-It’s over for Shia LaBeouf and Margaret Qualley. Us Weekly is reporting they split on Saturday (making me wonder if their “source” is DeuxMoi, who posted a tip earlier with the same info). In any case, I’m happy she’s free of him.
-According to Page Six, who broke the divorce story, Kanye West’s presidential run was the last straw for Kim Kardashian.
-The Daily Mail has photos of Olivia Wilde and Harry Styles hanging out in Santa Barbara with friends.
-Here’s a look at every studio film directed by female filmmakers expected to come out in the next two years.
–Taylor Swift quietly released an evermore deluxe edition on streaming platforms, with bonus tracks “right where you left me” and “it’s time to go.” Of course, everyone is assuming the latter is about Karlie Kloss.
-Speaking of Kloss, who’s the wife of Joshua Kushner and sister-in-law to Jared and Ivanka, she’s speaking up against Trumpsters. But Tavi Gevinson is not impressed her Kloss’ comments. (Gah, I adore Tavi!)
-Quelle surprise: Britney Spears‘ ex hubby Jason Alexander is an anti-masker who attended the Trump riot.
-We all love Demi Lovato, but nobody wants this.
–Sir Ian McKellen expressed support for his former X-Men costar Elliot Page, and recalls a time he criticized her on set for speaking softly. “I’m so happy for Elliot. And so disappointed in myself that I didn’t detect what their difficulty was with communicating.”
–Dr. Dre is having a rough week. He’s agreed to pay his ex Nicole Young $2 million in temporary spousal support.
–Katie Couric will guest host Jeopardy! after the final Alex Trebek episodes air.
-Star Trek’s Nichelle Nichols reflects on her efforts to bring more diversity to NASA in the trailer for Woman in Motion.