-It’s a big week for Priyanka Chopra. Not only is she getting married in two days, but she also landed on the new cover of Vogue (marking the first Indian woman to be on Vogue America’s cover). In the joint interview with Nick Jonas, she talks about how their first date was “too respectful” (“We hung out for a couple of hours. He patted my back before he left”) and talks about letting the public in on relationship details (“I’ve had that rule my whole life: Never publicly acknowledge a relationship. Ever. What is happening? I’ve not known myself like this. This guy turned me into such a girl! If I could blush, I’d be tomato red right now”).
–Priyanka and Nick‘s wedding guest list reportedly includes Armie Hammer, Lupita Nyong’o, and Dwayne “the Rock” Johnson.
-EW released their Entertainers of the Year covers, which included covers featuring the Crazy Rich Asians and Black Panther ladies, as well as Cardi B and Darren Criss. They also released video interviews with some of their entertainers. Great job, Baranski!
–Rachel McAdams has stayed pretty mum about her new baby, but in a new interview with the Sunday Times she confirmed that she had a baby boy back in April: “I’m having more fun being a mom than I’ve ever had. Everything about it is interesting and exciting and inspiring to me. Even the tough days, there’s something delightful about them.”
-In a new interview, Kate Beckinsale says she is open to the idea of more kids: “I definitely would [consider more children], but then I think, Oh God, I annihilated my 20s and I suddenly get a taste of freedom and annihilate myself again? But I am open to seeing what happens.”
-In more baby talk, Hailey Baldwin graces Vogue Arabia’s two December covers, and talks about wanting kids with hubby Justin Bieber. “I love kids and I can’t wait to have my own.I would say now that’s a closer reality.”
-Jesus H Murphy, did People really just run a sympathetic feature on Matt Lauer and how he’s coping with the fallout of his sexual harassment allegations. How HE’S coping?!?
-This is a great reminder from GQ that bad men don’t need a comeback.
-A woman who attended one of Aziz Ansari‘s recent shows in Toronto (there were two because the first show sold out, smh) described a conflicted audience.
-This is a great, great thread by Mo Ryan about all the #MeToo fallout at CBS over the last year — and how little action has been taken.
-And here I thought peak TV was a problem — now we have peak movies. The first wave of awards gave top prizes to The Rider and First Reformed (starring Ethan Hawke): two Oscar contenders I’ve never even heard of.
-Do you think Mariah Carey’s kids will one day view “All I Want for Christmas” the same way Hugh Grant’s character in About a Boy views his dad’s holiday jingle?
–Hugh Grant recalls all the horrible things he’s done onscreen to frequent costar Ben Whishaw:”I want him dead…I put him in prison. I tried to kill him on a train. I seduced him, and tried to have him murdered. He’s been very nice about it.”
–Protect Mr. Feeny at all costs.
–Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth lost their home to a California wildfire, but they’ve still donated $500,000 as they set their sights on rebuilding not just their house, but also their community.
-Here’s the latest trailer for Runaways season 2.
-This Luther trailer is everything! The serial killer looks impressively creepy, and I actually squealed at the blink-and-you’ll-miss-it glimpse of Ruth Wilson‘s Alice at the end.