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Kanye West is a man famous for speaking his mind, and his remarks at a Hurricane Katrina relief telethon in 2005 are among the most infamous.
Standing next to Mike Myers, the rapper went rogue, telling the audience watching at home that "George Bush doesn't care about black people."
Drew Barrymore jokes that she has "no brain capacity to do anything right now," but duty still calls for the 39-year-old actress.
With her latest romantic-comedy with Adam Sandler, May 23's "Blended," fast approaching, Barrymore has to be red carpet ready about a month after welcoming her second daughter, Frankie.
In Fox's new dating reality series, "I Wanna Marry Harry," which debuted Tuesday night, 12 American women compete to win the affections of a man they're led to believe is Prince Harry.
Of course, the man they're vying for isn't the actual Prince Harry, son of Prince Charles and Princess Diana and fourth in line to the British throne. It's a fairly broke English guy named Matthew Hicks, who happens to look just similar enough to the real deal to be passed off as faux royalty.
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