–Niecy Nash and Jessica Betts are the first same-sex couple to cover Essence.
-Congrats to Jennifer Lawrence, who has reportedly given birth to her first child.
–Prince Harry is suing the Mail on Sunday over an article alleging he attempted to keep details of his battle to reinstate his police protection secret from the public.
–Priyanka Chopra responded to Rosie O’Donnell‘s public apology after the TV host mistakenly referred to the actress as the daughter of Deepak Chopra. “If you wanted to make a public apology for a very awkward private encounter, I think probably best to take the time to google my name before doing it or even try to reach out directly.”
-The pandemic brought Ben Stiller and Christine Taylor back together. Five years after their separation, he moved back in with her and their kids during lockdown, and they rekindled their relationship.
-Speaking of promo looks, I also really dig Sandra Bullock’s dress here.
-Did we need the star of the 90210 reboot weighing in on Putin via poetry? Nope, but we got it anyway.
-Also, Sean Penn is currently on the ground in Ukraine filming a documentary about the invasion.
–Megan Thee Stallion filed a lawsuit against her record label for the third time.
-I missed this video earlier from Vogue of Kim Kardashian showing off weird objects in her home.
–Lilly Singh is recovering after being hospitalized for ovarian cysts.
-The week before Better Things returns, Pamela Adlon talked to Rolling Stone about what makes the show so special, what separates her life from Sam’s, and her boyish early roles.
-Country singer Sam Hunt‘s divorce is back on. After his wife withdrew her divorce filing, she re-filed in a different county.
–Tom Holland played with puppies while being interviewed by Buzzfeed.
-This is an interesting piece about why movies so long now, even though when directors sign on to major studio movies, they have a contractual obligation to deliver it at 2 hours. Many executives blame it on the rush to meet a release date; there’s less time to make surgical edits that would prevent moviegoers from dozing off.
-Five assassins wind up on a Japanese train and soon realize their assignments are connected in the first teaser for Bullet Train, starring Brad Pitt, Sandra Bullock, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Brian Tyree Henry and Zazie Beetz. The teaser doesn’t give us much but whew, that cast!