Recently, a video of the "Sherlock" star repeatedly failing at saying the word in a 2009 documentary went viral. The actor was then confronted about it while appearing on "The Graham Norton Show."
Though reliving the experience may have caused the actor's face to become slightly closer in color to Norton's set, the good news is he was finally given a chance at redemption.
H/T Tastefully Offensive
On Thursday, Wilson posted on his Facebook that he was aware of the concerns of Lepore's casting and that his company behind the series, SoulPancake, was evaluating their decision.
On Friday, however, Wilson announced that Lepore would no longer be involved in "Hollywood and Vine." Wilson said the decision to part ways with Lepore was a mutual one and was "the best decision for everyone involved."
Lepore has yet to make a statement about the news, but he did tweet a photo of himself covered in raffle tickets Friday night. HuffPost Entertainment emailed Lepore to see if he had any further comment; this post will be updated if and when he responds.
For more, head to Deadline.com.
Abbi Crutchfield killed two birds with one stone this week when she bought a pumpkin to celebrate Halloween: "Carrying a pumpkin home from the grocery store counts as exercise during the fall." Seasonal enthusiasm and cardiovascular exercise? This woman is a hero.
For more great tweets from women, scroll through the list below. Then visit our Funniest Tweets From Women page for our past collections.
Gather my strength..— Harmony (@HarmonyRambles) October 18, 2014
Hoard a bunch of Hershey miniatures...
Just got "hollered at" while wearing basketball shorts and an oversized, soiled R.E.M. shirt. Still got it*!!!— Megan Beth Koester (@bornferal) October 21, 2014
* It = Two X chromosomes
Just finished the laundry with no missing socks.— Mmmkay? (@missekay) October 18, 2014
*adds magician to resume*
One thing Instagram does instantly is reveal who is living on a trust fund— Mindy Kaling (@mindykaling) October 21, 2014
"The best part of waking up is Folgers in my cup" -- saddest person alive— Maggie Mull (@IAmMaggieMull) October 21, 2014
Whenever my haters are gettin me down I imagine a wet puppy singing "Shake It Off"— Sara Schaefer (@saraschaefer1) October 19, 2014
T-swift posted a 'gram of a $4 cookie in her Welcome to New York series and yeah, that seems about right, economically— Rachel Syme (@rachsyme) October 21, 2014
I'm more surprised that the road to hell is paved— christine teigen (@chrissyteigen) October 19, 2014
Salesgirl: Purse shopping, ma'am?— Jedi Cheesy Grits (@JediGigi) October 23, 2014
Me: Yes can I see that one?
*hands me purse*
Me: This'll fit 8-9 cans of Spaghettios easy. I'll take 2.
The biggest appeal of social media is that it limits actual human interaction.....— Not your dream girl (@nettie0918) October 23, 2014
I promote that.
Can someone please make pumpkin spice Vodka? I'm not feeling white girl enough— L O R I (@LoriLuvsShoes) October 22, 2014
No matter when I hear "Timber" I always assume that I'm drunk— Carly Ledbetter (@ledbettercarly) October 20, 2014
Honey, don't get too excited. Alcohol makes me double take everything these days.— Sophia (@StupidSophia_) October 22, 2014
Thank you to my friends who don't judge me when I stand on chairs to take aerial food shots for Instagram.— Miranda Feneberger (@mirandafen) October 23, 2014
the fact that i'm legally an adult is hilarious— Lane Moore (@hellolanemoore) October 23, 2014
Keep calm and no.— amelia (@notbedelia) October 22, 2014
Whenever I feel down I think about how many women must be devastated there's no yoga matt emoji & I feel a lot better.— Alley Cat (@deardilettante) October 23, 2014
i'm awake! please respect my privacy during this very difficult time— lauren ashley bishop (@sbellelauren) October 23, 2014
Carrying a pumpkin home from the grocery store counts as exercise during the fall.— Abbi Crutchfield (@curlycomedy) October 21, 2014
I'm sorry I dug through your scarf display like a squirrel.— Elizabeth Hackett (@LizHackett) October 21, 2014
Forgive and forget?— Goddess of Mischief (@ShanaRose21) October 23, 2014
Nah. Let's go with resent and remember.
Relationship Status:— Ginger (@GingerJ17) October 19, 2014
Short-term hook up with this box of Pirate peanut butter cookies.
"99 bottles of beer of the wall, 99 bottles of beer. Take one down, pass it around, you fucking weirdos don't know how to drink beer."— Liana Maeby (@lianamaeby) October 22, 2014
I don't run from my problems. I sit on my couch, play on my phone, & ignore them like all the other adults.— ChaoticPerfection (@DaNaLa13) October 22, 2014
Not having to change the channel between a new episode of Jeopardy! and a new episode of Grey's Anatomy makes me feel super homely.— Natalie Sayth (@natsayth) October 23, 2014
I don't need a husband I just need someone to come over and make me coffee in the morning and then leave.— Jen Doll (@thisisjendoll) October 24, 2014
"It is with great sadness that we, Jack’s family, announce the passing of our beloved Jack: husband, father, granddad, and all round legend. The world of music will be a poorer place without him, but he lives on in his music and forever in our hearts," the Bruce family wrote.
A rep for Bruce confirmed to TMZ that he died from liver disease.
An acclaimed bass player for Cream, Bruce also sang lead vocals on Cream songs like "Sunshine of Your Love" and "White Room." The group, whose members also included Eric Clapton and Ginger Baker, were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1993.
Conan O’Brien Made A Sexist Joke About 77-Year-Old Madeleine Albright, But She Shut Him Down In The Best Way
A New York Times reporter spent the evening with the star and creator of "The Mindy Project" as she attended the New Yorker Festival earlier this month. While Kaling was greeted by fans asking for autographs and photos earlier in the night, once she arrived at the after-party at the Top of the Standard, one man confused Kaling for someone else.
“Congratulations on your Nobel Prize,” the man said to Kaling, according to the Times. He thought she was Malala Yousafzai, the 17-year-old Pakistani activist for female education and the youngest winner of the Nobel Peace Prize. Yousafzai had been announced as the co-recipient of the prize the night before the party, on Oct. 10.
According to the Times, the man commented on how well Kaling had recovered from her gunshot wounds from the Taliban in 2012. “Did he really think I’m Malala?” Kaling said to the Times reporter. "And that if I were, I’d be at the Boom Boom Room?"
The Malala connections didn't stop there though. New York Magazine was also at the event and asked attendees what they were doing at 17, since Yousafzai won the Nobel prize at that age. "I was, like, stressing out about getting into college, like a nerd," Kaling said to the magazine.
So yes, Kaling and Yousafzai are clearly very different people.
For more, head to The New York Times.