–Pink is really saving this week for us. First she scaled a building during the AMAs, and now she’s dropped a hilarious music video starring Channing Tatum.
-Congrats to Gwyneth Paltrow, who is engaged to Brad Falchuk after more than three years of dating. Cue a million “conscious coupling” headlines…
-Fork ya! The Good Place has been renewed for season 3. This season has been on fire.
–Chrissy Teigen and John Legend announced they are expecting their second child in a very cute way.
-A few weeks ago, Melissa Schuman from pop group Dream wrote that Nick Carter sexually assaulted her when she was 18 years old.
-This is very sweet: Spin posted Greta Gerwin’s letters to Justin Timberlake, Alanis Morissette, and Dave Matthews asking for music rights for Lady Bird.
-Also, I liked this article on Lady Bird. It’s definitely one of my fave movies of the year, and that piece does a good job of capturing why.
-And the walls keep tumbling down: Pixar/Disney exec John Lasseter announced he is taking a leave of absence just as The Hollywood Reporter was preparing a story detailing his alleged misconduct. Among the tidbits, Rashida Jones is credited as a writer on the next Toy Story, but she actually left the project early on after he made an unwanted advance.
-No. Mel Gibson DOES NOT get to make statements about holding men accountable. Just…no.
-36 women who worked with Al Franken on SNL have signed a letter of support. Jesus Christ. How hard is it to grasp that just because he acted one way with you doesn’t preclude him from acting differently with others?
-Congrats to True Blood star Rutina Wesley, who announced her engagement to her girlfriend on Instagram.
–Kim Kardashian has fired her friend and longtime assistant Stephanie Shepherd. According to Us Weekly, their relationhip soured after Shepherd overshared in a Refinery 29 profile earlier this year.
–Martin Freeman‘s Everett K. Ross has words of advice for Chadwick Boseman‘s T’Challa in the new Black Panther trailer.