While discussing the Oscars, 'Clueless' actress Stacey Dash said Black History Month shouldn't exist.

While discussing the Oscars, 'Clueless' actress Stacey Dash said Black History Month shouldn't exist.
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Stacey Dash played Dionne in Clueless, but these days she's better recognized as that actress who was in Clueless and says questionable things on Fox News. Dash's most recent claims were regards to the heated topic of the very white Oscar nominations. Take a deep breath before watching, because it's a mess.

Between Dash and interviewer Steve Doocy, there's enough absurd Fox News fodder to feast on for days.

Stacey's comments that "if we don't want segregation, then we need to get rid of channels like BET" and that "there shouldn't be a Black History Month" because there's no White History Month have baffled a number of people. 

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"The good news is there's attention brought to it now," Dash says about the lack of diversity in the Oscars nominations, shortly after calling the backlash against them "ludicrous." In between all that, Dash responded to the notion that the upper echelon of Hollywood is as white as a snow-covered mountain by saying, "That's not necessarily true, and if it is it needs to change." Given her all-over-the-place statements, there is a chance Dash has little to no idea what she's talking about. 

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