In his remarks, the President poked fun at himself, along with some of the news organizations and politicians in the room. He also showed a spoof promo for Steven Spielberg's follow-up to "Lincoln," a biopic called "Obama."
“Saturday Night Live” had a little fun at Brad Pitt’s expense this weekend, spoofing the actor’s mysterious Chanel No. 5 commercial.
“SNL” star Taran Killam had the honor of playing Pitt in four separate parodies throughout the Oct. 20 episode, sporting the Oscar nominee’s long locks and goatee.
"I'm sorry…is there really no script? Because I've been talking to myself for like two hours straight and I'm starting to sound insane," Killam says in the fake ad. "I'm sorry, is it just me or do I look super homeless? That's what you want? Okay, then. Rock and roll."
After making major progress in rehab at Cirque Lodge in Utah, Brooke Mueller has officially left the facility and will now begin treatment at an aggressive out-patient program in Los Angeles. (Photo courtesy of X17Online)
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The stars of Hollywood are mobilizing to raise money and aid for Japan's tsunami victims -- including Lady Gaga designing a prayer bracelet, and P. Diddy, Conan, and Katy Perry using Twitter to get their fans involved in helping out. Charlie Sheen has also vowed to donate one dollar from every ticket sold to his comedy mini-tour!
"Dateline" reporter Ann Curry went to Japan and helped find a missing teacher after her family reached out to Curry via Twitter. After the emotional telephone reunion, the family tweeted, "Ann Curry I love you. Thank you for finding my sister."
Thailand tsunami survivor Petra Nemcova set the record straight and told "Extra" she will not be quitting "Dancing with the Stars" in order to pursue full-time work for her disaster relief charity. Nemcova plans to do both.
As many as 300 people are reported dead and another 350 missing after a massive 8.9 earthquake rocked Japan, followed by a 23-foot tsunami.Full story at RadarOnline
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Lindsay Lohan - Take that Deal and Shove It! -- TMZ
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