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February 17, 2017

Mariah Carey Felt “Victimized” By NYE Performance

Mariah Carey talked about the NYE incident in an interview with the AP: “It’s like I’m the only one who has to make 5 million comebacks…For me, there’s different rules. I don’t know why it’s not OK that I was just like victimized and vilified by the situation.”

George Clooney (whose “friends” are all teasing him about being an “old dad”) is reportedly expecting a boy and a girl with Amal.

Beyonce released some photos of her at Solange‘s Grammys after-party. I remain in awe of her cleavage.

-So the Logan review embargo was lifted at 4:30 pm today — which I know because suddenly my Twitter TL was filled with glowing, gushing reviews.

-I guess Robert Pattinson and FKA twigs are still a thing.

Lin-Manuel Miranda says he’s getting tips about his British accent from Meryl Streep. I love his life.

Nelly Furtado wrote a great op-ed about how singing “O Canada” at last year’s NBA All-Star Game led to an unexpected lesson about xenophobia.

-I love that Full Frontal With Samantha Bee‘s ratings are soaring right night.

-The latest Leftovers teaser is intense and I can’t wait!

-The best thing about Big Little Lies, which premieres this weekend, is reportedly Reese Witherspoon and Nicole Kidman’s performances. I saw someone on Twitter call it “a prestige TV take on Revenge” so I’m down.

Jessica Biel plays an unhinged young mother in the first trailer for her new USA show The Sinner.

-This is a good look at how Matt Damon‘s The Great Wall might mark a move towards the film industry’s shifting global landscape.

Ryan Gosling, Rooney Mara and Michael Fassbender get musical in the first trailer for Terrence Malick’s Song To Song. It’ll be interesting to see if acting opposite Gosling will wring some live out of Mara in this…