Robert De Niro drops F-bomb against Trump at the Tony Awards

Josh Groban Sara Bareilles

Josh Groban Sara Bareilles

Tina Fey is a superstar and she wrote a snappy, smart script for "Mean Girls", a musical based on her popular 2004 movie.

In an upset, "Once on This Island" beat out "My Fair Lady" and "Carousel" for best revival of a musical.

The 2007 film, The Band's Visit, was critically acclaimed when it was released in Israel, receiving 8 Ophir Awards, including best film, best director, best lead actor for Gabbai and best lead actress for the late Ronit Elkabetz.

"The Band's Visit", based on a tiny movie that maybe two people saw, tells the story of an Egyptian military band that, through a travel mix-up, winds up for a night in a small, dusty, forsaken village in northern Israel.

UK leader hails Ireland abortion vote result
Ireland, for centuries guided and dominated by the Catholic Church, has one of the strictest abortion bans in the developed world. In the end, 39 voted for repeal. "Shortly, legislation will be introduced that will allow babies to be killed in our country".

72nd Annual Tony Awards - Photo Room - New York, U.S., 10/06/2018 - (L-R) Colin Callender, Sonia Friedman, Jack Thorne and John Tiffany pose with their Best play award for "Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, Parts One and Two". Check out show clips from The Band's Visit below.

Bruce Springsteen was presented a special Tony Award by Billy Joel for his hugely popular show "Springsteen on Broadway, " and Springsteen later performed. The Tony Awards crowd proved a perfectly suitable liberal environment for a fresh statement, featuring for example, the outspoken anti-Trump survivors of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting in Parkland, Florida. "And they're looking at me right now and I can't believe it".

"What makes this fourth time special is that this is the first time I'll actually be on the Tony stage with my cast representing our Tony-nominated show!" To all artists out there, she said: "Just be your true self and the world will take note".

A British revival of "Angels in America", Tony Kushner's monumental, two-part drama about AIDS, life and love during the 1980s, grabbed three big awards, including best play revival and acting trophies for Andrew Garfield and Nathan Lane. Both the network and award organizers will anxiously await the ratings for the broadcast. Spacey's ceremony last year drew 6 million viewers, which represented a drop of approximately 31 percent in total viewers from the previous year.