-Whoop, there it is. Us Weekly has the first photo of Katie Holmes and Jamie Foxx looking cozy. Isn’t he tight with Tom Cruise? This won’t be awkward at all…
-Allow Katie to distract you from the photo with this blurry clip of her “dancing.” Look! Shiny!
-Um, I don’t want to alarm you guys but the Lip Sync Battle show actually looks good? The clip of Anna Kendrick and Jennifer Lopez teaming up on “Booty” is amazing, and I’ll never not want to watch John Krasinski sing-emoting.
-Meanwhile, Anna and Taran Killam gushed about their love of the Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt theme song on Twitter.
–Gwyneth Paltrow is “incredibly close to the common woman,” says Gwyneth Paltrow. Sigh. It’s like shooting fish in a barrel at this point…
–Jon Cryer talks about Charlie Sheen’s infamous meltdown in this excerpt from his new book.
-As I mentioned last week, there was bound to be more to the Kathy Griffin/Fashion Police story than first appeared. And here it is: she was reportedly on the cusp of being fired.
–Jessica Alba is trying to keep other businesses from using “Honest” in their title. Screw you, tiny candlemaker!
–Kevin Hart called Justin Bieber‘s roast “a little rough” on last night’s Kimmel. “There were moments where I was like, ‘Justin is going to cry in the car. There’s no way he’s not going to cry.'”
-Meanwhile, Justin showed up to support Madonna during her appearance on Ellen…for some reason. (I do like that Madge immediately starts mocking his outfit.)
-A South Park oral history? Sure. (Fun fact: three people in the focus group cried while watching the pilot because they were so offended.)
-It’s baby number five for Jude Law, who just welcomed a girl with his ex.
–Miles Teller is super ripped now. It’s disconcerting.
–Casey Wilson just killed our Happy Endings reunion dreams, which is a total punch in the dick.
-Yikes. It sounds like the SXSW screening of Will Ferrell and Kevin Hart‘s new movie didn’t go great.
-Considering the source is Star magazine I’m not going to get to excited, but I could totally ship Taylor Schilling and Carrie Brownstein.
-I’m surprised that Sleepy Hollow managed to nab a renewal, but cautiously optimistic. The last two episodes felt like the producers hitting a giant reset button and hand-waving away everything that came before it this season.
-Rejoice! Oscar Isaac‘s beard is back in the new Ex Machina trailer.
-The most impressive thing about the Pixel movie trailer is watching them destroy Toronto’s University Ave, which is probably not supposed to be the main takeaway.