— Jarett Wieselman (@JarettSays) May 2, 2017
-I’m here for all the stars that brought it at the MET Gala last night. Yes, a lot of the looks were crazy but that’s the whole point. This isn’t the Golden Globes; this is an evening to celebrate avant-garde designer Rei Kawakubo of Comme des Garçons and the theme was “Art Of The In-Between” so weird was good. I especially appreciated the more crazy dresses after reading this Twitter thread about the mechanics of making them. My faves were Rihanna, Blake Lively(!), and Tracee Ellis Ross. Also props to Celine Dion, who was clearly having the most fun. She pretended her shoe was a phone! God, I love her.
-Of course the Kardashian’s led the selfie rule break.
–Hailee Steinfeld is not really dating Justin Bieber, in case you were worried.
–Susan Sarandon blasted Debra Messing on WWHL for not being very informed? Sit down.
–Liam Payne named his new baby Bear Payne. But wasn’t there some big 1D conspiracy theory about a gay bear? Is this a hint? What does it all mean?!?
-Man, it’s been a rough week for diverse, inclusive, female-led dramas. First Sweet/Vicious was cancelled, and now Pitch has been pitched.
-Yay! The writers strike has been averted.
-I kept waiting for Drew Barrymore to say something dumb about wine, but she acquits herself quite well.
-A tearful Jimmy Kimmel detailed his newborn son’s open heart surgery during last night’s monologue and also slammed Trump’s health care plan, saying “No parent should ever have to decide if they can afford to save their child’s life.”
-Jesus Christ. Apparently Johnny Depp no longer memorizes his lines, he has someone feed them to him via earpiece. Seriously, what’s it going to take for everyone to stop giving that guy a pass?
–J.K. Rowling apologized for killing Snape. Uh, why? He stalked a woman who had no interest in him for years and tormented her child because it looked like the guy he lost her to. I’m glad he got a redemption arc, but that character was trash.
–The Big Sick trailer is here! This was Kumail Nanjiani‘s surprise hit of Sundance and I can’t wait to see it.