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Annette Bening Reacts to Her Similarity to Elizabeth Warren - Watch! (Video)

Annette Bening is talking about his lookalike status!

The legendary actress made an appearance on The Ellen DeGeneres Show on Friday (March 13), guest-hosted by Sean Hayes.

PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Annette Bening

Annette opened up about her 28th wedding anniversary with husband Warren Beatty and said she’s inspired by her parents, who are coming up on their 70th anniversary.

She also talked about her resemblance to Senator Elizabeth Warren, and revealed she chatted with the former presidential candidate’s husband at a speaking engagement. Later on, since she spoke in a British accent in her film, Hope Gap, Sean put both their accent skills to the test with a game.

She also recently opened up about seeing this star’s first real kiss. Find out who!

Watch Annette‘s appearance…


Annette Bening on Her Similarity to Senator Elizabeth Warren

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Elizabeth Warren Reveals How She's Doing Since Dropping Out of Presidential Race in 'SNL' Cold Open - Watch!

Elizabeth Warren is making a surprise appearance on Saturday Night Live!

The 70-year-old senator stopped by the show on Saturday (March 7) to take part in the Cold Open, which featured Kate McKinnon portraying Fox News host Laura Ingraham.

During her appearance, Elizabeth revealed how she’s been since dropping out of the Presidential Race earlier this week.

“I’m doing just fine, my friends and family have been so supportive,” Elizabeth shared. “They’ve been calling nonstop, asking ‘are you okay? What do you need? Were you electable?’”

Laura then shared a clip of Elizabeth debating with Mayor Mike Bloomberg – which just happened to be the viral clip of Elizabeth‘s dog stealing a burrito.

“So just to be clear – are you the dog or the burrito?” Laura asked to which Elizabeth, “I was the dog.”

Elizabeth Warren's Dog Bailey Steals a Burrito & Won't Let It Go - Watch the Video!

Elizabeth Warren‘s dog Bailey is the real MVP.

The 70-year-old U.S. Senator dropped out of the presidential race earlier today, and her golden retriever Bailey was with her every step of the way.

That same day, Elizabeth‘s press secretary Gabrielle Farrell took to Twitter to post a video of Bailey swiping someone’s burrito and refusing to let it go.

Bailey legit just swiped someone’s burrito,” Gabrielle captioned the clip, which appears to be taken from inside a campaign office.

“GIVE BAILEY A BURRITO DAMN IT,” one person tweeted, while another added, “Dream big, bite hard.”

Watch the video below!

ICYMI, hear what Elizabeth Warren had to say after dropping out of the race.

Elizabeth Warren Speaks Out After Dropping Out of the Presidential Race

Elizabeth Warren is opening up after news broke that she will be suspending her campaign for President of the United States.

The Presidential hopeful posted a statement on Wednesday (March 4) regarding her decision following the results of Super Tuesday.

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Elizabeth has not yet indicated if she will be making an endorsement in the race to become the next Democratic presidential nominee. Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders lead, with Tulsi Gabbard also still in the race.

“I want to start with the news. I want all of you to hear it first, and I want you to hear it straight from me: Today, I’m suspending our campaign for president. I know how hard all of you have worked. So from the bottom of my heart, thank you for everything you have poured into this campaign,” she began her message.

Hillary Clinton recently voiced favorable views about this candidate.

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Elizabeth Warren Dropping Out of Presidential Race

Senator Elizabeth Warren is ending her presidential campaign to be the democratic nominee.

She is announcing her decision to her staffers on Thursday (March 5). She had a disappointing showing in the Super Tuesday primaries, despite having a large fan base.

Her departure comes after the departures of Minnesota Sen. Amy Klobuchar, former South Bend, Indiana, Mayor Pete Buttigieg, and Michael Bloomberg. They all endorsed Joe Biden. It’s unclear if Elizabeth Warren will be endorsing any candidate at this time. Bernie Sanders is also still in the running.

Find out which celebrities are now endorsing Joe Biden.

Super Tuesday Primary Elections Results - Watch Live! (Video)

The results of Super Tuesday are rolling in!

March 3 marks the most important day in the primary calendar: fourteen states and one territory in the United States are holding contests for the Democratic Party presidential candidate.

The polls are closing in the following states and territories throughout the course of the evening: Vermont, Virginia, North Carolina, Alabama, Tennessee, Texas, Oklahoma, Massachusetts, Maine, Arkansas, Colorado, Minnesota, Utah, California, American Samoa.

More than 1,300 delegates — about a third of the total — are up for grabs, marking a deciding factor in choosing the Democratic candidate for the 2020 presidential election who will go up against President Donald Trump.

Joe Biden, Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren, Michael Bloomberg and Tulsi Gabbard are still in the race.

Watch the results roll in live…

Elizabeth Warren Tears Up During 'Kimmel' Interview Ahead of Super Tuesday (Video)

Elizabeth Warren stops by Jimmy Kimmel Live! for an emotional appearance ahead of Super Tuesday.

The 70-year-old U.S. Senator chatted with host Jimmy Kimmel on Monday (March 2).

While discussing her Democratic presidential campaign and Super Tuesday, Elizabeth said, “For me, it’s about having built this whole movement across the country. We’ve now done well over 100,000 selfies. A lot of them are just fun, people giggle and make funny faces. But there are also the ones where somebody comes through—the little girl is adorable and she passes on through, and the mom gives me a hug and says, ‘Please hang on to health care, she has brain cancer.’ Someone will say to me, ‘I have student loans and you’re my last hope. I am never going to get out of this hole in my whole life.’”

“It’s about every 20th person,” she continued. “It’s all fun and then someone, it’s honestly like a knife between the ribs because it is so painful. They so much need a government on their side. They’re not asking for a handout—they’re just asking for a government that’s on their side.”

“Number one, you have to vote for the person you think would make the best president of the United States, period,” she added. “I think that’s people’s sacred obligation. But I also believe those things don’t diverge. Over time as more comes out about people, the person who will make the best president is also the person who has the best chance of beating Donald Trump. It’s going to take standing up against Donald Trump, you bet. But it’s also going to take talking about our affirmative vision of the kind of America we want to be. Do we just want to say, hey look, just get rid of Donald Trump and we’ll go back to the way things were before? No. We have this opportunity, an amazing opportunity in 2020, to fix a lot of what’s been broken for a long time in this country.”

She also took aim at Michael Bloomberg (“It’s not personal, it’s just everything about him”), talked potential running mates, and more.

Watch the video to hear what she had to say.

ICYMI, Elizabeth Warren also gave her detailed plan to fight Coronavirus on Ellen.


Senator Elizabeth Warren on Coronavirus, Bloomberg, Super Tuesday & Running Mate