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Mindy Kaling, Tessa Thompson, Danai Gurira & More Kick Off Oscars Week at Vanity Fair's Women in Hollywood Soiree!

Mindy Kaling, Tessa Thompson and Danai Gurira strike a pose while celebrating with Belvedere Vodka at Vanity Fair & Lancome Paris’s Toast Women in Hollywood as part of 2018 Oscars Week held on Thursday (March 1) in West Hollywood, Calif.

The three ladies were joined at the event by January Jones, Connie Britton, Zoe Kravitz, hostesses Rashida Jones and Ava DuVernay, Tracee Ellis Ross, Kelly Marie Tran, Angela Sarafyan, Aubrey Plaza, Bellamy Young, Darby Stanchfield, Chelsea Handler, Katie Aselton, The Big Sick‘s Emily V. Gordon and her husband Kumail Nanjiani.

Also in attendance were Pom Klementieff, Jackie Tohn, Heather Graham, Madeline Brewer, Betty Gabriel, Caitlyn Jenner, Andrea Riseborough, Kelly Rohrbach, Gaby Hoffman, Garcelle Beauvais, Alessandra Ambrosio, Rita Wilson, Judith Light, Portia Doubleday, Alia Shawkat, Selma Blair, Betty Gabriel, Padma Lakshmi and Catt Sadler.

FYI: Tessa is wearing an Alberta Ferretti ensemble and an Adeam bag. Mindy is wearing a Sachin & Babi dress with Monica Vinader and Jennifer Meyer jewelry. Ava is wearing an Etro dress and Jimmy Choo clutch. Tracee is wearing a Christian Dior ensemble and Malone Souliers shoes. Danai is wearing a Cushnie et Ochs dress and Giuseppe Zanotti shoes. Aubrey is wearing Michael Kors Collection. Angela is wearing Harry Kotlar diamond studs and ring. Madeline is wearing a Cushnie et Ochs dress and Stella Luna shoes. Portia is wearing Osman.

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Olivia Pope & Annalise Keating Meet in Shondaland Crossover Episode!

Kerry Washington‘s Olivia Pope and Viola Davis‘ Annalise Keating are meeting for the first time in the Scandal and How to Get Away with Murder crossover episode airing TONIGHT (March 1) on ABC!

In the first hour of the episode airing during Scandal, Olivia gets a visit from Annalise, who needs help fast-tracking a judicial reform class action suit to the United States Supreme Court.

Photos have been released from the episode and Annalise and Michaela Pratt (Aja Naomi King) get the chance to meet with former President Grant (Tony Goldwyn) and current President Grant (Bellamy Young).

In the photos from How to Get Away with Murder, it looks like Annalise and Olivia get to the Supreme Court!

Make sure to tune in at 9/8c on ABC to watch the crossover episode!

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'Scandal' Cast Makes One Last 'Ellen' Appearance Together, Talks About Show's Ending

Kerry Washington and the cast of Scandal step out for an appearance on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, airing on Wednesday (February 28).

The full cast of the ABC show made one last appearance on the show ahead of the series finale, which will air later this season.

The stars said that they still don’t know how the show is going to end and the final table read is happening later this week, which is when they’ll read the last script.

Kerry was joined by co-stars Tony Goldwyn, Scott Foley, Bellamy Young, Jeff Perry, Darby Stanchfield, Katie Lowes, Guillermo Diaz, Joshua Malina, Joe Morton, George Newbern, and Cornelius Smith Jr.

FYI: Katie is wearing Jennifer Meyer jewelry.

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Bellamy Young Apologizes to Ryan Seacrest for Speaking Without Knowing Full Story

Bellamy Young has released an apology to Ryan Seacrest after she said that the television personality should not host the upcoming Oscars pre-show amid allegations made against him.

The longtime E! Live from the Red Carpet host was exonerated of the claims against him, but his accuser just came forward with detailed accusations against Seacrest.

Young was put on the spot by Variety, the same outlet that first published the accusations, and asked to give her opinion on a story she hadn’t yet heard about. She said that Ryan should step aside from the red carpet show amid the claims.

“I have an apology to make,” Bellamy told THR in a statement. “On Monday night on the red carpet, I spoke on record about something I had no first hand knowledge of. I trusted that the information that the journalist provided me with was complete, and I gave my general opinion based on the information he provided. The world is changing quickly right now, and many of us have been affected by this issue: I spoke up because I feel deeply that the secrecy of shame plays a significant part in what has kept this shift from happening before now.”

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Bellamy Young Thinks Ryan Seacrest Should Step Aside from Oscars Pre-Show Amid Allegations

Bellamy Young thinks that Ryan Seacrest should not be the host of E!’s Live from the Red Carpet special this Sunday after new allegations of sexual misconduct against him emerged.

The Scandal actress was asked about the allegations by Variety, the same outlet that first published the allegations, while at the A Wrinkle in Time premiere.

Bellamy said that she hadn’t yet read the allegations as she was at work, but she thinks “this is the time to step aside and let someone of equal talent that is beyond reproach to be in charge.”

“I know it feels like the rules have changed, so I’m sure people who have been in dominant positions are taken by surprise, many of them living in fear. Many of them thinking, ‘What, but this is how we said we’d act.’ But we never said that. We never consented,” Bellamy added. “Now that someone is asking, do you consent? We get to say no, people have to accept our no and step aside.”

Ryan denied the allegations preemptively back in November and he just released a new statement denying them again.

UPDATE: Bellamy just released an apology to Ryan for speaking without knowing the full story.