–Elizabeth Olsen is on the (unflattering) cover of Glamour UK digital, and says she has no plans to return to Instagram (“I’m never going back to social media. And it’s not even like I was bullied. [I thought] Wait, why am I even trying to create a character version of myself and put it out in the world?”), she didn’t always want to be an actor (“I thought I was going to be on Wall Street. I don’t know what I wanted, I was just good at math”), and reveals the career advice she got from her famous sisters (“The word ‘No’ specifically was something that I remember my sisters isolating and it becoming really empowering. And for women, it’s a really empowering word. People say ‘Just say no to drugs’, but truly, you can just say no whenever the hell you want! It’s really a powerful thing”).
-Ruh roh. Jennifer Lopez has been “leaning on Marc Anthony” since her split, according to People.
-The Queen reportedly Facetimed with Meghan Markle and Archie before the funeral.
-Meanwhile, The Cambridge family released a new photo of Prince Louis on his way to his first day of nursery school to mark his 3rd birthday. Such a cutie.
-The crazy thing about Oscar predictions is that I literally have no clue how most of it is going to shake out. Not to mention there’s probably never been a year where there’s been less familiarity from the general public for the nominated performances/movies.
-Despite the historically low viewership of every awards ceremony so far this year, ABC has sold out ad inventory for the Oscars.
-I really like this review of Mare of Easttown. I was worried it would be too Broadchurch-y for me to want to watch right now, but it’s not just another grim murder show.
-The popular blogger Reality Steve is creating his own drama. He’s apologized after Demi Burnett accused him of making unwanted sexual advances.
–Paris Jackson will star in the next season of American Horror Story.
-Speaking of famous offspring, Madonna‘s daughter Lourdes Leon got the Vanity Fair treatment. She’s gorgeous!
-Wow, the BBC is going to try to adapt Kate Atkinson’s Life After Life. Great book, but that’ll be a challenge.
-Speaking of adaptations, Dakota Johnson is set to star in Persuasion for Netflix and I’m here for it.
–Wanda Sykes and Kim Fields star in the upcoming Netflix series, The Upshaws.