for The Revenant, as well as 11 Golden Globes, giving us many opportunities to catch on to the particular pattern that the movie star has adopted. While the especially scruffy look DiCaprio sported »


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Sting and Wife Trudie Brought Their Nearly 25 Years of Wedded Bliss to the Oscars Red Carpet

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Sting and his wife, Trudie Styler, looked amazing when they attended the Oscars in La on Sunday night. The longtime couple, who will celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary in August, posed for photos on the red carpet at the Dolby Theatre. Sting took the stage during the show to perform his nominated song, "The Empty Chair," from Jim: The James Foley Story. While he didn't take home a coveted golden statue, his night was already pretty amazing thanks to his stunning date. »


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