-Jesus, this Rob Kardashian vs Blac Chyna social media fight is messy. Getting cheated on (allegedly) doesn’t justify him posting her nudes illegally. Revenge porn is a criminal activity. She has since accused him of domestic violence.
–Taylor Swift’s 4th of July party was a no-go. These guys showed up instead. At least the teens waiting outside her home left with consolation guitar picks.
–Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner spent the 4th of July together with their kids.
-Like a boss, Kelly Clarkson shut down an Internet troll who told her she’s “fat.”
-I am LOVING Kristen Stewart’s look at the Chanel show.
-The Will & Grace gang dance it out in latest promo for the revival.
-Wait, Zendaya is barely in the new Spider-Man? Well, poo.
-This is an interesting read about Hollywood power players getting candid about Trump.
-Hawaii Five-0’s Daniel Dae Kim wrote a lengthy Facebook post about leaving the show after being unable to come to a contract agreement with CBS. If Scott Caan and Alex O’Loughlin (who both reportedly make about 10 to 15 percent more, and also earn percentage points on the show’s back end) had pushed for pay equality, I wonder if the outcome would be different?
–Scarlett Johansson and Colin Jost are still a thing. I don’t get it.
-I really like this essay on how TV criticism has changed because even critics can’t keep up with all the new shows.
-A fired editor who worked for Vogue for 25 years gave a dishy interview and the fashion world is shook. Some bon mots: “The June cover with Alexa Chung in a stupid Michael Kors T-shirt is crap. He’s a big advertiser so I knew why I had to do it….The last womenswear collection at Marni was a disaster; it had terrible reviews. The show was appalling…Truth be told, I haven’t read Vogue in years.”
-I didn’t know I needed to see James Van Der Beek as Diplo, but I really, really did.