Madonna hosted a super secret Oscars party last night. It was so secret that not even the singer knew where it was. Just kidding. But it turns out guests were texted the address. Meanwhile no press or cameras were allowed inside. Sounds elusive. Maybe it never actually happened?!
Did you catch all the Oscars action last night? The Gossip Table sure did. The cast is back with all the dish and they have the scoop on Kerry Washington‘s solo walk. The pregnant Scandal star made the long walk down the red carpet sans husband Nnamdi Asomugha. But don’t worry, there’s no trouble in paradise. Just scheduling conflicts and a preference for privacy. Whew.
Did the Oscar pizza delivery guy ever get the tip Ellen DeGeneres collected in Pharrell Williams‘s hat? Why is Andrew Garfield at the center of an Oscar mystery? Did you catch all the most important Oscars moments?
This year, Oscar night was all about 12 Years a Slave‘s Lupita Nyong’o and Matthew McConaughey’s career makeover. But it’s also important to celebrate what those in the biz regard as a ginormous accomplishment: the EGOT. (That’s Emmy, Grammy, Oscar and Tony Award). Robert Lopez is now a member of the prestigious club, thanks to his Best Original Song Oscar win for the infectious “Let It Go” from Frozen. He’s also the youngest person to ever achieve such a feat. Time to move over, Whoopi Goldberg. (Keep on working at your craft, Tracy Jordan.)
They may be big-shot nominees, but Benedict Cumberbatch reminds Bono and the guys of U2 not to take themselves too seriously on Oscar night. Besides, no one is immune to a photobomb at an award show–not even some of the biggest rock stars in the world.
Lupita Nyong’o is Cinderella in real life. No, really. She is! And it’s not just because she won the Best Supporting Actress Oscar for her role in 12 Years A Slave and it’s also not just because she’s literally dressed up like our favorite Disney princess. Her rags-to-riches story is as close as a gal can get to a real-life Cinderella story. Our biggest question: will Jared Leto be her Prince Charming?
The Academy Awards are officially underway, and we’re already drooling over Matthew McConaughey and Camila Alves‘ sensational red carpet look. And then Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie showed up.
Pharrell‘s self-described “Gandalf hat” was the most memorable style moment of the Grammys earlier this year. He didn’t rock any headwear at the Oscars tonight, but, in true Pharrell fashion, he hit the red carpet with a look that has everybody talking again. Yes, those are shorts—SHORTS—the superstar artist and producer is wearing with his tuxedo. The crazy part is, they don’t look half bad. In fact, they don’t look bad at all.
The Oscars and “worst-dressed” don’t go hand in hand for most celebrities. After all, the most rich, beautiful and famous people in the world converge on Hollywood to give us a glorious night of red carpet fashion. Unfortunately, not everyone shows up to the Oscars looking good. In fact, some of our favorite celebrities make massive fashion faux pas. Julia Roberts, Kerry Washington & more are the worst-dressed celebrities of the 2014 Oscars red carpet.
Jim Parsons hosted Saturday Night Live for the first time last night with musical guest Beck, but all comedy nerds were tuning in for was to see the very first Weekend Update without Seth Meyers since 2006. Are Colin Jost & Cecily Strong destined to become the new Fallon & Fey?