Hollywood Star Thrown F-bombs On Trump

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Theater director John Tiffany set a new standard for boyfriends everywhere when he led Tony Award winners, nominees and attendees Sunday in wishing his beau a happy birthday.

CBS censors were quick on the trigger, excising everything DeNiro said up to the point where he started basking in the audience's reaction and putting up his dukes like he was Jake LaMotta in his prime.

David Yazbek picked up Best Score for "The Band's Visit", and Katrina Lenk and Tony Shalhoub, both magnificent in the show, won Best Actress and Best Actor.

Co-hosts Josh Groban and Sara Bareilles kicked the show off with a self-parodying duet on piano for all the losers out there - including them.

Rather than showcase one of its classic romantic ballads, Carousel went with a dance-heavy number, "Blow High, Blow Low".

Kicking off the final hour of the night were the ladies of Summer: The Donna Summer Musical.

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Angels in America a sprawling two-part drama about the AIDS crisis, was named this year's Best Play Revival.

A-list talent expected to be on hand this year includes Robert De Niro, Claire Danes, Billy Joel, Carey Mulligan, Jim Parsons and Kerry Washington.

The denunciation is less of a surprise when you consider that a month before Trump was elected, De Niro made a video in which he called him a "pig" and a "bullshit artist". He then referenced last weeks U.S. Supreme Court decision which ruled in favor of a bakers right to deny a gay couple a wedding cake based on his beliefs.

The legendary actor dropped the f-bomb while introducing Bruce Springsteen, who won a special Tony for Springsteen on Broadway and performed "My Hometown" at the show honoring the best of Broadway. Though "Mean Girls" was nominated for 12 awards, the stage adapation of the Tina Fey film did not win any. "If he walked into a restaurant I was in - I'd walk out", he told the news outlet.

The "deplorables" who voted for Trump probably were not watching the Tony Awards. That primetime ceremony of a year ago also had the distinction of facing the deciding game of 2017 Stanley Cup Finals with the wining Pittsburgh Penguins Nashville Predators.

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