In an Instagram post showcasing her red carpet look, Kravitz took to the caption to share her feelings regarding the hot topic writing: “Here’s a picture of my dress at the show where we are apparently assaulting people on stage now.”
Long before the 2022 Oscar slap that was heard around the world echoed from Will Smith’s hand on Chris Rock’s cheekbone there was tension brewing between the two black entertainment stars.
While many wondered viewers choked up when Chadwick Boseman's likeness appeared during the customary "In Memoriam" segment, many were upset that King T'Challa didn't win the "Best Actor" award that night.
Chris Rock’s best efforts to calm the #Oscarssowhite controversy wasn’t enough to get people watching. This year’s Academy Awards ceremony hit a record low in the ratings pool, with approximately 34 million viewers tuning in Sunday (Feb. 28) night.
With so many actors slamming the Oscars for it’s diversity deficiency, this year’s show could see in a dip in viewership. To combat the outrage/potential ratings disaster, the Academy of Motion Pictures has a quick fix in mind.
Stacey Dash is back on her soap box spewing nonsense for the purpose of sound bites, and slander. Dash appeared on Fox News Channels Fox & Friends to talk about the Oscars diversity controversy, which opened the door for more pointless banter on all things related to Black people.
Details are emerging regarding a divide of sorts between 12 Years A Slave director Steve McQueen and screenwriter John Ridley after the 2014 Academy Awards this past Sunday.
Pharrell Williams didn’t take home an Academy Award last night, but he’s still winning. Last night’s ( March 2) Oscars ceremony added to what has become one of the best runs in Williams’ career to date.
Comedienne and author Chelsea Handler took over Huffington Post’s Twitter account, and live-tweeted the happenings of the 2014 Academy Awards. Although Handler’s brand of comedy has always bordered on edgy, many felt she went over the line with a series of tasteless tweets aimed at Lupita Nyong’o, Sidney Poitier, and others.
During last night’s 2014 Academy Awards ceremony, host Ellen Degeneres hopped around the star-studded crowd taking selfies with Hollywood’s elite. However, a major selfie featuring a gaggle of stars was retweeted over 1 million times in 45 minutes. Naturally, Twitter went in with the memes.
Last night (March 3), the Oscars after party to be at was clearly Vanity Fair. Some of the star who made it to the hyper-exclusive event include Best Support Actress winner Lupita Nyong’o, Kerry Washington, LL Cool J, Sofia Vergara, Rick Rubin, Will Smith and many more.