Robert De Niro Gets Bleeped Saying 'F*** Trump' at 2018 Tony Awards

Robert De Niro Gets Bleeped Saying 'F*** Trump' at 2018 Tony Awards

Robert De Niro Gets Bleeped Saying 'F*** Trump' at 2018 Tony Awards

The victor of the evening's first award, the Angels in America revivalstar Andrew Garfield, set the emotional tone for tonight's Tonys, offering his Best Actor in a Play win up in tribute to the LGBTQ community.

"Angels", Tony Kushner's epic about AIDS during the Reagan years, also won the Tony for Best Revival of a Play.

Andrew dedicated his award to the LGBTQ community and referenced the case of a bakery that refused to bake a cake for a gay couple. Speaking with ET about playing the role day after day at the Neil Simon Theatre, "I feel I get given a huge gift as an actor", Garfield said. The acclaimed actor took the stage at the 2018 Tony Awards where he once again blasted the commander in chief! "Neither one of us has every won anything", the duo sang cheerfully, before inviting ensemble players from every Tony-nominated musical on stage to join them for a rare moment of spotlight glory.

Glenda Jackson, whose performance in Edward Albee's "Three Tall Women" should not be missed, won the Tony for Best Actress in a Play.

The legendary actor urged the audience to vote in November and lauded Springsteen for his own political commitment before the singer sat at a piano for a moving performance based on his Springsteen on Broadway show that had him singing his classic hit, My Hometown. They turned that into a playful song.

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US Open champion Sloane Stephens cruised past Estonian Anett Kontaveit 6-0, 6-2 to book a last-eight spot for the first time. Keys also reached her first French Open semifinal by defeating unseeded Yulia Putintseva 7-6 (5), 6-4.

Best Boat Quote: "All four of tonight's best musical nominees are based on movies", said Tina Fey, "But only one of these movies paid for my boat".

In our awards-show glutted culture, there's nothing unusual about ceremonies that work tirelessly to convince us that they don't take themselves too seriously. She said she was happy to be in a production that "celebrates diversity and individuality". Onstage guests were volunteers and staffers from three organisations that bring relief to areas impacted by natural disasters.

Most Famous Goat: Once On This Island won best musical revival, meaning that its resident goat is now the most famous goat on Broadway.

Getting buzz from appearing on the telecast can dictate a show's future, both on Broadway and on tour.

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