— E! News (@enews) February 12, 2019
–Ellen Pompeo dancing to Ariana Grande on the Grey’s Anatomy set is the cutest thing you’ll see today.
-During a pop-up show last night in New York City, Aziz Ansari finally addressed that Babe.net article, and he said all the things he should have said when he first resurfaced, including “It made me think about a lot, and I hope I’ve become a better person…If that has made not just me but other guys think about this, and just be more thoughtful and aware and willing to go that extra mile, and make sure someone else is comfortable in that moment, that’s a good thing.”
–Drake asked the mayor to change the colour of the CN Tower lights to celebrate his Grammy win — so he did.
–Brie Larson is doing her part to make sure the Captain Marvel press days are as inclusive as possible: “I started paying attention to what my press days looked like and the critics reviewing movies, and noticed it appeared to be overwhelmingly white male.” Not all superheroes wear capes — but this one does!
-Also, this video of her pushing a 5000lb Jeep makes me love her even more.
–Michelle Rodriguez apologized for that weird comment about how Liam Neeson can’t be racist because he passionately kissed Viola Davis in Widows.
-Do you think this is just really bad timing on Ellen’s part, or has she stepped in it again?
–George Clooney joked about being the godfather to Meghan and Harry’s baby and now that’s all I want.
-Oh god, now Frasier may be coming back.
-I somehow missed Lady Gaga shading Ryan Seacrest’s interview skills on the Grammys red carpet, but it was glorious.
-This sneak peek at Catastrophe’s final season is so good. “Medically, you’re saying if you took a normal-sized mannequin and filled it with meatballs and margarine, that’d be me?”
–Liam Hemsworth couldn’t make it to the premiere of his new movie Isn’t It Romantic because he was briefly hospitalized over the weekend, but new wife Miley Cyrus had his back.
-HBO is still trying to make The Confederate happen. Good lord.
–Joanna Lumley’s opening was reportedly so poorly received that BAFTA edited out all of the jokes that didn’t land with viewers when uploading the monologue to its YouTube page.
–Danny Boyle‘s new Beatles movie Yesterday has a sci-fi twist as an ordinary dude becomes a pop star.
-The new trailer for Aidy Brant’s Hulu show Shrill looks great.
-Speaking of new Hulu shows, everyone’s trying to get out of WWII in the first trailer for Catch-22, Hulu’s limited series starring George Clooney and Kyle Chandler.