The Grammys went down last night, and not a single person got slapped. Here are some of the major Grammy winners from last night.
Trevor Noah and Questlove made reference to the Oscar slap at last night’s Grammys. And Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelensky appeared via video message. Winners included Jon Batiste, Olivia Rodrigo, Silk Sonic, and the Foo Fighters.
DOJA CAT got the biggest laugh of the night when she and SZA won Best Pop Duo/Group Performance for “Kiss Me More”. Doja actually had to motor up to the stage from the BATHROOM, and she told the crowd, quote, “I have never taken such a fast piss in my whole life.”
WILL SMITH has resigned from the Academy, and he apologized to CHRIS ROCK again. Meanwhile, several movies he was working on appear to be on the back burner now, including “Bad Boys 4”.
Netflix and Apple TV + are no longer bidding on Will Smith’s biopic because of his Oscars incident with Chris Rock.
Bruce Willis’ current brain disorder may be linked to an injury he suffered while filming the 2004 movie ”Tears of the Sun”. He says a special effects explosive hit him in the head and caused substantial ‘mental and physical injuries’. Bruce sued and settled his lawsuit in 2005.
A reboot of “The Crow” is underway again. BILL SKARSGARD is set to play the main character, Eric Draven, who was played by the late BRANDON LEE in the original. It’s expected to begin production in June in Europe.
JIM CARREY is probably going to retire, unless an important script were to come his way. He said he likes his quiet life and making art and said, quote, “I have enough, I’ve done enough, I am enough.” He sat down for an interview with “Access Hollywood” to promote “Sonic the Hedgehog 2”, which comes out Friday.
“Pulp Fiction” co-stars UMA THURMAN and SAMUEL L. JACKSON are doing a “darkly comic crime thriller” called “The Kill Room”.
Eddie Murphy is going to play The Godfather of Funk, George Clinton, in a new movie about Clinton’s life.
ESTELLE HARRIS died Saturday of natural causes. She was 93. She was best known for playing George Costanza’s mom on “Seinfeld” and being the voice of Mrs. Potato Head in the “Toy Story” movies.
The best mom in the business.
Rest in peace, Estelle Harris. pic.twitter.com/aOcYD8yLfc
— Seinfeld (@SeinfeldTV) April 3, 2022
Shia LaBeouf and his fiancee, Mia, are the proud parents of a new baby. The couple is refusing to release any pictures or information about the child.
The Internet thinks these workout videos prove that KHLOE KARDASHIAN has butt implants.
MILEY CYRUS caught Covid-19, but she knew the risk of playing shows and meeting fans and said it was, quote, “definitely worth it.” She’s feeling fine, but had to cancel a performance at a Grammy viewing party for STEVEN TYLER’s foundation, Janie’s Fund.