–Alison Brie looks fantastic on the cover of Wired, doing her best Don Draper impression. (Also, if you’re a TV geek like me you’ll want to check out their feature story on how Twitter and sex have ushered in a golden age of TV.)
–Stephen Colbert’s sister just won the South Carolina Democratic primary — and he says he’ll do whatever he can to support her, even if that means breaking character (or, as he calls it, “the jewel of my own creation”).
–John Mayer and Katy Perry broke up. Again.
-If you can get passed the first eye-roll-inducing paragraph, Eddie Redmayne‘s interview in W is pretty great. I still can’t really view him as a heartthrob, but that’s mostly because I was traumatized by his creepy role in Hick.
–Lindsay Lohan is clutching her pearls in shock and indignation that anyone would even dare to suggest she was out clubbing hours before her rehab sentence!
-Meanwhile, her latest mug shot (her sixth!) isn’t so bad. Relatively speaking.
–Melissa McCarthy went on Sesame Street to teach kids the word “choreographer” — and a new dance move that will hopefully overtake the Harlem Shake.
–Joshua Jackson was looking adorably scruffy at The Host premiere, where he came out to support Diane Kruger.
-At this point, Jay Leno is basically daring NBC to fire him. So…he should keep it up.
-Maybe he read this NYT article, which says a plan is in place to bring The Tonight Show back to New York — with Jimmy Fallon as its host.
–Drew Barrymore is hosting a weekly how-to makeup series and I’m kind of embarrassed for her.
-Speaking of TV, is anyone else pleasantly surprised by how awesomely New Girl is handling the Nick/Jess relationship?
-This clip from Tina Fey‘s episode of Inside the Actor’s Studio shows off her killer Lorne Michaels impression.
-In Snoop‘s new song, Drake dedicates his verse to the victims of July’s Danzig St. shooting.
-Actresses who pose for Esquire might want to rethink that. The UK editor just said that the women they feature are “ornamental,” adding “I could lie to you if you want and say we are interested in their brains as well. We are not. They are objectified.” (And ladies, I think he’s single!)
-Watching Harrison Ford squirm his way through this interview made me glad I don’t cover red carpets any more. Shouldn’t he have figured out how to handle these by now?
-Why is Lea Michele wearing her boyfriend’s name around her neck and thinking that’s ok?
–Selena Gomez and Jimmy Fallon performed “Mario Kart Love Song” last night.
-It looks like Justin Timberlake might abandon his fashion label.
-Meanwhile, JT‘s new video for ‘Mirrors’ (which I actually really like) is a tribute to his grandparents’ 63-year marriage.