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The Ladies of THE TALK Kick-Ass While Trying To Accept People's Choice Award After Being Interrupted By Stage Crasher!

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If you caught Wednesday’s presenation of the People’s Choice Awards on CBS,  you know by now that the ladies of the CBS afternoon series, The Talk found themselves once again at the epicenter of a watercooler moment at an awards show.

Daytime Emmy fans will recall Aisha Tyler’s save when the ladies were handed the wrong envelope and almost gave the award to the wrong soap opera!

This time it was the talk show hosts themselves who were being honored by the fans who voted for them in the category of Favorite Daytime TV Hosting Team.  Upon hitting the stage and beginning her speech, Sara Gilbert, accepting on behalf of Tyler, Sheryl Underwood, Sharon Osbourne and Julie Chen who were all standing beside her, was interrupted by a stage crasher who grabbed the mic away from her.

After sharing his name, this dude promoting his new record gave a shoutout to rapper Kevin Gates, before Sharon Osbourne began kicking him in the butt repeatedly with her heels.  “You’re not going to pull no Steve Harvey up in here,” Sheryl Underwood added while backing up her co-host. “Not here, not here. Back to your speech girl.”

Wednesday morning, LAPD Media Relations confirmed to E! News that the stage crasher’s name was Zicario Nicasio. He was arrested by private security at the People’s Choice Awards. He was charged with a misdemeanor for interfering with a live event.

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Watch the latest watercooler moment featuring the ladies of The Talk after the jump! Then let us know how you think Sara, Sheryl and Sharon handled the situation … we think they took care of the guy pretty swiftly!

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clhosier
clhosier

WTH does Steve Harvey have to do with it?! He made an honest mistake (god forbid people are human) but in no way relates to someone crashing their speech. Get over yourselves already.

Yes he should have been removed, but she had no business insulting someone who had nothing to do with it in the process.

Melissa
Melissa

I think she meant to say Kanye West but Steve Harvey may have slipped out because of the earlier skit with Miss Colombia.

penny
penny

I agree with you @dhosier. What the heck was that shade for Cheryl? I tune in sometimes to watch their show, depending on the guest. To be honest the only one I can tolerate is Aisha, she’s seems down to earth and doesn’t come across as phony. Julie is tooooo full of herself because she’s married to the Boss, without him she would still be broadcasting on some news show.

Abruzzfan
Abruzzfan

I agree with you all. Those women are so annoying. Julie Chen is the worst – she is so full of herself as you said penny.

Timmm
Timmm

Two people on TV that I cannot stand are Sheryl Underwood and Sharon Osbourne but I tip my hat how those two handled that Kanye West wanna be!

su0000
su0000

My gawd those women are annoying..
How can people tolerate them.. LOL

Timmm
Timmm

I stomach them when a soap star is on but now that they are grabbing good ratings they discount our sud stars and dont have them on anymore!

Nikki
Nikki

Why is there no security around these stages or for that matter the front few rows of stars. This happens far to often and started with Kanye West who did it to Taylor Swift. They need to be kicked out not to be allowed back in. Congratulations to Sharon Osborne who should have kicked him harder, and by the way what was wrong with that guy on stage that he stood there like a clown letting the ladies handle it.

CeeCee
CeeCee

Considering the turmoil around the world; you’re absolutely right, Nikki.

DYLAN
DYLAN

Nikki, these things are planned. They do not just happen randomly. These places are CRAWLING with security. The guy would not have made it up the first three steps without being hauled off by security. He most certainly would not have been allowed to ramble, and then get assaulted by these women. These things (like the Taylor Swift/Kanye debacle, etc) are planned for maximum impact and shock value.

JUDY K
JUDY K

GOOD QUICK THINKING BY THESE WOMEN…..WHERE WAS SECURITY??????

DYLAN
DYLAN

Security was RIGHT there, doing what they were instructed to do…nothing!

