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SAG Awards Honors Robin Williams, Philip Seymour Hoffman and Stars Lost

Hollywood lost some of its brightest stars in 2014 – and the Screen Actors Guild Awards gave them a fitting send-off in its annual In Memoriam segment.

Robin Williams, Joan Rivers and Philip Seymour Hoffman were among the celebrities honored Sunday night at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles.

“Tonight, as we honor the accomplishments of our fellow artists, we also mourn the passing of the members of our community whose work lifted our hearts and enriched our lives,” presenter Liev Schreiber said.

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Williams, a two-time SAG winner and four-time nominee, committed suicide in August 2014 at the age of 63. The beloved actor had battled depression throughout his life, and his death sent shock waves through the TV and film industries.

Hoffman died of a drug overdose in February 2014 at the age of 46. He won a SAG award in 2006 for his leading role in Capote and earned a total of seven nominations during his lifetime.

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Though Rivers was never nominated, she was famous for her pre-awards show red carpet interviews and left behind a lasting legacy as an uncensored – and unstoppable – comedian. She died in September 2014 at the age of 81 following complications from surgery.

Lauren Bacall, James Garner, Elaine Stritch, Mickey Rooney, Casey Kasem, Misty Upham, Meshach Taylor and Shirley Temple were also included in the touching tribute.

This article originally appeared on PEOPLE.com

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Zach Galifianakis Shows Off a Slimmer Look, Debuts Man Bun at SAG Awards

onstage at the 21st Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards at The Shrine Auditorium on January 25, 2015 in Los Angeles, California.
Zach Galifianakis attends the Screen Actors Guild Awards at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles on Jan. 25, 2015 Kevork Djansezian—Getty Images

Zach, is that you?

During the Screen Actors Guild Awards opening bit Sunday, the star-studded crowd of thespians offered humorous quips about their craft. While it was easy to spot Jennifer Aniston and winner Uzo Aduba, there was one face who didn’t look familiar.

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“I am Zach Galifianakis and I am an actor,” said the Birdman star as he turned around in his chair and looked into the camera.

Only this Galifianakis was lacking his signature bushy beard, swapping it for a sleek bun and light stubble. Along with the facial hair flip-flop, the actor was showing off a much thinner physique.

Galifianakis first debuted his major weight loss in October at a Birdman screening, and he appears to have continued to slim down.

The Hangover funnyman attributed his new appearance to kicking a few of his favorite foods from his diet.

“I was having a lot of vodka with sausage,” he told Conan O’Brien in 2013. “Delicious, but bad for you.”

What do you think of Galifianakis SAG style? Sound off in the comments below!

This article originally appeared on PEOPLE.com

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Full House Stars Reunite for Show Creator’s Birthday

All these parties are only adding fuel to the reunion fire for the beloved '90s sitcom

Look what’s waiting just around the bend – a Full House birthday party!

Fans of the family show got yet another glimpse at the gang back together again when Lori Loughlin took to Instagram to share a few photos of her Saturday night.

And Aunt Becky and Uncle Jesse didn’t disappoint.

Loughlin and her former costar, John Stamos, cuddled up in a sweet snapshot that the actress captioned with a simple heart emoji.

💖

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In a second photo, she posed with patriarch Bob Saget and his onscreen daughter, Candace Cameron Bure.

“It’s looking like a Full House kinda night,” she wrote alongside a third picture of herself with Cameron Bure and Jodie Sweetin.

All these parties – the group reunited in July for Dave Coulier’s wedding – are only adding fuel to the reunion fire for the beloved ’90s sitcom.

But, sadly, the get-together wasn’t to read scripts: they were celebrating the birthday of the show’s creator, Jeff Franklin.

“Good times [with] John Stamos. Happy Birthday @fullhouseguy,” Loughlin Tweeted.

