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Sara Bareilles Passes Out Pie at the Tony Awards as Kevin Spacey Pitches a 'Usual Suspects' Musical

11 June 2017 8:35 PM, PDT | Entertainment Tonight | See recent Entertainment Tonight news »

Let them eat...pie!

Sara Bareilles had her own viral moment at the 2017 Tony Awards on Sunday.

Dressed in a blue waitress outfit, the 37-year-old singer passed out pie to the audience as host Kevin Spacey was talking on stage.

Related: Exclusive: Kevin Spacey Jokes He's Drinking 'Heavily' Before Star-Studded Tony Awards Opening Number

"What's going on down there?" Spacey asked.

"Oh just, every awards show passes out snacks," Bareilles replied.

"Sara, no," the House of Cards actor said. "Tony nominees do not pass out pie. It's just not done."

The singer laughed and added, "They do when they're promoting their musical, Waitress, at the Brooks Atkinson Theatre!"

"No, no, no, Sara, I'm sorry. We're not doing the whole awards show food thing. It's been done to death," Spacey quipped.

More: 2017 Tony Awards: The Complete Winners List

They were then interrupted by a fellow from the Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Broadway show who proceeded to hand »

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Sara Bareilles Passes Out Pie at the Tony Awards as Kevin Spacey Pitches a 'Usual Suspects' Musical

11 June 2017 8:35 PM, PDT | Entertainment Tonight | See recent Entertainment Tonight news »

Let them eat...pie!

Sara Bareilles had her own viral moment at the 2017 Tony Awards on Sunday.

Dressed in a blue waitress outfit, the 37-year-old singer passed out pie to the audience as host Kevin Spacey was talking on stage.

Related: Exclusive: Kevin Spacey Jokes He's Drinking 'Heavily' Before Star-Studded Tony Awards Opening Number

"What's going on down there?" Spacey asked.

"Oh just, every awards show passes out snacks," Bareilles replied.

"Sara, no," the House of Cards actor said. "Tony nominees do not pass out pie. It's just not done."

The singer laughed and added, "They do when they're promoting their musical, Waitress, at the Brooks Atkinson Theatre!"

"No, no, no, Sara, I'm sorry. We're not doing the whole awards show food thing. It's been done to death," Spacey quipped.

More: 2017 Tony Awards: The Complete Winners List

They were then interrupted by a fellow from the Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Broadway show who proceeded to hand »

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Chazz Palminteri Joins CBS’ Comedy Pilot ‘Distefano’

21 February 2017 3:44 PM, PST | Deadline TV | See recent Deadline TV news »

Chazz Palminteri has booked a series regular role opposite Chris Distefano and Annie Potts in Distefano, CBS' comedy pilot from How I Met Your Mother creators Carter Bays & Craig Thomas and Sony TV. Inspired by the comedy of Distefano, the project centers on Izzy (Diane Guerrero) and Chris, two 20-somethings raising their newborn daughter and merging their meddling families – one Colombian American, one Italian. Palminteri will play Tony, Chris’ (Distefano) dad, a… »

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Stephen Colbert Remakes 'The Usual Suspects' With Trump and Putin

15 February 2017 5:45 PM, PST | The Hollywood Reporter - TV News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - TV News news »

Who is Keyser Soze?

This time around, it's The Late Show's Stephen Colbert. The host has created his own version of the '90s film The Usual Suspects, now focused on the mystery of President Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin, and the real nature of their relationship. 

In his "remake," Colbert stars as Kevin Spacey's character, reimagining the final interrogation scene of the original film when he is questioned by Chazz Palminteri's police officer character.

But when he insists that Colbert must "know something," the late-night host simply agrees.

"Yes! I do know something! And I'm telling you everything, you're just not »

- Jennifer Konerman

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Robert De Niro Feels The Donald Trump Inauguration Boycotts Are Warranted

17 January 2017 10:10 AM, PST | ET Canada | See recent ET Canada news »

During his appearance on “Today” on Tuesday, Robert De Niro spoke out against U.S. President-elect Donald Trump and believes everyone needs to stand up for what they believe in. Related: Garth Brooks Can’t Perform At Donald Trump’s Inauguration Due To Tour Commitments De Niro was joined by Jerry Zaks, Chazz Palminteri and Tommy Mottola to promote […] »

- Jordan Appugliesi

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