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June 6, 2022

Prince Louis: The Jubilee Jokester

Prince Louis went viral (again), this time for being a brat to Kate Middleton. Kate and William poked fun at it when they posted about the weekend on social media, saying “We all had an incredible time, especially Louisā€¦ šŸ‘€”

Prince George did some damage control by adorably singing along to “Sweet Caroline.”

-We also got photos fromĀ Lilibet’s first birthday party. She looks so much like her dad!

-The MTV Awards were last night and it was all low-riding bottoms and bra tops. So many outfits looked like something Christina Aguilera would have worn in 2001. Get your own style, Zoomers.

Jennifer Lopez got really, really emotional during her acceptance speech.

Ryan Reynolds enlisted Steve-O to accept his award for him in Jackass fashion.

Michael B. Jordan and Lori Harvey have split up after just over a year of dating.

Steve Harvey confirmed it, saying “I’m team Lori, 1000 percent. She’s my daughter. I love her, I support her…He’s still a cool guy…from what I know. It’s a breakup. I’m pretty sure they’ll be fine. People break up all the time.”

Shakira and longtime boyfriend soccer star Gerard PiquƩ are separating.

Brett Goldstein says they’re writing season 3 of Ted Lasso as if it will be the last. “It was planned as three.” I’m guessing Apple will do everything they can to convinceĀ Jason Sudeikis & Co. to go longer.

-Scream 6 will be the first film in the horror franchise without Neve Campbell’s Sidney Prescott. She dropped out, saying, “I felt the offer that was presented to me did not equate to the value I have brought to the franchise.”

-Uvalde native Matthew McConaughey says he supports background checks, age restrictions and waiting periods, but he doesn’t support gun “control.” Who’s gonna tell him?

-Former Hedley frontman Jacob Hoggard has been found guilty of sexually assault. A jury found him guilty of sexual assault causing bodily harm against an Ottawa woman who accused him of violently raping her in a Toronto hotel in the fall of 2016, but he was acquitted of the same charge against a teenage fan. A judge imposed stricter bail conditions as he awaits sentencing.

-Top Gun: Maverick only had a 32% second-weekend drop — the smallest decline ever for a movie debuting above $100 million.

-After it became a meme, Sony re-released Morbius in theatres, and it went as badly as you’d expect.

-This is a really good piece on how the true crime mania has spun a whole new genre of social media content. “Suddenly, everyone was a body language expert, a psychiatrist, a cop, a lawyer, a domestic abuse expert. Everyone felt entitled to turn this circus of pain and the degradation of one woman in their own personal #content farm.”

-This is also a really good piece which includes interviews with dozens of content creators on how theĀ social platform incentives push them towards certain POVs (while the public increasingly turns to influencers over legacy media for news.)

-What We Do In Shadows has been renewed for *two* additional seasons.

-TheĀ cast and creator of Scrubs say they’re ready to do a revival.

-Shadow & Bone has wrapped filming on season two.

Cynthia Erivo is working on the new season of Luther with Idris Elba.

-The first trailer for trans rom-comĀ Anything’s Possible from Amazon Prime, directed by Billy Porter.

-Here’s the trailer for Netflix’s Sandman, the Neil Gaiman adaptation that’s set to drop on August 5. It stars Thomas Sturridge, Gwendoline Christie, Mark Hamil and Jenna Coleman.