Nearly everyone expected Emma Stone to win Best Actress at Sunday's Oscars. But, that didn't make the moment any less emotional for the 26-year-old "La La Land" star.

While giving her speech, it was clear that Emma was overwhelmed with emotion and gratitude, but she made it through with undeniable grace, poise and composure.


But, once she stepped off stage, the moment fully hit her.

After accepting the award, Emma was stopped by last year's winner (and friend), Brie Larson. At first, Emma seemed stunned and, frankly, overwhelmed -- and then, she burst into tears.

Immediately, an understanding Brie embraced the 28-year-old actress, and it was the sweetest thing I've ever seen.

Like, these two are my new #FriendGoals.

Just look!


John Mayer gave the "Jimmy Kimmel" crowd quite a surprise last night when he posed as a man called "Hank the Hawk Knutley."

During the show, John sat in with the house band, while disguised as a washed-up rock star, decked out in a bandana, fake beard and latex beer belly.


Throughout the show, "Hank" inserted inappropriate banter, loudly tuned his guitar and, at one point, explained where he got the nickname "Hawk."

"Originally, it started as a sex move I invented, which then I adapted into a fighting style. So I've just become known for both of things simultaneously," he said.

After faking-out the crowd, John removed the costume and went on to perform his new single "Still Feel Like Your Man" -- and it was, unsurprisingly, awesome.

Watch the full performance below.


In anticipation of his new album Divide dropping Friday, Ed Sheeran decided to release a surprise video of his new song "Eraser" -- and people are freaking the freak out.

After discovering the video on social media, fans took to Twitter to express their excitement.

And honestly, I understand why everyone is losing their minds.

Though I've heard Ed rap (or more, speak fast) before, the rapping verse in "Eraser" reaches a whole new level. Like, he should probably start opening every song with a line of rapped lyrics.

Anywho, watch the video below -- oh, but not before you grab a few tissues.

The cast of season 24 of "Dancing with the Stars" has finally been announced!

Featuring pairs like Simone Biles and Sasha Farber, Nancy Kerrigan and Artem Chigvintsev, Heather Morris and Maksim Chmerkovskiy, Mr. T and Kym Herjavec, this season promises to be an all-star, ultra-impressive, page-turner of an event.

We can't wait.

"Dancing with the Stars" Season 24 Cast:

Olympic gymnast Simone Biles and Sasha Farber.


Olympic figure skater Nancy Kerrigan and Artem Chigvintsev.


Former "Glee" star and Beyoncé backup dancer Heather Morris and Maksim Chmerkovskiy.


Fifth Harmony member Normani Kordei and Valentin Chmerkovskiy.


Singer and "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" star Erika Girardi and Gleb Savchenko.


TV personality Charo and Keo Motsepe.


"The Bachelor" star Nick Viall and Peta Murgatroyd.


Actor and former wrestler Mr. T and Kym (Johnson) Herjavec.


Former "Saturday Night Live" star Chris Kattan and Witney Carson.


Professional bull rider and model Bonner Bolton and Sharna Burgess.


Former Chicago Cubs catcher David Ross and Lindsay Arnold.


NFL free agent Rashad Jennings and Emma Slater.


With 7 billion humans in the world, there are bound to be people that look strikingly alike.

But, this concept is made so much more confusing when people look like animated characters. For example, every time I see Professor Farnsworth on "Futurama" I jokingly wonder if Larry King stepped into model for the part.

So, here are some celebrity-character doppelgängers who you may have not recognized initially, but the resemblance is going to blow your mind.

15 Celebrities Who Look Like Movie Characters:

1. Rooney Mara and Edward Scissorhands

Okay, this isn't animated, but I had to throw it in.

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2. Matt Bomer and Prince Eric

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3. Emma Stone and Kim Possible

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4. Larry King and Professor Farnsworth

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5. Jennifer Lawrence and Luanne Platter

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6. Martin Scorsese and Carl Fredricksen

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7. Michelle Williams and Tinker Bell

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8. Bryan Cranston and Ned Flanders

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9. Abigail Breslin and Rainbow Brite

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10. Zac Efron and Cyclops

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11. Amanda Seyfried and Repunzel

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12. John Goodman and Peter Griffin

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13. Miley Cyrus and the Cynthia

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14. Eric Allan Kramer and Bob Parr

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15. Aubrey Plaza and Daria Morgendorffer

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Every year, a new group a beautiful women in glamorous dresses walks the Oscars red carpet. And every year, one of those women wins a prestigious golden statue for being the Best Actress in a film.

In celebration of that, a British media company called Big Group created an incredibly impressive illustration of every dress worn by a Best Actress Oscar winner.

Starting in 1929, the photo follows red carpet trends throughout the past 88 years.

Big Group

Some of my favorites were:

Vivien Leigh's dress from Irene Gibbons,

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Grace Kelly's dress from Edith Head.

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Marion Cotillard's dress from Jean Paul Gaultier.

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Brie Larson's dress from Gucci.

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And, of course, Emma Stone's dress from Givenchy.

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Until next year, folks.


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