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Oscar De La Renta Has Beyonce & Ann Romney's Vote!

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Awkward.

Beyonce and Ann Romney may be polar opposites when it comes to politics, but style? Not so much.

On Tuesday, the fierce diva donned a red Oscar de la Renta dress for her Barack Obama fundraiser held at Jay-Z's 40/40 club that was nearly identical to the one the FLOTUS hopeful wore to the Republican National Convention last month.

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Clint Eastwood Calls Republicans 'Dumb' For Inviting Him To Speak At Their Convention

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Clint Eastwood made it very clear to Ellen DeGeneres that he's not making any apologies for his speech at the Republican National Convention.

In fact, beyond fiscal responsibility, he revealed he really doesn't share too many values with the political party. Still, he likes Mitt Romney as a presidential candidate and gave him his celebrity endorsement, but doesn't necessarily think his endorsement was a good idea!

The 82-year-old seems kind of amused by all of the attention from his invisible Obama speech and laughs off most of the criticism. While talking to Extra (above), the iconic actor deduced that people either "loved it or hated it."

If any Republicans hated it though, it's their stupid fault, as he quipped:

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"There is not one empty chair and if there was, Clint Eastwood would be talking about it."

- Eva Longoria hosting the 2012 ALMA Awards, airing Friday 8 p.m. ET on NBC

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Clint Eastwood Explains His Empty Chair Speech And Calls Obama A 'Hoax'

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Clint Eastwood has broken his silence for the first time since delivering that really awkward speech at the Republican National Convention. And guess what? He's not sorry he did!

The 82-year-old Hollywood icon is sticking to his guns and partisanship by concluding that the people who were puzzled by his ramblings “are obviously on the left."

Because surely, that's the only explanation. It couldn't have been the fact that he randomly decided to develop Benjamin Button disease and invited an invisible friend to the podium with him, right? LOLz!

No matter how you felt about his entertaining approach to bashing Barack Obama, he told his hometown newspaper he just wanted to get three points across to the American public and explained:

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James Franco Skipped Class For Selena Gomez's Epic Curves, Now He's Being Sued!

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This is a confusing turn of events, so bare with us while we explain!

James Franco's old NYU film professor filed a defamation lawsuit after The Great and the Powerful actor spoke shiz about the quality of the instructor's lessons.

Prof. José Angel Santana was fired late last year and he claims it's because he gave James a 'D' in class.

And why would he do that!?

Angel confirmed:

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"He is a great actor, and an even better director. I think the last few movies that he's made have been terrific. One thing about being president or running for president, if you're easily offended, you should probably choose another profession."

- President Barack Obama, on Clint Eastwood's 'skit' at the Republican National Convention, to USA Today

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There Really IS A Ronald Reagan Hologram In The Works!

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Wow! The rumor actually wasn't that far off!

FOX News, which is frequently criticized for not sticking to their slogan, suggested that a hologram of Ronald Reagan would endorse Mitt Romney on Thursday night before the Republican presidential candidate accepted the party's nomination.

Everyone seemed to know that Clint Eastwood would be taking the podium (although not everyone knew he would be talking to an empty chair), but a Fox anchor went ahead and speculated that the deceased president would be following in Tupac's footsteps.

Well, now someone has confirmed that a holographic projection of the 40th commander-in-chief was actually scheduled to be debuted at the Republican National Convention.

Thankfully, the conservative party was NOT going to allow a brain that no longer functions to endorse a political candidate and was instead going to use an old speech he gave to promote the Jumpstart Our Business Startups Act.

Tony Reynolds, an Ohio man working on the project, told sources:

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