Kumail Nanjiani Has His First Bite of Pizza in a Year

-After a year of intense training for a Marvel movie, a shaky Kumail Nanjiani was treated to his first piece of pizza and cake in a year by Jimmy Kimmel.

-In a new documentary Miss Americana, which opened the Sundance Film Festival last night, Taylor Swift drops some major revelations – including her struggle with an eating disorder.

-Meanwhile, Swift will be skipping this weekend’s Grammys.

-A royal source calls the rumours Meghan Markle is set to do an interview with Ellen DeGenerescategorically untrue.”

-Friends superfan Selena Gomez gushed over guest host Jennifer Aniston during her Ellen appearance.

-Meanwhile, Friends’ Central Perk set is still set up as a tourist destination, so Aniston used her guest hosting gig as an opportunity to scare the hell out of fans.

Noah Centineo and Jimmy Fallon played “Water War” last night, just in case the idea of a dripping wet Noah Centineo interests you.

Rosie Perez testified today in Harvey Weinstein’s sexual assault and rape trial in support of Annabella Sciorra‘s rape claim.

-Ocassionally when filming Carpool Karaoke, James Corden uses a rig instead of driving. Why are people surprised by this?

Eugene and Dan Levy love Kelly Clarkson very much. It me!

-The Good Place ends next week and my god I’m not ready.

-This is a fascinating look at the private Twitter rooms where progressive celebrities and activists such as Debra Messing, Don Cheadle, Gabrielle Union, Alyssa Milano, Jon Cryer, Sarah Silverman, and Ben Stiller gather to communicate and work in tandem to spread messages online.

Jessie Eisenberg and Imogen Poots star are trapped in a suburban nightmare in the trailer for the Vivarium.

Nicole Kidman and Hugh Grant are teaming up for the HBO miniseries The Undoing, in which Kidman’s character’s perfect life is turned upside down when her husband disappears.

Lizzo Covers Rolling Stone

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-Now this is a cover! In Lizzo‘s Rolling Stone interview, she talks about being a body-positive role model: “I’ve come to terms with body dysmorphia and evolved. The body-positive movement is doing the same thing. We’re growing together, and it’s growing pains, but I’m just glad that I’m attached to something so organic and alive.”

-In happy news, Channing Tatum and Jessie J have officially reunited.

-In unhappy news, Lena Waithe and wife Alana Mayo have split just two months after announcing their marriage — and the rumours around the breakup are messy. There’s chatter that Waithe was buying Instagram models expensive gifts, and talk that she was spotted looking cozy at the Golden Globes with Cynthia Erivo.

-Ousted Grammy CEO Deborah Dugan is not going down without a fight. She appeared on the Today Show with some explosive allegations, including vote fixing and sexual harassment. She’s also suing the Recording Academy. Did I mention the Grammys are this Sunday?

John Krasinski had a sweet Office reunion.

Tina Fey is creating a movie adaptation of her Broadway musical Mean Girls — which started as a movie to begin with.

-Ever since I saw that episode of Succession set at the Davos World Economic Forum, I’ve assumed it was a week filled with weird rich people doing weird rich people things. This video of Julianne Hough receiving an orgasmic physical therapy treatment is doing nothing to change my mind.

-Despite our wishful thinking, it doesn’t seem like there’s much going on between A$AP Rocky and Rihanna.

Brad Pitt says he can no longer remember the first rule of Fight Club — which is why he’s talking to the press about Fight Club.

Grimes has created social media accounts for her unborn baby with Elon Musk and posted a clip of a 3D baby speaking directly into the camera about a impending apocalypse. God, I’d love to see her baby shower registry.

Angelina Jolie has signed on to produce a BBC Show designed to help kids spot fake news.

-I love that Bon Appétit’s Claire Saffitz is big enough to be on Fallon!

-After leaving her nine-year relationship with Austin Butler, Vanessa Hudgens appears to be moving on with LA Laker Kyle Kuzma.

