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Amanda Seyfried and Thomas Sadoski Eloped

Thomas Sadoski revealed on James Corden‘s show that he and baby mama Amanda Seyfried eloped last week.

-I have to say, I did not see a Donald Trump/One Direction feud coming.

-This article on how Kate Middleton is “less than pleased” with Prince William’s ski-trip behaviour probably shouldn’t have made me laugh.

-Beauty and the Beast is going to be a beast at the box office this weekend, waltzing to an expected $165M-$170M bow.

-Speaking of Beauty and the Beast, Emma Watson is reportedly pulling in $3M upfront, but her final payday could be $15M if the film’s final haul is similar to Maleficent’s $759M worldwide gross.

-Whatever happens with Brangelina, at least their delicious Miravel rose seems safe for now.

-Is Taylor Swift launching her own version of Spotify?

-Emily Van Camp and Matt Czuchry are going to star in a new Fox medical drama. I like both of those actors separately, but together they make a bland duo of immense blandness.

-Networks are scrambling after nearly all of their mid-season premieres (17 scripted shows launched since Jan. 1), are languishing with low ratings.

-Balmain failed Scarlett Johansson with this terrible dress at the Ghost In The Shell premiere.

-Congrats to Marion Cotillard, who had her second kid.

-Yay! Here’s the first new Feist song in six years!

-I should have known that Black Girl Nerds’ Iron Fist takedown would be my favourite.

Lena Dunham would like everyone to stop talking about her weight please.

-In honour of St Patrick’s Day, Jamie Dornan recited 41 Irish terms for being drunk.

Ellen DeGeneres and Kristen Bell dressed up as leprechauns for a festive game of Heads Up.

Amy Schumer’s Netflix special was attacked by online trolls who down-voted her.

Katie Cassidy is the latest celebrity to have her nude photos hacked and leaked online. Not cool, pervs.

-Oh, so I guess I’m not watching season 2 of The Crown.

Review returns this week (or Wednesday on Much if you’re in Canada). This is by far one of my favourite comedies airing right now.  It somehow manages to be both hilarious and heartbreaking.

-Here’s the final trailer for The Leftovers. Wait, is Kevin Jesus?!

Nicole Kidman Gets a Make-Under for Top of the Lake

Nicole Kidman in Top of the Lake
Nicole Kidman in Top of the Lake (Sundance/Sally Bongers)

Nicole Kidman looks very witchy  in this first look from Top of The Lake (much like Holly Hunter did last season).

Jennifer Lawrence and Chris Pratt hurled insults at each other. It’s all very cute until she insults Everwood and now I’m taking off my earrings…

Bruno Mars‘ Carpool Karaoke promo is very dance-y.

-I love this article on how Trump’s moves need to be analyzed like a celebrity, not a politician. Anyone who follows gossip recognized today’s Kanye West move as Celeb Misdirect 101. He knew this story was about to break and basically called the paps for a staged photo opp.

-The Rogue One embargo was lifted today at noon, and my TL was flooded with reviews — most of which are very positive.

-Ever heard of Don’s Plum? Precisely. And Leonardo DiCaprio and Tobey Maguire would like to keep it that way.

-This is nice: William H Macy supports Emmy Rossum’s fight to be paid the same as him on Shameless, saying “it’s about f*cking time.”

Joshua Jackson was all kinds of charming on Ellen today, where he admitted “I have no idea how to date.”
-Suits star (and Prince Harry’s gf) Meghan Markle wrote a moving essay about being a biracial actress.

-Meanwhile, Harry and Meghan reportedly went Christmas tree shopping together. Gah! I love them so much!

Amber Rose and Val Chmerkovskiy are in a new relationship and are “both very happy.” Um, yay?

Margot Robbie is returning as Harley Quinn in an all-female DC villains movie called Gotham City Sirens. The cynical side of me wonders if this is the real reason DCTV keeps bringing back Black Canary even though she’s the WORST.

Shirley MacLaine, Amanda Seyfried and Anne Heche star in the first trailer for The Last Word.

Chris Pratt Opens Up on His Father’s Death


-In his Britsh GQ cover storyChris Pratt talks about his father’s death: “There are wounds that are never going to be totally healed.”

-Also sad: Michelle Williams opens up about raising her daughter without Heath Ledger: ‘It just won’t ever be right’ *sob*

Mariah Carey eats two things, and only two things: Norwegian salmon and capers. As if that wasn’t perfect enough, the fact that she specifies “Norwegian” puts it over the edge. Bless her.

Amanda Seyfried is pregnant. Well, well, well.

Dolly Parton and her goddaughter Miley Cyrus sang ‘Jolene’ on The Voice last night, and it was pretty great.

Stephen Amell’s reaction to the Arrow cast doing the mannequin challenge is perfection.

-Meanwhile, The Flash part of the crossover delivered the show its largest audience in two years. Which is great because I loved it — mostly because everyone dragged Barry.

-I haven’t watched Survivor in decades but this is pretty great and inspiring.

-Gossip Girl’s Penn Badgley is looking nothing like the lonely boy we all remember.

Jennifer Aniston explained to Ellen why she wrote that anti-tabloid op-ed, saying she was fed up by “disgustingly objectifying” paparazzi photos. Ok…but…wait…what?!

Erika Christensen introducing her Parenthood TV husband to her new daughter is giving me all the feels.

-Speaking of Parenthood-y feels, did you watch This Is Us’ touching Jack/Randall push-up scene last night? The cast recreated it IRL — and it’s way hotter.

-This is a great piece on how all the major broadcast networks (except the CW) opting out of the TCAs’ exec sessions proves they’re in more trouble than we realized. This is my favourite part: “[Being a broadcast network] doesn’t mean you automatically get the biggest piece of the pie, viewers and ratings-wise. Americans are absolutely bloated with pie. They may stick a finger in yours and have a tiny taste but they are never, ever – and this is important so pay attention – going to put all their forks down and just eat your pie every week.”

-In case you missed Lin-Manuel Miranda‘s Drunk History episode last night (shame!) here’s the best parts — in gif form.

-Meanwhile, here is Lin-Manuel Miranda and Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson‘s musical about millennials.

-I’ve been wanting Jennifer Lawrence to ditch Dior forever, but I actually like this look from Maria Grazia Chiuri’s first collection.

-Are people seriously body-shaming the woman who plays Tara on The Walking Dead? She just had a baby! And even if she didn’t, that’s still gross.

Cher, Mark Ruffalo, and more celebrities ring the alarm about global warming in the trailer for the new documentary In This Climate.

Megan Markle’s new movie trailer suddenly has a lot more people interested in it. I wonder why?