This is the most wonderful thing we've heard all week.
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Hollywood has lost another great.
As we previously reported, beloved director and producer Garry Marshall passed away on Tuesday evening due to complications of pneumonia, not long after he had suffered from a stroke, in a hospital located in Burbank, CA. He was 81 years old.
Marshall is best known for launching many actors' careers through his hits like Pretty Woman, The Princess Diaries, Beaches, and more. So it's no wonder that this death quite an impact on Tinseltown. In fact, many A-listers have since taken to Twitter and Instagram to mourn the late industry vet — including Rob Lowe, Mandy Moore, Kathy Bates, and countless others.
Every year at the Oscars, the In Memoriam segment honors actors, actresses, producers, and other esteemed members of the Hollywood community who have passed away in the last year.
Well 2016's show was no different as Juliette Lewis' father Geoffrey Lewis was somehow left out of the In Memoriam reel — as was legendary actor Abe Vigoda.
Geoffrey appear in several Clint Eastwood films as well as several flicks; Vigoda is most widely recognized for his role in The Godfather and The Godfather: Part II.
Well Juliette noticed her father's snub and took to Twitter to call out the Academy by saying:
Turns out, it was a pretty poppin' party!
"Ashlee and Evan [Ross] acted like newlyweds. They were cuddled up together in a booth, laughing and showing off cute PDA. Jessica looked really happy to be hanging out with them and seemed to get along great with Evan. Eric [Johnson] and Jessica did their own thing at the party and would check in on each other every now and then. He came over to introduce himself to her friends a few times and would run close to the stage to take photos of the performances."
As for the returning Voice judge, she pushed through her sickness to support Perry:
"Her fiancé [Matt Rutler] held her hand on the way up. She said she was getting over the flu but wanted to come and support Linda."
Watch Miz Aguilera's stunning performance (below)!
This is just so sad!
On Monday, it was revealed that Lemmy Kilmister, the lead singer for Motörhead, has passed away. The musician was 70-years-old. Tragic!
Close friend and radio personality Eddie Trunk took to Twitter to confirm the news with his many fans. He relayed:
This is just so sad.
As we previously reported, Stone Temple Pilots lead singer Scott Weiland was found dead in his tour bus by his manager while on the road in Minnesota — he was 48-years-old. Tragic.
Currently, the industry vet's cause of death has yet to be made available.
Many in Hollywood took to Twitter and Instagram, to pay tribute to Scott, once they learned of the rocker's untimely passing — including former bandmate Slash, Dave Navarro, Juliette Lewis, Tommy Lee, Taylor Momsen, Joe Perry, and many more.
Check out their responses below:
We can't even begin to express our heartbreak over the tragic situation in Paris.
Similarly to ourselves, many celebrities are horrified and sickened by the senseless terrorist attack.
Take a look at the heartsick and supportive tweets (below):
The people demanded holograms and they got some freakin holograms!!!
The first trailer for Jem And The Holograms had fans a bit worried when it pretty much looked like a YouTuber's rise to stardom with a little Dreamgirls action thrown into the mix!
But now we've had our chance to see a second trailer and it has a bit more of the sci-fi element we were looking for in the first place!
Right off the bat, we get to finally see Synergy, the super awesome computer left behind by Jerrica's father!
However, in this flick it looks more like a glorified projector on wheels that pretty much just shows old home movies! We guess they're getting a bit closer?
Ch-ch-check out the trailer (above) and share your thoughts in the comments!