Jennifer Lawrence Squashes Her “Beef” with Jimmy Fallon

Jennifer Lawrence was adorable on Fallon last night, calling him out for leaving her hanging with Jennifer Lopez before playing “Box of Lies.”

-This is nuts: an unidentified man was dragged away by security after crashing the Cannes red carpet and hiding under actress America Ferrera’s dress. I love how Cate Blanchett jumped into protector/comforter mode, while Kit Harrington just stood there.

-I love Blake Lively’s hair in Cannes. At least something’s going well there. Her hubby’s attempt to mount a comeback certainly isn’t.

Anna Kendrick says she took Aubrey Plaza with her to be “bad cop” when she bought a car.

Prince Harry sent his very first tweet ever. Surprisingly, it wasn’t to weigh in on Jay Z and Solange‘s elevator fight.

Helena Bonham Carter says she once drunkenly asked Prince William to be her child’s godfather. “He wisely said no.”

Tom Hardy is going to star in Kathryn Bigelow’s adaptation of True American. I’m anticipating a lot of drinking while yelling out the names of presidents.

-I don’t watch Grey’s Anatomy anymore, but the general consensus is that Sandra Oh deserved a better sendoff.

-Scandal’s Columbus Short pleaded not guilty to the felony charge from his alleged restaurant brawl. What a charmer.

-The guy from Chuck and Sesame Street want you to get off Facebook and go outside.

-Is Ashley Benson even old enough to remember Baywatch?!

Kanye West says Kim Kardashian is his muse: “I consult her on elegance and what I wear.”

-Meanwhile, despite all those rumours about Paris and Versailles, Kimye are actually getting married in Florence.

-I’m glad AMC picked up Chris Hardwick‘s celebrity bowling show. The YouTube videos with the casts of Mad Men and Breaking Bad are hilarious.

Barbara Walters‘ last day on The View featured surprise visits from Hillary Clinton and Oprah.

-The first cast photo for This Is Where I Leave You makes me want to re-read the book immediately

-Even though they made him a star, Viggo Mortenson is quick to criticize the “senseless” scripts for End of Violence and The Lord of the Rings.

Jon Hamm and Naomi Watts posed in dramatic photos for Bulgari’s Save the Children campaign.

-Speaking of Hamm, I really liked Million Dollar Arm. It’s schmaltzy and predictable but sweet. Critics are more into Godzilla this weekend, though.

Johnny Depp as a balding man with blond hair is terrifying (more so that usual).

-Matthew McConaughey takes The McConaissance to space in the trailer for Christopher Nolan’s shrouded-in-secrecy new movie, Interstellar.


Jen McDonnell is an entertainment freelancer and social media specialist. She put her celeb stalking skills to good use as managing editor of Likes: pop culture, celebrity dirt, guilty pleasure TV, George Clooney, cheese. Dislikes: people who use 'begs the question' incorrectly. Follow Jen on Twitter @jen_mcdonnell. Follow Jen

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