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March 8, 2023

The Hailey Bieber Hate Gets Loud

-Ok, now matter what “side” you’re on in a silly and mostly made up celebrity feud, it’s disgusting that fans chanted “F*ck Hailey Bieber” during her husband’s recent performance. Defending your fave against supposed bullying by bullying another woman is gross.

Mo’Nique is profiled in THR and talks about her 13-year feud with Lee Daniels, her tense showdown with Oprah, resolving her lawsuit against Netflix — and why she’s finally ready to forgive and forget.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle celebrated the christening of their daughter Lilibet on Friday, minus any royal relatives.

Jason Sudeikis confirmed that the upcoming season of Ted Lasso will be its last. “The idea was to do three years, and that’s how we went about writing it.”

-I went on vacation for a few days and am so glad I missed the Vanderpump Rules’ “Scandoval.

-This is actually lovely: Demi Moore has reportedly moved in with ex-husband Bruce Willis and his wife Emma Heming amid his dementia diagnosis: “She is not leaving until the very end.”

-I’m not sure why Hugh Grant thought it would be charming to reveal that he threw a “terrible” tantrum on his first day of filming the Dungeons & Dragons movie: “I lost my temper with a woman in my eyeline on day one. I assumed she was some executive from the studio who should have known better. Then it turns out that she’s an extremely nice local woman who was the chaperone of the young girl. Terrible. A lot of groveling.”

Lady Gaga has told producers she is planning on coming to the Oscars ceremony as a nominee, but she won’t have time to prepare a musical number because she’s shooting the Joker sequel.

-Meanwhile, is it just me or are people actually excited for the Oscars this year? A mix of good nominees, some mainstream movies getting nominated, a host who knows what he’s doing, and a few seriously nail-biting categories has me looking forward to it more than usual.

-Did Michelle Yeoh go against the Academy rules with her Instagram post?

-I really like Seth Rogen but this is a silly take: “I think if most critics knew how much it hurts the people that made the things that they are writing about, they would second guess the way they write these things.” The purpose of reviews isn’t to hurt or protect the creator’s feelings.  Whenever this stuff comes up, I think about this tweet.

-I also really like Jenna Ortega, but saying she “just started changing lines” she didn’t like on the Wednesday set is not great. Shit like that — and this — isn’t gonna help diffuse the looming writers’ strike.

Priscilla Presley and Riley Keough are reportedly fighting over Lisa Marie’s trust.

-Speaking of Riley Keough, I’m loving her in Daisy Jones & The Six.

-I’m pretty stoked by all the positive reviews for Scream 6, but I still can’t believe they made this thing without Neve Campbell.

Jimmy Fallon tried his hand at getting The Voice coaches to turn their chairs for him during a blind audition prank on last night’s episode. Kelly Clarkson, Chance the Rapper and Niall Horan all turned around for him, but Blake Shelton wouldn’t budge.

Rebel Wilson says Kristen Wiig took the Bridesmaids cast to a strip club for “cast bonding.”

-Shadow & Bone released a clip from the new season of Jesper meeting Wylan. Something tells me I’m gonna watch this whole season yelling “just kiss already!”

-HBO announced that Season 4 of Barry will be its last.

-The creator of Mare Of Easttown is bringing together Sydney Sweeney and Julianne Moore for a new Apple movie in which they’ll play mother and daughter.

-From tricky choreography and reshoots to a very lucky darts shot, Top Gun: Maverick’s bar scene was nearly as complex as its flying sequences.

-Yikes. Cole Sprouse does not come off great while talking about his split from Lili Reinhart. “If I had loved myself a little more, I probably would have left a little earlier.”

Jon Bernthal confirmed he’ll step back into his Punisher role in Daredevil: Born Again.  This only matters to me if Deborah Ann Woll’s Karen also returns.

-Hulu’s new show Up Here starring Mae Whitman looks really cute.

-Schmigadoon’s first season was based on 1950s Broadway shows like Music Man. According to the new trailer, season two will get darker, with Chicago being its main inspo.