Brie Larson is the real MVP!
While presenting the Best Actor award to Casey Affleck at the Oscars Sunday, the actress very pointedly didn't clap for the actor as he took to the stage to accept his award.
And people definitely noticed!
We can't begin to imagine what Alexis Arquette's loved ones are currently going through.
As we previously reported, the longtime actress and transgender activist passed away on Sunday, September 11. Arquette was only 47 years old. So sad!
Alexis, who starred in various hits like The Wedding Singer and Bride Of Chucky, first started working in the industry at 12 years old. Not to mention, the late LGBT influencer was siblings with Oscar winner Patricia Arquette and A-lister David Arquette. Alexis' siblings have since commented on the untimely passing on Twitter (below).
Our heart breaks for Boy George right now.
The singer recently lost dear friend Alice Shaw to suicide on Wednesday and is in deep mourning.
Early on Thursday, he tweeted:
Before she took her own life, Alice posted this tweet:
We are so very sorry for his loss.
If you or someone you know is thinking about suicide, please call this number:
You can also chat with someone online HERE.
The comedy world has lost a genius as news breaks of Victoria Wood's passing at the age of 62 on Wednesday.
The actress' publicist says Wood "died peacefully at her north London home with family" after a "short but brave" battle with cancer.
The Brit's brother expressed his sadness at the news saying that her passing "robbed us of one of the brightest talents of our generation."
In case you aren't aware, Wood gained much notoriety in the '80s and was most-recognized for the BBC sketch Acorn Antiques and comedy Dinnerladies. She won five BAFTAs — two for her ITV drama Housewife 49.
Wood has two adult children with ex-husband Geoffrey Durham — Grace Durham and Henry Durham.
Many fellow industry leaders and comedians have expressed their condolences via Twitter:
This is just heartbreaking.
As we reported, on Tuesday, the Belgian City of Brussels was faced with several violent terrorist attacks that reportedly left at least 28 killed with countless others injured.
Following the attack, Prime Minister Charles Michel asked citizens to remain where they were as the country raised their terror threat to the highest level.
Since news broke of this unspeakable tragedy, many in Hollywood have taken to Twitter and Instagram to send their thoughts to the people of Brussels and to comment on this bout of violence — including Iggy Azalea, Piers Morgan, Alessia Cara, Joel Madden, Hoda Kotb, and many more.
Check out their responses (below).