–Rita Ora gets married with the help of Lindsay Lohan, Chelsea Handler, Kristen Stewart and Sharon Stone in the video for her new single, “You Only Love Me.” All she’s missing is the groom.
-Speaking of marriage and Rita Ora, she confirmed that she and Taika Waititi are indeed married, saying on a breakfast show, “You know, here we are. Everything happens for a reason, people. I am officially off the market.”
-This feels like a crazy over-reaction on ABC’s part: T.J. Holmes and Amy Robach are departing Good Morning America in the wake of their workplace romance making headlines and prompting a network investigation.
–Channing Tatum says he’ll eventually tell his daughter he worked as a stripper. “When she’s old enough to watch them, we’ll have that conversation. There’s no version of me not having the conversation of ‘Dad didn’t just do them in movies, I was an actual stripper,’ so I’m not gonna lie to her.”
–Phoebe Waller-Bridge‘s next project for Amazon is a TV adaptation of Tomb Raider. Here for it.
–Jimmy Kimmel celebrated 20 years of bumping Matt Damon.
–Billy Porter helped Andie MacDowell set up her Raya dating profile on The Late Late Show.
–Harry Styles suffered a wardrobe malfunction in front of his celebrity crush Jennifer Aniston while performing at his concert on Thursday evening.
-The director of the Harry & Meghan doc says she saw firsthand the mind games the palace was playing with the couple. “For instance, Buckingham Palace said that we didn’t reach out for comment [on the docuseries] when we did. They did that to discredit us…and by discrediting us, they can discredit the content of the show…We lived through some of those moments that were a little bit like Alice Through the Looking Glass.”
–Julia Fox stepped in it when she didn’t realize that “mascara” is a code word for sexual assault on TikTok.
-There’s a lot of new stuff streaming this weekend: JLo‘s Shotgun Wedding on Amazon Prime, Jonah Hill and Eddie Murphy‘s You People on Netflix, Harrison Ford and Jason Segel‘s new show Shrinking on AppleTV, and Natasha Lyonne and Rian Johnson‘s new show Poker Face on Crave+.
-Speaking of busy pop culture weeks, cancel your plans for the last weekend of March. It’s when we get the return of both Succession and Yellowjackets, as well as the new John Wick movie and Florence Pugh‘s A Good Person.
-This is so bad for the Oscars: the Last of Us finale will be airing the same night.
-Speaking of the Oscars, the Academy is conducting a review of the awards’ rules for online campaigning after Andrea Riseborough scored a surprise nomination following a grassroots social media blitz. I’m so conflicted by this; on one hand it’s amazing that she was able to get recognition in a way that didn’t involve the traditional FYC studio spend, but on the other hand it highlighted how the entire awards ecosystem is failing Black women.
-Let us all enter into this weekend with the same verve as Anne Hathway dancing at Sundance.
–David Harbour, Anthony Mackie and Jennifer Coolidge star in the trailer for Netflix’s We Have a Ghost.