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      President Donald Trump was not impressed with Oprah Winfrey’s latest 60 Minutes segment.

      Her segment, which covered the partisan divide in the country, prompted a series of tweets from Trump.

      • "Just watched a very insecure Oprah Winfrey, who at one point I knew very well, interview a panel of people on 60 Minutes," he tweeted on Sunday evening. "The questions were biased and slanted, the facts incorrect. Hope Oprah runs so she can be exposed and defeated just like all of the others!"
      • Winfrey has repeatedly said that she is not running after giving fans hope with a rousing speech at the Golden Globes that many saw as her testing the waters for a 2020 run.

      The Oscar-winning Jennifer Lawrence is taking 12 months off of acting to get more "young people engaged politically," she says.

      She is already a member of the board of nonprofit anti-corruption org Represent.Us. alongside director David O. Russell, with whom she frequently collaborates the Red Sparrow star tells Entertainment Tonight.

      • "It doesn't have anything to do with partisan politics," Lawrence said of her involvement with the non-profit organization. "It's just anti-corruption and stuff trying to pass state by state laws that can help prevent corruption, fix our democracy."
      • Or is she? A rep for Lawrence told Entertainment Weekly Monday that Lawrence isn’t going anywhere, and while she may dive deeper into politics, she is waiting on the green light on a few upcoming projects and will be highly active in Tinseltown again shortly.
      • Lawrence has become more and more involved in politics recently. In January, she participated in the Women’s March, holding a sign that read: "A woman's place is in the revolution."
      • This also isn’t the first time she’s expressed interest in taking a step back from Hollywood. The 27-year-old told Elle in November that she wanted to buy a farm and milk goats.


      • Meanwhile, many on social media are slamming the star for what they perceive as rudeness to BAFTA host Joanna Lumley, who welcomed her to the stage with a big compliment.
      • "And we start with the award for Outstanding British Film and who better to kick the whole evening off than the hottest actress on the planet?" Lumley said. "Soon to be seen in Red Sparrow, it's the ravishing Jennifer Lawrence."
      • Lawrence then appeared on stage and said, "Hi. That was a bit much, but thank you, Joanna."
      • Fans immediately lashed out on Twitter, dubbing her a "spoiled brat" and "Miss Arrogance." Others defended her though, saying she was just being "modest."
      • Red Sparrow floats into theaters March 2nd.

      Bravo has participants in its reality TV shows sign an "STD clause" promising not to sue the network if they get one of the many infections they list in the contract while filming, Page Six reports.

      Insiders tell the paper that such provisions are actually the norm across all major networks, especially on dating shows.

      • Vanderpump Rules, about Lisa Vanderpump’s restaurant SUR and the sex lives of the staff who work there, is cited as a "hotbed of disease." In 2015, VR star James Kennedy called Jax Taylor a "dirty, dirty boy" on Bravo’s Watch What Happens Live With Andy Cohen, adding "It’s called herpes!"
      • In 2010, Jersey Shore creator SallyAnn Salsano told The Hollywood Reporter that producers handed out herpes meds "like M&Ms."
      • ABC, meanwhile, has said that it tests contestants on dating shows The Bachelor and The Bachelorette for STDs, ensuring that the finalists in both shows are disease-free.

      Prince Harry and Meghan Markle took time out of their crazy wedding planning schedules to hit the town for hip-hop musical Hamilton. The pair took in Lin Manuel Miranda’s Tony-winnig show in London at the Victoria Palace Theatre.

      Leslie Garcia Bowman, who plays a general in the West End production, tweeted that it "was an honor to have Prince Harry and Meghan" in the audience.

      • Markle and her BFF Priyanka Chopra already took in the play in NYC in 2016. The show tells the story of Alexander Hamilton and the founding fathers of America, and just happens to poke fun at Harry’s ancestor George III.
      • This theater outing followed a week of public outings, including a joint visit to Edinburgh, and Harry’s appearance at an environmental meeting and to serve kids lunch at a sports club on Thursday.
      • And in preparation for the big day (May 19th!) Markle is getting into the royal routine with a official aide who will help her organize her royal schedule. Former Kensington Palace press officer Amy Pickerell has taken the gig.
      • Meanwhile, in other royal news, Kate Middleton continues to get loudly defended and dragged for wearing a dark green dress to the BAFTAs, instead of donning a black gown in deference to the Time’s Up movement against sexual assault, as many celebrities did. According to TMZ, Kate was unable to switch her dress at the last minute for a black one as she is so far along in her pregnancy.

      If concern over the state of Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theoux’s fortune has been keeping you up at night, The Blast’s latest report should have you resting easy. According to the site, they set up their financial life to make a split super easy.

      The pair kept the deeds to their residences in their own names and as their "sole and separate property." The 49-year-old Aniston owns a mansion in Bel Air and another in the Hollywood Hills. The historic Bel Air home was bought by Aniston in 2011 for $21 million. The Hollywood Hills home was bought for $742,500 in 1995.