@candacecbure @bobsaget #fiullhouse #family 💖

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This article originally appeared on People.com

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Bill Maher Calls Real-Life American Sniper ‘Psychopathic Patriot’

The political-themed Oscar firestorm season—or is it Oscar-themed political firestorm season?—has reached its height of late, with Clint Eastwood’s war flick American Sniper overtaking Ava DuVernay’s Selma as the preeminent flashpoint for all the grousing. (The film is up for Best Picture and Best Actor, among other awards.)

Thanks to their tweets, Michael Moore and Seth Rogen both spent the week on the receiving end of criticism from the pro-Sniper crowd, most notably Kid Rock. On Friday night’s Real Time with Bill Maher on HBO, the reliably cantankerous Maher suggested that Chris Kyle, the Navy SEAL played in the film by Bradley Cooper, is a “psychopathic patriot.” Maher also read excerpts from Kyle’s 2013 autobiography, the book on which the film is based, in which he called Iraqis “savages.”

But his critique may not have had much of an impact at the box office: Deadline reports the film made $18 million on Friday.

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Miley Cyrus Admits She Can’t Spell Boyfriend Patrick Schwarzenegger’s Last Name

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Singer Miley Cyrus attends "Fashion Los Angeles Awards" at the Sunset Tower Hotel on January 22, 2015 in California. Frederick M. Brown—Getty Images

The singer also said she's not as "wild" as people think

Miley Cyrus admitted that she has no clue how to spell her famous boyfriend‘s tough last name.

“I can’t tell you, apparently there’s not a ‘T’ in it,” Cyrus, 22, said when asked Friday by Good Morning America‘s Cameron Mathison about how she might spell current love interest Patrick Schwarzenegger‘s difficult moniker.

Cyrus went on the show to promote her new MAC Cosmetics Viva Glam campaign, which donates 100 percent of proceeds from her lipstick to the MAC AIDS fund. She also shared her passion for working at the Los Angeles LGBT Center.

The “Wrecking Ball” singer defended herself as a role model for youth, noting that what she promotes is acceptance.

“What is important to teach people is that … you can’t judge other people,” she said, adding that she, too, has been unfairly criticized.

“I’m not the way that people try to make me seem … I don’t go around just trashing hotel rooms and partying, that I’m actually working on, you know, music that I love and being involved in things that I love,” Cyrus told GMA.

Cyrus also said she was “stoked” by her Grammy Award nomination but that she doubts she’ll win.

And in an interview with Entertainment Tonight, she said her actions are often wrongly portrayed in media, making her seem wild.

“I think people try to make me seem a lot less centered than I am,” Cyrus said. “You make choices and sometimes they’re right, sometimes they’re wrong just like in life. [My choices] are magnified and people kind of try to make you seem out of control when actually I’m a pretty happy, centered person that likes to do a lot of things for people. I’m not driven by just my own self and wanting more.”

This article originally appeared on People.com.

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23 Celebrities Discuss How They Made It Through Their 20s

It's time to put your 20s in perspective

Before she was mourning the state of today’s music, Joni Mitchell was using the power of song to dole out wisdom. In one of her biggest hits, “Big Yellow Taxi,” she offers: “Don’t it always seem to go, that you don’t know what you’ve got ’til it’s gone?”

That’s exactly how many women feel in their 20s — and it’s because so many women who have aged out of the bracket won’t let you forget that it’s the best time of your life. Your 20s, they say, are your prime years — you just don’t know it yet. “Your beauty will fade,” they warn. “Your body won’t work like it used to once you turn 30,” they cry. “Start using anti-wrinkle creams.” A dinner with your aunts can feel like a whirlwind of cautionary tales.

As a result, we’re all under insane amounts of pressure to carpe diems and dodge FOMO around every corner. And, we’d be lying if we said that pressure wasn’t self-imposed, too.

While we’re still riding the New Year’s wave, it seems like a good time to freshen up our perspective. Namely, we need to re-evaluate the way we talk to and about ourselves, the way we set goals for our personal and professional lives, and the way we measure beauty. Ahead, 23 celebs who’ll put your 20s in perspective for you. In other words: Relax.

