Where's Josh Duggar?!
However, RadarOnline has since reported that the 19 Kids and Counting star has been
[Image via Anna Duggar/Instagram.]
Whoopi just opened a can of whoop-ass!
With Giuliana Rancic receiving a ton of hate for her hurtful comments on Fashion Police and Zendaya raking in a lot of support for her mature response, it's no surprise that the ladies of The View decided to join the conversation.
While all of the panel had good points on the matter, Whoopi Goldberg had the strongest feelings about the whole "patchouli oil" and "weed" stereotyping, mostly on account that she herself has dreads!
Kelly Osbourne is taking a stand!
She just posted to Twitter:
I DID NOT MAKE THE WEED COMENT. I DO NOT CONDONE RACISM SO AS A RSULT OF THIS IM SEREIOULSY QUESTIONONIG STAYING ON THE SHOW!
— Kelly Osbourne (@KellyOsbourne) February 24, 2015
Rewatch the moment below:
And the best the Academy can do is to say they put her on their website gallery?
Well, Melissa Rivers has something to say about the snub.
The Fashion Police producer took to her late mother's Facebook page Monday night, writing:
Joan is probably turning in her grave!
As everyone who follows entertainment knows, The Oscars were presented on Sunday!
After the glaring misdeed, people on Twitter simply weren't having it, and The Academy has already issued a statement, saying:
May the memory of Joan Rivers forever be in our hearts!
However, right before the ceremony during E!'s red carpet coverage, daughter Melissa Rivers presented a video paying homage to her mother's great work interviewing stars.
The Fashion Police producer said:
Joan Rivers was noticeably missing from the Oscars In Memoriam 2015 segment.
The comedienne — who passed away last September — was not only known for her fashion commentary, but she starred in over 20 films (including voicework in Spaceballs and Shrek 2), including with her award-winning documentary, A Piece of Work.
But The Academy overlooked Joan in their segment during the actual awards telecast. Joan's celebrity fans were outraged. Check out their responses (below).
Whether it's in words or on video, the memory of Joan Rivers will go on forever.
The late comedian's daughter, Melissa Rivers, recently wrote a tribute book to Joan and we can't imagine anyone else more perfect than the woman who knew her the best.
The Book of Joan: Tales of Mirth, Mischief, and Manipulation recalls observations, thoughts from the funny woman, and even HIGHlarious stories from Melissa's childhood!
Miz Rivers spoke out about the soon-to-debut pages, saying: