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Pink and Channing Tatum Explore Their “Beautiful Trauma”

Pink is really saving this week for us. First she scaled a building during the AMAs, and now she’s dropped a hilarious music video starring Channing Tatum.

-Congrats to Gwyneth Paltrow, who is engaged to Brad Falchuk after more than three years of dating. Cue a million “conscious coupling” headlines…

-Fork ya! The Good Place has been renewed for season 3. This season has been on fire.

Meghan Markle has moved out of her Toronto home and is rumoured to be relocating to London.

Chrissy Teigen and John Legend announced they are expecting their second child in a very cute way.

-A few weeks ago, Melissa Schuman from pop group Dream wrote that Nick Carter sexually assaulted her when she was 18 years old.

-This is very sweet: Spin posted Greta Gerwin’s letters to Justin Timberlake, Alanis Morissette, and Dave Matthews asking for music rights for Lady Bird.

-Also, I liked this article on Lady Bird. It’s definitely one of my fave movies of the year, and that piece does a good job of capturing why.

-And the walls keep tumbling down: Pixar/Disney exec John Lasseter announced he is taking a leave of absence just as The Hollywood Reporter was preparing a story detailing his alleged misconduct. Among the tidbits, Rashida Jones is credited as a writer on the next Toy Story, but she actually left the project early on after he made an unwanted advance.

-CBS has fired Charlie Rose. Here’s the memo that just went out to staffers.

-No. Mel Gibson DOES NOT get to make statements about holding men accountable. Just…no.

-36 women who worked with Al Franken on SNL have signed a letter of support. Jesus Christ. How hard is it to grasp that just because he acted one way with you doesn’t preclude him from acting differently with others?

-Congrats to True Blood star Rutina Wesley, who announced her engagement to her girlfriend on Instagram.

Kim Kardashian has fired her friend and longtime assistant Stephanie Shepherd. According to Us Weekly, their relationhip soured after Shepherd overshared in a Refinery 29 profile earlier this year.

Martin Freeman‘s Everett K. Ross has words of advice for Chadwick Boseman‘s T’Challa in the new Black Panther trailer.

Miley Cyrus Opens Up About Reuniting with Liam Hemsworth


-In the new issue of Billboard, Miley Cyrus debuts her newly reformed image (“I haven’t smoked weed in three weeks, which is the longest I’ve ever [gone without it]. I’m not doing drugs, I’m not drinking, I’m completely clean right now! “), and getting back together with Liam Hemsworth (“I needed to change so much. And changing with someone else not changing like that is too hard. Suddenly you’re like, ‘I don’t recognize you anymore.’ We had to refall for each other.”)

Beyoncé did not get lip injections and her rep is calling out the ‘cowards’  who claim she did.

Adam Scott is obsessed with Star Wars and Mark Hamill, so Kristen Bell (who was guest-hosting in Jimmy Kimmel‘s absence) offered him the best surprise. I love how he went full Ben Wyatt!

Kristen also used her hosting gig to help pull off a Frozen-themed promposal.

Nikki Reed and Ian Somerhalder announced they’re expecting their first child. She looks quite far along so I’m impressed that she actually managed to keep it under wraps.

Zoë Saldana says she was surprised when Britney Spears outed her pregnancy. “She was just being Britney…I was shocked because we weren’t ready to sort of share that. But it was Britney, so it’s okay.”

Diane Keaton never gives up an opportunity to kiss a famous person, which she demonstrated with the help of Kevin Bacon and Jessica Chastain. She is living her best life.

-It looks like the OITNB hacker may have struck out at Netflix again.

Ryan Murphy is now on Instagram and if his first post with Max Greenfield and Darren Criss is any indication, he deserves a follow.

Zendaya’s reaction to Rihanna acknowledging her MET gala dress is adorable.

-Looks like Kristen Stewart and Stella Maxwell are getting serious: they just moved in together.

Kim Kardashian and Kanye West dropped clothing line for kids today. Sure.

