-In her PorterEdit digital cover story, Chrissy Teigen talks social media regrets (“Everything ‘big’ I’ve ever said was just heat of the moment and sometimes very regrettable. I just pop off too quick”) and her tough early years as a model (“My roommates were drinking diet tea and eating cotton balls soaked in chicken broth to stay skinny. I remember my friend got a job working at a burrito restaurant and that’s all I ate for months. Free burritos”). She also appears in a cute video for them where she offers relationship advice.
-This is sad: according to Page Six, Game of Thrones star Kit Harington has been in a luxury rehab facility for stress and alcohol use for a month, checking himself in weeks before the show’s finale aired.
–Chris Hemsworth is on the cover of Variety, where he reveals he nearly quit Ghostbusters: “The night before I was shooting, I almost pulled out. Three or four weeks prior, Paul [Feig] said to me, ‘I’m going to write up the character. Don’t worry.’ And then I got the script and nothing had changed…I was really scared walking onto that set. I had no real plan, so I was just feeding off of them, and I just felt ridiculous. So I used that.”
–Mandy Moore has made it to Mt. Everest’s base camp. It’s been an exceptionally deadly month on the mountain so I’m glad she’s fine. Now get back down already!
-The View cut off the audio for Joy Behar and Whoopi Goldberg‘s comments on Trump today for extended portions of the broadcast.
-The latest season of Legends of Tomorrow is now on Netflix and you should all watch it because it’s a loopy delight! I mean, any show where a dude’s nipple turns evil and starts possessing him deserves a shot. (I agree with Sepinwall’s take — skip season one completely.)
–Iggy Azalea is planning on pressing charges after stolen topless photos (which were reportedly outtakes from a 2016 GQ Australia shoot) leaked over the weekend.
-Netflix’s Ted Sarandos says the streamer will rethink its massive investment in Georgia if the heartbeat abortion law goes into effect.
-This Atlanta outtake of the boys dancing to TLC made my day.
-ABC has officially passed on renewing Whiskey Cavalier after briefly reconsidering. Cancellations are always rough, but it feels like they handled this whole thing especially poorly.
-On an episode of David Letterman’s Netflix talk show, Ellen DeGeneres revealed she was sexually assaulted as a teenager by her stepfather. “He told me when she was out of town that he’d felt a lump in [my mother’s] breast and needed to feel my breasts because he didn’t want to upset her, but he needed to feel mine. I’m angry at myself because, you know, I didn’t — I was too weak to stand up to — I was 15 or 16. It’s a really horrible, horrible story and the only reason I’m actually going to go into detail about it is because I want other girls to not ever let someone do that.”
–Neil Patrick Harris, Ruby Rose, Janet Mock, Anderson Cooper, Wilson Cruz, and Melissa Etheridge are on the cover of EW’s new Pride issue.
-I’m surprised by the surprise that Booksmart didn’t crack $10M at the box office this weekend. What exactly did people expect a small indie to take in while up against Aladdin and superheroes? And blaming it all on marketing seems really weird — I saw a LOT of stuff about this movie before its release (unlike Fast Color, which the studio seems to be burying). It seemed to be more of an issue of choosing the worst possible release date + not really knowing their target demo (who was the constant “it’s Superbad but with girls!” talk supposed to resonate with?) + the decision to open it wide out of the gate instead of a slower rollout to build word of mouth.
-I didn’t exactly love the Killing Eve season finale, but man people are mad about it!
-This is a good profile on Mischa Barton, whose TV show helped inspire the reality TV she’s now a part of.
-Here are the early contenders for song of the summer. (I belted out “Old Town Road” with my uber driver the other day, so that gets my vote.)
-I don’t even watch Deadwood but I will devour every Timothy Olyphant interview about it because he’s just so game. He talks about his former costars who aren’t in the new movie coming to the set anyway. “[Garret] Dillahunt snuck in. He played Drunk Number Two! He didn’t even get top drunk! [Laughs.] Talk about a reason to call your agent. ‘Hey, why am I not Drunk Number One?'”
–Jessica Jones’ final season teaser has arrived. It drops on Netflix June 14.