-Watching George Clooney sing “Hollaback Girl” fulfilled a hole I didn’t even know was in my life.
–Britney Spears wrote a sweet open letter to her sons, calling them her “masterpieces.”
-Meanwhile, this NYT article on Britney’s ongoing conservatorship and how it shapes her life gives me heart pains.
-Speaking of heartbreaking NYT articles, this one describes how Prince’s friends organized an intervention and treatment plan — but the person sent to treat him arrived just hours too late and was among those who found his body.
-Meanwhile, Arsenio Hall just sued Sinead O’Connor for $5M over her claim that he provided Prince with drugs.
-This EW profile on Colton Haynes is very sweet . I had no idea his anxiety issues were so bad. Dude’s only 27 and already has an ulcer. No wonder he keeps walking away from hit shows.
–Kristen Stewart and girlfriend Soko have reportedly split. I’m 99.9% positive this news has nothing to do with the fact KStew and RPattz were both at the MET Gala, but Twitter is already melting under the weight of fangirl flails.
–Channing Tatum continues to win at husbanding.
-To get renewed, Supergirl might slash its budget and move to the CW. Yeah, that’s not the solution. Just fix the damn show instead. Cutting its budget and moving networks without addressing its fundamental issues is pointless. And it’s not like the CW is some sort of superhero show whisperer. Just look at Legends of Tomorrow.
–Brie Larson and Kenan Thompson are confused by sushi in their SNL promos.
–Best article of the day: How to Help Your Friend Who Recently Discovered The Americans.
–Aaron Paul stole Gus Fring’s head prop from the Breaking Bad set. Aaron Paul is all of us.
-This is a great look at Kerry Washington‘s flawless PR game.
-Here’s our first look at the new Power Rangers reboot costumes. High heeled boots and exaggerated breast plates for the girls? Don’t they know that boob plate armor can straight up kill you?
-A video of a dad reading a book during Beyonce’s concert is making the internet insane(r).
-Dammit, Ryan Murphy‘s new show actually sounds fascinating. Starring Jessica Lange and Susan Sarandon, and produced by Brad Pitt, it’s an anthology series called Feud and the first season will look at the legendary fight between Bette Davis and Joan Crawford.
-Meanwhile, we just found out about the show but EW has already posted 9 showdowns Ryan Murphy should tackle next.
-Smart move by upping the Amell levels in your trailers, TMNT 2.