However, Rob threw in his two cents anyway, saying:
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Mel B threw in her two cents when she stopped by The Real on Tuesday, and questioned if the diva's vocals were to blame!
The former Spice Girl, who was also in Times Square on December 31 to host NBC's New Year's Eve with Carson Daly, told the panel she "couldn't believe what I was actually seeing" when Carey stopped singing.
"As a performer, as somebody on TV, if something happens, you just keep going. Your first reaction is to not let silence go too long, so I was in complete shock. I was like, 'Why did you let that happen?' And this is Mariah, who's an amazing singer and an amazing performer."
The America's Got Talent judge then got a little shady by speculating that the Elusive Chanteuse just may have not been able to hit the notes she used to belt out earlier in her career! She questioned:
Sorry not sorry!
Spoiler alert! If you haven't seen Monday night's episode of The Bachelor… the season's early villain, Corinne Olympios, shocked fans — and the other contestants — when she took her bikini top off and had Nick Viall hold his hands on her bare boobs during the bridal-themed group date.
The 24-year-old caused a ruckus again later for pulling Nick aside to have THREE one-on-one sessions during the cocktail party. Say it ain't so!
And we're only in episode two!! LOLz!
The claws come out!
We don't want to spoil last night's episode of The Bachelor for you — but there's a point where Nick Viall gets slapped across the face by one of the contestants… and Amanda Stanton was quick to fire off a sassy tweet while watching from home.
As you're probably aware, the Bachelor in Paradise alum recently called off her engagement with Josh Murray after the two had a controversial relationship on the reality show — and it seems like the split might not have been as amicable as we thought!
As you may have seen last month, the 53-year-old's team filed court documents asking for Amber to pay $100,000 for Johnny's attorney's fees and costs as sanctions — alleging that the Justice League star "continues to needless litigate a case which has been settled, all while parading in front of the media in a desperate attempt to extend her fifteen minutes of fame." Damn.
This all, of course, comes after the former couple came to a $7 million "settlement" back in August, all of which would be donated (by Amber) to the ACLA and Children's Hospital of Los Angeles.
What a flip flopper!
However, it may come as a shock to you that the Donald didn't always feel that way about the 67-year-old — and in an interview last year, he even listed her as one of his favorite actresses!
When receiving the Cecil B. DeMille award on Sunday, the Florence Foster Jenkins star sounded off on Trump's horrifying "performance" on the campaign trail, specifically when he appeared to mock a disabled reporter at a rally.
Unsurprisingly, the businessman slammed the screen legend on Twitter the next day, calling Streep "over-rated" — but the 70-year-old politician had a much different opinion about the actress in a 2015 interview with The Hollywood Reporter.
When asked if there are any leading ladies in Hollywood he "loves" to watch, Streep was one of the two stars named by Trump. He said:
That moment when Rocky doesn't have a seat at the table.
According to multiple sources, Sylvester Stallone was not in the audience during the Golden Globes on Sunday due to a seating snafu at his assigned table, which included the Manchester by the Sea team — actor Casey Affleck, producer Matt Damon, and writer-director Kenneth Lonergan.
One source close to the show revealed no one sitting at the table made an effort to make adjustments for the Stallones, who ultimately got frustrated and watched the ceremony from the green room backstage. We can imagine that would be a bit embarrassing!
Another insider says: