Important Update: Andrew Garfield Isn’t the Villain of the Batkid Story . . . He’s the Hero
The “New York Post” apparently had its facts messed up, and that was our source yesterday when we explained that the star of “Spiderman,” ANDREW GARFIELD dissed the Batkid’s chance to appear on the Oscars.
Turns out it wasn’t Garfield’s fault that the segment in which he makes Batkid an honorary superhero was cut from the show.
The Academy blames, quote, “the logistics of production.”
Even though it wasn’t Garfield’s fault, he made it right by going to Disneyland WITH Batkid and his family the following day.
One of Oprah’s Twitter Followers Asked Her For One of Her Dresses . . . And Oprah Gave It To Her
One of Oprah’s Twitter followers was so into the dress that Oprah wore recently on the cover of “Essence” magazine, that she Tweeted Oprah about it.
She said, quote, “You look beautiful in that essence cover pic. WOW. CAN I please have that dress? Cuz I know u won’t wear again lol luv u.”
And Oprah actually replied, quote, “You’re right I won’t wear ever again contact my asst. and show her this tweet.”
A week later, the woman received the dress.
Are NBC and “The Tonight Show” Trying to Block Celebrities from Appearing on Other Networks?
TMZ claims NBC is trying to use JIMMY FALLON’S ratings as leverage . . . and have put the word out that if a star wants to be a guest on the “The Tonight Show”, they can’t appear on ABC, CBS or Fox.
That doesn’t just cover late night shows . . . they’re also banned from doing the various morning shows like “Good Morning America”, as well.
This supposedly comes from “sources connected to CBS, NBC and ABC” . . . but there’s no actual word from anyone “on the record.”