The rapper explained:
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Well, Donald Trump is officially the Republican Party's nominee for President — but that doesn't mean he's any less unpopular than he was before.
In fact, that was proven pretty clearly on Twitter last night, when celebs, politicians, and regular people alike tweeted VERY strongly against The Donald in the midst of his acceptance speech at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland!
From Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders, to TV stars and more, so many celebs and others are simply fed up with Trump's divisive talk and bigoted ideas.
Here, starting with Clinton, are the very best Twitter reactions to Trump's hateful, no-volume-control speech on Thursday (below):
Talk about a team up!
Remakes seem to be everywhere nowadays, and honestly, we're kind of over them. Well, we thought we were until we heard about the possibility of 20th Century Fox remaking the 1967 cult classic Valley of the Dolls.
The original film is based on Jacqueline Susann's novel by the same name that featured Barbara Parkins, Patty Duke, and Sharon Tate. The famed novel follows several characters' rise and fall in the movie and theater industry.
Movieweb reports that Madonna is being eyed to play Broadway star
What a response!
Netflix's hit docuseries Making a Murderer seems to have EVERYONE binge-watching and following the story of Steven Avery and his nephew Brendan Dassey, who were accused of murdering Teresa Halbach in 2005.
With enough twists and turns to make you a bit queasy, we weren't the only ones enthralled by the controversial documentary.
Ch-ch-check out the best celeb reactions on Twitter (below):
One of the biggest snubs this awards season so far was Rami Malek not receiving a Golden Globes nomination for his leading role in Mr. Robot!
But The Hollywood Foreign Press Association sort of made up for it, because the USA Network hacker drama just won Best TV Series Drama!
In a touching speech, series creator Sam Esmail thanked his talented cast along with fiancé Emmy Rossum – so sweet!
Ch-ch-check out the win (above)!
And don't forget to check out the ongoing winners list HERE!
Emmy Rossum is joining the conversation about prostate cancer, testicular cancer, poor mental health, and physical inactivity by partnering with The Movember Foundation to raise awareness, and explaining the role women play in men's health issues.
She might not be growing a mustache, but she's totally down with the cause!
"Obviously I always knew about the mustache thing that happens in November, but I didn't really know what it was about. When I learned more about it, I was kind of touched by the role that women play in men's lives in terms of encouraging them to lead a healthy life, to see doctors, to feel comfortable to talk about depression and mental health issues."
The foundation is dedicated to focus on health issues specific to men, which the Shameless star believes is a concern for both men and women:
Congratulations to such a cute couple!
Emmy Rossum and Sam Esmail are taking their relationship to the next level! The two lovebirds are officially engaged! We're so happy for them!
The Mr. Robot creator proposed to the brunette beauty this past weekend. How sweet!
The pair's story started when Sam directed Emmy in the movie Comet. The two have been dating for over two years.
This won't be Emmy's first marriage. The actress had tied the knot once before with music executive Justin Siegel. Sadly, they were only married for about a year and a half.
But it looks like that was for the best for the Shameless star, because she seems really happy with Sam!
Congratulations, you two! We can't wait to see your ring, Emmy!
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Look who's getting all dolled up!
She captioned the Instagram pic:
"So excited to be honored by @variety today. And#Mattel made me my very own Emmy Barbie. #Shero#BeSuper #pinchme"
The Shameless actress and animal activist wasn't the only one seeing double that day!
Toy manufacturer Mattel selected six powerful women to be part of their Barbie Shero (she-hero) project!
Broadway babe Kristin Chenoweth, country star Trisha Yearwood, Selma director Ava DuVernay, Lucky magazine editor Eva Chen, and five-year-old fashion designer Sydney Keiser were also honored at last week's event with Barbies crafted in their likenesses.
The Sheroes of the day were so excited to be a part of the project! Like Emmy, Eva also took to social media to show her gratitude, while Trisha gushed: