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  • HOLLYWOOD QUICK HITS

    BLAC CHYNA SPOTTED OUT WITHOUT ENGAGEMENT RING: Reality television star Blac Chyna was spotted running errands to the Chase Bank in Los Angeles and she wasn't wearing her engagement ring. Chyna, who was wearing a black Puma suit, and Rob Kardashian are allegedly on the outs again.

    MR. T AND SIMONE BILES JOIN 'DWTS': Mr. T and Olympian Simone Biles are the latest addition to the upcoming season of Dancing With The Stars. Biles was initially scheduled to compete on the last season of the show.

    RACHEL DOLEZAL ALMOST HOMELESS: Former professor Rachel Dolezal, who was outed for not being African American, has fallen on hard times. Dolezal says she has been surviving through food stamps since the incident and hasn't been able to secure a job despite applying for over a hundred. She told New York's Daily News, "I’m not going to stoop and apologize and grovel and feel bad about it," she said. "I would just be going back to when I was little, and had to be what everybody else told me I should be . . . to make them happy."

  • CELEBRITY GOSSIP

    MERYL STREEP SLAMS KARL LAGERFELD IN OSCARS DRESS DISAGREEMENT: The Red Carpet is (almost) as important as the Oscars ceremony itself. The dresses, shoes and jewelry an A-List actor chooses can make or break a fashion designer, and every year there’s at least one big story of a major fashion fight. This year, it seems Chanel-designer Karl Lagerfeld and Meryl Streep are having at it. Lagerfeld told Women’s Wear Daily that the actress canceled their order for a dress from him in favor of something by a designer who opted to pay Streep to wear his or her design. Lagerfeld told WWD: "A genius actress, but cheapness also, no?" Streep lashed out on Saturday, issuing a statement that reads in part: "Karl Lagerfeld, a prominent designer, defamed me, my stylist, and the illustrious designer whose dress I chose to wear, in an important industry publication. That publication printed this defamation, unchecked."

    BEN AFFLECK WINS BIG AT RAZZIES: Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice won big at the 2017 Razzies, which "honor" the worst films of the year. The list was announced Saturday, one day before the Oscars, per tradition. Batman v Superman, starring Ben Affleck as Batman and Henry Cavill as Superman "won" four Razzies, including Worst Screen Combo for the two stars. The director, writer and star of Hillary’s America: The Secret History of the Democratic Party, Dinesh D’Souza, took home the biggest prize for Worst Picture. D’Souza said: "Being sort of dissed by you guys, this is absolutely fantastic. My audience loves the fact that you hate me. Thank you."

    MAHERSHALA ALI, AMATUS SAMI-KARIM WELCOME FIRST CHILD: Moonlight actor Mahersala Ali and his wife Amatus Sami-Karim have welcomed their firsts child, he shared on Instagram. Ali, 43, shared a sweet pic of his wife snuggling with their newborn, captioning it: "Bari (Bar-ee) Najma Ali 2/22/17 #pisces." The House of Cards actor married Sami-Karim in 2003.

    DARYL EASTON FOUND DEAD AFTER KILLING HIMSELF IN HOLLYWOOD'S MAGIC CASTLE: Magician Daryl Easton was found dead inside Hollywood's Magic Castle on Friday. He was 61. The entertainer was beloved for his slight of hand card tricks. The Magic Castle released a statement on Saturday about the presumed suicide: "A beloved illusionist, who was performing at the Magic Castle this week, was found dead on the club’s premises. The magic community mourns the loss of one of our most beloved and talented performers."

    SHANNEN DOHERTY COMPLETES LAST DAY OF CHEMO: Two years after her cancer diagnosis, Shannen Doherty has completed her chemotherapy. The Beverly Hills, 90210 star took to Instagram to share the news, writing: "#fbf to this morning… not that long ago. Last day of chemo. Exhausted." In the photo, the 45-year-old is laying in bed and staring straight at the camera, looking solemn.

  • OPRAH WINFREY REVEALS WHY SHE DOESN'T HAVE KIDS

    Not everyone could possibly be cut out to be a parent, and yet it remains a kind of taboo to discuss it. Celebrities without children are often the subject of speculation, but most seem reluctant to talk about it.

    Media maven Oprah Winfrey, famously child-free, is ready to talk. In a long interview that covered a range of subjects, she explained why kids just weren’t in the cards for her.

