Stage Crasher Says He Doesn't Regret Interrupting People's Choice Awards
There were some big winners at the People's Choice Awards but it is the drama everyone is talking about.
The young man who burst onto stage at the People’s Choice Awards says he has no regrets.
Zacari Nicasio, 20, grabbed the mic as Sara Gilbert of The Talk was giving the acceptance speech for Favorite Daytime TV Hosting Team on Wednesday night.
He shouted: “My name is Zacari Nicasio. Shout out to Kevin Gates, he has an album. Yeezy just jumped over the jumpman, yes sir. You ain’t gonna pull no Steve Harvey up in here.”
But before he could say another word, Sharon Osbourne stepped in and kicked him off stage.
When asked if he had any regrets, Nicasio told INSIDE EDITION simply: “No.”
And when asked if he understood why The Talk hosts could have been frightened or offended, he again said: “No.”
Nicasio was spotted on the red carpet before the show. The 20-year-old is an avid skateboarder and aspiring musician who reportedly also crashed Kris Jenner’s 60th birthday party last year.
He was briefly handcuffed by the LAPD but released without being charged.
He told The Hollywood Reporter he did it "to tell everybody who I was."
But Sharon Osbourne wasn’t impressed.
She told INSIDE EDITION before a taping of The Talk on Thursday: “Not on our time. He chose the wrong time to do it.”
Her co-host, Julie Chen, added: “He chose the wrong women to do it to.”
There was more drama at the show when Dakota Johnson had a near disastrous wardrobe malfunction as she accepted the award for the steamy hit Fifty Shades of Grey.
Her dress began to come undone and she made light of the situation, saying: “Well, it's not like nobody here hasn't already seen my boobs.”
Sandra Bullock, who won for Favorite Movie Actress, touched everyone with an adorable story about her five-year-old son Louis, who wondered what he should say if he might get a People's Choice Award.
“I said you'll have to thank everyone. What would you say?,” she told the crowd. She added that Louis said he would thank “the world and the planet.”
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