–Jennifer Lawrence is at her most Jennifer Lawrence-y in this MTV video, in which she stuffs 10 marshmallows into her mouth and admits she’s “peed in some sinks.”
–Demi Lovato‘s spontaneous, make-up free photo shoot for Vanity Fair is stunning.
-Poor Keira Knightley. Some crazy person interrupted her Broadway debut.
-Does Jake Gyllenhaal realize that he’s never been more charming than in his appearance on the Mystery Show podcast? Is that why he revisited the podcast’s investigation into his height on Conan? Whatever the reason, I approve!
-Did Sandra Bullock adopt a baby girl?
–Raven-Symone’s time so far on The View hasn’t exactly been stellar, but her schooling of Rick Santorum on marriage equality was boss.
-Scandal may not be worth watching anymore, but I will continue to read the crap out of Joshua Malina and Scott Foley‘s weekly recap blog. (“Scott, I like the sweater you’re wearing.” “We’re not writing this in the same room. You can’t see me.”)
-Dammit, Xander! Get it together!
–Steve McQueen’s story about Michael Fassbender eye-screwing women on the street is the best part of this profile (and that’s saying a lot, seeing as James McAvoy is also quoted).
-Can someone please explain to me what happened at the end of this week’s You’re The Worst? ‘Cause I’m confused.
–Daniel Craig is ready for action in the final trailer for Spectre. Is it weird that I have zero interest in this?
–Ryan Adams might be the surprise guest at Taylor Swift‘s Toronto show tonight, according to rumours. In COMPLETELY unrelated news, does anyone remember this blind?
-Welp. Sleepy Hollow returned to its lowest ratings yet last night (going up against Scandal didn’t help). I watched the season premiere and they’re certainly attempting to right the ship, but not enough for me to jump back on.
-In happier ratings news, Quantico is even more of a hit when you factor in delayed viewing.
-Let’s all watch the first trailer for Nicholas Sparks The Choice and place bets on who’s gonna die.