  • Meryl Streep

    Actress Meryl Streep at the 15th Annual AFI Awards on Jan. 9, 2015 in Beverly Hills, California.
    Actress Meryl Streep at the 15th Annual AFI Awards on Jan. 9, 2015 in Beverly Hills, California. Jon Kopaloff—Getty Images/FilmMagic

    Meryl Streep’s opinion of her 20s is simple but poignant: “I’m never so sure as I was in my mid-20s.”

  • Queen Latifah

    Queen Latifah during the 2015 HBO Winter panel on Jan. 8, 2015 in Pasadena, California.
    Queen Latifah during the 2015 HBO Winter panel on Jan. 8, 2015 in Pasadena, California. Jeff Kravitz—Getty Images/2015 Jeff Kravitz

    “If I could have talked to my 19- or 20-year-old self, I would have said, ‘You’re going to be fine. It ain’t that serious!'” Queen Latifah told More. In other words, chill out.

  • Katie Couric

    Katie Couric attends the 10th Annual Unicef Snowflake Ball on Dec. 2, 2014 in New York City.
    Katie Couric attends the 10th Annual Unicef Snowflake Ball on Dec. 2, 2014 in New York City. Desiree Navarro—Getty Images/WireImage

    Regarding that big 30 time stamp you’ve set in your brain: Forget it. “I spent my 20s focusing on my career. I dated a lot and it was fun, but I wasn’t ready to fully commit myself to another person,” Katie Couric told Glamour. “It was my selfish decade. Even still, I didn’t make the deadline I had set for myself of becoming a network correspondent by 30.”

  • Anna Gunn

    Anna Gunn at the 'Gracepoint' Press Conference on Sept. 30, 2014 in Beverly Hills, California.
    Anna Gunn at the Gracepoint Press Conference on Sept. 30, 2014 in Beverly Hills, California. Vera Anderson—Getty Images/WireImage

    Anna Gunn wants to make sure you’re not spending your 20s needlessly stressing out. “When I was in my 20s and 30s, I spent so much time worrying: the next job, the next review, the next blog,” the Breaking Bad actress told the New York Post. “It really was wasted time. I haven’t stopped worrying, but now I have the ability to say, ‘I’m going to enjoy the time that I have working and that I have with my kids and my family and my friends.’”

  • Lena Dunham

    Actress Lena Dunham attends ELLE's Annual Women in Television Celebration on Jan. 13, 2015 in West Hollywood, California.
    Actress Lena Dunham attends ELLE's Annual Women in Television Celebration on Jan. 13, 2015 in West Hollywood, California. Michael Kovac—2015 Getty Images

    Lena Dunham tackles one of the major question marks of this delicate age: romance. “Positive, healthy, loving relationships in your 20s…I don’t know if anyone would disagree with it: I think they’re the exception, not the norm. People are either playing house really aggressively because they’re scared of what an uncertain time it is, or they’re avoiding commitment altogether,” she told GQ.

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  • Oprah Winfrey

    Oprah Winfrey commemorates the life of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. on Jan. 18, 2015 in Selma, Alabama.
    Oprah Winfrey commemorates the life of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. on Jan. 18, 2015 in Selma, Alabama. David A. Smith—2015 Getty Images

    “When I was in my 20s, I was a lost soul. Your 20s are about finding your soul,” Oprah says in one of her online diary entries.

  • Lisa Kudrow

    Actress Lisa Kudrow attends an event celebrating Jennifer Aniston on Jan. 6, 2015 in Los Angeles, California.
    Actress Lisa Kudrow attends an event celebrating Jennifer Aniston on Jan. 6, 2015 in Los Angeles, California. Ari Perilstein—2015 Getty Images

    “The 20s? My title for that period of my life would be, ‘It was the Worst of Times, it was the Worst of Times…’ Did I mention it was the hardest time of my life?” Lisa Kudrow told TV Guide.

