Celebrity Scoops

Celebrity Scoops…updated Monday, 9.18.17

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Stephen Colbert hosted last night’s 69th Emmy Awards in Los Angeles. Former White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer himself spiced it up appearing on the program, kidding, “This will be the largest audience to witness an Emmys, period! Both in person and around the world.” Colbert quipped, “…Wow, that really soothes my ego.” Below is Colbert’s opening monologue:

Winners included: The Handmaid’s Tale” for Outstanding Drama Series, Elisabeth Moss for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama, Donald Glover – the first black director ever for Outstanding Director in a Comedy and Outstanding Lead Actor, Lena Waithe – the first black woman ever for Outstanding Writing in a Comedy Series, Julia Louis-Dreyfus for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy, Sterling Brown for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama series (“This is Us”), Ann Dowd for Outstanding Supporting Actress (“The Handmaid’s Tale”), “Big Little Lies” for Outstanding Limited series, Alec Baldwin for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy, Nicole Kidman for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Limited Series, Kate McKinnon for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy, “Veep” for Outstanding Comedy Series. All winners can be found here on CNN. Some fashion highlights include:

Viola Davis, photo by RCFA, Facebook

Viola Davis, photo by RCFA, Facebook

Jessica Biel, RCFA, Facebook

Jessica Biel, RCFA, Facebook

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Shailene Woodley, RCFA, Facebook

Shailene Woodley, RCFA, Facebook

Meanwhile, Shailene Woodley took some heat on social media after admitting on the red carpet she doesn’t even own a TV. “I haven’t had a TV since I moved out of my parents’ house at 18,” she told E! News. “All my friends who watch TV, I always ask them when they have time to. When do they have time to? I’m a reader; I always have a book,” she said. Someone tweeted, “Shailene Woodley asking who has time to watch TV is that annoying girl who reminds the teacher to collect the homework at the end of class.” Not exactly a great testimonial for watching television, is it?

Kevin Hart Apologizes Extortion 9-17Kevin Hart got serious on Instagram over the weekend, apologizing to his wife and children and revealing an unidentified person was trying to extort him for $500,000 over a “sexually suggestive” video. “You know I’m not perfect. I’m not going to sit up here and say that I am or claim to be in any way, shape or form. And I made a bad error in judgement and I put myself in a bad environment where only bad things can happen and they did. And in doin that I know that I’m going to hurt the people closest to me, who I’ve talked to and apologized to, that would be my wife and kids.” He also said there are “no excuses” and he vowed to “do better” in the future. The FBI is reportedly involved in the case, reports TMZ. Click on his pic to see the video apology.

Duck and steer clear of trouble today! Happy start to the week!

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