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    CHRIS ROCK: Man, I counted at least 15 black people on that montage. I’m here at the Academy Awards, otherwise known as the White People’s Choice Awards.
    You realize if they nominated hosts, I wouldn’t even get this job. So y’all would be watching Neil Patrick Harris right now.
    But this is the wildest, craziest Oscars to ever host, because we’ve got all this controversy. No, no black nominees, you know, and people are like “Chris, you should boycott. Chris, you should quit. You should quit.”
    How come there’s only unemployed people that tell you to quit something, you know? No one with a job ever tells you to quit.

    I don’t need that. Kev right there — Kev makes movies fast. Every month. Porno stars don’t make movies that fast.
    Now the thing is, Why are we protesting? The big question: Why this Oscars? Why this Oscars, you know?
    It’s the 88th Academy Awards. It’s the 88th Academy Awards, which means this whole no black nominees thing has happened at least 71 other times. O.K.?
    You gotta figure that it happened in the 50s, in the 60s — you know, in the 60s, one of those years Sidney didn’t put out a movie. I’m sure there were no black nominees some of those years. Say ‘62 or ‘63, and black people did not protest.
    Why? Because we had real things to protest at the time, you know? We had real things to protest; you know, we’re too busy being raped and lynched to care about who won best cinematographer.
    You know, when your grandmother’s swinging from a tree, it’s really hard to care about best documentary foreign short.
    But what happened this year? What happened? People went mad. Spike got mad, — got mad, and Jada went mad, and Will went mad. Everybody went mad, you know?
    Jada got mad? Jada says she not coming, protesting. I’m like ain’t she on a TV show?
    Jada is going to boycott the Oscars — Jada boycotting the Oscars is like me boycotting Rihanna’s panties. I wasn’t invited.
    Oh, that’s not an invitation I would turn down.
    But I understand, I’m not hating. I understand you mad. Jada’s mad her man Will was not nominated for “Concussion.” I get it, I get it.
    Tell the truth. I get it, I get it. You get mad — it’s not fair that Will was this good and didn’t get nominated.

    Yeah, you’re right. It’s also not fair that Will was paid $20 million for “Wild Wild West.” O.K.?

    Thing, you know, this year, the Oscars, things are gonna be a little different. Things are going to be a little different at the Oscars. This year, in the In Memoriam package, it’s just going to be black people that were shot by the cops on their way to the movies.
    Yes, yes. I said it. Alright?
    Hey, if you want black nominees every year, you need to just have black categories. That’s what you need. You need to have black categories.
    You already do it with men and women. Think about it: There’s no real reason for there to be a man and a woman category in acting.
    C’mon. There’s no reason. It’s not track and field.
    You don’t have to separate ‘em. You know, Robert De Niro’s never said, “I better slow this acting down, so Meryl Streep can catch up.”
    No, not at all, man. If you want black people every year at the Oscars, just have black categories like Best Black Friend.
    That’s right. “And the winner for the 18th year in a row is Wanda Sykes. This is Wanda’s 18th Black Oscar.”
    But here’s the real question. The real question everybody wants to know, everybody wants to know in the world is: Is Hollywood racist? Is Hollywood racist?
    You know, that’s gotta go at that at the right way.
    Is it burning-cross racist? No.
    Is it fetch-me-some-lemonade racist? No. No, no, no.
    It’s a different type of racist. Now, I remember one night I was at a fund-raiser for President Obama. A lot of you were there. And, you know, it’s me and all of Hollywood.

    And it’s all of us there. And it’s about four black people there: me, uh, let’s see, Quincy Jones, Russell Simmons, Questlove. You know, the usual suspects, right? And every black actor that wasn’t working.
    Needless, to say Kev Hart was not there. O.K.? So, at some point you get to take a picture with the president, and, you know as they’re setting up the picture you get a little moment with the president.
    I’m like, “Mr. President, you see all these writers and producers and actors? They don’t hire black people, and they’re the nicest, white people on earth! They’re liberals! Cheese!”
    That’s right. Is Hollywood racist? You’re damn right Hollywood is racist. But it ain’t that racist that you’ve grown accustomed to.
    Hollywood is sorority racist.
    It’s like, “We like you Rhonda, but you’re not a Kappa.”
    That’s how Hollywood is.
    But things are changing. Things are changing.
    We got a black Rocky this year. Some people call it “Creed.” I call it “Black Rocky.”
    And that’s a big, that’s an unbelievable statement. I mean, cause “Rocky” takes place in a world where white athletes are as good as black athletes.
    “Rocky” is a science fiction movie. There’s things that happened in “Star Wars” that are more believable than things that happened in “Rocky,” O.K.?
    But hey, we’re here to honor actors. We’re here to honor actors, we’re here to honor films.
    There’s a lot of snubs, lot of snubs. One of the biggest snubs no one’s talking about: My favorite actor in the world is Paul Giamatti.

