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Remember that time Kanye West said, “George Bush doesn’t care about black people,” on live television? Years later Mike Myers is speaking out about the incident, saying he’s proud to have been there.

“I went there specifically because I wanted to help the Red Cross,” Myers revelealed. “I was supposed to be by myself, and I was like, ‘fine,’ and then they said, ‘Do you mind doing it with somebody else?’ And I always remembered that Live Aid thing of ‘leave your egos at the door,’ so I said, ‘Sure, of course,’ And they said, ‘Would you do it with Kanye West?’ and I said, ‘Uh sure.'”

“I actually wasn’t familiar with his work,” Myers said. “And then he said he was going to take some liberties with the thing…But I didn’t know that the liberty would be calling out the president.”

Looking back on it, Myers says he’s proud to have been a part of it. Check out the rest of his interview here!

The Oscars are a time of celebration, but some people over do it just a bit!

Jennifer Lawrence recently revealed that she had so much to drink that she barely made it to the Oscars after-party. In fact, she was throwing up as soon as she arrived.

J. Law stopped by Late Night With Seth Myers to tell that story and reveal the star who told her to, “get it together!”

Nearly a week after giving birth to their first baby girl, Kendra Wilkinson and her hubby Hank Baskett are finally revealing their daughter’s name.

Throughout her pregnancy Kendra revealed that she wasn’t looking to raise a girly girl.

“People keep asking me if I’m excited to have a ‘princess’ and I usually respond with, ‘I’d rather have my girl be a superhero than a princess.’ I believe making her think she is a princess is unrealistic and sets up a fantasy world,” she wrote in her pregnancy blog.

“I want her to live and learn as I did – outside, playing in dirt and kicking a ball around.”

With that kind of philosophy it’s no surprise Kendra and her man opted for a more traditionally male name for their little girl. The couple named their daughter Alijah Mary Baskett.

Find out more pregnancy details here!

While a lot of actors and actresses came from prestigious universities from various cities across the globe, Mark Wahlberg comes from more humble beginnings and he’s damn proud of them!

The 42-year-old recently revealed that just last fall he completed a high school equivalency program to earn his GED.

“I can’t tell my kids to go to school and get an education if I don’t have a diploma,” Wahlberg said. “They’d start thinking, ‘Why do we need to go? You didn’t go and you turned out all right.’ But I’m proud to have it.”

Mark also had a little bit of advice on being a parent and so much more. Check it out here!

SOURCE: Daily News, NBC, PEOPLE | PHOTO/VIDEO CREDIT: Late Night With Seth Meyers, Esquire, Splash,

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