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During an acceptance speech, someone tells their kids to go to bed - Someone cries during their acceptance speech - Amy Poehler makes you laugh -You witness a good photo bomb from someone not realizing they're on TV - Every time someone goes in the
John Crace, who writes the Digested Read features in the Guardian newspaper, explains that one thing they are known for is their five word limit on acceptance speeches. He said that if the speech is boring "it's over really quickly". First broadcast
ET Ben Affleck hosts tonight's 'Saturday Night Live' finale: Talk about it here! by Hillary Busis Image Credit: Dana Edelson/NBC There are so many talking points for SNL s 38th season finale that I hardly know where to begin!...Tonight marks Ben
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Emma Watson Wins MTV Trailblazer AwardWhat's Her Best Role Ever?...Emma was honored at the MTV Movie Awards tonight as a "Trailblazer." In her sweet speech, she talked about growing up and becoming okay with her "eager beaver" ways...The award
During a conversation with The New York Times , mostly about Mad Men 's upcoming sixth season, Matthew Weiner reveals that he could not have scripted Jennifer Lawrence's utterly charming moment at the Academy Award podium any better. After N.Y.T.
Jeremy Piven of Entourage fame is making his return to TV, but as a different kind of power player than Ari Gold . On PBS' drama Masterpiece: Mr. Selfridge (tonight, 9 p.m.), he stars as Harry Selfridge, the real-life American businessman who dreamt
My best friend has a very personal and legitimate reason for disliking Anne Hathaway. Their lives crossed paths for an extended period of time and she did something pretty unforgivable. Therefore by the transitive property I dislike Anne Hathaway.
It's the end of another weekone dominated by the Oscars, Anne Hathaway fallout, Jen Aniston wedding plans, and yes, boobs. Here's what went down in the last 168 hours: » Seth MacFarlane has been feeling the wrath of at least two famous feminists for
56 am Follow share this story Submit this story Anne Hathaway is many things: a fine thespian, the fresh face of Lancome, a dynamite singer and a contender to be the next Judy Garland (minus the Dr. Mario-sized pill load). For some reason a backlash