Stacey Dash

Oscars 2016: Stacey Dash explains her stage appearance

The first big Oscar shocker of the night: Stacey Dash’s appearance.

The Clueless star turned political pundit appeared after host Chris Rock introduced her as the new director of “the Academy’s Minority Outreach Program.”

“I cannot wait to help my people out. Happy Black History Month!” she said, before waving to the crowd.

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Gabrielle Union: 'Who's Stacey Dash?'

“Who’s Stacey Dash?”

That’s the question actress Gabrielle Union asked an Associated Press reporter this week, following the Sundance Film Festival premiere of The Birth of a Nation, in which Union has a supporting role.

“Is she like related to Dame Dash? Was she on Roc-A-Fella?” Union joked. “I heard of a crazy lady once, but I don’t know what her name is.”

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Casting Net: Amy Smart co-headlines indie Sister Cities

  • Amy Smart is the latest to join Sister Cities. Sean Hanish’s film details four sisters who come back together after the supposed suicide of their mother. Jacki Weaver, Alfred Molina, Troian Bellisario, Stana Katic, Jess Weixler, and Michelle Trachtenberg are also in the movie. Filming began last week in Los Angeles.
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Clueless star Stacey Dash on gender pay gap: 'I feel like it's an excuse'

Things got a little heated between Stacey Dash and Meredith Vieira when the Clueless actress stopped by The Meredith Vieira Show and shared her opinions about gender wage inequality. Dash took issue with a recent video featuring Rita Wilson that highlighted women’s struggle for equal pay in Hollywood, Washington and Fortune 500 companies.

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On the Books: Clueless star Stacey Dash signs book deal

Clueless star and Fox News contributor Stacey Dash announced Friday that she has signed a book deal with Regnery Publishing. Dash “came out” as a conservative via Twitter in 2012, which received criticism and backlash, but ultimately sparked the idea for her new book. Titled There Goes My Social Life, the book will share of her rough South Bronx upbringing and “tumultuous” career in Hollywood to exemplify her opinions on the importance of education, family and personal responsibility. The book is set to be released this summer.

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