— British Vogue (@BritishVogue) December 7, 2015
–Gillian Anderson is stunning in Vogue UK. Seriously though, is she aging backwards?
-Speaking of UK mags, I love love love Lupita Nyong’o‘s Elle UK cover.
–Kim Kardashian and Kanye West’s newborn son is named Saint. (No pressure, kid!) At least it wasn’t another direction, although this means their children’s initials are now SW and NW.
–Taylor Swift‘s squad just got blonder. Blake Lively is now an official member.
–Jared Leto doesn’t like Taylor Swift’s 1989 album and said “I don’t give a f*ck about her.” I’m sure she’s absolutely crushed.
–Brie Larson dislikes the term “It Girl” because she’s a magical unicorn sent to save us from Hollywood stupidity.
–Selena Gomez was spotted kissing a One Directioner while celebrating Jenna Dewan-Tatum’s birthday. Why were either of those two kids invited to a 35-year-old’s birthday party anyway?
–Channing Tatum says he and Joe Manganiello recreated the Magic Mike dance at Joe’s wedding reception and I’m gonna need to see some video of that STAT.
–Amber Heard could face 10 years in prison for smuggling dogs into Australia.
-I aspire to Ivana Trump‘s level of restaurant snobbery. “What do you want me to do? Just stand outside??”
–Kate Hudson’s line of workout wear is a success — and the New York Times is scandalized.
-Could Joy be the movie that *finally* convinces Jennifer Lawrence to break up with David O. Russell? The review embargo lifted today and critics are out for blood, as evidenced here here here here here and here, which got me like:
-The Spice Girls reunited for a Tesco holiday ad, and it’s adorable.
-I’ve learned to avoid TV post-mortem interviews with showrunners because they tend to include lots of lectures about how the audience was *suppose* to interpret scenes (looking at you, Matthew Weiner!), but this interview with Damon Lindelof following The Leftovers’ near-perfect season finale avoids that completely.
-This is so great: Mattel released a limited edition Barbie based on Ava DuVernay and it sold out in one hour.
-If, like me, the Hamilton soundtrack is clutching your soul and refuses to let go, this is a long but great read about the play.
–Helen Mirren and Aaron Paul team up in the new trailer for Eye In the Sky.