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Sharon Osbourne Defends James Franco Amid Sexual Misconduct Scandal — Says He Should Go To Oscars 'With His Dick Out'

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James Franco has found an unlikely ally…

As we reported, The Disaster Artist actor has been accused of sexual misconduct by multiple women, including actress Violet Paley who says Franco pressured her to perform oral sex while they were sitting in a car.

Following his big win at the 2018 Golden Globes, the 39-year-old appeared on The Late Show With Stephen Colbert and Late Night With Seth Meyers where he denied the allegations, and vocalized his support for the Time's Up campaign.

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On Wednesday night, The Talk cohosts Sharon Osbourne and Julie Chen were spotted outside Craig's in West Hollywood when TMZ asked them about the thespian's controversy. Apparently, Ozzy Osbourne's wife doesn't believe he did anything wrong!

She exclaimed:

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Donald Trump Once Said Oprah Was His First Pick For VP — Watch!

| Filed under: TV NewsPolitikDonald TrumpOprah WinfreyLarry KingGolden GlobesSeth MeyersNostalgiaGirl Power

Oprah Winfrey struck a chord with millions with her highly inspirational speech at the Golden Globes.

So much so that, just as Seth Meyers joked in his opening monologue, people for real said she should run for president!

Video: Oprah Winfrey Was Just As Inspiring Backstage

And believe it or not, even Donald Trump thought she was a good choice, calling her his "first pick" for VP when he unsuccessfully first tried to run in 2000!

Of course, this was also a time when Trump said he thought the Republicans were "too far right" and that he was "somewhat liberal on social issues, especially healthcare."

Ch-ch-check out what the future POTUS had to say about Oprah in a vintage interview with Larry King from 1999 (above)!

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We Need A Moment After Seeing This Photo Of Oprah Winfrey, Gayle King, & Ava DuVernay At The Golden Globes!

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Ummm, can someone check our pulse?!

The old us can't come to the phone right now because we're dead after seeing this ICONIC photo of Oprah Winfrey, Gayle King, and Ava DuVernay at the Golden Globes! So many legends in the same frame!

Of course, all of these powerhouses were wearing all black in solidarity with the Time's Up movement as they've all been inspiring voices for change.

Like Seth Meyers suggested… can Oprah run for President yet??

[Image via Getty Images.]

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Late Night Blasts The FCC For Killing The Internet By Voting To Repeal Net Neutrality — WATCH (While You Still Can)!

| Filed under: TV NewsFilm FlickersLegal MattersDonald TrumpStephen ColbertJimmy KimmelSeth MeyersTrevor Noah

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Well, this whole Internet thing was fun while it lasted!

As you probably heard by now, the FCC voted to put an end to net neutrality, effectively allowing Internet Service Providers like Verizon and AT&T to slow down, block, or charge more for certain websites.

Needless to say, people of the interwebs were both outraged and terrified that this ruling went through — particularly since 83% of Americans were completely against it — and the voices of late night were just as furious.

Video: Kimmel & Son Make Plea To Save Children's Health Care!

Jimmy Kimmel, Trevor Noah, Seth Meyers, and Stephen Colbert all sounded off on the FCC's tragic ruling Thursday night, blasting Donald Trump-appointed chairman Ajit Pai for giving big corporations full control of the internet.

Pai has said the FCC's action "is not going to end the Internet as we know it" and "it's not going to stifle free expression online." But as the late nighters point out, this deregulation could easily turn the Internet into the government's most lucrative toll road.

Hear the comedians discuss Net Neutrality (below) before you have to pay for it!

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