    Paul Giamatti, I believe, is the greatest actor in the world. Think about what Paul Giamatti has done the last couple of years.
    Last year, he’s in “12 Years a Slave” — hates black people. This year he’s in “Straight Outta Compton” — loves black people.
    Last year, he was whooping Lupita; this year, he’s crying at Eazy-E’s funeral.
    Now, that’s range. Ben Affleck can’t do that.
    What I’m trying to say is, you know, it’s not about boycotting anything. It’s just, we want opportunity. We want black actors to get the same opportunities as white actors.
    That’s it. Not just once. Leo gets a great part every year and, you know, everybody, all you guys, get great parts all the time.
    But what about the black actors?
    Look at Jamie Foxx. Jamie Foxx is one of the best actors in the world, man. Jamie Foxx was so good in “Ray” that they went to the hospital and unplugged the real Ray Charles. It’s like, “We don’t need two of these!” Nah, man.
    You know, everything’s not about race, man. Another big thing tonight is — somebody told me this — you’re not allowed to ask women what they’re wearing anymore.
    There’s this whole thing, “Ask her more. You have to ask her more.” You know it’s like, You ask the men more.
    Everything’s not sexism, everything’s not racism.
    They ask the men more because the men are all wearing the same outfits, O.K.? Every guy in there is wearing the exact same thing.
    You know, if George Clooney showed up with a lime green tux on, and a swan coming out his ass, somebody would go, “What you wearing, George?”
    Hey, welcome to the 88th Oscars, Academy Awards. Yes, thank you.
    You want diversity? We got diversity.
    Please welcome Emily Blunt and somebody whiter, Charlize Theron

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    Overall I didn't like it at all , and the laugh of the audience at some of the jokes are side eye worthy .
    But I would pay to have a footage of Leo's reaction at that Rihanna joke just cause , I'm messy and I live for drama and gossips .

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    Here are some celebrities who failed to impress in the recently concluded Oscar awards.







    SOURCE: 12345678

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    Ben Affleck

    Dave Chappelle

    Priyanka Chopra

    Leonardo DiCaprio

    Nina Dobrev

    Faye Dunaway

    Whoopi Goldberg

    Ashley Graham

    Jake Gyllenhaal

    Vanessa Hudgens

    Chanel Iman

    Gillian Jacobs

    Beverly Johnson

    Miranda Kerr

    Lady Gaga and Taylor Kinney

    Brie Larson

    Juliette Lewis


    courtney Love

    Anthony Mackie

    Rami Malek

    Rooney Mara

    Rachel McAdams

    Olivia Munn

    Paula Patton

    Daisy Ridley

    Michelle Rodriguez

    Mark Rylance

    Suzanne Somers

    David Spade

    Hailee Steinfeld

    Sir Patrick Stewart

    Mya Taylor

    Chrissy Teigen

    Juno Temple

    Marisa Tomei

    Sophie Turner

    Gabrielle Union

    Kate Upton

    Alicia Vikander

    Dita Von Teese

    Olivia Wilde and Jason Sudeikis

    Wiz Khalifa

    Group Pics

    Source 1 and 2
    Here is part one in case you mised it.

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    -After insisting she be called by her current ex husband's name she's now in the process of dropping it
    -doesn't want people to use the name anymore
    -is currently just plain Cheryl as a result of the decree nisi not being granted
    -will most likely go back to Cole because it's her professional name, and will give her a leg up with brands like L'oreal (what kind of random name drop)
    -is considering Tweedy because she's proud of her heritage but considers it a step back

    What's the worst impulse decision you've made for/with an ex ontd?

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  • 02/29/16--08:54: Girls 5x03 Promo (Japan)

  • Girls 5x03 "Japan" - Shoshanna's job in Japan is a perfect fit with an even better boss; Hannah is shocked by what she finds on Fran's phone; Jessa and Alex critique Adam's performance on a TV crime drama.


    i hat myself fur likin thiz sho still. s5 iz bettr then s4 so far

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    LGBT Pioneer (who's ideas would be quickly flagged on wikipedia) Sam Smith has been told that he lost 5% for improper citations, a reminder check out the facts about the community he is trying to inspire.

    After being told he wasn't the first gay person to win an Oscar, he continued to avoid google and told reporters he believed he was the second openly gay Oscar winner.

    Regardless, Ian McKellen has responded positively, and all of us probably should let it go

    Source 1 / Source 2 / Source 3 / Source 4

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  • 02/29/16--09:47: Amy Adams for UK's GQ

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    * The show drew a 23.4 overnight rating on Sunday night, according to ABC.
    * last year ratings : 36.6


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    *Kesha thanked LG for her TIHTY performance, said it's an important issue close to her heart
    *Lawyer says Kesha is not a victim, can't be used as an example of someone who was raped
    *Cites her testimony from 2011 as proof
    *Kesha's in the Turks & Caicos and hopefully no longer affected by the bile that spews from Luke/'s team
    *TMZ reminds us that Kesha has said Dr Luke threatened her to make her 2011 statements
    *Kesha was not allowed to perform or appear on stage at the Oscars because her contract with Dr Luke forbids it


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  • 02/29/16--09:48: ONTD Roundup
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    The musical twosome, last heard from in 2009/2010, is set to return this summer with new material and a tour! Will these Kiwi cuties stop in your town? Find out more behind the cut.

    Announcement from their website: Jemaine and Bret have new material, which they’ll be showcasing on the road this summer. The “Flight of the Conchords Sing Flight of the Conchords” tour begins on June 11th in the great city of Cleveland, OH and ends July 27th in Los Angeles, CA. The tour will visit Philadelphia, San Francisco, Minneapolis, Seattle, Atlanta and many more. Highlight stops include, Red Rocks Amphitheater, Newport Folk Fest, and Central Park Summer Stage. This is the band’s first tour since going out on the first-ever “Oddball Comedy & Curiosity Tour” in 2014. Tickets go on sale this Friday March 4th at 10am here.

    Tour Dates
    Jun. 11 – Cleveland, OH – State Theatre
    Jun. 12 – Philadelphia, PA – Mann Center for Performing Arts
    Jun. 13 – Washington, DC – Wolf Trap Filene Center
    Jun. 14 – Columbus, OH – Palace Theatre
    Jun. 16 – Detroit, MI – Fox Theatre
    Jun. 17 – Minneapolis, MN – Orpheum
    Jun. 18 – Milwaukee, WI – Riverside Theatre
    Jun. 19 – Chicago, IL – Pritzker Pavilion
    Jun. 22 – Redmond, WA – Marymoor Park
    Jun. 23 – Vancouver, BC – Orpheum
    Jun. 24 – Portland, OR – Keller Auditorium
    Jun. 27 – San Francisco, CA – The Masonic
    Jul. 01 – Santa Barbara, CA – Santa Barbara Bowl
    Jul. 02 – San Diego, CA – Cal Coast Credit Union Open Air Theatre at SDSU
    Jul. 03 – Phoenix, AZ Comerica Theatre
    Jul. 05 – Morrison, CO – Red Rocks Amphitheatre
    Jul. 07 – Kansas City, MO – Starlight Theatre
    Jul. 09 – Austin, TX – Bass Hall
    Jul. 11 – New Orleans, LA – Saenger Theatre
    Jul. 12 – Atlanta, GA – Chastain Park Amphitheatre
    Jul. 14 – Nashville, TN – Ascend Amphitheater
    Jul. 16 – Boca Raton, FL – Mizner Park Amphitheatre
    Jul. 17 – St. Augustine, FL – St. Augustine Amphitheatre
    Jul. 18 – Cary, NC – Koka Booth Amphitheatre
    Jul. 22 – Newport, RI – Newport Folk Festival 2016 (Fort Adams State Park)
    Jul. 23 – Boston, MA – Blue Hills Bank Pavilion
    Jul. 24 – New York, NY – Central Park SummerStage
    Jul. 27 – Los Angeles, CA – Greek Theatre


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    Sharknado star Tara Reid posted this selfie on Instagram with the caption: Windy days💜

    Those who follow her, however, couldn't help but comment about her dazed appearance:

    - Haunted look
    - Even lips look crack head
    - You look like a walker from the Walking Dead
    - Is this picture from one of those faces of meth websites?
    - you look stunning😍 your eyes tho🙌🏼🙌🏼🙌🏼
    - Looks like windy angry daze!
    - Wow you're beat up

    Is she okay? This is why I don't take selfies!

