Everyone knows real-life events aren't really real until kabbalist Madonna has weighed in. Madge has finally spoken about the presidential election.
She tells Harper's Bazaar she kept vigil on election night with two religious texts, the Quran and Zohar.
She prayed Hillary Clinton would win. When that didn't happen, the Material Girl plunged into a dark depression that persists to this day. "I wake up every morning and it's like when you break up with somebody who has really broken your heart," says the singer. "And I'm devastated and I'm broken and I have nothing. I'm lost."
Amy Schumer has taped a stand-up special for Netflix that's set to premiere March 7, E!News reports. . . . TMZ says Soulja Boy and Chris Brown plan to take their social-media war of words to the ring with an honest-to-goodness boxing match. No word on where or when the gladiators will face off. . . . Beloved of comic book fans and lovers of Ryan Reynolds' motormouth, Deadpool may be soon become a darling of the Academy. The superhero comedy has racked up a whole mass of big nominations, including two Golden Globes nods (it lost out in both categories), four Critics' Choice Awards noms, a Writers Guild Award nom, and now a Producers Guild Award nod.
The party "went real late," Kerry Washington told E!'s Ryan Seacrest about President Obama's farewell party Friday at the White House. Guests included John Legend, Chrissy Teigen, Tom Hanks, Olivia Wilde, Jason Sudeikis, and Usher.
"We left at 3:30 a.m. and people were still on the dance floor." POTUS, Washington said, was still dancing when she left.