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Ryan Gosling & Justin Timberlake Had a 'Mickey Mouse Club' Reunion at the Oscars 2017

Ryan Gosling and Justin Timberlake had an adorable reunion.

While there was rightfully a lot of buzz about the Best Picture mix-up at the 2017 Oscars, there was definitely not enough attention given to the former Mickey Mouse Club stars as they spotted each other in the audience at the show.

The good friends, who were on The Mickey Mouse Club together from 1993 to 1995, were all smiles while catching up. Ryan‘s Oscars date, his sister Mandi, also spent some time reminiscing.

“We thought we were so cool when we were on The Mickey Mouse Club,” Justin has previously said. “Looking back on them, they weren’t as bad as I thought they were at the time. We stole a golf cart … we drove into MGM Studios, which is totally illegal by the way.”

Head to our gallery to see all the reunion pics – plus a throwback pic featuring the guys’ other Mickey Mouse Club co-star Britney Spears!

Also pictured inside: Ryan finishing up breakfast at Little Dom’s on Friday (March 3) in Los Feliz, Calif.

20+ pictures inside of Ryan Gosling leaving breakfast and more… More Here! »

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Jimmy Kimmel Reveals Final Oscars Joke He Was Supposed to Do After Best Picture

Jimmy Kimmel had a big joke planned for the end of the 2017 Oscars, but the Best Picture fail got in the way and we never got to see what was in store.

“The plan was the Best Picture is announced; they make a speech,” Jimmy said on The Bill Simmons Podcast. “I was assuming the Best Picture was not going to be ‘Manchester by the Sea.’ And I said to Matt [Damon], ‘If it’s not ‘Manchester by the Sea,’ I’m gonna be sitting next to you. This will be my revenge for the Emmys.’”

“Because at the Emmys, he walked onstage after we lost our category. So I’d be sitting next to him, and it would start on me, and I’d start wrapping the show up. The camera would widen, we’d see Matt was sitting next to me, and I would say, ‘Wow, unbelievable, Casey won and Kenneth won and really only one person didn’t win tonight, and it’s you for this movie.’ It would have been a nice little button to the whole night,” Jimmy continued.

Click inside to find out what happened when Matt and Jimmy were ready for the joke…More Here! »

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PwC Employees Responsible for Oscars Fail Getting Death Threats

  • PricewaterhouseCoopers bosses have hired bodyguards for the employees – TMZ
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  • The ladies of The View react to the Jeff Sessions Russia scandal – Gossip Cop
  • Gwyneth Paltrow is still going strong with her boyfriend – Lainey Gossip
  • Late Night hosts are slamming the media – TooFab
  • Meet young Jack Sparrow – MTV
  • Amanda Seyfried cradles her baby bump – Popsugar

Oscars Cuts Ties With PwC Accountants Involved in Best Picture Mistake

The Academy will not be welcoming the PwC accountants involved in the Best Picture mistake at next year’s Oscars ceremony.

Accountants Brian Cullinan and Martha Ruiz will not be working on the show, Academy president Cheryl Boone Isaacs announced on Wednesday (March 1).

Both Brian and Martha had worked the show and been tasked with safeguarding the results for several years.

According to TMZ, the duo will kept their day jobs at the accounting firm.

Cheryl also told The Associated Press that the Academy’s relationship with PwC, which has been responsible for tallying and revealing Oscar winners for 83 years, remains under review.

Academy Issues Apology After Using Photo of Woman Who is Alive During 'In Memoriam' Segment

The Academy has formally apologized for featuring the photo of a woman who is still alive during the Oscar‘s In Memoriam segment.

During the tribute, a photo of Australian producer Jan Chapman was used instead of her late friend, Australian costume designer Janet Patterson.

The organization took to their Instagram to correct the error.

“We sincerely apologize to producer Jan Chapman, whose photo was mistakenly used in the Oscars ‘In Memoriam’ tribute for her colleague and dear friend, the late Janet Patterson. Janet, an Academy member and four-time Oscar-nominated costume designer, was beloved in our community. We extend our deepest apologies and condolences to the Patterson family,” the Academy wrote.

See the the real photo of Janet below…

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