–Billie Eilish covers the new issue of Elle and opens up about the scrutiny she receives over her looks. “The other day, I decided to wear a tank top. It wasn’t even a provocative shirt. But I know people are going to say, ‘Holy f**k, she’s dressing sexy and trying to make a statement.’ And I’m like, ‘No, I’m not. It’s 500 degrees and I just want to wear a tank top.'” She also talked about losing fans because she changed her style. “I lost 100,000 followers, just because of the boobs. People are scared of big boobs.”
–Camila Cabello organized a letter-writing campaign that got Cate Blanchett, Shawn Mendes, Lady Gaga, Billie Eilish, Hugh Jackman, and 60 entertainers who are demanding Congress take bold action against climate change.
–Linda Evangelista says she was left ‘deformed’ by a coolsculpting treatment.
–Johnny Depp‘s San Sebastian press conference was interrupted by someone playing a recording of ex-wife Amber Heard. Whoever did this is a goddamn hero.
–Tiger King 2 is coming to Netflix soon. Who wants this??
-Does Lee Pace know how thirsty the internet is for him? I hope so. He deserves it.
–Rihanna‘s Savage X Fenty Show Vol. 3 fashion show hits Amazon Prime tomorrow.
-I’m glad The Other Two seems to be getting more buzz with its second season. It’s so, so funny.
-Ted Lasso’s Brett Goldstein is reportedly dating British comedian Beth Rylance. Lucky her!
–This interview with Andy Serkis, who directed Venom: Let There Be Carnage, makes me really want to see it. He talks about Eddie and Venom’s relationship in this sequel and says “Absolutely they do love each other and that’s the kind of the center of the movie is that love affair, that central love affair.”
-I’m hearing lots of buzz about Everybody’s Talking About Jamie, a movie about a teen drag queen that just came to Amazon Prime.
-See why Kristen Stewart is generating Oscar buzz for her portrayal of Princess Diana in the first full trailer for Spencer.
–Benedict Cumberbatch plays an artist who became famous for drawing cats in the trailer for The Electrical Life of Louis Wain. I saw this at TIFF and liked it more than I thought I would.