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March 20, 2015

Ryan Reynolds & Blake Lively Confirm Daughter’s Name Is James

Blake Lively announced her first pregnancy
Blake Lively announced her first pregnancy on her website Preserve. (Photo: Preserve/Eric Lively)

Ryan Reynolds finally revealed the ridiculously hotly guarded secret name of his daughter with Blake Lively and it’s pretty damn cute. I mean, Rachel on Friends came up with it first, but still.

-Speaking of being pleasantly surprised by people I’m usually never pleasantly surprised by, GOOP just wrote about supporting something that I’m already heartily supporting which means our beliefs are aligned and I’m so confused.

Bradley Cooper and Suki Waterhouse are reportedly dunzo. Strange. You’d think a 40-year-old and a 23-year-old would be totally compatible and on the same page re: dreams and life goals.

Ansel Elgort says of Shailene Woodley, “I’ve never once wanted her sexually.” Way harsh, Tai!

Kevin Hart’s nice guy rep is no joke. He bought his ex-wife an Escalade for her birthday.

-He was also hilarious on the Daily Show this week, making Jon Stewart totally lose it with his airport bathroom story.

-During Maroon 5’s Toronto show this week, Adam Levine got angry with a broken microphone and threw it (of course he did), and it ended up hitting a concertgoer in the face. Said fan then called it the best day of her life, so clearly she suffered a serious brain injury.

-I feel really bad for that One Direction-er who quit the tour because of social media stress. Not enough to actually learn his name, but still.

Ryan Gosling is defending his woman and her silly sweatpants “joke.”

John Stamos has some important sex advice for you: stop asking for selfies.

-YASSS! I can’t wait to do this the next time some douche on the street tells me “to smile.” (But only when I’m not wearing this sweatshirt that my soon-to-be sister-in-law got me).

Bill Murray brought the weird (even more so than usual) on Kimmel last night.

-Speaking of weird, there are some really gonzo press tours happening right now (that are way more interesting than the projects that are being promoted). It’s a tie for me between Will Ferrell promoting Get Hard, and Madonna promoting her new album.

-This is a great piece on what it’s like to watch Netflix’s Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt as a Native American. That was the show’s most uncomfortable plotline to me.

-Also, Tituss Burgess doesn’t think the show has a race problem.

Justin Bieber‘s former neighbor is suing him over an alleged spitting attack and racial slurs. Geez, doesn’t this person know that Justin is in the middle of his rehabilitation tour?!

-I love this article on how Sylvan Esso is changing pop music. Theirs was hands-down my fave album of last year.

-Ohhh…the writer of THR’s Kyle Chandler cover story just posted some stuff that was left out of the article. Now I want him to make me a bacon sandwich.

-Here’s the first trailer for Infinitely Polar Bear, starring Zoe Saldana and Mark Ruffalo. I saw it at TIFF; it’s twee as hell but still charming.