      • Theroux owns an apartment in Greenwich Village, but it is unknown how much it was purchased for. Since none of their homes were acquired together, they are not viewed as community property.
      • Additionally, their primary assets (Aniston’s earnings from Friends and Theroux’s from Tropic Thunder) were also acquired pre-relationship, so they are not fair game post-split.
      • Also, judging from their joint statement announcing the split—"We are two best friends who have decided to part ways as a couple, but look forward to continuing our cherished friendship"—they want to keep things as friendly as the O.G. friendly exes, Gwyneth Paltrow and Chris Martin.
      • Another report in Us Weekly, however, seems to reveal a darker side to their show of well wishes. A source tells the mag that they hadn’t slept in the same room together for months, even when they weren’t on opposite sides of the country.
      • "When Justin was in Los Angeles and staying with Jen, he would typically spend most of his time in the guest house of the mansion," the insider says. "He would play music, hang out and, in the final months of their marriage, would end up sleeping in the guest house."

      SYLVESTER STALLONE SAYS HE IS STILL ALIVE: Not dead yet! A death hoax claiming Sylvester Stallone passed away resurfaced on social media, and the actor tried to shut it down just as quickly. "Please ignore the stupidity," the 71-year-old actor tweeted Monday. "Alive and well and happy and healthy...Still punching!" His brother also took to Twitter, writing the death is "a total hoax, not funny not cool."

      GEOFFREY RUSH ACCUSED OF MISCONDUCT: A lawyer accused the Oscar-winning Australian actor Geoffrey Rush in court on Monday of touching an actress inappropriately while starring in King Lear in Sydney. Rush, meanwhile, is suing Sydney’s The Daily Telegraph over articles in which his alleged misconduct was described.

      KOURTNEY KARDASHIAN REVEALS SHE WEIGHS 98 POUNDS: On a scene cut from Keeping Up With the Kardashians Sunday night, Kourtney Kardashian revealed that she weighs a whopping 98 pounds (just 36 pounds more than her 8-year-old). Granted, she's pint-sized (hovering around 5 feet tall), but still! Do you think it's a bad idea for KUWTK to talk numbers like that considering the age of many of their fans and viewers?

      ELSA PATAKY, SNAKE HANDLER? Chris Hemsworth’s Spanish wife Elsa Pataky has proven she can hang in the Australian outback once again. The Snakes on a Plane star took matters literally into her own hands when a tree snake made its way into their home, which she and Hemsworth share with their daughter and twin sons. She posted footage of the incident on Instagram, writing: "This is how I put her in the box. So professional!"


      THE FOSTERS CAST TELLS ELLEN DEGENERES ABOUT FINAL DAY: After a momentous Twitter campaign, The Fosters appeared on The Ellen DeGeneres Show Monday. It was taped after the actors finished filming the fifth and final season (set to air later this summer in a three-night event). When DeGeneres asked the Adams-Foster family — that’s Teri Polo, Sherri Saum, Maia Mitchell, David Lambert, Cierra Ramirez, Hayden Byerly and Noah Centineo —about their last day on set, they all shared their sadness. Ramirez summed it up, saying: "We’re all such family now — it was definitely very hard." DeGeneres concluded the interview by giving them a "wrap gift" of a single shared sweater.

      ANDI MACK RENEWED FOR THIRD SEASON: The Disney Channel has renewed Andi Mack for a third season. Cast members Peyton Elizabeth Lee, Lilan Bowden, Joshua Rush, Sofia Wylie and Asher Angel got the good news on ABC’s Good Morning America today. 12 new episodes from Season 2 of the diverse coming of age series will debut in June. The third season will premiere later this year as well.

      DAVID ATTENBOROUGH NABS LANDMARK DEAL WITH BBC: Sir David Attenborough has landed a landmark wildlife series with the BBC. The Planet Earth host has signed on to present a five-part series Dynasty. The show will air later this year and follows a different animal each episode during a critical period in their lives. Lions, hunting dogs, chimpanzees, tigers and emperor penguins are set to be featured. Charlotte Moore, the director of content at the BBC, said, "The wonderful David Attenborough will inspire audiences once again when he brings the natural world to life on BBC One with Dynasty. Four years in the making, capturing extraordinary family dynamics and behaviour, I hope these intimate animal dramas will connect with audiences just as Blue Planet II and Planet Earth II did." The terms of the deal were not disclosed.

      ANNE HATHAWAY IN TALKS TO STAR IN THE LAST THING: The Oscar-winning Anne Hathaway is in negotiations to star in Mudbound helmer Dee ReesThe Last Thing He Wanted, based on Joan Didion’s political thriller of the same name.

      GAME OF THRONES PRODUCER FRANK DOELGER LAUNCHES FIRM: Game of Thrones executive producer Frank Doelger has launched Intaglio Films, a company designed to produce English-language dramas for the international market. The company is a joint venture between Babylon Berlin producer Beta Film and ZDF Enterprises.