Michelle Obama has revealed what was in that infamous Tiffany’s box given to her by First Lady Melania Trump during President Trump’s inauguration.
It was a frame — “a lovely frame” — but you’d never know it given the awkward exchange that took place when Obama received the gift.
The exchange, which launched memes all over the internet, took the former first lady by surprise, as she explained to Ellen DeGeneres on Wednesday in her first television interview since departing from the White House. (The segment airs Thursday.)
“The Late Show With Stephen Colbert” aired a post-State of the Union live episode Tuesday night, but the show broke out a truly special guest Wednesday night for her take on the speech.
Tony Award winner Laura Benanti returned to the program, bringing her sterling impression of Melania Trump with her, and gave Colbert the scoop on what’s happening behind the scenes of the country’s first couple.
“The state of our union is strong. The state of their union? It’s complicated,” Colbert joked as he laid out the rumors swirling around the couple in recent weeks.
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The Sundance Institute announced Wednesday that the documentary “Science Fair” is the winner of the first-ever Festival Favorite Award.
The final honor to be handed out at the Sundance Film Festival, the Festival Favorite Award was determined by audience votes from the 123 films screened at this year’s festival. The other award winners were announced on Jan. 27.
Directed by Cristina Costantini and Darren Foster, “Science Fair,” which had its world premiere at the festival, follows nine high schoolers from around the world as they compete against thousands of other students representing 78 countries at the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair.
Lorde funneled her songwriting skills into direct correspondence with her fan base on Wednesday.
The two-time Grammy winner, whose 2017 album, “Melodrama,” scored a nomination for album of the year at Sunday’s awards, took out a full-page ad featuring a handwritten note in the New Zealand Herald to thank fans for their support.
“Oh, hi there!” the note, written on Monday, opens. “I’m writing this from New York City. [My brother] Angelo and I sat in Madison Square Garden last night and saw a lot of crazy and wonderful things.
After Adele paid homage to the country queen this week on Instagram, Parton took to social media to share how flattered she was that the “Hello” singer would even know who she was, let alone pay tribute to her.
“Hey, Adele likes me? I was knocked out, I was so honored, I was so flattered,” the jubilant country icon said in an Instagram video posted Wednesday.
“Charles in Charge” star Scott Baio appeared on ”Good Morning America” on Wednesday to deny former costar Nicole Eggert’s allegations that he began sexually abusing her when she was 14.
“She lied at the time. I’m trying to figure out which time she’s lying and which time she’s not lying because the story seems to change quite a bit and I can’t keep up with it quite honestly,” Baio told ABC News’ Amy Robach.
Eggert, 46, also accused Baio of later having sex with her as a minor and said she lied about the story over the years to protect the legacy of the show. Baio, 57, said he did “absolutely nothing” to his costar.
Roughly three months after halting production in response to sexual misconduct allegations against Kevin Spacey, Netflix’s “House of Cards” has officially resumed production on its sixth and final season — and it’s adding Diane Lane and Greg Kinnear to the mix.
Lane and Kinnear will play siblings in the forthcoming season, according to information Netflix released Wednesday morning. No further details about their characters were provided.
Production on the final season of the series, whose first five seasons followed power-hungry Frank Underwood (Spacey) and his ascension to the presidency, kicked back up Wednesday after coming to a halt last fall.
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