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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.

Scarlett Johansson Goes Solo

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Scarlett Johansson covers EW to promote Black Widow. She talks about only having met Florence Pugh a few times before they filmed their first scene together (“Immediately we were in each other’s space, like, ‘All right, I’m going to grab your armpit, and you put your hand under my knee in a pretzel'”) and why she didn’t want the movie to just be “like Bourne, but with a woman” (“I hope that this film continues pushing that boundary, so that we can actually have more female superheroes who are inherently female, and aren’t just Batman in heels or whatever”).

-The Hollywood Reporter just released their stars and their stylists issue, which I always adore.

-Wow. Harvey Weinstein just got 23 years in jail, which is close to the maximum possible sentence, if his terms were run consecutively, of 29 years. The judge said “This is your first conviction, but not your first offense.”

-Meanwhile, before sentencing he said in the courtroom “I am totally confused. I think men are confused about these issues. Thousands of men are losing due process. I’m worried about this country.” It’s pretty ballsy to complain about a lack of due process — when you’ve just been afforded it.

Jenna Dewan gave birth to baby No. 2, a boy she named Callum Michael Rebel Kazee.

Wendy Williams called out Nicki Minaj for marrying Kenneth Petty, who registered as a sex offender this week following a 1995 conviction for first-degree attempted rape. “You should’ve never married him because now you’ve ruined everything about what your brand could be.”

Dakota Johnson‘s gives Architectural Digest a peek inside her home and I kind of love it.

-This video of today’s daytime talk shows with no audiences due to covid-19 is very eerie.

Naomi Campbell showed up to a flight from LA to NYC on Tuesday clad in a full hazmat suit, surgical mask and latex gloves included. Look, I had to self-isolate today due to this damn virus and even I think this is irresponsible and panic-inducing.

-Westworld is trying to make it seem like its truly reinvented itself for season 3, but in the end it seems like it’s just more of the same.

Jon Bernthal is set to star in an American Gigolo TV reboot at Showtime and wow, do I love that casting!

-Speaking of shows I want in my eyeballs immediately, Scott Foley has been cast to headline a dramedy about the ballet.

Brad Pitt is coming to HGTV for Celebrity IOU With Drew and Jonathan Scott. Each episode will feature a star getting hands-on with the brothers to imagine a design plan to reward their mentors, friends or family member.

-The Ellen Show got the three Love Is Blind couples together for a game of Never Have I Ever.

-Meanwhile, I’m kind of shocked that Gwyneth Paltrow watched Love Is Blind.

John Krasinski says he and Ryan Reynolds “turned into 14-year-old boys” when they got to meet a surprisingly friendly owl at Reynolds’ daughter’s birthday party.

Colin Firth and Julie Walters star in a new adaptation of The Secret Garden.

Lady Gaga’s Stupid Love

-It’s a good week for new music videos. First there was Taylor Swift’s, then BTS’, and now Lady Gaga’s.

-AP interviewed The Way Back’s director Gavin O’Connor and star Ben Affleck, and they talked about how the actor had a breakdown when his character tries to make amends with his estranged wife. ” Said O’Connor: “It was probably the second take, Ben just had a breakdown. I’m getting chills thinking about it. It was like the dam broke and everything came out. I just remember the crew, everyone was frozen, watching him bear his soul. It was obviously real. A lot of things that he probably had to say in his own life, or maybe he had said, I don’t know.” The longer this press tour chugs along, the more I hope Affleck cleared all this talk with Jennifer Garner.

-Wow, this is a surprise: America Ferrera is leaving NBC’s Superstore.

-Speaking of surprising TV news, it looks like Netflix is getting ready to renew Lucifer.

Normani‘s very considered comments in Rolling Stone on Camila Cabello‘s racist posts are worth your time.

Dan Levy‘s Twitter exchanges with Mariah Carey never fail to delight.

-I can’t imagine ever watching a CBS medical drama, but good for Sophia Bush for landing the lead role.

-Yikes, it sounds like Grey’s Anatomy is really whiffing their latest departure. The show will say goodbye to Alex Karev next week — without an appearance from Justin Chambers himself. I’m so curious about what the bts story is here.

Prince Harry joined Jon Bon Jovi and members of a military veterans’ choir at Abbey Road Studios to record a song for Invictus.

-Last night on Fallon, Bad Bunny wore a skirt and a sweater that read “they killed Alexa, not a man with a skirt.” Alexa was transgender woman in Puerto Rico who was killed and her murder was posted on social media.

Elizabeth Warren‘s Hometown Hospitality segment with Stephen Colbert is excellent.

-Holy moly, Nancy Meyers wrote a Modern Love column about attending weddings with her ex-husband. This is the romcom-y drabble I needed to head into the weekend!

-Here’s the first trailer for The High Note starring Tracee Ellis Ross and Dakota Johnson.