Still shocked from Erin Moran's death late last night.
She was just 56 years old.
Sounds like that PwC accountant responsible for the embarrassing Oscars blunder could have been a little more focused on doing his job than chasing fame.
As you know, Brian Cullinan was tweeting pics of Emma Stone on Sunday when he accidentally handed off the duplicate Best Actress envelope to Warren Beatty instead of Best Picture. Smh.
We're now hearing that Brian also allegedly asked show producers for him and his colleague Martha Ruiz to be a part of a sketch with Jimmy Kimmel at some point during the show — an idea that was supposedly turned down!
Despite these reports, however, a rep from the accounting firm tells Variety that this is absolutely not true — and Brian was just meeting with the showrunners because the company was still a little offended by Chris Rock's joke last year when he brought three Asian-American kids onstage to represent the accountants.
The representative argued:
Because despite an evening full of twists, Mean Tweets, and Matt Damon digs, the 89th Academy Awards didn't do so hot in the ratings department.
According to the early numbers from Nielsen, the nearly four-hour show averaged an overnight 22.4 rating in metered market results, making it the lowest rated Oscars in NINE years!
This year's show dipped 3% from when Chris Rock hosted in 2016, which saw a 23.4 rating — or roughly 34.43 million viewers.
Despite ranking as the longest in 10 years, Sunday's Jimmy Kimmel hosted ceremony surprisingly did not see a dip in viewership towards the end, but remained steady throughout the ABC broadcast.
Most people tuned in during the 9 o'clock EST hour, well before the now-infamous Best Picture mix-up that will undoubtedly go down in Oscar history.
However, 2017's ceremony was still 10 million viewers shy of those who tuned in to 2014's Ellen DeGeneres hosted show, which was the highest rated broadcast in the 21st century with
Donald Trump is officially the 45th President of the United States.
As that settles in… let's take a moment to see how celebrities are reacting to today's inauguration on social media!
The response seems to be pretty somber as some of our culture's biggest influencers decide whether we should rally behind Drumpf in hopes he does better than expected… or fight against his administration with everything we have.
Everyone from Amy Adams and Ryan Reynolds to Evan Rachel Wood and the kids of Stranger Things (#BarbIsStillAlive!) help Jimmy with a La La Land-inspired song-and-dance celebrating all things movies and TV!
Unfortunately, that's when it breaks down — first the teleprompter breaks, then Jimmy does his Chris Rock impression. Ha!
Ch-ch-check out the whole opening (above)!
Ryan is out promoting his upcoming flick La La Land, so he swung by Kimmel's show Thursday and talked about everything from his movies, an awkward Oscars moment with Chris Rock, and even taught the host the Waltz!
There were plenty of laughs, but Ryan's determination while teaching the funnyman is absolutely HIGHlarious! But that's not all as the father of two also shared a story about working with the "cool motherf*cker" Harrison Ford on the Blade Runner Sequel and his recent experience of cementing his hands at the famous Chinese Theatre!
Ch-ch-check out Ryan and Jimmy Waltz it up and have some laughs as the actor dishes on his recent experiences (below)!
They were an item once, but no more… but hey, for about $150,000, perhaps they could become an item again!
Madonna hosted a charity gala on Friday night at Art Basel down in Miami, and while she raised more than $7.5 million for humanitarian efforts in the African nation of Malawi, the REAL story centers on her and old flame Sean Penn!
Penn was in the audience, and helped out with the fundraiser last night, but Madonna saw to it to get the actor involved just a little bit more.
You know… just for charity! Ha!!
Madonna auctioned off everything from rare photos and tour memorabilia to pieces of her own art collection to raise the funds, and an A-list cast of stars, including Leonardo DiCaprio, Chris Rock, Dave Chappelle, Courtney Love, Alex Rodriguez, and Bethenny Frankel were on hand to watch the fireworks go down between the singer and her ex!
At one point, as we can see on Frankel's Snapchat video of the event (below), Madonna told Penn "I'm still in love with you" on stage in front of the crowd: