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July 2, 2021

Amber Heard Welcomed a Daughter

Amber Heard is a mom. She revealed she welcomed her first child, a baby girl named Oonagh Paige Heard, via surrogate in April. The actress tweeted “I hope we arrive at a point in which it’s normalized to not want a ring in order to have a crib.”

Taika Waititi seems unbothered by that viral photo of him making out with Tessa Thompson and Rita Ora. “I think in the world of the internet, everything goes away pretty quick. And also, ‘Is it that big a deal?’ No, not really. I was doing nothing wrong. It’s fine.”

Angelina Jolie was spotted hanging out with The Weeknd and now everyone thinks they’re dating.

Lisa Rinna is not loving her daughter hanging out with Scott Disick. “She’s 19, he’s 37 with three kids. Hello!”

-After recordings of the remote audio from Britney Spears’ 24-minute statement during her conservatorship hearing circulated widely online, L.A. County courts have decided to end their remote audio attendance program completely.

Iggy Azalea says she saw Jamie Spears’ “abusive” behavior towards his daughter firsthand.

-TV networks are grappling with whether or not to interview Bill Cosby. Why would they? He’s just going to deny everything and express zero remorse…again.

-Meanwhile Phylicia Rashad tried to walk back her praise of Cosby‘s release.

Tabitha Brown very sweetly told Wendy Williams to mind her own business.

Joy Behar’s reaction to Meghan McCain‘s announcement that she’s leaving The View was everything.

Machine Gun Kelly changed the name of his new movie after Mac Miller’s brother took offense.

The Bold Type’s final season was kinda meh. But at least everyone agreed that Sutton’s wedding dress was hideous.

-This is a really interesting article on the CW dramedy In the Dark (which cast a sighted actress in the role of the blind lead character) and what the performance of blindness means to those with varying degrees of sight.

-Ooh…The Unhoneymooners is being made into a movie. This is one of my fave romcom books.

-I’m digging Taylor Swift‘s new song.

Stephen Lang returns in the Don’t Breathe sequel. Jane Levy, however, does not — and was not impressed by the director’s patronizing comments about how they excluded her for her own good.

John David Washington fights for his life in the trailer for Netflix’s Beckett.