There were some diverse fashion choices at CinemaCon's The State Of The Industry event!
We'd probably go with Cara as our fave here, though. She looked like a true supermodel!
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After the 36-year-old's painful interview with winner Vanessa Grimaldi on After The Final Rose, the newly-engaged duo headed over to Jimmy Kimmel Live!, where they talked about plans for the future and were put to the test to see how well they really know each other.
Considering the whole thing started with Miz Grimaldi joking that Jimmy probably knows Nick better than she does, you can only imagine how it went! LOLz!
Watch Nick and Vanessa play The Newly Engaged Game (below)!!
On Wednesday, both actresses went on TV to gush about Nick Viall's season of The Bachelor, and it's clear they're true fans!
While speaking to Jimmy Kimmel, Brie got really passionate about who the handsome star should end up with ever since her fave girl was eliminated! And January basically revealed to James Corden how she's ready to be the next "Bachelorette"! We'd be so down to watch that!
Depending on how things go on Monday for Nick, maybe he could be a contestant on that season?? Wink, wink!
Watch their interviews (below) to see them totally fangirl over it all… just like some of these other some celebs (also below)!
Sounds like that PwC accountant responsible for the embarrassing Oscars blunder could have been a little more focused on doing his job than chasing fame.
As you know, Brian Cullinan was tweeting pics of Emma Stone on Sunday when he accidentally handed off the duplicate Best Actress envelope to Warren Beatty instead of Best Picture. Smh.
We're now hearing that Brian also allegedly asked show producers for him and his colleague Martha Ruiz to be a part of a sketch with Jimmy Kimmel at some point during the show — an idea that was supposedly turned down!
Despite these reports, however, a rep from the accounting firm tells Variety that this is absolutely not true — and Brian was just meeting with the showrunners because the company was still a little offended by Chris Rock's joke last year when he brought three Asian-American kids onstage to represent the accountants.
The representative argued:
Like Donald Trump, former president George W. Bush has seen his fair share of impressions about him during his stint in office.
But unlike the orange cheeto currently running the White House, the 43rd POTUS was never bothered by a good roast at his expense!
Stopping by Jimmy Kimmel Live! on Thursday, Bush admitted he LOVED when comedians made fun of his presidential faux pas — he even bragged about old gems like "stragegery" and "misunderestimate," noting the best humor "is when you make fun of yourself."
After complementing the late night host on his "damn good" monologue (which was chock full of Trump jabs), Bush poked fun at Kimmel not knowing what to do after the wrong envelope was given to Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway. He quipped:
"Pass the envelope, please."
Ch-ch-check out the clips (below) to hear Bush discuss Trump's inauguration, Dick Cheney's gun incident, and so much more!
There's still so much tea being spilled about the Oscars Best Picture mix up!
As you surely know by now, on Sunday, there was a MAJOR onstage blunder when Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway mistakenly called out La La Land as the Best Picture winner — when in reality the film Moonlight was the victor. Since then, Brian Cullinan and Martha Ruiz, the PricewaterhouseCoopers accountants who were responsible for the snafu have been disciplined.
But don't feel too badly for the accountants, as the Oscars' longtime stage manager, named Gary Natoli, has since come forward and dished about how incompetent these two actually were. Oooh, go on!
In a candid interview, Natoli told The Wrap: