Susan Sarandon: I Was High At 'Almost All' Award Shows (Roll Call)

Susan Sarandon attends '12-12-12' a concert benefiting The Robin Hood Relief Fund to aid the victims of Hurricane Sandy presented by Clear Channel Media & Entertainment, The Madison Square Garden Company and The Weinstein Company at Madison Square Garden on December 12, 2012 Susan Sarandon attends '12-12-12' a concert benefiting The Robin Hood Relief Fund to aid the victims of Hurricane Sandy presented by Clear Channel Media & Entertainment, The Madison Square Garden Company and The Weinstein Company at Madison Square Garden on December 12, 2012

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No Wonder She Always Looks So Happy When She Doesn’t Win: When it comes to award shows, Susan Sarandon takes some preemptive measures to ensure that she has a good night. During her appearance on Bravo’s “Watch Happens Live” on Wednesday, host Andy Cohen asked the 67-year-old to name a Hollywood event that she’s shown up to high. “Only one?” she said with a laugh. “I would say almost all except the Oscars.” So next time we see a chill Susan on the red carpet, we’ll know why. [BravoTV]

“Inside Llewyn Davis” Star Covers Katy Perry: Golden Globe nominated actor Isaac Oscar, who scored a nod for “Inside Llewyn Davis” on Thursday, treated fans to a folk music version of Katy Perry’s “Roar” on Jimmy Fallon. [BuzzFeed]

Best Holiday Video Of 2013: Billy Eichner and Amy Poehler ambushing people on the street with Christmas carols… does it get any better? [Vulture]

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“Homeland” Star Damian Lewis Apologizes To Ian McKellen For “Fruity Actor” Comments: Oh Brody! After taking some heat for comments that seem impossible to not link to Sir Ian McKellen, “Homeland’s” Damian Lewis is apologizing. “I am hugely embarrassed that comments of mine have been linked in a negative way to Sir Ian McKellen,” he said in a statement. In October, the actor told the Guardian that he never wanted to one of those “fruity actors” known for their work in theatre who end up “playing wizards” later in their careers. Again… oh Brody! [New York Daily News]

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