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Kendall Jenner offers a look inside her Los Angeles home in the September issue of Architectural Digest. I’m surprised by how much I like this.

Meghan Markle has agreed to pay more than £67,000 in legal costs after losing the first round of her legal battle against the Mail.

Armie Hammer is tweeting again. Not surprisingly, it’s not going well.

-Man, I’m really digging Seth Rogen these days. His new movie that’s dropping on HBO Max/Crave next week looks great, he’s repeated slammed people who comment AllLivesMatter on his posts, and in Marc Maron‘s podcast, he said when he was younger he wasn’t told Palestinians lived on land that became Israel. “I also think that as a Jewish person, like I was fed a huge amount of lies about Israel my entire life. You know, they never tell you, that oh by the way, there were people there. They make it seem like it was– just sitting there. Oh the fucking door’s open! … Literally they forget to include the fact to every young Jewish person: Basically, oh by the way, there were people living there.”

Megan Thee Stallion showed off the flowers she got from Beyonce and Rihanna following her shooting.

-Meanwhile, Vulture’s piece on the reaction to what happened to her is well worth your time. “Try to recall another time when a rapper went into surgery for multiple gunshot wounds and it became instant gag fodder.”

Taylor Swift stans continue to go after the Pitchfork reviewer. This is insane. Not that ANY review would justify this kind of reaction, but she liked the album! She gave it 8/10!

-Speaking of disturbing fan behaviour, Kate Beckinsale used IG stories to document getting an “unsettling” gift — someone anonymously dropped off a rabbit in a cage along with a basket of rose petals on her front door.

Post Malone appeared on Joe Rogan’s show (ugh) and talked about masks. The singer, whose lifestyle brand donated 40,000 N95 masks to frontline medical workers, doesn’t think masks should be mandatory. “It’s like me in school having to tuck in my shirt or else you get detention. It’s weird to be forced to wear something … At the end of the day, it all comes down to respect for other people. It’s not a government thing. You shouldn’t be forced to wear a mask — but you should. And that’s because I respect you as a follow human.”

Marti Noxon and Kater Gordon, who previously called out Mad Men creator Matthew Weiner for harassment, wrote a column about how the industry can better protect staff from toxic showrunners in light of the news that Weiner has a new development deal with FX.

Cameron Diaz chatted with Seth Meyers about quarantining with her husband, Benji Madden, and their 7-month-old daughter, Raddix. She was doing promo for her new wine line — which might have gone better had she not poured herself a glass over ice.

-The Emmy Awards have confirmed the ceremony will be completely virtual in a message to nominees, in which they note: “If you want to be in formal wear, we’d love that, but equally if you’re in the UK and it’s 3am, perhaps you want to be in designer pajamas and record from your bed!” Aw man, this is going to be so weird.

Yahya Abdul-Mateen II‘s reaction to getting an Emmy nomination for his role in Watchmen is so pure.

-But no one — I mean no one — does an Emmy reaction better than Glow’s Betty Gilpin. This year’s statement might be her best yet: “To the Television Academy — how dare you. I really can’t stress enough how much of a threat this nomination is to my current quarantine brand of pasta and sad. In the Time Before, being born with a healthy protective emotional wall missing meant I got to channel that into pretend time in exchange for health insurance and claps. Until today, apparently here in the apocalypse, these skills were about as meaningful as a worm’s hymn in a canyon. I’d like to thank the cast and crew, and the Academy, and seasonal depression, and honestly Nathan Lane, and before this nomination phoenixes me out of mediocrity and I explode into ribbons just real quick the cops who killed Breonna Taylor still have not been arrested.”

Kieran Culkin saying he’ll punch Succession costar Nicholas Braunin the balls‘ if he beats him is also a pretty great reaction.

-Meanwhile, Nicholas Braun released a pandemic track called ‘Antibodies’ to encourage people to donate to Partners in Health and The COPE Program, two organizations working to help those most vulnerable and affected by coronavirus. The song is both hilarious and incredibly catchy. Go, Cousin Greg!!

Tracy Morgan and his wife, Megan Wollover, are splitting after five years of marriage.

Annie Lennox called out Madonna for posting some BS covid conspiracy theories on her Instagram.

-The first photos from Netflix’s Ratched, Ryan Murphy‘s prequel to One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest starring Sarah Paulson, looks predictably kooky. Is that Sharon Stone with a … monkey?

-Rapper Malik B, a founding member of The Roots, has died at 47.

-Netflix announced it will be adding seven classic Black sitcoms to its library in an initiative lead by @StrongBlackLead. The shows are: Moesha, The Game, Sister Sister, Girlfriends, The Parkers, Half & Half, and One on One. I’m definitely due for a Girlfriends binge, but so far this looks like it’s US-only.

Dua Lipa confirmed that a side b of Future Nostalgia is coming.

Ashley Judd won her appeal, allowing her to go forward with her sexual harassment claim against Harvey Weinstein.

Lili Reinhart tries to recover from an accident in the Chemical Hearts trailer, which will debut on Amazon Prime.

Rihanna Introduces Fenty Skincare

-Welp. Do you want to take all my money now Rihanna, or wait until the products hit shelves? I’m flexible.

Megan Thee Stallion says she’s “incredibly grateful to be alive” after suffering multiple gunshot wounds Sunday morning. Wait, what?!?  I thought she was injured by glass.

