Demi Lovato Poses Topless, Talks End of Friendship with Selena Gomez


-I kind of wish Complex didn’t go with the topless photo of Demi Lovato on their cover (especially because that inside photo of her holding a knife is so dope). In the interview, she talks about why Selena Gomez is no longer part of her squad, and how she was the one who pursued Wilmer Valderrama.

Kate Winslet talks about dealing with two divorces while in the public eye. Spoiler alert: it sucked.

-Oof. Meryl Streep is the latest actress to pull the “I’m a humanist, not a feminst” crap. This one really hurts, guys.

Amanda Seyfried and Justin Long are dunzo after two years of dating. But on the plus side, she’s lined up a new TV gig.

Blake Lively is shutting down Preserve, and her statement about it is everything we could have hoped for. “It’s very exciting and it’s also incredibly scary. I never thought I would have the bravery to actually do that, to take the site dark…” Guys, this is so exciting! I’m being so, so brave to fail like this!

-Glee’s Naya Rivera just welcomed her first child.

Trevor Noah’s Lena Dunham impression is pretty on point.

Emily Blunt doesn’t really want to talk about being cheated on by Michael Buble, mm-kay?

-Is it weird that I’m now intrigued by Fox’s Grease Live now that Carly Rae Jepsen and the awesome BFF from You’re The Worst have joined the cast.

Matt Damon appeared on Ellen and clarified his Guardian comments, and he made it worse. “I was just trying to say actors are more effective when they’re a mystery…it’s stupid. It’s painful when things get said that you don’t believe.” Jesus F. Christ, do they pull people aside during acting school and surgically remove the phrase “I’m sorry” from their vocabulary and replace it with “I didn’t mean to offend anyone”?? ‘Cause who you are as a person and your hurt feelings aren’t the goddamn point. The point is that you’ve played gay characters before, and I’m pretty confident no one in the industry questioned whether the audience would believe you as a straight man. Of course they didn’t, because audiences are smarter than that. I love the Bourne movies, but that doesn’t mean I need to believe you could kill a man with a rolled up magazine in real life. IT’S ACTING. We get it. But if you’re going to parrot some old school ingrained industry stupidity, you better come at us with something more articulate than a standard celebrity non-apology.

-On the plus side, this skit where he relives his big roles with James Corden is cute, so that’s something I guess?

-In other late night cuteness, Rob Lowe, Kat Dennings and Beth Behrs play Password with Fallon, while Julianne Moore plays Box of Lies.

-Meanwhile, I actually kind of liked Rob Lowe’s new comedy. Didn’t see that one coming.

-The Serial podcast (which I love) is about to become a TV show (which sounds like something I won’t love).

-Well crap, now I really want to see Emma Stone as a superhero.

Viola Davis talks about preparing her Emmy speech, and I love her.

-Here’s the trailer for Meadowland, starring Olivia Wilde and Elizabeth Moss.

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