-In Vogue’s April issue, Selena Gomez talks about being famous, her 5-days-a-week therapy regime, giving up Instagram and flying under the radar. The story is ok (though it leans heavily into positioning her as fragile) but I swear, I don’t even recognize her in some of these photos. Especially this one. Is that really her?! I blame the contouring makeup.
-Meanwhile, Selena says only two people in her phone contacts are famous. Let the guessing games begin!
-I like Anne Hathaway‘s new Elle cover.
–Matthew Perry told Jimmy Kimmel he beat up former classmate Justin Trudeau in the fifth grade because he was jealous that Justin was “excelling in a sport.”
–Melissa George has given an emotional interview about a violent incident with her ex and her attempts to flee him in Paris.
-Whoa. I had no idea the kid who played Ben on Friends is the same guy playing Jughead on Riverdale.
–Jennifer Garner testified on Capitol Hill about child poverty and early education.
-Speaking of famous ladies doing good, Angelina Jolie met with the Archbishop of Canterbury to talk about sexual violence, the refugee crisis and South Sudan.
-Girls’ star Alex Karpovsky doubts Ray and Shoshanna will get back together at the end of the series. THEN WHAT’S THE POINT?!
-The final four SNL eps of the season will be broadcast live across all four time zones in the US for the first time in history.
-Who has the worst American accent on TV? There are a lot of contenders.
-These are some good suggestions for This Is Us’ next season.
–Roseanne’s up for a Roseanne reunion, which Norm MacDonald wants to write. I want this.
–Samantha Bee wishes everyone in the “resistance” would actually, you know, go vote.