So unless you are Trump himself, watch and enjoy the roasting (above)!
Leonardo DiCaprio News Archive
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:
Kathy Griffin Reveals 'Cold' & 'Rude' Encounters With Jon Hamm, Ashton Kutcher & More Celebs! Get The Full, Awkward Stories!
Kathy Griffin is well aware not everyone is a fan of her comedy… especially the celebrities she's notoriously made fun of!
But after endless encounters with Hollywood's elite over the years, the 56-year-old has revealed some celebs have been just downright MEAN to her face!
In her new book Kathy Griffin's Celebrity Run-Ins, the Emmy-winner recounts various moments she's had with over 125 stars, and not all of them are as pleasant as you'd expect!
One of the most shocking revelations from Griffin's latest exposé is that Jon Hamm might not be super charming 100% of the time — at least not when rubbing elbows with a comedy veteran.
The comedianne writes of the Mad Men star:
Leonardo DiCaprio, Robert De Niro, James Corden, & More Get Political At The 2016 Hollywood Film Awards! See The Full Winners List!
Awards! Speeches! Donald Trump jabs!
That's basically what went down during Sunday's Hollywood Film Awards.
Since the first show to kick off awards season was just a few days ahead of Super Tuesday, the celeb speeches were mostly filled with political messages — and yes, most were aimed against the GOP nominee.
Even host James Corden weighed in on the heated political climate, quipping in his monologue:
While Ellen's audience was already treated to the AH-Mazing Justin Timberlake, she called up Leo at the last sec to see if he wanted to help promote his new National Geographic documentary, Before the Flood.
Unfortunately, the Oscar winning actor didn't dance when he came out, but the audience didn't seem to care! LOLz!
The Hollywood stud was there for a good cause though as he popped by to plug his doc and bring awareness to the effects of climate change — and how important it is to go vote for
people NOT named Donald Trump people who won't ignore this issue!
Ch-ch-check out Leo as he pop's by Ellen to urge people to get out and vote to help promote a great cause (below)!
Cocaine, Underage Girls, & Leonardo DiCaprio: Donald Trump's Past Comes Back To Haunt Him As Old Party Pals Spill All!
More and more scandalous stories about Donald Trump are surfacing!
On Monday, Daily Beast writer Michael Gross revealed two of the GOP nominee's former party pals are spilling secrets about the big bashes the businessman threw back in the day!
And, from their stories, there were all SORTS of illegal activities!
According to the journalist, who also wrote about these scandalous shindigs earlier this year, the presidential hopeful would host drug-filled parties crawling with underage girls at the Plaza Hotel.
Michael recently reached out to two of Trump's old partying buddies, and they dished deets about what went on during these illicit get-togethers.
One of the men, a fashion photographer whose name was excluded, explained the parties often introduced rich, older men to "young girls assuming they'd get somewhere," admitting that sometimes these girls were as young as 15 years old and "over their heads, they had no idea, and they ended up in situations."