-I’m impressed that Taylor Swift actually allowed a journalist to interview her for her new EW cover (a rare occurrence in Hollywood these days). She wears buttons that represent everything she’s loving pop culture-wise these days, including Killing Eve, Fleabag, King Princess and Sally Rooney. (Someone’s gonna have to explain the appeal of Rooney’s Normal People to me. Folks are losing it over that book, which I thought was ok.)
-I’m with Swift when it comes to Fleabag. I recently binged the second season in a weekend, and it was definitely the best thing I’ve watched so far this year. The glowing reviews the final season (which arrives on Amazon Prime May 17) is getting are on point.
–Swift’s single “Me!” came in second place on the Billboard charts, which is kind of shocking.
-Pose star Indya Moore opens up about their harrowing childhood in the new issue of Elle. They entered the foster system at 14 and was sex trafficked at age 16 to obtain hormone replacement therapy: “I didn’t understand what sex trafficking was at the time. The language I knew was that they were, basically, my pimps. I was just a kid.”
-All the sighs. CBS just renewed Bull despite those sexual allegations against Michael Weatherly that resulted in a payoff to Eliza Dushku. In (presumably) related news, Steven Spielberg has quit as exec producer.
–Keanu Reeves doesn’t seem happy that his taxi ride with fellow stranded airport passengers went viral. As he (awkwardly) said, “Someone being spying.”
-Kimmy Schmidt is coming back to Netflix for an interactive movie. As much as I liked that show I … don’t want this?
–Tom Holland and the cast of Spider-Man: Far From Home surprised guests at Disneyland, and it was all very cute.
-Congrats to Hilary Duff, who just got engaged.
-People think that little Prince George accidentally revealed Archie’s name back in January.
–Seth Rogen just won Twitter.
-Sorry ladies, but it looks like Michael B Jordan is dating model Cindy Bruna.
-Whelp. I will not be watching It: Chapter Two because I’m a wimp and this trailer alone did me in.