Llanviewer717
Llanviewer717

That guy met his match in Sheryl Underwood. Good for her.

4ever DAYS
4ever DAYS

All I see on the stage is a bunch of soap killers who aren’t finished killing!

DYLAN
DYLAN

These ridiculous, staged, scripted, planned “surprises” are not even funny or shocking anymore. They are designed for grabbing ratings, and generating publicity. Anyone who believes they are real is, well, a little bit challenged.

Abruzzfan
Abruzzfan

@Dylan – sadly you are probably right.

tatiana
tatiana

Absolutely they are staged for ratings! Taylor was a pretty big star when Kanye interrupted her speech but her popularity went through the roof after that stunt. They are both still mining the rewards from that stunt years later. Best thing that ever happened to Taylor.

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Justin Hartley Scores Supporting Actor In a Drama Series Nod As 25th Annual Critics Choice Nominations Unveiled

And the nominees are … so say the film and TV critics … in the just announced 25th Annual Critics Choice Awards.  The winners will be announced during a live ceremony airing Sunday, January 12 on The CW beginning at 7PMEST/6PMCST.

In the television categories, This Is Us came up with several key nominations including: being in the running for Best Drama Series, and in addition, Justin Hartley (Ex-Y&R, Revenge, Passions) nabbed a Supporting Actor in a Drama Series nomination for his performance as Kevin Pearson in the NBC drama series,

Hartley’s on-screen brother, Sterling K, Brown received recognition in the Lead Actor in a Drama Series for his work as Randall.  In addition, Susan Kelechi Watson scored a nomination for her work as Randall’s wife, Beth in the Supporting Actress in a Drama Series category.

In an interesting first, The Kelly Clarkson Show received a nomination in the Best Talk Show category and is the only one in the running from daytime, all the rest in the pack are from primetime or late night.

Downton Abbey: The Movie scored in the film categories in Best Production and Costume Design.

Click here for the official list of all the nominations in the film and TV categories competing for the Critics Choice Awards 2020.

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Caroll Spinney, Legendary Sesame Street Puppeteer Behind Big Bird And Oscar The Grouch, Dead At 85

More sorrowful news on Sunday.  Caroll Spinney, the legendary puppeteer behind beloved Sesame Street characters Big Bird and Oscar the Grouch,died today,  at the age 85 at his home in Connecticut.  Spinney has been suffering from dystonia for quite some time.

For the body of his life’s work, Spinney received many significant honors.  He was the recipient of four Daytime Emmy awards, as well as the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences’ Lifetime Achievement Award in 2006, the Library of Congress’ Living Legend Award, two Grammy awards and a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

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The Sesame Street workshop put on this press release upon his passing: “Caroll was an artistic genius whose kind and loving view of the world helped shape and define Sesame Street from its earliest days in 1969 through five decades, and his legacy here at Sesame Workshop and in the cultural firmament will be unending. His enormous talent and outsized heart were perfectly suited to playing the larger-than-life yellow bird who brought joy to generations of children and countless fans of all ages around the world, and his lovably cantankerous grouch gave us all permission to be cranky once in a while.

Welcomed to Sesame Street by Jim Henson, Caroll thrived under a mentorship that led to a decades-long great friendship. Caroll’s unparalleled career saw Big Bird visit China with Bob Hope, dance with the Rockettes, be celebrated with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame and a U.S. postage stamp, and named a “Living Legend” by the Library of Congress. A favorite highlight for Caroll was conducting symphony orchestras and performing with them across the United States, Australia, and China, allowing him to personally connect with families everywhere through the music of Sesame Street. Caroll Spinney gave something truly special to the world. With deepest admiration, Sesame Workshop is proud to carry his memory – and his beloved characters – into the future. Our hearts go out to Caroll’s beloved wife, Debra, and all of his children and grandchildren.

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Sesame Street co-founder Joan Ganz Cooney said of her longtime colleague and friend, “Caroll Spinney’s contributions to Sesame Street are countless. He not only gave us Big Bird and Oscar the Grouch, he gave so much of himself as well. We at Sesame Workshop mourn his passing and feel an immense gratitude for all he has given to Sesame Street and to children around the world.”

Share your thoughts on the passing of Caroll Spinney and his tremendous contribution for bringing to life for children young and old, Big Bird, and Oscar the Crouch and more.

But first, watch Barbara Walters present Spinney with the Daytime Emmy Lifetime Achievement Award at the 33rd annual Daytime Emmy Awards.

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Noted Soap Opera Producer Lisa de Cazotte Has Died; Daytime Community Mourns Her Passing

Sad news to report on Sunday as the soap opera community and its fans learn of the passing of Daytime Emmy-winning and noted soap opera producer, Lisa de Cazotte,

Lisa passed away yesterday on Saturday December 7th after a long illness at the age of 58,   From early in her career her love of the soaps and passion for it were evident.  She began right out of college as an intern on ABC’s One Life to Live, where she worked her way up to Coordinating Producer.

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Next, Lisa eventually became the Supervising Producer of NBC’s one and only Santa Barbara.  She spent time also on All My Children, before heading back to NBC and Sunset Beach where she assumed the role of Supervising Producer there.

However, it was in 1999 where de Cazotte became the  Executive Producer of Passions, which she helmed and remained till the end of its run in 2008.  It was a show that she loved so much.  She continued her career in the soaps in 2012 stepping into Salem and Days of our Lives where Lisa was named Co-Executive Producer of the series winning two Daytime Emmy Awards. for her efforts.

Sadly, now her final gig began in 2017, when she became Supervising Producer of The Young and the Restless and won her third Emmy in the process this past year.  De Cazotte was said to still be producing Y&R at the time of her passing. She is survived by her husband, Antoine de Cazotte, and her beloved brothers: Michael Patrick Smith, Robert Terence Smith, and Brian Charles Smith.

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On social media over the last several hours, many actors, and colleagues have shared their sorrow and remembrances of Lisa.  Here are just a sampling:

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Jason Thompson (Billy,, Y&R): We lost a member of the family last night, one of our producers, Lisa De Cazotte. I first worked with Lisa when she produced the 2nd season of “Night Shift”. Years later and currently on @YandR_CBS  She was kind and smart. Our thoughts are with her family.”

Eric Martsolf (Brady, DAYS): The kindness and opportunity this woman furnished me was immeasurable. We have lost one of the hardest working and graceful producers in our genre. I will miss you terribly, Lisa. #RIP”

Michelle Stafford (Phyllis, Y&R) “Sometimes you recognize those women who are part of “the tribe”. Whether you know them for 20 years or 20 minutes… they are still part of your tribe. Lucky for me. Godspeed beautiful Lisa”

Angelica Rosas McDaniel (Ex-CBS Daytime Exec) “Last night we lost a light in this world with the passing of Lisa De Cazotte. Lisa was smart, strong, kind, vibrant, an incredible friend and an Emmy winning producer on many beloved shows. I was blessed to know her. Sending love to her family and friends.”

Michael Logan (Former TV Guide Columnist): “RIP Lisa de Cazotte, one of the truly great soap producers. A real nose-to-the-grindstone talent, she never wanted personal glory choosing instead to do the work, quietly and fabulously. Her partnership with James E. Reilly on #Passions was epic.”

McKenzie Westmore (Ex-Sheridan Crane, Passions):  “Heart broken at the passing of my Passions EP Lisa!!”

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Sara Bibel (Writer, Y&R): “Lisa was a wonderful producer, a joy to work with, and knew everything about daytime. She will be missed by everyone at Y&R. RIP”

Michael Fairman TV will continue to update this section of the post as more remembrances are posted over the next 24 hours.

Share your condolences and thoughts on the passing of Lisa de Cazotte in the comment section below.

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