It's hard to imagine the Oscars without its jaw-dropping ending!
Sadly, this meant the comedian couldn't close the show with
There's nothing like coming to Meryl Streep's rescue to unite EVERYONE!
As you surely know, the always AH-Mazing Meryl delivered an INCREDIBLE speech at the Golden Globes on Sunday night blasting Donald Trump. Donald later responded via Twitter by calling the actress "over-rated." SRSLY?!
As a result, TONS of celebs have come to the actress' defense — George Clooney and Robert De Niro even chimed in! But Monday night, the late night hosts got a turn to put in their two cents — and Seth Meyers and Stephen Colbert let Trump have it!
Both comedians slammed the President-elect for his ABSURD tweet, but they also went on to analyze and bring the future POTUS down a peg for how he's handled the Russian hacking news!
Ch-ch-check out all the best Trump rebuttals (below)!
Every year, there are a TON of award shows that honor the best of the best in movies and film — and thankfully the Razzies also come around annually to give trophies to the worst of the WORST!
While we still won't know the finalists for the anti-Oscars, known as the Golden Raspberry Awards — Razzies for short — we now have the shameful shortlist of nominees!
Zac Efron made it onto the shortlist for his role in the critically maligned Dirty Grandpa, and Ben Affleck might be a finalist for his role in Batman v Superman! BTW, BvS was nominated in EVERY category except Worst Actress! OUCH!
Hillary Clinton even made the tentative list of nominees… well kind of. The "documentary" Hillary's America: The Secret History of the Democratic Party received several nominations, including one for Becky Turner, who plays her in the
propaganda piece movie. One critic described the movie as "piggybacking a baseless personal attack onto a pseudo history lesson"; we're sure the real Hillary would LOVE to see this flick named one of the worst.
Ch-ch-check out the shortlist of nominees (below) as we wait for the FINAL list that will drop January 23 — only a day before the Oscar nominations announcement!
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: