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September 18, 2014

Jennifer Lawrence Is Now a Coldplay Fan

Jennifer Lawrence in the latest 'Be Dior' campaign
Jennifer Lawrence in the latest ‘Be Dior’ campaign. Photo: Patrick Demarchelier/Dior

Jennifer Lawrence was the guest of honor at last night’s Coldplay gig, where Chris Martin reportedly pointed and sang at her. This is really happening, people!

-Models spent Fashion Week pranking Kendall Jenner, making this the first time I’ve ever rooted for models.

Miley Cyrus‘ twerking might actually land her in jail.

Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie‘s wedding pictures didn’t boost People magazine’s sales. It’s a sad day when people care more about Lauren Conrad’s nuptials than Brangelina’s.

Iggy Azalea slammed her sleazy ex-boyfriend with a lawsuit for leaking her music.

Ben Affleck admitted to counting cards in casinos. He also says he dedicated himself to being “puffy and hungover” for his role in Gone Girl. Um, yeah. That’s my excuse to.

-Meanwhile, David Fincher says he cast Affleck because of his shit-eating grin.

Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton lip syncing “Endless Love” on Jimmy Fallon’s show is hilarious. (I’m also glad that her face seems to have calmed down after whatever f*ckery was going on at the VMAs.)

Jack White trash-talked Foo Fighters and Rolling Stone last night, but he’s already made up with Dave Grohl.

-Well, this sounds adorable: Tina Fey‘s kids had a playdate with the children of Maya Rudolph, Amy Poehler, and Rachel Dratch.

-Also, Tina talked about coming to TIFF and realizing that Canadian fans are weird.

-Break out your all-black outfit and commence mourning: Matthew McConaughey won’t be back for the Magic Mike sequel.

Ellen Pompeo posted an homage to OITNB from the Grey’s set.

Eddie Redmayne told this exact same story during the Theory of Everything premiere at TIFF, but it’s charming as hell so we’ll allow it.

-Perfect casting: Grumpy human Aubrey Plaza is set to play Grumpy Cat in a Lifetime movie.

George Clooney flew 100 cases of tequila to Italy before his wedding. I’m guessing every guest is going home with a bottle or two…

Ariana Grande continues to be a terrible human being.

-I don’t understand how Red Band Society tanked in the ratings, while Mysteries of Laura did really well. Meanwhile, Linda Holmes from NPR wrote a theme song for MoL that’s hilarious. (Copmom/Momcop is such a better name for that show.)

-Have you watched the new Veronica Mars webseries yet? I agree with EW: it’s more for those who love VM stars, not VM.

Jimmy Kimmel recut the Mockingjay trailer into a comedy.

SJP followed up the high of yesterday’s amazing cape with the low of a fannypack.

Kevin Hart and Josh Gad competed in an epic dance-off on Ellen‘s show today.

-Here’s the trailer for Jessica Chastain‘s latest film, A Most Violent Year. I watched it twice now and I still have no idea what it’s about.

-Speaking of trailers, here’s one for Jason Reitman‘s Men, Women & Children. I saw this at TIFF and really, really didn’t like it.