Um, can someone call Steve Harvey and see if he had something to do with this?!?!
LA LA LAND DIDN'T WIN!!
You can't make this stuff up!
Ch-ch-check out the major screw-up (above)!!
It's never easy to lose a friend and on Monday, several celebs were saddened by the news that actor and comedian Ricky Harris passed away at 54.
Though the cause of death is not currently known, Ricky's manager, Cindy Ambers, did say her client suffered a heart attack two years ago.
Harris was the son of a preacher and grew up in Long Beach singing in a church choir with childhood friend Snoop Dogg.
The funnyman gained attention in the ‘90s through HBO's Def Comedy Jam before going on to appear on shows like The Tracy Morgan Show and Everybody Hates Chris, and more recently the movie Dope.
Another loss for the music industry.
On Tuesday, it was reported that rapper Phife Dawg had tragically passed away. He was 45 years old.
The Can I Kick It artist was best known for being a member of the iconic rap group A Tribe Called Quest. Unfortunately, it's been said that the industry vet had struggled with his health for years as he suffered from type 1 diabetes.
In fact, Phife (whose real name was Malik Isaac Taylor) even had a kidney transplant back in 2008. So sad!
Alongside Q-Tip and DJ/producer Ali Shaheed Muhammad, Phife was a MAJOR pioneer for hip hop. The ATCQ member's presence in the music scene will greatly will be missed.
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While Matt LeBlanc has been making headlines as part of the Friends mini-reunion, we think Estelle must be working overtime because Joey's latest gig is a pretty huge get.
That's because it was announced early Thursday morning that the 48-year-old actor is about to be the first American to ever host Top Gear!
The BBC car show had a rather large scandal last year as fan favorite Jeremy Clarkson was fired after attacking a producer… but we're thinking fans will be more than happy with Matt joining Chris Evans as replacements.
Fellow car enthusiast Chris commented on Matt's casting in a statement, saying:
Jussie Smollett, Estelle, and Bryshere Y. Gray were all smiles as they glamorously hit the red carpet together!
Jussie and Bryshere appeared to have coordinated their outfits, as both looked dapper in pale-colored, casual suits. B's getup is John Varvatos.
Estelle, on the other hand, was all drama in a black lace, semi-sheer gown — we appreciate the cleavage but we can't find it in us to love the dress!
Maybe it's because we've seen just too many like it!
She still looks beautiful, though!
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If you aren't listening to the music from Empire, you are MISSING out!
They performed a medley of Conqueror and You're So Beautiful, which was so good that we'd be okay with the show just stopping here and turning into a concert!
Both emotional and upbeat, it's all that we could ask for from a performance!
Hit 'Play' (above) to see the slayage!
Hollywood has held many celebrations this week leading up to Sunday's Grammy awards, but Bobbi Kristina's plight has cast a shadow over the festivities — especially as the anniversary of her mom Whitney Houston's death nears.
Bobbi Kristina's godfather and Whitney's longtime mentor Clive Davis spoke out on Thursday, evoking the painful memories of Whitney's death in 2012.