    • Winfrey tells Good Housekeeping UK: "I don’t have the patience. I have the patience for puppies, but that’s a quick stage!"
    • She adds that she indulges her nurturing side with the girls attending her Leadership Academy: "When people were pressuring me to get married and have children, I knew I was not going to be a person that ever regretted not having them, because I feel like I am a mother to the world’s children. Love knows no boundaries. It doesn’t matter if a child came from your womb or if you found that person at age 2, 10 or 20. If the love is real, the caring is pure and it comes from a good space, it works."
    • Oprah did actually have a child, People points out. When she was 14, she gave birth to a boy prematurely who died in the hospital a few weeks later from complications.

  • 'MOONLIGHT' WINS BEST PICTURE AT OSCARS IN EPIC MIX-UP

    The 89th Academy Awards was a memorable standoff in the Trump-era culture wars between Hollywood and Washington. Even the red carpet was political, with many celebrities wearing blue ribbon pins in solidarity with the American Civil Liberties Union.

    But the serious tone was balanced with carefree Hollywood dazzle. The fun kicked off with Justin Timberlake opening with a performance of "Can’t Stop the Feeling!"

    • Host Jimmy Kimmel wasted no time walking the line between politics and hilarity. His opening specifically targeted President Donald Trump without explicitly naming him, while balancing the serious tone by continuing his decade-long fake feud with Matt Damon and poking fun at Mel Gibson and Damien Chazelle.
    • Arguably the night's most awe-inspiring moment occurred when Mahershala Ali launched the awards portion of the ceremony by becoming the first Muslim actor to win an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor.
    • After two years of being criticized for a lack of diversity in both the nominees and the winners, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences appears to be set on changing course, with the Academy president, Cheryl Boone Isaacs, even coming onstage to openly discuss the organization's commitment to diversity moving forward.
    • La La Land was nominated for 14 awards, tied with Titanic and All About Eve for the most ever, and ultimately won six awards, including those for Best Actress and Best Picture.
    • The most memorable moment of the evening by far was when La La Land was named as winner of Best Picture, only to have it taken away and given to Moonlight in an epic mix-up that left everyone scrambling.
    • In the middle of the acceptance speech, the La La Land crew was told that presenter Warren Beatty read their name in error. Kimmel came on stage to show everyone the winning envelope, quipping: "I knew I would screw this up. I promise to never come back."
    • The team for Moonlight then came onstage to accept the award for Best Picture.

    SHOW HIGHLIGHTS

    • Kimmel lambasting Meryl Streep throughout the night as "over-rated" and "mediocre."
    • Hidden Figures star Taraji P. Henson, Octavia Spencer and Janelle Monae bringing real-life Katherine Johnson out on the Oscars stage.
    • Lin-Manuel Miranda and Moana star Auli’i Cravalho hitting the stage to perform their nominated song, "How Far I’ll Go," with Miranda offering up a new prologue rap for the tune.
    • Iranian director Asghar Farhadi’s absence and Oscar boycott is most definitely felt when his film The Salesman wins Best Foreign Film.
    • The busload of tourists that ends up with a surprise visit to the show!
    • Candies, cookies and donuts falling from the rafters.
    • Kimmel tweeting at Trump during the broadcast.

    WINNERS LIST

    • ACTOR IN A SUPPORTING ROLE: Mahershala Ali (Moonlight)
    • MAKEUP AND HAIRSTYLING: Suicide Squad
    • COSTUME DESIGN: Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them
    • DOCUMENTARY FEATURE: O.J.: Made In America
    • SOUND EDITING: Arrival
    • SOUND MIXING: Hacksaw Ridge
    • ACTRESS IN A SUPPORTING ROLE: Viola Davis (Fences)
    • FOREIGN LANGUAGE FILM: The Salesman (Iran)
    • SHORT FILM (ANIMATED): Piper
    • ANIMATED FEATURE FILM: Zootopia
    • PRODUCTION DESIGN: La La Land
    • VISUAL EFFECTS: The Jungle Book
    • FILM EDITING: Hacksaw Ridge
    • DOCUMENTARY SHORT: The White Helmets
    • LIVE ACTION SHORT: Sing
    • CINEMATOGRAPHY: La La Land
    • MUSIC (ORIGINAL SCORE): La La Land
    • ORIGINAL SONG: "City of Stars" from La La Land
    • WRITING (ORIGINAL SCREENPLAY): Manchester by the Sea
    • WRITING (ADAPTED SCREENPLAY): Moonlight
    • BEST DIRECTOR: Damien Chazelle (La La Land)
    • ACTOR IN A LEADING ROLE: Casey Affleck (Manchester by the Sea)
    • ACTRESS IN A LEADING ROLE: Emma Stone (La La Land)
    • BEST PICTURE: Moonlight

    SOUND FROM THE SHOW

    In clip one, Anousheh Ansari accepting the Oscar for Best Foreign Film on behalf of Asghar Farhadi.
  • "I'm sorry I'm not with you tonight. My absence is out of respect for the people of my country and those of other six nations whom have been disrespected by the inhuman law that bans entry of immigrants to the U.S."