-The Affair’s Ruth Wilson is going to star in a new miniseries based on her grandmother, who discovered that her husband was a spy.

-People are not loving the fact that Kendall Jenner is on the cover of Vogue India.

-The first teaser for Marvel’s Inhumans reveals a palace coup — but at least there’s no bad wigs in sight.

-HBO confirmed it’s developing Game of Thrones spin-offs. Spin-offs, as in multiple. As in they’re working on four scripts.  That seems like a lot.

-You oughta know: Alanis Morissette’s ex-manager has been sentenced to six years in prison for embezzling millions.

John Boyega keeps a lightsaber “to just swing around a few seconds when I walk around the house”. Sounds about right.

-This is an interesting look at how Keeping Up With the Kardashians is in its darkest, most dramatic season yet and still it’s bleeding viewers. Are we finally all over it?

-The new Dunkirk trailer is here and it’s intense.

Chris Pine played a little slapjack with Jimmy Fallon last night.

-Finally, a Wonder Woman scene! It’s incredibly satisfying to watch Gal Gadot save Chris Pine‘s ass in this first clip.

Scarlett Johansson Doesn’t Believe in Monogamy


-In a new chat with Playboy, Scarlett Johansson says monogamy goes “against instinct.” In the interview, which seems to have taken place before she announced her split from hubby Romain Dauriac, she says “I might be skewered for that, but I think it’s work…The fact that it is such work for so many people — for everyone — the fact of that proves that it is not a natural thing.”

-Moonlight’s Mahershala Ali is looking all kinds of great on the cover of THR, where he shares his journey to becoming a Muslim.

-How exactly did Vogue think the world would respond to Karlie Kloss dressed as a geisha in 2017?! She’s since apologized.

-Not surprisingly, Christine Baranski had no problem looking disgusted at Trump’s inauguration in a scene for The Good Fight. Meanwhile, the show is getting good reviews.

-There’s a Love Actually reunion happening for a British charity – a 10-minute comedy skit with a confirmed cast that so far includes Hugh Grant, Keira Knightley, Andrew Lincoln, Bill Nighy, Liam Neeson and Rowan Atkinson.

-Even Pedro Pascal can’t convince me that the camo trend is a good idea, but I appreciate his attempts.

-Warner Bros. is seriously courting Mel Gibson to direct the Suicide Squad sequel? Seriously?!? Be better, Hollywood.

Ashton Kutcher testified today at a Senate Foreign Relations Committee hearing on how to put an end to modern slavery and everyone came to the chilling realization that Kelso is better at talking to Congress than the President of the United States…

-As the world continues to burn, Colbert is staring to beat Fallon in the rating.

Sofia Vergara filed a suit yesterday to block ex Nick Loeb from using their frozen pre-embryos.

M.I.A. makes it clear she’s not Rihanna, Madonna, Mariah, or Ariana Grande in her new song.

-Nice: Kumail Nanjiani‘s Sundance hit The Big Sick will be released this summer.

Michael K. Williams talks about feeling typecast in this weird and awesome video. Why isn’t he in everything?!

Robert Pattinson has been making weirdo fashion choices all week and he’s never been more interesting.

Alanis Morissette is having a rough go of it. First, her manager admitted to stealing $7M. Now, a robber stole $2M worth of jewelry from her Brentwood home.

-Fact: Mariska Hargitay and Chris Meloni reunions will never get old.

-Emails released in Kesha‘s lawsuit against Dr Luke reveal that he allegedly bullied her about her weight.

Mae Whitman is returning to our TV screens and suddenly the world feels a little bit better.

-I liked this interview with 11 of the 683 new Academy members about what it’s like to have a say in who wins an Oscar.

-Speaking of interesting industry articles, here’s a good look at how each of the six major studios greenlights films now that studio owners are reluctant to give that authority to just one person.

-The LAPD may have ruined Sandra Bullock’s case against her alleged stalker by “illegally searching” his home.

–Here’s the first trailer for Dean, starring Demetri Martin, Gillian Jacobs and Kevin Kline.