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    8 Talk Show Moments From This Week That Are Too Good To Miss

    A bathroom mishap, first kisses, Avengers, and more.

    1. Brie Larson revealed that she filmed Avengers: Endgame before she even knew she was Captain Marvel.

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    On The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, Brie revealed, "We filmed Endgame before Captain Marvel. We didn't even have a script yet, really, for Captain Marvel...I flew to Atlanta to start shooting, and had no idea what I was doing. I arrived and they gave me a piece of was a full page of dialogue and action, but all of it was redacted except for my one line." Brie said that even the hair and makeup teams knew more than she did, but that they wouldn't share anything with her.

    2. Paul Rudd detailed the...very interesting way he discovered he was allergic to MSG.

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    While talking about touring for Avengers: Endgame in Hong Kong on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, Paul told the story of his first trip to the city: "The first time I did it, I fainted. I actually fainted. I had two bowls of soup and then I went to the bathroom. And as I was getting ready to go to the bathroom, I started feeling really dizzy. And I remember there was a handle and I went to reach for it, and i was like, 'Woah.' And then I just blacked out. And the next thing I knew, there was somebody banging on the door, and my right arm was completely submerged in the toilet and my left hand was around my penis...But that's how I found out I am allergic to MSG!"

    3. Bradley Cooper talked about singing with Lady Gaga at the Oscars and the potential of a live A Star Is Born concert.

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    On The Ellen DeGeneres Show, Bradley remembered his Oscars performance of "Shallow." He said, "I actually wasn't nervous, 'cause I worked so hard. I just worked really hard. And Lady Gaga's so supportive. But, it was terrifying, absolutely. 'Cause I'm not a singer, and I didn't sing before this movie. So, it was really crazy. But, it just shows you, if you do work really hard, and you're with supportive people, that you can do things you never even dreamed possible."

    He also said that, though he and Lady Gaga would never go on tour, it would be cool to "do, like, a live reading of the movie, of the script, and sing all the songs as you're reading the script...that would be cool, right?"

    4. KJ Apa talked about the death of his TV dad, Luke Perry.

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    On The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, talked about the shocking loss of his costar Luke Perry. He said, "It's not every day you come across a guy like Luke. Luke was the kind of person who did everything [he could] to make whoever you were, no matter how big or small you were, feel comfortable and feel welcome...yeah, we had a really close relationship. He would call my parents every week and keep them updated [on] how I'm doing...he made such a huge effort from the very beginning."

    5. Lizzo talked about her love of being naked and normalizing certain body types.

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    On Busy Tonight, Lizzo said, "I love being naked. I do...I want to live on a nudist colony. I mean, have you ever heard of any problems? There are still nudist colonies and you don't hear about it in the news!" She continued, "I mean, I'm trying to lessen the stigma. I think that it should be normalized, especially a bigger body. It should be normalized that I'm naked. When you're scrolling on your timeline and you see my naked ass cheeks, you should just keep on about your day or double tap. Don't be shocked by it, it's natural! You got 'em too bitch, you got butt cheeks."

    6. Pink teared up talking about the hate she gets online and how she won't be sharing photos of her kids anymore because of it.

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    On The Ellen DeGeneres Show, Pink talked about clapping back at haters on social media, saying, "I have to [go after them] sometimes...I mean, sometimes I feel like I can change their minds. Really, I'm all about injustice. I don't like injustice. And, I don't like how brave people are anonymously, and rude, and just mean, mean-spirited. And so I do, I go in."

    But after receiving backlash over a photo of her kids, where people went so far as to suggest someone reach out to Child Protective Services, Pink revealed, "I cried so hard after that because I like to share my family. It's my proudest achievement in my whole life. I'm prouder of my kids than anything I've ever done. And I won't share them anymore. I'm not posting pictures of them anymore. And I understand people saying: 'You should have been more careful because you're in the public eye,' and they're right — but there's a nice way to say that. There's a kind way to be online. And I'm open to kindness."

    7. Brie Larson and Scarlett Johansson remembered the first time they met.

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    On The Ellen DeGeneres Show, Brie Larson and Scarlett Johansson recounted their first meeting. After Brie misremembered their first encounter, Scarlett teased, "Clearly, it made an impression on me, but somebody else didn't care." Then Scarlett said that they had met on the set of Don Jon, where the two shared a few scenes together. Brie said, "I didn't think about that because I just felt like I was basically a glorified extra and you were Scarlett Johansson!"

    8. Jennifer Garner talked about being grateful.

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    On The Ellen DeGeneres Show, Jennifer Garner talked about being named People's Most Beautiful Person and telling the magazine that she was "grateful every day." She explained, "I do [think it's the most important thing] can't teach it. People say, 'You've got to teach your kids to be grateful.' I don't think you can teach kids to be grateful. I think you are grateful and they see that you see beauty, so they see beauty...I don't know. I just know that I live, more and more, every day in gratitude."