  • Amy Poehler

    Actress Amy Poehler speaks during the 'Parks and Recreation' panel discussion of the 2015 Winter TCA Tour on Jan. 16, 2015 in Pasadena, California.
    Actress Amy Poehler speaks during the Parks and Recreation panel discussion of the 2015 Winter TCA Tour on Jan. 16, 2015 in Pasadena, California. Frederick M. Brown—Getty Images

    “I think we should stop asking people in their 20s what they ‘want to do’ and start asking them what they don’t want to do,” Amy Poehler writes in her new memoir, Yes Please.

  • Drew Barrymore

    Actress Drew Barrymore arrives at the Refinery29 Holiday Party on Dec. 10, 2014 in West Hollywood, California.
    Actress Drew Barrymore arrives at the Refinery29 Holiday Party on Dec. 10, 2014 in West Hollywood, California. Joe Scarnici—Getty Images/WireImage

    “It made me want to look at myself and see what behavior I want to bring into my 30s, and what I want to leave in my 20s…I’m such a people-pleaser and from an unstable background. I translate too many things into guilt. I’m ready to let go of that,” Drew Barrymore told People on her 30th birthday.

  • Zoe Saldana

    Actress Zoe Saldana attends 'The Book Of Life' premiere on Oct. 12, 2014 in Los Angeles, California.
    Actress Zoe Saldana attends The Book Of Life premiere on Oct. 12, 2014 in Los Angeles, California. Jeffrey Mayer—Getty Images/WireImage

    Before you freak out about your dwindling youth, keep in mind that, given the chance, you probably wouldn’t go back to being a college-aged woman again. Like Zoe Saldana told Marie Claire, “I love aging. Why would I want to be 21 for the rest of my life?”

  • Amy Adams

    Actress Amy Adams attends The 20th Annual Critics' Choice Movie Awards on Jan. 15, 2015 in Los Angeles, California.
    Actress Amy Adams attends the 20th Annual Critics' Choice Movie Awards on Jan. 15, 2015 in Los Angeles, California. Taylor Hill—Getty Images

    Amy Adams says turning 30 was a “big deal” for her. “It was the age where I reevaluated everything — how I approached life and how I thought about myself,” she told People in 2009. “When I look at my 20s, or when I look at any period in my life, I think about how much time I’ve wasted trying to find the right man. It’s like, if I could go back and do it again, I would have taken guitar lessons or something. I would have put my energy into something that paid off in the end, instead of trying to improve myself for men. Oh, the time and the energy, trying to impress somebody who was actually a big jerk.”

  • Arianna Huffington

    Arianna Huffington attends the Moves 2014 Power Women Gala on Nov. 14, 2014 in New York City.
    Arianna Huffington attends the Moves 2014 Power Women Gala on Nov. 14, 2014 in New York City. Jamie McCarthy—Getty Images/WireImage

    Arianna Huffington has a lot of great advice. But, if you’re in your 20s, her views on how we think of ourselves feel most relevant. “How we talk to ourselves matters. Even our worst enemies don’t talk about us the way we talk to ourselves. I call this voice the obnoxious roommate living in our head. It feeds on putting us down and exploiting and magnifying our insecurities and doubts. I wish someone would invent a tape recorder that we could attach to our brains to record everything we tell ourselves. It would shock us to hear it played back,” she told Marie Claire.

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  • Sienna Miller

    Actress Sienna Miller attends the 72nd Annual Golden Globe Awards on Jan. 11, 2015 in Beverly Hills, California.
    Actress Sienna Miller attends the 72nd Annual Golden Globe Awards on Jan. 11, 2015 in Beverly Hills, California. Jason Merritt—2015 Getty Images

    American Sniper star Sienna Miller doesn’t want you to freak out about someone seeing your college Facebook photos. “I lived my 20s in a very public manner, and if anyone’s 20s are documented it’s not always going to be pretty,” she told The Independent.

