Leonardo DiCaprio Hosts Rihanna’s Birthday Bash

Riri’s day

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-It’s still happening. Leonardo DiCaprio reportedly threw Rihanna a birthday party.  Wake me up when this whole thing goes away.

-Whenever a celebrity gets another celebrity’s name tattooed on their body, an angel loses its wings.

-It’s kind of a cliche at this point to complain about the Oscars telecast being too long/boring, but I really liked this Grantland plea for the show to be less afraid of chaos.

Jimmy Kimmel‘s annual post-Oscars show pulled in some heavy-hitters, including Eddie Redmayne, Mila Kunis and Jennifer Aniston. The highlight, though, was when he caught people bullshitting about what Oscar films they’ve seen.

-In case you missed the Oscars pre-show, Dakota Johnson and Melanie Griffith had the most cringe-worthy, uncomfortable interview every recorded.

-Yes, Patricia Arquette undercut her amazing Oscar acceptance speech with some clumsily worded sentiments backstage, but the backlash she’s getting is bullsh*t. She’s since taken to Twitter to clarify her remarks.

-I prefer Lupita Nyong’o‘s and Emma Stone‘s Vanity Fair party dresses to their Oscar gowns.

-Speaking of Oscar parties, Aaron Paul did his photo-bombing thing again.

-So Chris Pine and Zoë Kravitz are really a thing, huh? I dig it.

-In other new couple news, Josh Hutcherson and Dianna Agron reportedly looked cozy at a pre-Oscars party.

Aziz Ansari wrote a wonderful tribute to comedian Harris Wittels.

-Meanwhile, if you only have time to read one Parks and Recreation retrospective before tomorrow night’s series finale, I recommend Alan Sepinwall’s piece on how the goodness of Leslie Knope led to the greatness of the show.

-Well lookie, lookie: The Duff exceeded box office expectations this weekend. I’m waiting a week until my BFF is back in town to go see it and it’s SO HARD. I deserve a cake or something…

-I’m still not sold on Supergirl’s lead, but all of the other casting announcements have been on point. The latest: Calista Flockhart has signed on as the evil boss of Supergirl’s alter-ego.

-Arcade Fire’s Will Butler wants to write a song a day based on news headlines. Oh goodie.

-In other music news, Death Cab For Cutie debuted a new song. Somewhere out there, Seth Cohen is crying tears of joy.

-The trailer for the final season of Mad Men is kind of perfection.



Jen McDonnell is an entertainment freelancer and social media specialist. She put her celeb stalking skills to good use as managing editor of www.dose.ca. 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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