-In her Glamour UK cover story, Victoria Beckham recalls being “mentally and physically” bullied as a child. “I was never the popular girl at school and I never found anything easy and I was told ‘No’ constantly…I was bullied a lot at school, mentally and physically, and the fact that I can talk to Harper about that and how girls should be kind to girls – really I use my own experiences and share that.”
-Out magazine put Dan Levy on the cover of their fashion issue and this is a v. good choice.
–Lady Gaga just dropped a new makeup line on Amazon, and her eyeliner is already a number one best-seller.
–Kanye West confirmed that his new album, Jesus Is King, will drop next week.
-Meanwhile, Brad Pitt praised Kanye’s Sunday Service: “I think he was doing something really special there. It’s a pure celebration of life and people. It’s really delightful. It really is.”
–Mandy Moore just dropped the music video for her first new song in over a decade.
-Huh. One of the biggest TIFF deals was for Hugh Jackman’s Bad Education, which HBO bought. I thought it was just ok (though Allison Janney was predictably fabulous).
-Canadian Lilly Singh debuted her late night talk show last night — and she did great! Watch clips here.
-That fired SNL comedian might have just offered the worst non-apology in the history of Hollywood, which is really saying something.
-Much like his ex Jennifer Aniston, Justin Theroux has gotten himself a new Apple+ show.
-NBC’s upcoming streaming service is called Peacock and it will include a Saved By The Bell reboot with original stars Elizabeth Berkley and Mario Lopez reprising their roles, and a Battlestar Galactica revival, with a new take from Mr. Robot creator Sam Esmail. Parks and Rec will also move from Netflix to this new streaming service.
-Speaking of the streaming wars, Big Bang Theory has set a record-setting, eye-popping multi-BILLION-dollar streaming deal with HBO Max.
-Even Tinder is launching a streaming service? We’ve officially entered TOO MUCH TV land.
–Jake Gyllenhaal shared some delightful Spider-Man bloopers on his IG.
–Scaachi‘s excellent Buzzfeed profile of Teen Vogue writer Lauren Duca is what everyone is talking about today. It’s a roller coaster ride of an article that started being about Duca’s new book and her Twitter fame, and ended up being about how her entire NYU summer class filing a formal complaint against her. This line took my breath away: “Congratulations, you thrillingly, thrillingly adept journalist, you have discovered that Lauren Duca is not perfect. Put it in the headline, baby.”
-The new Last Christmas trailer does nothing to allay fears that Henry Golding is playing a ghost or angel.