-This Michelle Williams cover is making me wanna cut off all my hair.
–Tiffany Haddish gave a 17-minute acceptance speech and it was awesome. (Here’s the full transcript.) I hope she wins everything this awards season because I need at least nine more of these pep talks.
-I really like The Fug Girls’ thread on how red carpet questions should be handled this weekend.
-In a new interview with Vulture, Diane Kruger opened up about her split from boyfriend of 10 years, Joshua Jackson. “This was a long time coming.. Also we broke up many months before we said we were broken up.”
-The Good Place returns tonight (thank gawd!) and this interview with Manny Jacinto in which he gets all flustered when asked if he’s Team Janet or Team Tahani is all kinds of sweet.
-The X Files returned last night and the gross ending made me so mad I was shaking. If you are already spoiled, I wrote about the twist and the immediate outrage on Twitter. I thought it was weird timing that Gillian Anderson announced that she’s not returning to the franchise in any form the day before the premiere, but now I get it.
-On the plus side, its ratings are way down.
-Well, I guess someone’s enjoying the storm. Ansel Elgort channeled his Baby Driver character to pull some stunts during a blizzard.
–Matt Lauer is reportedly still watching The Today Show and trying to give the producers notes. Ha ha ha!
-Good for Robbie Amell. He just landed a new Amazon pilot from The Office creator Greg Daniels.
–Cate Blanchett is a great choice to lead the next Cannes jury.
-Look at Paul Wesley subtweeting his Vampire Diaries costar Ian Somerhalder. Savage.
-Just in case you weren’t already excited about Black Panther, the soundtrack will be produced and curated by Kendrick Lamar.
-Oh goodie! Steven Seagal wrote a deranged, unintentionally hilarious, racist anti-Obama novel.
-Moonlight director Barry Jenkins watched Notting Hill over the shoulder of the woman next to him on a plane and live-tweeted it. It’s very funny.
-I wish this story about Rumer Willis setting up her mom Demi Moore with Nick Jonas was true.
-Speaking of stories I hope are true, Us Weekly says Meghan Markle wants to break from tradition and have her mom walk her down the aisle.
-The TCAs started today with HBO leading the way, where they announced that the final season won’t premiere until 2019. They also revealed the last season’s all-male writers and directors roster. So by the time it ends, it will have aired 73 episodes and employed one woman director (who helmed 4 eps).
–Jon Hamm, Catherine Keener, Amber Tamblyn and Nick Offerman star in the Nostalgia trailer.