  • Louis C.K.

    Actor Louis C.K. speaks during the 'Louie' panel discussion of the Television Critics Association press tour on Jan. 18, 2015 in Pasadena, California.
    Actor Louis C.K. speaks during the Louie panel discussion of the Television Critics Association press tour on Jan. 18, 2015 in Pasadena, California. Frederick M. Brown—Getty Images

    This is gonna make you want to hire a comedian as a life coach: “You’ll be fine. You’re 25. Feeling [unsure] and lost is part of your path. Don’t avoid it. See what those feelings are showing you and use it. Take a breath. You’ll be okay. Even if you don’t feel okay all the time.” — Louis C.K., Untitled

  • Olivia Wilde

    Olivia Wilde attends the "Love Is On" campaign launch event on Nov. 18, 2014 in New York City.
    Olivia Wilde attends the "Love Is On" campaign launch event on Nov. 18, 2014 in New York City. Monica Schipper—Getty Images/FilmMagic

    “Your 20s were for ‘ducking up,’ as my auto-correct would say, and learning from those mistakes,” Olivia Wilde told Glamour. “Now you get to live with that knowledge under your belt…I’m hitting a major milestone: 30, or as I like to call it, the Cut the Bullsh*t and Go Be Awesome stage.”

  • Reese Witherspoon

    Actress Reese Witherspoon arrives at the 20th Annual Critics' Choice Movie Awards on Jan. 15, 2015 in Los Angeles, California.
    Actress Reese Witherspoon arrives at the 20th Annual Critics' Choice Movie Awards on Jan. 15, 2015 in Los Angeles, California. Jon Kopaloff—Getty Images/2015 Jon Kopaloff

    Reese Witherspoon’s got some love advice for you. “I thought I knew everything about love and relationships in my 20s. The ignorance of youth is bliss. As you get older, you start to realize that you don’t really know anything and life is a great traveling journey. Life is unexpected…you just never know what’s going to happen.”

  • Kristen Bell

    Kristen Bell arrives at the 41st Annual People's Choice Awards on Jan. 7, 2015 in Los Angeles, California.
    Kristen Bell arrives at the 41st Annual People's Choice Awards on Jan. 7, 2015 in Los Angeles, California. Steve Granitz—Getty Images/WireImage

    If you’re feeling like you’re almost 30 and may never find “the one,” fear not. Take Kristen Bell’s sage-like advice. “Every woman in her late 20s goes through a period where she just doesn’t believe love is out there anymore, but it is. And I think the minute you stop looking for it is when it comes for you,” she told Cosmo.

  • Cindy Crawford

    Model Cindy Crawford attends the 72nd Annual Golden Globe Awards on Jan. 11, 2015 in Beverly Hills, California.
    Model Cindy Crawford attends the 72nd Annual Golden Globe Awards on Jan. 11, 2015 in Beverly Hills, California. Frazer Harrison—Getty Images

    It’s sometimes hard to listen to a supermodel talk about her body. But, Cindy Crawford’s thoughts on how your body changes are comforting. “I’m actually happier with my body now…because the body I have now is the body I’ve worked for. I have a better relationship with it. From a purely aesthetic point of view, my body was better when I was 22, 23. But I didn’t enjoy it. I was too busy comparing it to everyone else’s,” she told AskMen.

  • Tina Fey

    Tina Fey arrives to the 72nd Annual Golden Globe Awards on Jan. 11, 2015.
    Tina Fey arrives to the 72nd Annual Golden Globe Awards on Jan. 11, 2015. Alberto Rodriguez/NBC—NBC via Getty Images

    “When I was in my early 20s, being called sexy was not part of my experience in any way,” Tina Fey told The Believer mag. “There’s such a small window of time when people want to write any articles about you. If you’re a woman and they say anything complimentary about your appearance, well, I’m not going to complain. I fully intend to keep all of these magazines in the attic and bring them out for my daughter someday. ‘You see? There was a time when people thought your mother was a sexy b*tch.’”

