This is so incredibly upsetting.
Afterward, the racist Republican took to Twitter to call her "arrogant."
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After winning the AACTA Trailblazer award on Wednesday night, the actress made sure to credit the President-elect in her acceptance speech — and shocker, the shout out was really just a dig at the politician's incompetence!
During the Australian awards ceremony in Sydney, the Keeping Up With The Joneses star thanked the incoming POTUS for being the inspiration behind her success.
"I do need to thank Trump. I don't think I'd be here if it weren't for him showing the world that unqualified orange people can win things."
Ha! But that wasn't even the first of the Trump-related swipes in Fisher's speech!
Earlier in the event, the 40-year-old also made fun of Melania Trump by reciting lines from one of Michelle Obama's speeches — just like Trump's wife notoriously did in her Republican National Convention address earlier this year.
The actress said:
Anna Faris is NOT a fan of tabloid gossip!
Despite regularly setting #RelationshipGoals with her husband, Chris Pratt, the Scary Movie alum felt "incredibly insecure" after rumors started swirling about the state of the twosome's marriage. Poor thing!
While chatting with Isla Fisher on her Anna Faris Is Unqualified podcast, the pair dished about the pros and cons of being in a public relationship while famous. As you surely know, Miz Fisher is married to Sacha Baron Cohen!
After the Nocturnal Animals actress revealed she doesn't like to talk about her man or kids during interviews, the Mom star jumped in and added:
Sacha Baron Cohen isn't the only prankster in his family!
How do we know this? Well, during a recent interview with Today, the funny man's wife Isla Fisher revealed that on one holiday card she pasted Amy Adams' face over her own — the only problem is NO ONE in her mailing list even noticed!
Miz Fisher dished:
He gave her something good to celebrate!
The 40-year-old actress stopped by Jimmy Kimmel Live! on Thursday night to promote her new movie Keeping Up with the Joneses — and while her husband just turned 45 last week, her late night appearance was all about her own birthday earlier this year.
Apparently, Sacha proved himself the King of Birthdays when he surprised Isla back in February by having her favorite pop star perform at her party…
So, how did Isla possibly top Sacha's grand gesture for his birthday this time around?!?
Easy: She didn't.
Curiouser and curiouser!
And as evidenced by their behavior at Monday night's premiere of the Tim Burton sequel, it's safe to say the two costars got really close!
Outside the El Capitan Theatre in Los Angeles, the Pirates of the Caribbean actor posed alongside the Borat star — and the duo couldn't help but get a little handsy with each other!
It all started out in good fun, but when Depp's hands started traveling south of SBC's beltline, we can only imagine he was thinking "___________"!
Clearly, the Mad Hatter can't keep his hands to himself!
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Such sad news.
According to reports, the businessman died at his London home surrounded by family following a "short illness."
The 44-year-old actor was extremely close to his father, who often attended many Hollywood events with his famous son and daughter-in-law Isla Fisher.
Our hearts go out to Sacha and his family during this difficult time.
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It looks like The Academy is in hot water again!
But during the ceremony, he still managed to tell some racially insensitive jokes himself that played with Asian stereotypes — and some people weren't laughing about it.
George Takei, Ang Lee, and Sandra Oh were some of 25 Academy members of Asian descent that sent a letter to the Academy protesting jokes about Asian's during the Oscars last month.
These old and lame jokes included Rock's skit that introduced three Asian children as Academy accountants, and an ad-libbed comment by Sacha Baron Cohen suggesting that Asians have small peens.
The letter asked for "concrete steps" to make sure that award shows will avoid the "tone-deaf approach" to Asians in the future. The letter states: