• In what has to be the biggest flub in Oscar history, Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway announced "La La Land" as Best Picture, when it was really "Moonlight."
  • CBS cancels "No Doubt" after only after 2 episodes.
  • Bill Paxton ("Twister," "Titanic," "Aliens") died suddenly Saturday due to complications from surgery. He was 61.
  • JC Penney announced that they'll be closing 140 of their stores.
  • Malaysian officials say that a nerve agent was used to kill the step-brother of North Korea's leader Kim Jong-un at an airport two weeks ago.
  • CMT brought the series "Nashville" back this year, but they killed off Rayna James, the lead character played by Connie Britton, last week.
  • Over the weekend, a group of witches said they began casting spells and will continue to do so until President Trump is gone.
  • Derek Hough will not return for season 24 of "Dancing with the Stars."
  • Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas is offering the FleurBurger 5000. A hamburger that costs $5,000.
  • Researchers claim that back pain increases your chance of dying early by 13%.
  • Doctors have spoken, and so Beyonce is pulling out of her headlining slot at this year's Coachella, due to concerns surrounding her pregnancy. However, she's already announced she'll be back as the headliner in 2018.
  • A book planned by Tarek and Christina El Moussa, the divorcing stars of HGTV's hit show "Flip or Flop," has been postponed indefinitely -- perhaps permanently.
  • The Boston Globe reports that there's a growing movement among witches to "bind" the President's behavior.
  • Selena Gomez is selling her resort-like home in Texas, yours for just $3 million.
  • Lauren Potter, who played Becky on "Glee," and her fiance' have called off their engagement. Actually, he did. Friends say he wasn't happy about all the attention they were getting. Both have Downs Syndrome.
  • Nick Cannon is a father again. He welcomed a son, Golden "Sagon" Cannon, with his ex-girlfriend, Brittany Bell, last Tuesday.
  • A report says UFO sightings are at an all-time high.
  • The New York Times aired its first TV ad in seven years during the Oscars last night. It had to do with truth.
  • Robin Thicke's ex-wife is accusing him of tampering with evidence in their child custody case.
  • Rihanna has been named Harvard's Humanitarian of the Year.
  • YouTube took down a video feed of a giraffe about to give birth because of "nudity" issues.


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