Last night at the Screen Actor's Guild Awards, one of the highlights happened before they even got off the red carpet. One reporter from TNT told Rashida Jones that she was very tan. Rashina is mixed. Wow. Julianne Moore, Eddie Redmayne, Patricia Arquette, and J.K. Simmons all gave moving SAG Award speeches Sunday night. "Birdman" and "Orange Is the New Black" were among the winners. But it was Viola Davis called out Hollywood for its lack of diversity.
There was a time when Kanye West would have gone nuclear on a guy over this so the fact that he could just smile and walk away is an improvement: Kanye and Kim Kardashian were walking through the airport in Washington, D.C. yesterday when a man tried to get him to sign a wedding picture of Kim. But Kanye refused because it was a picture from Kim's SECOND wedding, to Kris Humphries.
Mike Epps recently came under fire after he posted a "racist photo" online. The photo depicts three white man picking cotton while a black man whips them with a switch. In the corner of the photo, you see Martin Luther King Jr. looking down from the sky smiling. Epps captioned the photo with "I am so proud of you bro! lol." In a phone call, Epps says the whole situation is a misunderstanding and it all started with an email from his nephews. He said "I was just cracking a joke. I'm a comedian man. I thought it was funny. I didn't mean no harm. If I offended anybody, I apologize."
Not a good day for those that believe in the institution of marriage. Patrick Dempsey's wife Jillian has filed for divorce after 15 years of marriage. And it could get ugly since there's no prenup. Dr. McDreamy is about to be Single McDreamy. Meanwhile, Mandy Moore is splitting from Ryan Adams after almost six years of marriage. But their rep says, "It's a respectful, amicable parting of the ways."
Chris Brown is allegedly the victim of identity theft, and the police could be at fault. Chris was jailed last March after he was kicked out off his court-mandated rehab program, but was temporarily released under police supervision to travel to Washington, D.C. for a hearing in his assault case. While in official custody, Brown was transported to D.C., but not before stopping for a day at at the San Bernardino County Jail, where he was required to provide identification. Chris's I.D. was allegedly left behind at the jail. Now, nine months later, it surfaced online with a guy attempting to sell it for $10,000. An investigation is ongoing to determine how police lost possession of the card and if any charges will be filed.