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Celebs Conceived Around Valentine's Day — Probs!

Celebs conceived around Valentine's Day.

Depending on your relationship status and general mental well-being, Valentine's Day is either the most romantic holiday or the absolute worst.

But for these celebs' parents, it might've been a very special day indeed!

According to the human gestational period and some basic arithmetic, it is highly probable these stars were conceived on V-Day because love was in the air and a bed was nearby!

Congratulations, people born in the second week of November!

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Steven Spielberg Thinks People Should 'Stop Blaming The Academy' For #OscarsSoWhite Controversy — Check Out All His Strong Opinions HERE!

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Steven Spielberg is arguably the most powerful figure in Hollywood, so we've been waiting to hear what he had to say about the #OscarsSoWhite controversy.

In an interview for The Hollywood Reporter's "Awards Chatter" podcast, the 69-year-old said the entertainment industry needed to "stop blaming the Academy" for the lack of minority representation — echoing the statements of Whoopi Goldberg and George Clooney.

Related: Meryl Streep Reacts To #OscarsSoWhite By Saying 'We're All Africans'!

The three-time Oscar winner said he was a "huge supporter" of the Academy Awards, but, like most, was surprised that certain films and performances were not honored in this year's nominees.

He explained:

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Helen Mirren Defends The Oscars Amid Diversity Controversy — And Calls Donald Trump As President 'A Very Frightening Idea'!

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While tons of stars have put the Academy on blast for not properly representing minorities, Helen Mirren thinks it's "unfair" to attack them for the lack of diversity in the Oscars nominees!

On Wednesday, the Trumbo actress addressed the controversy with England's Channel 4 News, and came to the defense of the Academy!

Video: Helen Destroys Drunk Drivers In Scathing Super Bowl Commercial!

When asked if she felt the prestigious award show was "behind the times" for having all-white actor nominees for the second consecutive year, she said:

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Jennifer Aniston Had One Of The Best 'I'm An Actor' Monologues At The SAG Awards EVER! See All Our Faves!

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The SAG Awards are here!

And while there may not be any controversy surrounding the award show in which actors are recognized by their peers for outstanding performances, it's still one of our favorite shows to watch!

One of the best parts of the show is when stars introduce themselves to the camera and say why they identify as an actor!

Last year, Jennifer Aniston had one of the best monologues recalling her fondness of the craft throughout her childhood. She said:

"When I was a little girl growing up in New York City, all I ever wanted to be was Scarlett O'Hara. Oh, well. I'm Jennifer Aniston, and I'm an actor."

But Jen isn't the only star to have a funny "I'm an actor" monologue! Anne Hathaway, Steve Carell, and Whoopi Goldberg are just a FEW more of our favorites…

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The Oscars Say It Wasn't Their Fault The Straight Outta Compton Cast Wasn't Invited! Find Out Who They're Blaming!

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The Oscars are apparently over taking the blame for Hollywood's diversity problem!

Earlier this week, it came out that the majorly snubbed Straight Outta Compton cast wasn't even invited to this year's ceremony — which created an even bigger uproar over the #OscarsSoWhite controversy.

But the Academy Of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences says they aren't to blame, because they aren't the ones who do the inviting!

Related: The Oscar Presenters Show More Diversity Than The Nominees!

An Academy spokesperson said that they only invite the nominees, and it's up to the studios to pick who else gets to go!

Speaking to People, the source said:

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Believe It Or Not, The Oscar Presenters Aren't All White! Find Out Who Will Take The Stage During The Show!

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The acting nominees for this year's Oscars may be exclusively Caucasian, but at least the list of presenters has some variety!

After igniting an industry-wide discussion on Hollywood's lack of diversity, the Academy announced the first batch of presenters set to hand out trophies at the prestigious awards show on Thursday!

And unlike the "lily white" nominees, the group of stars scheduled to appear throughout the night are of different races, genders, and even ages!

Related: Straight Outta Compton Cast Wasn't Even INVITED To The Oscars!

Whoopi Goldberg, Benicio Del Toro, and 9-year-old Room actor Jacob Tremblay will take the stage, along with Lady GaGa who's up for her first Oscar for Best Original Song!

Other stars in the music department set to appear are Sam Smith, Pharrell Williams, and The Weeknd, while rounding out the actors are Tina Fey, Kevin Hart, Charlize Theron, and Ryan Gosling!

Producers of the show commented on their own inclusive announcement in a statement, saying:

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Lena Dunham & Gabrielle Union React To The #OscarsSoWhite Controversy — And Get Real About The Diversity Problems In Hollywood!

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More high-profile people are speaking out about diversity in Hollywood — and it's about time!

Both Lena Dunham and Gabrielle Union opened up about how to combat problems like the Oscars' recent controversy, during interviews with reporters this week at the Sundance Film Festival.

Related: This Take On #OscarsSoWhite Is AWFUL!

The Girls creator opened things up by being very candid about how studios ought to take a look at diverse voices and talent in El Lay:

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