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Olivia stopped by The Ellen Show on March 9, 2016 and talked about her son Otis’s intense love for the “Formation” singer. She revealed it all started when the two were on an airplane and all she had to distract her son with were Beyoncé music videos. Let’s just say, he quickly became engrossed.

“From that point on, he called her Beyoncé boobies,” she admitted, adding that Otis’s upcoming second birthday party will be a “Beyoncé listen party & appreciation dance-off.”

Olivia Wilde, and Beyoncé’s Boobies [Video]

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Olivia attended the launch of a new music video she directed for Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros called No Love Like Yours on March 9, 2016 in Los Angeles, California. You can check out the awesome video here! Today it’s Olivia’s birthday! We wish her all the happiness and all the best in the whole world! Happy Birthday Olivia!

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Olivia and Jason Sudeikis were seen taking a walk through the streets on March 8, 2016 in New York City. Check out the high quality photos we added in the Gallery! They both look great! Enjoy!

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Olivia and Jason attended the 2016 Atlantic Theater Company Actors’ Choice Gala at The Pierre Hotel on March 7, 2016 in New York City. We added photos of her arriving as well. She looked really beautiful!

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We added HD screens from last night’s episode of HBO’s Vinyl entitled The Racket. We also added a high quality still from the episode. Olivia did an amazing job, can’t wait for next week! Check out the screencaps in the Gallery!

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Olivia was seen going for a walk through the streets in the East Village on March 3, 2016 in New York City. Check out the high quality photos we added in the Gallery! She looks really beautiful!

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Olivia Wilde has returned to TV for her first series since House in HBO’s recently-debuted Vinyl. Wilde plays Devon Finestra, who we first meet in the 1970s, alongside her record producer Richie husband, (Bobby Cannavale), in a music industry-centric series from the impressive trio of Boardwalk Empire creator Terence Winter and his fellow executive producers Martin Scorsese and Mick Jagger.

I spoke to Wilde about Vinyl and Devon’s intriguing backstory and history — both with and without Bobby — and how there is much more to the role than it may seem at a glance.

IGN: When you’re first introduced in the pilot, it’s in a very domestic situation, and I’ll admit, my first thought was, “I hope she’s not just playing ‘the wife.’” But what stood out to me was the moment when he mentions being at this club and you casually go, ‘Oh are they still selling sex there?” She’s clearly knowledgeable about his world.

Wilde: It’s interesting that you picked that up because that was something Bobby and I really loved about that scene. It established that these two are best friends. She’s supportive. He’s honest with her about everything. The only line she has that he’s not allowed to cross is sobriety. That’s why that scene at the end [of the pilot] is so destructive, because there’s one thing she asks. And you find out later in the season why they both had to become sober and why it’s an important decision and why he’s clearly disturbed past the point of self-recognition. He is now in a dark place that has caused him to forget this agreement and decide, as she says, that they’re not worth it any more. But I love that scene and I love that specific line. It says so much about their relationship. And going forward, as Devon and Richie go through this intense change and everything falls apart, you see that connection is something that can’t be dismantled. The respect and love they have for each other, that connection, that friendship is something real and stable that can never go away.

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