-I really like Ariana Grande. The girl’s been through a lot and always seems unfailingly sweet with a good head on her shoulders. But she *just* got out of a two-year relationship. What’s the rush, girl?
–David and Victoria Beckham showed a united front at a fashion show on Sunday amidst all those wild rumors about divorces and pregnant schoolteachers.
–Lady Gaga gave a brave, emotional speech about mental illness while presenting an award to her mother this weekend: “I can’t remain silent any longer. The passing of Kate Spade and Anthony Bourdain has made me want to speak up about my mental illness. I have been experiencing suicidal ideation and cyclical obsessive suicidal thoughts for the past four years.”
–Patton Oswalt shared Anthony Bourdain‘s brutally honest email about eating out in Paris and it’s wonderful. (I went to L’Avant Comptoire based on his Layover episode and adored it.)
-Praise be! Ocean’s 8 bumped Solo: A Star Wars Story from the top of the box office, and opened higher than any other Oceans movie.
–Rachel Bloom very politely clapped back at Neil Patrick Harris while he was tweeting during the Tony Awards.
-The theatre department at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High performed “Seasons of Love” on the Tonys last night and no YOU’RE CRYING!
-This history of Can’t Hardly Wait gives a lot of credit to the costume designers, which I love.
-Speaking of things I love, these photos from EW’s Queer As Folk reunion make my heart sing.
–Scarlett Johansson dines with Hitler in this first look at Taika Waititi’s Jojo Rabbit. “Nazi comedy” doesn’t exactly sound like my jam, but I will watch whatever this guy puts out forever.
-The next Carpool Karaoke features the cast of Tag. I kind of hate how much this made me laugh. Who knew Renner had this in him?
–Jada Pinkett Smith continues to use her Facebook show for family therapy. In her latest episode, she told daughter Willow that she had given herself “multiple orgasms” by her age. Somehow, Willow did not run screaming from the room.
–Sarah Jessica Parker just launched her own book imprint.
-I always forget that The Rock started out in the CFL.
-TBS renewed its quirky comedy People of Earth for a third season — and then changed their mind and cancelled it.
-I spent a lot of time yesterday being jealous of all the people I follow on Twitter who were attending the Felicity cast reunion at ATX. Amanda Foreman (who played Meghan) seemed to be the only one who remembered the weird time-travel plot of the last five episodes. Scott Foley didn’t even remember that his character died!
-In light of all the stuff that’s happening on Fear the Walking Dead (which I don’t watch, but the actor affected sounds devastated by it), this is a great thread on how women over 40 are still hugely underrepresented on TV, and even when they’re there, the usual TV “rules” don’t apply to them.
-This is an excellent (and scary) article on sexual misconduct at Toronto’s music venues.
-The fight spills outside the ring in the new Glow season 2 trailer.
–Ryan Gosling and La La Land’s Damien Chazelle reteam for the First Man trailer.