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Jennifer Lopez celebrated turning 52 by showing off her insane body in a series of photos — one of which included Ben Affleck. He was also featured in Leah Remini‘s bday tribute video. This has all led to lots of (justifiable) chatter about how quickly she’s made him hot by association.

Sarah Ferguson appears on the cover of Town & Country and talks about not being invited to Prince William and Kate Middleton‘s wedding (“I didn’t think I was probably worthy to go to their wedding. I took myself to Thailand, actually, to be far away from it so that I could try and heal”), how she was portrayed in the tabloids (“It was always that Diana was portrayed as the saint and I was portrayed as the sinner. Bad Fergie sold an awful lot of papers”) and her thoughts on Diana (“I believe that Diana would be so proud of her boys…and she’d be so proud of her grandchildren”).

-Meanwhile, the royal line of succession has been updated to officially include Prince Harry and Meghan Markle‘s daughter Lilibet Diana.

-I go away for a week and now Jason Sudeikis and Irina Shayk might be a thing?

-Most people didn’t even know that Issa Rae was in a longterm relationship – let alone that she was about to drop some surprise wedding pics. The dress is much more traditional that I would have guessed, but Vera Wang is back to being all the rage these days.

Anna Faris also had a secret wedding.

Jamie Lynn Spears keeps trying to set the record straight about where she stands with sister Britney Spears, and keeps making it worse.

-Meanwhile, Britney and her lawyers laid out their case in new legal docs as to why her father should be removed as conservator of her estate. I’m surprised she filed a petition to replace him rather than end the conservatorship altogether, but that’s probably coming.

-Covid-related delays is cost a lot of productions money — but it might cost The Morning Show more than most. Their insurance company doesn’t want to cover all the delays, triggering a $44M lawsuit.

-Speaking of Apple+ shows, Ted Lasso’s season two premiere drew lots of eyeballs.

-If you follow writer Twitter, you’d know that there’s a lot of chatter about how little assistants are getting paid in Hollywood. Sophia Bush says that on Chicago PD, the PAs were only getting $500/week.

Pink offered to pay a 1,500-Euro fine issued to Norway’s beach handball team after the women wore athletic shorts instead of bikini bottoms to protest against sexism.

-I always thought LFO seemed like just another boy band at the time but the story behind them is surprisingly tragic.

Angelina Jolie got a big win in her custody battle against Brad Pitt.

-This oral history of Clifford, the 1994 comedy about a deranged little boy played by Martin Short, made me realize how beloved this weird little movie is. The part where Nic Cage can’t get through talking about a scene because he’s laughing to hard remembering it is gold.

-Here’s the first full trailer for the Dexter reboot. There’s no way this thing is going to be good, but I can feel myself getting sucked in solely on morbid curiosity.

Nicole Kidman, Michael Shannon and Melissa McCarthy star in the trailer for the upcoming Hulu show Nine Perfect Strangers.

Drake Enlists Justin Bieber for “Popstar” Video

Drake and DJ Khaled debuted their new music video for “Popstar” and it features surprise appearances from Justin and Hailey Bieber. Two things: this is the best Bieber has looked in a long time, and why is there a “COVID Compliance Officer” listed in the credits when there’s zero social distancing??

-To celebrate her birthday, Beyonce donated $1 million to black-owned businesses.

-Meanwhile, we might have a new Beyonce project soon. Page Six reports that Bey shut down a television studio for four days to film something mysterious.

Rumer Willis is having quite a week. She kicked off dating speculation when she was spotted hanging with newly single Armie Hammer, and now she’s shooting sexy IG videos for Kim Kardashian‘s Skims.

-Speaking of the Kardashians, the one thing you can praise that family for is that they seem to have taken social distancing seriously — unlike 75% of the celebs I see on IG.

Scarlett Johansson says the new Black Widow movie will address #MeToo and #TimesUp directly. If only we could see it without fear of dying.

Alexander Payne published a guest column in Deadline today, in which he denies Rose McGowan allegation that he groomed her for a sexual assault when she was 15. “Rose is mistaken in saying we met when she was fifteen, in the late 1980s. I was a full-time film student at UCLA from 1984 until 1990, and I know that our paths never crossed.”

McGowan responded to his comments with “I told Payne to acknowledge and apologize, he has not. I said I didn’t want to destroy, now I do. Why do these men always lie? I will now make it a mission to expose him. I am not the only one.”

-Who knows when we’ll get a new album, but at least Rihanna’s documentary will be released on Amazon next year.

-Despite public disputes with her record label, in which she accused them of not letting her put out new music, we finally have something new from SZA! The singer-songwriter dropped the music video for her new single “Hit Different” featuring Ty Dolla $ign.

-I’ve never watched the CBS sitcom Mom, but it seems odd that Anna Faris is leaving the show. Isn’t she the lead?

-Another day, another stunning look from Cate Blanchett in Venice. I love that she’s recycling outfits she’s worn on previous red carpets!

-I’m really liking Vulture’s Two Friends series on Instagram Live, mostly because of all the odd celebrity pairings. Who knew You’re the Worst’s Desmin Borges and Tala Ashe from DC’s Legends of Tomorrow were buds?

-This is a really interesting take on what the movie industry in 2020 might have looked like without covid. Would Will Smith and Ana de Armas be Oscar frontrunners? Would the Top Gun and Ghostbusters reboots have flopped?

-The Good Place’s Jameela Jamil wants you to know that she’s not actually quarantining with Meghan and Harry. It does sound like a story Tahani would tell though.

-For the first time ever, all Canadians will be able to watch TIFF films digitally during the festival. Tickets for non-members go onsale Saturday at 10am and there’s still some left.  Even if you’re doing it from your couch, it really is the coolest thing to watch movies with big name stars that may never see the light of day, or obscure foreign ones that won’t get distribution here.

Robert De Niro, Morgan Freeman, and Zach Braff try to kill Tommy Lee Jones while making a movie in The Comeback Trail trailer.

Rihanna Is Stunning On Vogue

Rihanna Vogue Arabia

Rihanna looks amazing on the cover of Vogue Arabia, but some people are wondering if it’s cultural appropriation?

-The Good Doctor is not just the biggest hit of the fall TV season, it’s breaking ratings records. This thing is averaging a stunning 17.4 million viewers!

-I found The Crown very pretty but ultimately way too slow to keep my interest. But news that Olivia Coleman will take over as Queen Elizabeth II intrigues me. I wonder if she’ll tell anyone to “move away from me now or I will piss in a cup and throw it at you“?

Taylor Swift’s new video proves she was the only one who saw Ghost in the Shell.

Kristen Bell says a Veronica Mars limited series is going to happen. Here for it.

-If you’re wondering why your connection is really slow today, it’s because Alexander Skarsgard appeared on the red carpet with a half bald head and the internet melted.

-Good on Gal Gadot for saying that Wonder Woman’s backstory in Batman v Superman made no sense for that character.

-This Anna Faris interview with Colbert is incredibly uncomfortable and makes me sad.

-If directing Thor makes Taika Waititi a huge star, which in turn makes everyone discover What We Do In The Shadows, that would be swell.

Robert Rodriguez says casting Rose McGowan in Grindhouse was a F-U to Harvey Weinstein.

-With today’s premiere of Stranger Things, I now want to protect Millie Bobby Brown more than ever.

-This Justice League TV spot stuffs a ton of new footage into 30 seconds.