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    Hello everyone and welcome to the Piscean edition of our horoscope faves! A big happy birthday to all of our ONTDer pisceans as we continue our journey through 5YWl2efe2.gif season!

    Fred Rogers (aka Mr Rodgers), March 20
    Fred Rogers raised a couple generations through the power of TV, asking us if we’d like to be his neighbor (if your answer was not a YES, then get the fuck out). In 1969, Mr. Rogers went to US Congress to plead on behalf of funding for public broadcasting in the United States. Not only did Congress NOT reduce funding, they actually INCREASED funding. Bless him.

    Alan Rickman, Feb 21
    By Grabthar’s hammer, by the sons of Worvan I will avenge you! Alan Rickman was a joy of person and a joy of an actor; I don’t think there’s anyone that could hate his acting, on stage or on screen. A man with a unique voice and presence, he was also an activist and fought on behalf of his costars and coworkers. He is truly missed.

    Lupita Nyong’o, March 1
    Stunning all of us with her work in 12 Years a Slave, Lupita entered our hearts and has yet to leave. Beautiful, intelligent, and with a voice like butter, we look forward to her career.

    Oscar Isaac, March 9
    He’ll do you the right way. With critically acclaimed films like Inside Llewyn Davis and Ex Machina, Oscar Isaac is now known on a worldwide basis due to his turn as Resistance Pilot Poe Dameron in Star Wars: The Force Awakens. Thanks to his beauty and charisma, Poe Dameron ended up not being killed in the film.

    John Boyega, March 17
    Really it should be John BAEyega, am I right??? This qt was born in 1992 and is the enthusiastic child of Nigerian immigrants in Peckham. The adorable cinnamon roll starts as Finn the ex-Stormtrooper in Star Wars: The Force Awakens and his energy is catching.

    Kesha, March 1
    Girl’s been through a lot these past few years. Bursting onto the scene with Tik Tok, Kesha is now embroiled in a legal battle with Dr. Luke, a slimy piece of shit who really should just get swallowed up by a sinkhole. Kesha- we here at ONTD are ALL rooting for you, and apologize for our mean comments in the past <3

    Queen Latifah, March 18
    The Queen! Well known rapper and actress, most of us met her in the sitcom Living Single. She’s starred in movies like Chicago, Ice Age, Last Holiday (a personal favorite for a pick me up movie), The Secret Life of Bees, and 22 Jump Street. Her most recent work was performing as The Wizard of Oz in NBC’s live rendition of The Wiz.

    Sidney Poitier, Feb 20

    Actor, director, and diplomat, Sidney Poitier was the first Bahamian and African American actor to win an Academy Award for his performance in Lilies of the Field. He’s well known for films like To Sir, With Love, In the Heat of the Night, and Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner. He was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom in 2009.

    Honorable mentions: Sailor Neptune, Steve Irwin, Bryan Cranston, Dr. Seuss, Freddie Prinze Jr., Drew Barrymore, Dakota Fanning (the answer to all blind items), Vanessa Williams, Ellen Page, Elizabeth Taylor, Emily Blunt, Kurt Cobain, Albert Einstein, Jensen Ackles, Aziz Ansari, Naoko Takeuchi

    Did your Piscean fave make the cut? Share any you think we may have missed below. Just remember that we have one more post to go ;)

    formatting & grfx by dangerbuffalo , words & prose by yurasama_love
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    it might actually exist!!!!!!

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    - Over 440,000 Tweets per minute got posted when Leonardo DiCaprio accepted the Oscar 2016 for Best Actor in a Leading role
    - beats Ellen Degeneres' twtter record from 2014 (255,000 Tweets per minute)


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    Previously on ONTD, Dustin Lance Black did not take kindly to Sam Smith thinking he was a trailblazer:

    Sam has now issued a mea culpa:

    sources: 1, 2, 3

    boring resolution tbh, but at least we'll always have DLB's AOL tweet.

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  • 03/01/16--07:02: It's Britney for V, Bitch!
  • Britney Spears for V Magazine's 100th issue on stands March 8th.


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