— Mariah Carey (@MariahCarey) June 26, 2016
-Welp! Mariah Carey and her billionaire fiancé James Packer reportedly broke up. TMZ says it happened in Greece last month after he allegedly did “something really bad” involving her assistant. Whatever it was, a source tells People they may still reconcile.
-In much happier news (for me), Mariah is coming to Toronto next week to unveil The Bay’s holiday window. I’m so going.
–Anna Kendrick’s reaction to Martha Stewart admitting she’s sexted is the best. Between this and her recent reaction to Robbie Williams’s handjob story on Graham Norton, I just want her to co-couch every interview.
–Ewan McGregor, Niall Horan, James Corden and Isla Fisher take turns choosing between answering very personal questions or eating stomach-churning foods. My biggest takeaway from this is that Isla Fisher is Australian!
–Hayley Atwell‘s ability to talk with her mouth closed is next level. If her new show was just an hour of this, I’d like it much better.
-Ben Affleck urges his fellow New Englanders to vote in his most Boston accent ever. He looks rough in this, but damn if I’m not still charmed.
-Following that well-received election short, NBC is now eyeing a Will & Grace revival. Hmmm. As much as I enjoyed that show when it was on, it hasn’t aged well. The concept feels so dated now, no? Also, wouldn’t the flash forwards in the finale muck up a revival?
–Uma Thurman‘s ex is asking a judge to prohibit her from taking their 4-year-old daughter to Europe while she shoots a movie. He sounds swell!
-Raven-Symone is leaving The View (not surprising) for a That’s So Raven spinoff (ok, I didn’t see that one coming).
–Elijah Wood is sick of getting mistaken for Daniel Radcliffe. “I don’t want to fight this guy!”
-Does James Franco winking at you make you want to vote for Hillary Clinton? He certainly hopes so.
–Taylor Swift managed to avoid Katy Perry and John Mayer at Drake‘s b-day party by never leaving her table.
–Donald Glover‘s mom warned him not to mess up Lando for her. His mom is all of us.
–Steven Yeun‘s new Entertainment Weekly cover marks the first time an Asian male has had an EW solo cover. I mean, his character had to die first, but still.
–Amy Hill (who is one of those character actors you’ve seen in a million things but can never remember what), just gave a very dishy interview about her past gigs and slammed Mike Myers for being a diva on the Cat in the Hat set. (“There was a guy who held his chocolates in a little Tupperware. Whenever he needed chocolate, he’d come running over and give him a chocolate.”) She also has not great things to say about Téa Leoni.
–Kristen Stewart and St. Vincent made their first public appearance as a couple, and Katy Perry and Emma Stone got to awkwardly come along for the ride.
-Early reviews for Doctor Strange are overwhelmingly positive. So why can’t I muster any enthusiasm about seeing this one?
-Ugh. Fox is reportedly eyeing a “more traditional” episode order for the next season of The X Files. They couldn’t even make six episodes into a cohesive season; how is adding more going to fix that?
-At an event last night, John Oliver slammed Donald Trump for his poor understanding of female anatomy.
-I love and adore James McAvoy, but not enough to watch another M. Night Shyamalan movie. I’ll just watch Starter for 10 for the 30th time instead…