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Ashley’s Morning Scoop 1.18.16

The Critics Choice Awards were held last night and 9 year old Jacob Tremblay stole the show with his acceptance speech for Best Young Actor/Actress saying he was going to put his award next to his Millenium Falcon.

Leonardo DiCaprio and Brie Larsen won for Best Actor and Actress in a Drama, and Amy Schumer and Christian Bale won for best actor & actress in a Comedy.

Sad news for Star Wars fans….. after 4 weeks at the top of the Box Office, The Force Awakens has fallen to the number three spot, behind…. Ride Along 2 and Revenant. Ride Along 2 brought in $34 million….Sounds like the force is strong with Ice Cube and Kevin Hart.

Miley Cyrus arrived at JFK yesterday wearing what appeared to be a very familiar ring. It looked just like the engagement ring she received from her ex-fiance Liam Hemsworth back in the day. The two have been hanging out lately, and now it seems like things might really be back on!

Madonna has left her fans in Louisville angry after showing up 3 hours late to her concert and arriving seemingly drunk. Many of the concertgoers took to Twitter to express their irritation. One person wrote “Madonna was like drunk tonight…she couldn’t remember lyrics, choreography and said she feels drunk.” She also apparently talked with a Southern accent and was yelling at the arena staff.

The 21st Annual Critics’ Choice Awards Winners List:


Best Ensemble: ‘Spotlight’

Best Supporting Actor: Sylvester Stallone ‘Creed’

Best Supporting Actress: Alicia Vikander ‘The Danish Girl’

Best Sci-Fi/Horror Movie: ‘Ex Machina’

Best Young Actor/Actress Movie: Jacob Tremblay ‘Room’

Best Director: George Miller ‘Mad Max Fury Road’

Best Actress In A Comedy: Amy Schumer ‘Trainwreck’

Best Actor In A Comedy: Christian Bale ‘The Big Short’

Best Comedy: ‘The Big Short’

Best Actress in a Drama: Brie Larson ‘Room’

Best Actor in a Drama: Leonardo DiCaprio ‘The Revenant’

Best Picture: ‘Spotlight’




Best Movie Made For Television: ‘Fargo’

Best Supporting Actress In A Comedy Series: Mayim Bialik ‘The Big Bang Theory’

Best Supporting Actor In A Comedy Series: Andre Braugher ‘Brooklyn 99’

Best Actor In A Comedy Series: Jeffrey Tambor ‘Transparent’

Best Actress In A Comedy Series: Rachel Bloom ‘Crazy Ex Girlfriend’

Best Supporting Actor In A Drama Series: Christian Slater ‘Mr. Robot’

Best Supporting Actress In A Drama Series: Constance Zimmer ‘Unreal’

Best Actress In A Movie Made For Television Or Limited Series: Kirsten Dunst ‘Fargo’

Best Reality Show Competition: ‘The Voice’

Best Actress In A Drama Series: Kerri Coon ‘The Leftovers’

Best Actor In A Drama Series: Rami Malek ‘Mr. Robot.’

Best Drama: ‘The Robot’

Best Comedy Series: ‘Master Of None’