This is really sad to hear.
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At least Zach Braff knows when he's wrong.
In the controversial tweet, Braff compared the singer's costume to that of a monkey in Oz the Great and Powerful.
She's got the face everyone is talking about!
But there have ALSO been celeb reactions!
Yup, while many celebs stay quiet on other celebs when it's a controversial matter, Renee's face has somehow gotten celebs to take to Twitter to give their two cents.
So who played nice and who turned it into a joke??
Ch-ch-check out what Hollywood had to say (below)!
We know this guy loves to post naked pics on social media to stir things up…
So it was really no surprise James Franco took on the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge bottomless with a BIG grin!
He captioned the chilly and revealing vid:
We LOOOOVE when celebs don't hold back their opinions on events like this!
From Billy Eichner to Lena Dunham, the celebs were dripping in sarcasm and it's absolutely BRILLIANT!
Oh, and did we mention Alan Cumming, who stars in Cabaret sent a little message out as well? HA!
Seriously, the Twitterverse was rolling in the LOLz when discussing the former Transformers stars arrest!
Ch-ch-check out the HIGHLARIOUS tweets…AFTER THE JUMP!!!
He's a poet and we didn't even know it!
James Franco plays a super-talented (and super hot) poet in an Forever Love, an upcoming biopic about Pulitzer prize-winning poet C. K. Williams.
Ch-ch-check out the trailer (above)!
Dayyyum!! We haven't seen this many stars in one place since the last time we took off our pants in a planetarium!
Forever Love is supposed to premiere sometime this year, so keep your eyes peeled!
The most EPIC bromance in TV history is back!!!
The glorious gents reprised Guy Love, a song they first sang together in a musical episode of Scrubs.
J.D. and Super Chocolate Bear belting out a bromance-themed duet on stage?
Uh, yeah — we're totally watching this!
Ch-ch-check out their performance…AFTER THE JUMP!!!
Bullets Over Broadway is a fine show. Unfortunately, fine isn't good enough for a Tony nomination for Best Musical nor is it likely to help sustain a long run.
The new stage adaptation of Woody Allen's film is firing blanks.
The show was poised to be a big smash of the current season, with an all-star cast lead by Zach Braff and spearheaded by an all-star director, Susan Stroman.
While Stroman's last Broadway musical, Big Fish, was spectacular and filled with wonder, awe, imagination and playfulness - Bullets Over Broadway is "by the book".
Harmless. Inoffensive. Not a bad time. But not a great time.
It's all been done before. Mobsters. Self-reflection. Etc. Etc.
A lot of the blame lies on the material. The songs chosen are little-known jazz standards from the early 20th century. If they're "little-known", that should tell you something about the quality of the tunes!
The show's other big weakness is that not every movie works on the stage. Allen's characters from the film don't hold up well when having the spotlight on them and amplified on Broadway.
They aren't characters as much as they are caricatures.
There's Braff doing Woody. There's a girl doing a Cyndi Lauper impression. There's all these fine actors giving fine performances, but it's hard to relate to any of them because these characters are drawn so superficially.
There are, however, two standout performances.
Once again, Betsy Wolfe proves she is one of the top leading ladies on Broadway! Not only does she have one of the best voices, but she is also such a superb actress! She infuses the show with so much heart and humanity, something it's sorely lacking.
And the other standout Nick Cordero, who turns his one-dimensional role into a fully-fleshed and fantastic portrayal!