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Jennifer Lopez Gets Naked For Her New Song

Jennifer Lopez showed off the cover art for her latest single, and it’s a pic of her in the buff shot by Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott. I didn’t think singles got the cover art treatment, but if I looked like this I guess I’d be looking for any excuse, too.

The Weeknd called the Grammys out for his nomination shut out (and Nicki Minaj backed him up). There’s some speculation that the Grammys wanted him to perform on their show and not the Super Bowl Halftime Show, which airs just a week later, but the Academy CEO insists that’s not the case.

Chris Evans posted a video of himself playing piano while wearing a chunky sweater. Vulture says he’s “adopting the persona of a jock who’s having an emotional crisis in the third act of a high-school movie” but I’m not complaining.

-In a deeply personal NYT op-ed, Meghan Markle revealed she suffered a miscarriage in July. Not only is her op-ed incredibly moving, it helps to break down the stigma surrounding talking about miscarriages. I didn’t realize until I started doing some social media work for a fertility clinic that 1 in 4 pregnancies end in miscarriage. That’s an insane stat, and people rarely talk about it. Besides it being very well-written, I also liked how her essay clearly positions her as a hands-on mom, with all the talk of diaper changes and picking up crayons and socks.

Christina Perri also revealed she and husband have lost their baby girl in a stillbirth.

Prince Charles and Camilla both deactivated the replies on their tweets, and there’s speculation it’s because of the heat they’re getting from their depiction on this season of The Crown. The show truly has given up on engendering any audience sympathy for him in these new episodes.

-Cdn gossip columnist Shinan Govani tweeted about the Jessica Mulroney story in Page Six, and just now tweeted an apology to her “as requested“. Well.

-The NYT’s list of the 25 greatest actors of the 21st century (so far) caused a bit of debate on Twitter. There are certainly some snubs but I like how diverse it is. I especially appreciate the callout for Melissa McCarthy in Spy.

Timothée Chalamet, Jason Bateman and Kristen Wiig are set to host the remaining SNL episodes of the year. Morgan Wallen will also get a second chance at being a musical guest.

-The cast of the 90210 reboot got together to reminisce about their behind-the-scenes dramaAnnaLynne McCord admitted to the rumoured tension with Shenae Grimes Beech: “I wanted to strangle that chick. I’m so grateful that in the last 24 hours of [shooting] 90210, Shenae and I fully repaired our relationship issues. I ended up at her wedding in England!”

-As if his album documentary In Wonder on Netflix wasn’t enough, Shawn Mendes surprise-dropped a second film this week — this one a concert film.

-Meanwhile, Shawn shared his view of his Toronto condo in his Netflix film, and the scene is agonizingly familiar to anyone who lives here.

-I follow a lot of romance writers on Twitter for some reason, and what they’ve been doing to mobilize voters in solidarity with Stacey Abrams has been nothing short of remarkable.

-Speaking of people doing good, Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively have donated $500,000 to Covenant House in Vancouver and Toronto.

-The trailer for the live-action Clifford the Big Red Dog debuted by Paramount Pictures today and everyone is freaked out by how sick the dog looks.

-The trailer for Life In A Year, starring Cara Delevingne and Jaden Smith, has dropped. These “sick-lit” dramas are never going away, huh?

 

Ben Affleck and Ana de Armas’ Music Video Makeout

Ben Affleck and Ana de Armas are kissing in public again — but this time it’s for a music video.

Cara Delevingne is telling fans to “stop hating” on ex-girlfriend Ashley Benson amid rumours Benson is dating G-Eazy, saying “you don’t know the whole truth, only her and I do and that’s the way it should be.”

-We’ve gotten to the point where we’re scouring IG photo backgrounds and judging celebrities’ pantries. I don’t hate it.

-Is Taylor Swift going to show up on American Idol next week to sing “Daisies” with Katy Perry? The internet seems to think so.

Neil Gaiman says he wants to work out his relationship issues with Amanda Palmer in private — which he announced by publicly posting an open letter to her.  Yeah, this is working out well.

Will Smith shows up for a verse on Joyner Lucas’ new song and everyone kind of forgot how good he is at rapping.

Gwyneth Paltrow posted a photo of daughter Apple to celebrate her 16th birthday and there’s no way this kid isn’t going into showbiz.

-Is Wendy Williams ok? She had a weirdly strong reaction to Mary-Kate Olsen‘s divorce from Olivier Sarkozy.

-When it comes to live concerts, will URL replace IRL? This is a great look at the future of live concerts and how the Kpop industry is innovating, bringing fans and artists together through their screens with immersive, pay-per-view live events.

-It’s the 20 year anniversary of “Oops I Did It Again“. Because we’re old.

Sarah Paulson knows everyone thinks she looks just like Adele — and she doesn’t hate it. “Listen, I’ll take it. I mean, what I wish they were comparing was my talent to her talent and saying that mine was as great as hers. Which quite honestly they can’t say because no one’s talent is as great as hers.”

-There’s going to be a miniseries adaptation of the story of The View, and this fantasy-casting nails it.

-The next Arrowverse crossover will be reduced to a two-hour event – if they’re ever allowed to film again.

Shawn Ashmore plays a detective who hunts down the father-and-son serial killing duo who murdered his wife in the trailer for Darkness Falls.

Taylor Swift Wants #JusticeForAhmaud

-Good on Taylor Swift for being among the celebs to speak out about the killing of Ahmaud Arbery. I don’t think she would have done that just a few years ago.

-Engagement rumours surrounding David Harbour and Lily Allen have kicked into high gear after her latest IG post featured a ring.

Cara Delevingne and Ashley Benson reportedly broke up last month after two years of dating. I wonder who got custody of the sex bench?

Ron Weasley is a dad!

Diane Keaton taking us on a tour of her closet is great content.

Vince Vaughn takes part in Joe Manganiello’s Dungeons & Dragons games? That’s unexpected.

Macaulay Culkin has “crazy, erotic sex” with Kathy Bates in the new season of American Horror Story, if that sounds like something you’d be into.

Cobie Smulders channeled her HIMYM alter-ego Robin Sparkles and sang a stay-a-home version of “Let’s Go to the Mall.”

-I’d love to know what 50 Cent’s vision boards look like.

Hilarie Burton wrote a book, and in it she recounts the time Ben Affleck grabbed her boob on TV when she was a 19-year-old MTV host. “One of MTV’s top brass called me and said, ‘You handled that so well.’ I didn’t realize that I was being groomed—trained to be a good girl and a good sport, someone who would put up with much worse behavior.”

Sarah Michelle Gellar wore her prom outfit from season 1 of Buffy (which aired in 1997) and she looked the same.

Emily Giffin is backtracking on her Meghan Markle hate.

-Speaking of romance authors wilding out on Instagram, Meghan March is getting a lot of flack for whining about her rights being infringed upon during the pandemic.

-This is a great piece about how our response to Adele’s weight loss says more about us than it does about her.

-Blink 182’s Tom DeLonge is taking credit for Pentagon’s recent UFO releases, and says “people need to buckle up” because “so much more is coming.”

Kevin James makes quite a departure from his usual schlump dad/mall cop persona in the trailer for Becky. He plays a villainous escaped convict who wreaks havoc on the life of a teen and her family at a summer cottage.