  • Keira Knightley

    Actress Keira Knightley attends the 20th annual Critics' Choice Movie Awards on Jan. 15, 2015 in Los Angeles, California.
    Actress Keira Knightley attends the 20th annual Critics' Choice Movie Awards on Jan. 15, 2015 in Los Angeles, California. Jason Merritt—Getty Images

    Keira Knightley isn’t worried about turning 30 because her early 20s weren’t so fun. She told Glamour that after 25 things got better. “Maybe you stop caring as much about where you should be going and what other people think, which is all the sh*t that makes you very unhappy early on.”

  • Abbi Jacobson

    Actress Abbi Jacobson attends the 'Broad City' Season 2 premiere party on Jan. 7, 2015 in New York City.
    Actress Abbi Jacobson attends the Broad City Season 2 premiere party on Jan. 7, 2015 in New York City. Stephen Lovekin—2015 Getty Images

    Broad City‘s Abbi Jacobson says your 20s are “that time when you’re really, really trying to figure sh*t out… It’s just about trying and creating and putting stuff out in whatever form or medium that you do, and not being precious with it. And in that you’ll find your voice.”

  • Candace Bushnell

    'Sex and the City' author Candace Bushnell takes part in a Q&A event on July 25, 2013 in Sydney, Australia.
    Sex and the City author Candace Bushnell takes part in a Q&A event on July 25, 2013 in Sydney, Australia. Caroline McCredie—Getty Images

    Sex and the City author Candace Bushnell is basically an expert on being single in your 20s. “There are worse things than being 35, single, and female in New York. Like: Being 25, single, and female in New York. It’s a rite of passage few women would want to repeat. It’s about sleeping with the wrong men, wearing the wrong clothes, having the wrong roommate, saying the wrong thing, being ignored, getting fired, not being taken seriously, and generally being treated like sh*t. But it’s necessary,” she writes. Go ahead and stick that on your cubicle wall.

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  • Susan Sarandon

    Susan Sarandon visits Brooklyn Technical High School on Jan. 15, 2015 in New York City.
    Susan Sarandon visits Brooklyn Technical High School on Jan. 15, 2015 in New York City. Andrew Toth—2015 Getty Images

    In closing, we leave you with Susan Sarandon’s perfect, perfect quote. She told V magazine, “I wouldn’t want to be 20 now. I know so much more, and I’m much more comfortable in my skin, saggy as it is… When I hear young girls complaining about superficial things… You’re at the peak of your physical beauty right now! Just enjoy it and stop worrying about your thighs being too big… If you’re upset with how you look at 25, life’s going to be tough.”

    This article originally appeared on Refinery29.com.

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Nick Jonas Says ‘I’m Famous Because of My Abs’

Nick Jonas attends an event at John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts on Jan. 7, 2015 in Washington, DC.
Nick Jonas attends an event at John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts on Jan. 7, 2015 in Washington, DC. Paul Morigi—Getty Images for The Friars Club

The boy band star opened up about starting a solo career

Nick Jonas has totally stepped out of his brothers’ shadows. The former boy-bander has a successful solo career, a new show and has become quite the model, reinventing Mark Wahlberg’s famous crotch grab for Flaunt magazine and showing off his super-toned obliques in the process. Now the star is featured in a 6-page fashion spread in GQ‘s February issue. This time, however, he’s clothed (in some sharp menswear), but he does grab his junk again — while wearing a $3,500 Giorgio Armani suit.

When asked if he ever gets jealous of all the attention his abs receive, Jonas explains that he’s actually grateful.

“You know, what? If my abs drove them to the music and got them to access the other projects I’m doing, it’s all good. It’s all worth it,” he shares.

He also opened up about shedding his “boy celebrity” image. “I think that this stage in my life is really, for a lot of reasons, pretty incredible. Being a solo artist and trying to take these bold steps on my own.”