Nick Cannon is speaking out against ViacomCBS after the company fired him yesterday for making anti-Semitic comments. He’s demanding an apology and the rights to Wild ‘N Out.

Diddy and Dwayne Wade are some of the celebs showing Cannon support.

-Interestingly, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar had a piece in The Hollywood Reporter earlier this week calling out anti-Semitic rhetoric by Black entertainers and sports stars.

-It looks like Kanye West is abandoning his (fake) presidential bid.

Elizabeth Chambers officially filed for divorce from Armie Hammer, citing “irreconcilable differences.” Meanwhile, he trended today because of some shady looking screenshots of DMs that I don’t actually believe are real.

-A bunch of celebrities and politicians’ twitter feeds have been hacked to promote a bitcoin scam.

-Maroon 5 co-founder Mickey Madden has taken a leave of absence from the band following an alleged domestic violence arrest.

-2020 continues to be the weirdest: Ghislaine Maxwell is reportedly being moved from ‘cell to cell’ in prison to avoid assassins.

-Here are all the celebrities in Jeffrey Epstein and Ghislaine Maxwell’s inner circle that are probably really nervous right now.

-You know what’s weird? When the Parks and Rec reunion episode was happening there was so much build up and buzz, but I have barely heard a peep about tomorrow’s 30 Rock episode. NBC isn’t doing screeners for critics, and a bunch of affiliates are refusing to air it — they see it as an ad for their streaming competitor Peacock and NBCU cable networks like Syfy and USA.

-Meanwhile, this is an interesting look back at 30 Rock’s product placement and how they pretended to be above it.

Dakota Johnson once mused about bisexuality in a 2017 interview and Twitter has jumped on it today as if it’s a new quote for some reason. Time is a flat circle.

-I can’t imagine why Hayden Christensen would agree to revisit the Anakin Skywalker role after all the hate he got from Star Wars fans, but I guess mortgages don’t pay themselves.

Gracie Cox, a former Hollywood costume designer, is speaking out about an alleged 2005 sexual assault by Entourage’s Kevin Connolly during the wrap party for his directorial debut, The Gardener of Eden. The film’s lead costume designer recalls Cox telling her of the incident right after it happened, and says she immediately confronted him, which witnesses confirmed to the Daily Beast. Four of Cox’s friends also confirmed she told them about the incident in the following days. He’s denied it, saying the encounter was consensual.

Jamie Foxx and Joseph Gordon-Levitt star in the trailer for Netflix’s latest action movie, Project Power.

Jada Pinkett Smith Confirms Affair with August Alsina

Jada Pinkett Smith and Will Smith sat down to talk about their marriage in the latest episode of Red Table Talk, in which she confirmed she had an “entanglement” with August Alsina. She said it was about 4.5 years ago, when she and Smith were secretly separated.

Armie Hammer and Elizabeth Chambers announced the end of their 10 year marriage via a pair of identical Instagram posts Friday afternoon, writing “Thirteen years as best friends, soulmates, partners and then parents. It has been an incredible journey, but together, we’ve decided to turn the page and move on from our marriage. As we enter into this next chapter, our children and relationship as co-parents and dear friends will remain our priority. We understand this news lends itself to public dialogue, but in the interest of our children and our family, we’re asking for privacy, compassion and love during this time.” The couple, who have two kids, had been spending their quarantine in the Cayman Islands, but he was been spotted in LA this week.

-We’ve now entered the “who shit on the bed?” portion of the Johnny Depp trial.

-In an interview, SNL’s Colin Jost was asked about his costars and said “Kate McKinnon loves books, and before she was on SNL, she was a ghostwriter for a number of YA fantasy series.” I need to know which books!!

-Roswell New Mexico’s showrunner Carina Adly MacKenzie has left the series ahead of its third season. According to THR, she had tension with lead actress Jeanine Mason, spent an unusual amount of time on the set in New Mexico instead of in the writers room in LA, and recently angered WBTV by calling out British broadcaster ITV on Twitter for editing a gay love scene. In her Instagram post, she said she’s leaving “due to fundamental differences” and denied reports of tension with the cast or writers. Interestingly, Roswell actors Lily Cowles, Michael Vlamis, Tyler Blackburn and Heather Hemmens all commented on her post with messages of support, but Mason has not (yet).

-HBO Max has ordered a new show set in the same city as Robert Pattinson‘s The Batman that will focus on the Gotham police. Isn’t this…the show Gotham?

-Terrible: Glee’s Naya Rivera is now presumed dead after the search shifted from a rescue to a recovery mission.

Sarah Paulson was asked about her working relationship with Lea Michele on Watch What Happens Live! and very politely refused to answer the question (it’s around the 5 min mark).

-In his final performance, Carl Reiner appeared in the last scene of Jason Reitman‘s version of The Princess Bride. I cancelled my Quibi subscription before I got to the end but the clip in this article made me teary.

Charlize Theron‘s The Old Guard, which hits Netflix today, is getting mostly great reviews.

-There’s a new trailer for Zac Efron’s Netflix show. and the internet is loving his new Daddy energy.

-Here’s the first clip for 30 Rock’s reunion episode, (which is doubling as NBC’s upfronts presentation), airing Thursday.