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October 6, 2015

Rihanna Talks Chris Brown, Rachel Dolezal in Vanity Fair


-Why is Rihanna calling Rachel Dolezal “a bit of a hero” in her Vanity Fair cover story? The better part is when she opens up about her feelings for Chris BrownI don’t hate the way she balances not wanting to discuss it with the knowledge that “it’s not a subject to sweep under the rug, so I can’t just dismiss it like it wasn’t anything, or I don’t take it seriously.”

-Not only was Nicole Kidman reportedly not invited to her daughter’s wedding, apparently she didn’t even know about it.

-So which studio mogul do you think Ashley Judd just accused of sexual harassment? Is it who we think it is?

Jennifer Aniston shills for Emirates Airlines in this terrible new overseas ad.

-Sisters who plan a heist at the MET Gala? Yeah, I’m gonna watch the crap out of this movie.

Jimmy Fallon shoved Shaq and Hugh Jackman into phone booths with Alex Trebek and the Property Brothers. Hilarity ensued.

James Franco had a bar mitzvah at age 37 because James Franco.

-Much like everyone else who’s had sex with Tori Spelling, Jason Priestly doesn’t want to talk about it.

-Yay! The audience at the world premiere of the X Files’ season premiere seemed to love it.

-Watch it, Cate Blanchett. Your old is showing.

-I don’t know what’s funnier: that Stephenie Meyer is releasing a gender-swapped Twilight — or if it includes grammatical corrections. (Pffft, who am I kidding? It’s definitely the latter.)

Emma Watson‘s new BF is scruffy cute.

Rooney Mara‘s giant understatement on the Tiger Lily casting controversy: It wasn’t great.

-Man, there is some awesomely subtle shade in this interview with the guy who casts CW shows. I especially loved the Gossip Girl section.

James Corden got John Stamos and Julianne Moore to star in a soap opera using Taylor Swift lyrics.

-I love that Tom Hanks‘ hobby is using Twitter to return lost wallets and IDs.

Victoria Beckham is defending her marriage amid split rumors by saying “David and I have nothing to prove.”

-Every TV critic I follow on Twitter is raving about the first few episodes of Fargo’s second season. Here’s the latest trailer.