Ashton Knows Harry Now
If it wasn't for another famous neighbor, Ashton Kutcher may have never discovered the sounds of Harry Styles. In an interview with Esquire, he said he and his wife Mila Kunis attended a karaoke party at his neighbor's home and saw Styles take the stage. After being blown away by his performance, they spoke to him and told him how great his performance was, not knowing that he was the a world famous pop star. The couple then had to tell some other attendees about Styles' ability only to find out his identity — though Kutcher himself still had no clue who he was. "And I feel so dumb, so I just really want to say I'm sorry, Harry Styles. But you're really good at karaoke, man. Seriously. Like really good," Kutcher said.
Serena Talks #TheSlap
Serena Williams has finally broken her silence on the infamous Oscars slap. She said, "We're all imperfect, and we're all human, and let's just be kind to each other." Williams and her sister Venus were in attendance to celebrate the movie centered around their father, King Richard, for which Will Smith won the best actor award — shortly after slapping Chris Rock on the live broadcast. Smith has apologized more than once to Rock, but the two have not made a public reconciliation.
Are the Stallones the reality TV family America has been needing all along? There will be a chance to decide after Sylvester Stallone and his family got the greenlight for The Family Stallone from Paramount+. The streaming platform made the announcement on Thursday. The show will focus on each family member's various life pursuits, ranging from running businesses to hosting podcasts. Stallone is also gearing up to return for the second season of Tulsa King also on Paramount+.
Odenkirk Gets a Hasty
Actor Bob Odenkirk has been named Hasty Pudding Theatricals' Man of the Year. The award, which comes from the oldest theater organization in the U.S., honors performers who have made lasting and significant contributions in the entertainment space. Odenkirk's role as Saul Goodman from Breaking Bad and its spinoff Better Call Saul has certainly been etched into TV programming history. Previous recipients include, Robert De Niro, Harrison Ford, Ryan Reynolds, and Jason Bateman.