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90-DAY FIANCE’S LARISSA DOS SANTOS LIMA PLEADS FOR MONEY: Amid her split from Colt Johnson, Larissa Dos Santos Lima took to Instagram to ask fans for help. Lima was released from the Clark County Detention Center after being arrested on charges of domestic battery over the weekend; after her arrest, Johnson filed for divorce. On Sunday, Lima told her followers on Instagram that a GoFundMe page she had originally set up and had been taken down and reported. She continued, asking for new donations to hire lawyers because she can’t legally work in the U.S. "It's important to me. The immigration attorney, the divorce attorney and the criminal attorney. The kind of attorney I have to talk to about my case," she said on Instagram. "I not feel happy about it, I not feel proud about it, but it's something that I really need," she said, and added that "To come here to beg—it's really sad, really sad for me." Lima also accused TLC of making her say things that would make her look bad on 90-Day Fiance. "There's a lot of things you guys don't know," her friend Danielle said in the Instagram Live, alleging that the show is scripted. "The show portrayed her in a way she is not."

SAG AWARDS ACCUSES OSCARS OF INTIMIDATION: SAG-AFTRA is fighting with the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences over presenters. The actors union claims the Academy is exerting "extraordinary and unwarranted pressure" to prevent actors it has booked to present at the Oscars from doing any hand-outs at the upcoming SAG Awards. "We have received multiple reports of these activities and have experienced firsthand the Academy’s graceless pressure tactics and attempts to control the awards show talent pipeline. Awards season is a very special time when actors and actresses are being appropriately celebrated and recognized for the outstanding quality of their work. We would expect the Academy to honor these goals," SAG-AFTRA said in a statement. The SAG Awards go down January 27th. Which show are you more likely to tune into?

KATE BECKINSALE FIRES BACK AT TROLL: Kate Beckinsale clapped back at an Instagram user who asked her if her friend Stephen Simbari was her son. The pair watched the L.A. Lakers play the Cleveland Cavaliers at the Staples Center in L.A., and when she posted a shot a user suggested she could be Simbari’s mother. Beckinsale replied, "he is my son yes. I kept him in the cellar for 29 years but now I feel I should take him out on jaunts."

NICOLE KIDMAN ‘MORTIFIED’BY RAMI MALEK SNUB: Whoops! Nicole Kidman says she was "mortified"when she unwittingly snubbed Rami Malek onstage at the Golden Globes. As many will recall, Malek appeared to try to get her attention multiple times, but the 51-year-old appeared to spurn his attempts. "We're really good friends! I just did not feel his hand on my back," Kidman, 51, told Entertainment Tonight."I love that man. He's so gentle and softly spoken. He's a darling. He sent me an email about the incident. I sent him an email... we were laughing, actually." Have you ever accidentally snubbed a good friend?

JAMES MCAVOY TO HOST SNL: Saturday Night Live has revealed its second 44 host of the year. James McAvoy, who stars in M. Night Shyamalan’s latest Glass, will host January 26th, where he’ll be joined by Meek Mill. This weekend, Rachel Brosnahan is hosting with Greta Van Fleet as musical guest. McAvoy and Brosnahan are both SNL first-time hosts. Which show will you be more excited to see?

CHARLIE SHEEN OPENS UP ABOUT HIV DIAGNOSIS: Charlie Sheen says he has a new outlook on life after revealing his HIV diagnosis three years ago. "I try not to think too far down the line, you know?" the Two and a Half Men alum, 53, told Us Weekly exclusively while attending the California Strong Celebrity Softball Game benefiting the Local Response Effort founded by Jared Goff, Christian Yelich and Ryan Braun in Malibu on January 13. "I made some changes to give myself a shot to do some cool things professionally. And I’m proud of finally being consistent. And reliable. And noble."