    AUDIO: BEST COSTUME DESIGN
    AUDIO: OSCARS 2017 BACKSTAGE BEST ANIMATED FILM ZOOTOPIA CO-DIRECTOR CLARK SPENCE ON IDENTIFYING WITH THE CHARACTERS AND UNIVERSALITY OF THE FILM
    AUDIO: OSCARS 2017 BACKSTAGE BEST DOCUMENTARY EZRA EDELMAN WHERE WAS HE WHEN RODNEY KING HAPPENED AND EXPERIENCE OF GROWING UP DURING OJ TRIAL
    AUDIO: OSCARS 2017 BACKSTAGE BEST DOCUMENTARY EZRA EDELMAN WHY OJ IS STILL SO CURRENT
    AUDIO: OSCARS 2017 BACKSTAGE BEST FOREIGN FILM THE SALESMAN FIROUZ NADERI ON WHY DIRECTOR ASGHAR FARHADI
    AUDIO: OSCARS 2017 BACKSTAGE MAHERSHALA ALI ON LEARNING MOONLIGHT WON BEST PICTURE
    AUDIO: THE OSCARS 2017 ANOUSHEH ANSARI ACCEPTING THE OSCAR FOR BEST FOREIGN FILM ON BEHALF OF ASGHAR FARHADI
    AUDIO: THE OSCARS 2017 CASEY AFFLECK ACCEPTS THE AWARD FOR BEST ACTOR
    AUDIO: THE OSCARS 2017 CHERYL BOONE ISAACS TOASTS BEAUTY OF DIVERSITY IN THIS YEARS AWARD
    AUDIO: THE OSCARS 2017 DAMIEN CHAZELLE ACCEPTS THE AWARD FOR BEST DIRECTOR
    AUDIO: THE OSCARS 2017 DWAYNE JOHNSON PRESENTS LIN MANUEL MIRANDA
    AUDIO: THE OSCARS 2017 EMMA STONE ACCEPTS THE AWARD FOR BEST ACTRESS
    AUDIO: THE OSCARS 2017 JENNIFER ANISTON INTRODUCES SARA BAREILLES PERFORMING THE IN MEMORIAM TRIBUTE
    AUDIO: THE OSCARS 2017 JIMMY KIMMEL APOLOGIZES FOR AMAZING BEST PICTURE MIX UP
    AUDIO: THE OSCARS 2017 JIMMY KIMMEL EXPLAINS THAT LA LA LAND DID NOT WIN BEST PICTURE
    AUDIO: THE OSCARS 2017 JIMMY KIMMEL FEARS THE CROWD HAS TURNED ON HIM
    AUDIO: THE OSCARS 2017 JIMMY KIMMEL KICKS THINGS OFF
    AUDIO: THE OSCARS 2017 JIMMY KIMMEL PRESENTING THE BUS OF TOURISTS TO HOLLYWOOD STARS
    AUDIO: THE OSCARS 2017 JIMMY KIMMEL TRIES TO BOOT MEMBERS OF THE MEDIA
    AUDIO: THE OSCARS 2017 MAHERSHALA ALI ACCEPTS THE BEST ACTOR IN A SUPPORTING ROLE
    AUDIO: THE OSCARS 2017 MARK RYLANCE PRESENTS BEST ACTRESS IN A SUPPORTING ROLE
    AUDIO: THE OSCARS 2017 ORLANDO VON EINSIEDEL ACCEPTING BEST DOCUMENTARY SHORT SUBJECT FOR WHITE HELMETS
    AUDIO: THE OSCARS 2017 SETH ROGEN WITH MICHAEL J FOX PRESENTING THE AWARD FOR ACHIEVEMENT IN FILM EDITING
    AUDIO: THE OSCARS 2017 TARAJI P HENSON PRESENTING BEST DOCUMENTARY FEATURE
    AUDIO: THE OSCARS 2017 VIOLA DAVIS ACCEPTS BEST ACTRESS IN A SUPPORTING ROLE

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