-In her new Elle cover story, Miley Cyrus explains why she won’t do any more red carpets: “I had to do the [A Very Murray Christmas] premiere, and I will never do a red carpet again. Why, when people are starving, am I on a carpet that’s red? Because I’m ‘important’? Because I’m ‘famous’? That’s not how I roll. It’s like a skit—it’s like Zoolander.” That all sounds well and good, but as George Stephanopoulos pointed out on GMA this morning, how is appearing on a magazine much different than walking a carpet?
–Gwen Stefani is bringing back her problematic Harajuku girls in an animated series for Nickelodeon.
–Miles Teller sounds like he’s in the dark on the possibility of Divergent becoming a TV movie. “I’ve learned everything I know from the trades.”
-Huh. So Vulture quoted me in an article about Tom Ford (and possibly read to him what I said about his movie?). That’s not weird at all.
–Amanda Seyfried is engaged to Thomas Sadoski. Blind item readers everywhere are raising a glass…
-I don’t watch the Great British Bakeoff but I have friends who are obsessed with it. Too bad it sounds like the show is falling apart behind the scenes.
-Not surprisingly, Naya Rivera doesn’t have a lot of nice things to say about Lea Michele in her new book.
–Meg Ryan, James Corden, and Adam Scott acted out Beyonce lyrics last night.
-The new Westworld trailer is super creepy.
-Nice! Donald Glover’s Atlanta premiere had the best ratings of any basic cable comedy in three years.
–Samantha Bee continues to kill it.
–Director X confirmed Rihanna & Drake’s relationship. It was nice of him to not go, “well duh!” though.
-For some reason, Bradley Cooper decided to talk to Michelle Obama about his junk.
-This Adrian Grenier interview is beyond ridiculous. I love it.
-I probably wasn’t supposed to snicker through the entire Fifty Shades Darker trailer, right?