Jennifer Lopez sounded off on how she really feels about Ben Affleck‘s tattoos. Affleck’s ex-fiancé made the comments while appearing on Watch What Happens Live Monday.
She told host Andy Cohen just how much of a fan she is of Affleck’s new huge Phoenix back tattoo.
“It’s awful! What are you doing?” Lopez, 46, said during the “Plead the Fifth” segment. “His tattoos always have too many colors, they shouldn’t be so colorful. Continue reading
Sacha Baron Cohen’s wild Oscar appearance of his infamous Ali G character was in no way a planned part of the show, and more importantly, was not approved in advance as required by Academy brass.
It was revealed today that Academy Awards producers had no idea Cohen was planning the controversial skit. Cohen claims his wife was employed to sneak in Ali G’s signature beanie cap and assorted accessories including fake goatee. Many on social media speculated that perhaps the impromptu appearance was actually material for an unannounced Ali G sequel.
“The truth is we actually had to sneak it in because the Oscars sat me down before and said they didn’t want me to do anything out of order Continue reading
Bill O’Reilly of Fox News’ O’Reilly Factor, lost his petition that sought to reverse an earlier ruling assigning full custody of his two children to his ex-wife, Maureen McPhilmy.
The ruling upheld a Nassau County Supreme Court decision that granted full custody of the 12-year-old boy and 17-year-old girl to McPhilmy.
George Kennedy, who won an Oscar for Best Supporting Actor in “Cool Hand Luke,” died Sunday in Boise, Idaho. He was 91.
Kennedy’s vast film credits include “The Dirty Dozen,” the “Airport” movies, “The Naked Gun” and the disaster film “Earthquake,” among countless others.
Kennedy’s grandson Cory Schenkel said that Kennedy had been in failing health since the death of his wife Joan about a year ago, and had been in hospice care for a month.
Sir John Gielgud (1981)
Best Supporting Actor for Arthur
A rare EGOT winner, Gielgud is considered one of the greatest actors of the 20th century, and he was the first openly gay actor to win an Oscar, and he did it for his turn in the British comedy starring Dudley Moore and Liza Minelli. He was a deeply private man and after his death in 2000 at the age of 96, letters were published that revealed he was threatened and blackmailed with being exposed as homosexual in the 1950s.…
Check out Time photographer Chris Morris grabbing a Secret Service agent by the throat! Morris claims he was “assaulted first” but later declined to press charges.
It all went down after Morris stepped out of the press pen and ventured into a restricted area during a Donald Trump rally in Virginia.
According to The Independent Journal’s congressional reporter Joe Perticone, the man holding the camera in the video below is a journalist. Continue reading
CNN‘s Republican debate on Thursday night caught Marco Rubio taking what appeared to be a pill live on-air.
It happened quickly, but as a Youtube video has now revealed, Rubio reached in his pocket and consumed something, and if you ask the internets, the mystery pill was the powerful stimulant, Adderall.
I didn’t see it…. It wasn’t until I saw the brief clip later that I began thinking that maybe Rubio has a medical problem. Continue reading
Early ratings data for Sunday’s Academy Awards broadcast show Oscar hit a 7-year low and a 6.4 percent drop in household viewing from the comparable figures for last year’s bomb.
Nielsen data showed Oscar averaged a 23.4 household rating in 56-city overnight sample, down from an initial 25 rating of last year’s fail, which was down from 27.9 the year before. Ouch.
The Chris Rock-hosted show, which used Hollywood’s lack of diversity as its narrative engine, appeared to set a seven-year low. Continue reading
Did Leonardo DiCaprio have a secret stroke or was he just chewing tobacco while accepting his award for Best Actor at the Oscars?
If Leo was dipping, wouldn’t be the first time he consumed a tobacco product during an awards show. “The Revenant,” actor recently vaped during the SAG awards earlier this month.
DiCaprio won his first Oscar for his role as Hugh Glass in “The Revenant.” He has previously been nominated for four acting Oscars, the first for 1993’s “What’s Eating Gilbert Grape.” Continue reading
The teenager shot several times by Salt Lake City police on Saturday night, while holding a broom stick, has been identified by family as Abdi Mohamed. He is 17.
Mohamed is in serious condition at a local SLC hospital. According to family, he is in a coma. He moved to Utah with his family from Kenya 10 years ago.
Police say two officers were involved in the shooting, but they wouldn’t go into any further details. Continue reading