-A sequel to Marvel’s billion-dollar-grossing Captain Marvel is officially in the works, and the studio is looking for a female director.

Gwyneth Paltrow seems as embarrassed by her vagina candle as we are.

-Oh boy. Oprah‘s problematic book club pick keeps picking up steam. American Dirt is being made into a film by problematic Clint Eastwood‘s production company and written by the screenwriter of the problematic Blood Diamond.

Anne Hathaway plays a journalist in trouble in the trailer for The Last Thing He Ever Wanted, an adaptation of the Joan Didion novel.

-I was home sick today so I got to watch Noah Centineo on Kelly & Ryan this morning. Which was perfect timing because I had just watched the new trailer for PS I Still Love You eleven times in a row.  The John Ambrose casting is really good; Jordan Fisher might actually be charming enough to give Peter Kavinsky a run for his money.

Zendaya and Timothée Chalamet: New BFFs?

Zendaya and Timothée Chalamet were spotted together at a Bed, Bath & Beyond in Manhattan, but sources insist they’re just friends.

-The trailer for Taylor Swift‘s upcoming Netflix documentary has dropped and yeah, I’ll watch this.

-In her upcoming memoir, Jessica Simpson reveals that she was sexually abused as a child by the daughter of a family friend and later turned to self-medicating: “I was killing myself with all the drinking and pills.” She also says her drinking escalated during her relationship with John Mayer: “I constantly worried that I wasn’t smart enough for him. He was so clever and treated conversation like a friendly competition that he had to win…My anxiety would spike and I would pour another drink. It was the start of me relying on alcohol to mask my nerves.”

Terry Jones, a founding member of Monty Python and a beloved comedian, screenwriter, film director, poet, historian and author, has died at 77.

-A critic detailed his experience after he said that SNL was no longer funny — and Michael Che spent the next few months mocking him for it.

-This is a lovely interview with Schitt’s Creek stars Dan Levy and Annie Murphy. She talks about showing up to one of his fancy brunches with a bucket of KFC (“Not that that’s what I connect with brunch. I just thought everyone likes KFC secretly deep down”), while Levy talks about the giant billboard to promote the show in LA that features him and Noah Reid kissing (“That takes a team effort because there are not a lot of networks that would put an image of two men kissing on a two-story billboard on Sunset Boulevard. Why? For fear of retaliation from, like, One Million Moms or some dumb hate group? I can’t. We’re fearful of the wrong people, ultimately”).

-Speaking of Dan Levy, he and Mary Steenburgen were just added to the cast of a gay rom-com starring Kristen Stewart and McKenzie Davis. God, give me all of that!

-Speaking of the Schitt’s Creek cast, this moderator’s exchange with Catherine O’Hara was so very Moira-like I guffawed.

-The full name of Cameron Diaz and Benji Madden‘s baby is Raddix Chloe Wildflower Madden. Ok, then.

Kim Kardashian says she came up with the inspiration for her daughter’s name from a Jay Leno joke.

-YouTuber David Dobrik (aka the only one I only watch) went on Fallon’s show and talked about meeting Justin Bieber for the first time, and how the singer proceeded to tickle him. He also talked about how he got married to his friend’s 70-something-year-old mom just to become his friend’s stepdad.

-The photographer who grabbed that photo of Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston backstage at the SAG Awards explained how she got the shot: “I was about to leave when I saw Brad coming down the hallway and sensed that there would be a photo-worthy moment. He called out ‘Aniston!’ and she turned around and they embraced and congratulated each other.”

Gina Rodriguez, what are you doing?!? (She turned off the comments on her post, so it’s possible she was aware that this book review was all over Twitter yesterday.) And yet…

-This is quite lovely: Patrick Stewart appeared on The View today and surprised Whoopi Goldberg by inviting her to appear on his new Star Trek series.

-Speaking of Patrick Stewart, he plays a famous pianist struggling with stage fright who gets help from a music critic, played by Katie Holmes, in the trailer for Coda.