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May 3, 2018

Rihanna Talks About Her Relationship with Drake In Vogue


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-The Ocean’s 8 cast continues to dominate magazine covers. Today, it’s Rihanna‘s turn. She hooked the big one: Vogue. She talked about turning 30 (“Okay, so now that I’m 30, are there things I’m supposed to do? Should I be worried? Should I be freezing my eggs? What do you do at 30?!”) and her status with Drake (“We don’t have a friendship now, but we’re not enemies either. It is what it is”).

-In less happy Vogue news, Gigi Hadid is being accused of blackface for her Vogue Italia cover. She has since apologized.

-There’s a new show on Netflix that is a post-apocalyptic teen jam that seems like a CW show, but it’s Danish? Sign me up!

Celine Dion dances with Ryan Reynolds’ Deadpool in the new “Ashes” music video and it might be the best thing this country has ever produced!

-Jezebel continues to endorse Chris Pine for the top Chris of the famous Chrises and I wholeheartedly approve.

Zoe Saldana delivered a heartfelt and emotional speech as she got her star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, which Mila Kunis attended.

-During a game of ‘never have I ever’ on Ellen, Justin Timberlake revealed that he had (okay, hadn’t not) hooked up with a Spice Girl. Looks like it was Emma.

-Avengers: Infinity War has now topped $850M at the global box office as it speeds towards a $1B record. This is nuts.

Catherine Zeta-Jones will star in Facebook Watch’s new series Queen America.

-In other big names coming to streaming, Jay Z is set to produce new 6-part docu-series about Meek Mill’s legal issues for Amazon.

-Congrats to 90210 star Shanae Grimes, who’s expecting her first kidlet.

Christina Aguilera dropped her new music video for Accelerate, her first single in 6 years.

-I love this look Keri Russell’s tremendous performance in The Americans. She’s always good, but this final season is next level.

-Here’s the first trailer for The Yellow Birds starring Alden Ehrenreich, Tye Sheridan and Jennifer Aniston.

-This trailer for Robin Hood movie seems to be a ripoff of CW’s Arrow.  Sorry Taron Egerton, but you’re no Stephen Amell.