Now the only difference is he can’t blame things on his older brothers. “It’s definitely a lot more on your own, taking on all the responsibility,” he explains, adding, “I think anytime that you push yourself, it’s more rewarding. It makes being on my own that much sweeter.”

This article originally appeared on People.com

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Watch Johnny Depp and Gwyneth Paltrow Admit to Joining the Mile High Club

Joining the Mile High Club is apparently a popular achievement with the A-list set

Mortdecai stars Johnny Depp, Gwyneth Paltrow and Paul Bettany stopped by The Ellen DeGeneres Show on Thursday to play a saucy round of “Never Have I Ever.”

Ellen DeGeneres opened things up by asking if any of the actors had ever been to a nude beach. Both Depp, 51, and Bettany, 43, admitted that they had, while Paltrow, 42, said that she hadn’t.

One thing that all the stars (including DeGeneres) could own up to doing? Joining the infamous Mile High Club. To be fair, they all looked pretty embarrassed about admitting to it on TV.

 

Earlier in the show, Paltrow and Depp opened up to DeGeneres about working together.

While Paltrow admitted that Depp is “sort of perfect” she did reveal that his lateness to getting on set would occasionally drive her crazy.

“He’s too cool to follow a regular 24-hour schedule like we do,” Paltrow said.

Depp replied, “I mean, my ‘on time’ is just slightly late, that’s all.”

This article originally appeared on People.com.

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Will Ferrell’s (Staged) Half-Court Shot Attempt Hits Cheerleader in Face

Not much is yet known about Daddy’s Girl, a movie starring Will Ferrell and Mark Wahlberg that is currently filming. But after Wednesday night, we can probably assume that Will Ferrell’s character is not very good at basketball.

Ferrell and Wahlberg made an appearance at Wednesday night’s game between the Los Angeles Lakers and New Orleans Pelicans in part to shoot a scene for the movie. The scene evidently involves a half-court shot that goes terribly wrong.

Ferrell and Wahlberg also met with Lakers guard Nick Young on court. It’s probably safe to assume that Swaggy P isn’t actually in the movie, but we can’t say for sure.

This article originally appeared on SI.com

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Former Saved by the Bell Actor Dustin Diamond Pleads Not Guilty in Bar Brawl

Dustin Diamond Preliminary Hearing
Dustin Diamond waits for his preliminary hearing at Ozaukee County Courthouse in Port Washington, Wis., on Jan. 5, 2015 Jeffrey Phelps—Getty Images

Former Saved by the Bell star Dustin Diamond pleaded not guilty Thursday to allegedly stabbing a man at a bar in Port Washington, Wisconsin, according to his attorney, Thomas Alberti.

Diamond, 37, who’s best known for playing nerdy Samuel “Screech” Powers in the early 1990s sitcom, was charged with second-degree recklessly endangering safety, disorderly conduct and carrying a concealed weapon after he admitted he was armed with a knife during a fight at the Grand Avenue Saloon on Dec. 25.

“I’m feeling very positive about the outcome [of the trial],” Alberti tells PEOPLE. “The deeper we dig the more confident we feel about the outcome. The police and the prosecutor provided us with video and witness reports and everything we see completely supports what we said all along happened so we feel very good about it.”

Diamond told police the bar fight started after he refused to shake hands with a woman who was bumping into his 27-year-old fiancée. The couple was arrested a short time after they left the bar.

His fiancée, Amanda Schutz, was charged with disorderly conduct and released, according to CNN.

Alberti says Diamond is taking everything in stride. “They moved to Wisconsin because they wanted to have a family,” he says. “They felt Wisconsin would be somewhere they wouldn’t have to deal with their notoriety. They decided at Christmas to go out and then this all happened.”

During the hearing, the judge also reduced Diamond’s bail amount from $10,000 to $5,000.

This article originally appeared on PEOPLE.com

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