-Yaaassss!!! Someone saw Rachel McAdams and Taylor Kitsch at brunch this weekend, and managed to snapped some creeper photos. The eyewitness says they were “canoodling” (which they defined as not kissing or holding hands, making me think they don’t actually know what that word means), but the amount of bedhead in those photos is much more convincing than any eyewitness account could ever be.
-In less happy Hollywood relationship news, Miranda Lambert and Blake Shelton just surprised everyone with a divorce bomb. Terrible, but on the plus side: just think about how good her next album is going to be.
-Taylor Swift just confirmed all our beliefs about Lady Gaga being a magical sorceress who can control the universe with a single tweet.
-Here’s Miss Piggy singing Rihanna’s “Bitch Better Have My Money,” with just filled a huge void in my life that I didn’t even know existed.
-Woody Allen says Amy Schumer is a better comic than he is. Well…yeah.
-Rookie Magazine’s latest ‘Ask a Grown Woman’ video features Carrie Brownstein and Corin Tucker, and now I just want them to life coach my universe.
-I really like The 100, but the guy who plays Wick should probably get fired for these tweets. Then again, this is a show that hired Isiah Washington, so that’s probs not gonna happen.
-Speaking of CW stars, Reign actress Caitlin Stasey wrote a blistering op-ed about having a magazine editor cancel a feature when she wouldn’t get naked for the shoot.
-In other CW news, Stephen Amell just posted this sneak peek photo from Arrow Season 4 and I take back all my shit talk re: Season 3 because now I’m dead.
–Adam Sandler calls his racist movie controversy a “just a misunderstanding,” just in case you were wondering.
-I don’t know if I’m emotionally prepared to read an oral history of Six Feet Under’s closing death montage. I’m gonna need a lot of bourbon for this one…
-CBC is streaming OITNB’s Big Boo‘s album of David Bowie jazz covers.
–Stephen Colbert appears to be having a ton of fun over his hiatus.
-More proof that Hollywood has officially run out of ideas: NBC is rebooting Xena.
-Look at how cute Leighton Meester is, all pregnant ‘n stuff.
–John Oliver killed it again this weekend, this time with a segment on food waste.
-Here’s the trailer for Chris Evans’ directorial debut Before We Go, which debuted last year at TIFF to not great reviews, but it looks charming as hell.