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Dolly Parton Gets a “Dose of Her Own Medicine”

Dolly Parton got a vaccine and all is right with the world.

Britney Spearsfather says he “would love nothing more than to see her not need a conservatorship.” Well, that seems like an easy fix on his end.

-Meanwhile, she showed off a new photo of her sons, who are full-grown teenagers now.

-Gutting: Jahmil French, who played Dave Turner for several seasons on Degrassi: The Next Generation, has died at age 29.

-I mentioned yesterday how weird it was for Taylor Swift to call out an out-of-context joke on Ginny and Georgia. Now, Swifties are harassing the show’s young actress, Antonia Gentry.

-When they weren’t busy harassing her, they also went after John Mayer.

-Ex-Bachelorette Rachel Lindsay has spoken out after disabling her Instagram page because Chris Harrison fans (those exist?) were somehow blaming her for his absence.

Armie Hammer reportedly moved out of his family home over the weekend “under the cover of night” — and the movers may have left a rope-bound mannequin in the trash.

Alec and Hilaria Baldwin debuted their new baby girl yesterday on Instagram, just five months after she gave birth to a baby boy. When a commenter asked if they used a surrogate, he responded “You should shut the f–k up and mind your own business.” Their PR rep added: “We’re still not issuing a statement or confirming anything — what she posted stands.” Everyone’s entitled to privacy when it comes to this stuff, but “the post stands” is my new favourite “no comment.”

-Riverdale’s Cole Sprouse may be dating model Ari Fournier.

George Clooney did a dramatic reading of BTS’ “Dynamite.”

Ray Fisher shared new details of “racially discriminatory conversations” on the Justice League set and specifically called out Geoff Johns: “There will likely be attempts to shift blame completely onto Kevin Tsujihara and Joss Whedon. But make no mistake. Geoff Johns worked intimately with Joss to overhaul the entire Justice League script. And while Geoff was not credited as a co-writer of the film, he was certainly an enforcer of the race-based discrimination that occurred during his conversations with Toby and Jon.”

T.I. will not return for Ant-Man 3 amid those sexual assault allegations.

-I can’t believe I’m typing these words, but the Dungeons & Dragons film sounds awesome. First Chris Pine signed on, then came Bridergton’s RegĂ©-Jean Page, and now Hugh Grant has been cast as villain.

-This is a good rundown of all the drama that’s been happening with YouTubers.

-Superman & Lois has been renewed for a second season at The CW — after airing only one episode. The premiere performed well multiplatform.

Oprah‘s special with Prince Harry and Meghan Markle has found a British home — it’ll air on ITV in the UK.

-I gasped at nearly every new word in this headline: “Nicole Kidman, Cynthia Erivo, Merritt Wever, and Alison Brie to star in an Apple series about ‘what it means to be a woman’ from the creators of GLOW”.

-The Golden Globes ratings hit historic lows, losing 60% of viewers year over year. This, plus all the controversy about its voting members, makes me wonder if it will continue to be a major event going forward.

-The pandemic-related productions delays have finally caused a break in the era of peak TV.

-TikTok is being flooded with Tom Cruise deep fakes. These things are terrifying,

-The town of HĂşsavĂ­k got together to film a video about wanting an Oscar since the song from Eurovision is eligible for an Academy Award. The JA JA DING DONG guy even makes an appearance.

-This is a great piece on how Nomadland disrupts Hollywood’s fantasy of the drifter.

Tye Sheridan and Lily-Rose Depp star in the Voyagers trailer, which looks like Lord of the Flies in space.

Demi Lovato Gets Real in Doc Trailer

-Here’s the first trailer for Demi Lovato‘s docuseries Dancing With the Devil, which reveals the singer’s drug troubles were so bad that she got into heroin. She talks about how close she came to dying when she overdosed: “I had three strokes. I had a heart attack. My doctors said that I had 5-10 more mins.” The docuseries debuts Tuesday, March 23 on YouTube.

-Congrats to Game of Thrones costars Rose Leslie and Kit Harington, who welcomed their first child together – a boy.

FKA twigs sat down with CBS This Morning’s Gayle King for an exclusive interview about Shia LaBeouf‘s alleged abuse, airing in full on Thursday. In a preview, she says “He would often just start having an argument with me in the middle of the night, start accusing me of doing all sorts of things, planning to leave him in my head. He’d wake me up, tell me I was disgusting, that I was vile…I’d wake up and he’d be like, ‘You were lying there with your eyes open, planning to leave me.’ And I’d be like, ‘I literally was asleep.’ ”

-She’s also talks extensively about the alleged abuse in Elle, saying “It’s a miracle I came out alive.”

-The Time Next 100 list has stars paying tribute to other stars, including Zendaya on Hunter Schafer, Shonda Rhimes on Regé-Jean Page, Jurnee Smollett on Misha Green and Seth Meyers on Amber Ruffin.

-American Idol is reportedly mulling taking some focus off Claudia Conway after all the backlash.

Zendaya, Kate Winslet, Carey Mulligan, Vanessa Kirby, Andra Day and Glenn Close got their Zoom on for THR’s annual actress roundtable.

-The Vampire Diaries costars Nina Dobrev and Paul Wesley reunited for a ski trip. Which is very sweet and all, but who’s vacationing right now?!

Gwyneth Paltrow reveals she had covid “early on” — but it’s cool because now she can sell you some “detox” ingredients.

-A man has been arrested in the hit-and-run death of Nicki Minaj’s father.

-Mom will end on CBS in May, even though it was originally supposed to continue next season without Anna Farris.

Gillian Anderson and The Crown creator Peter Morgan have reportedly reconciled.

-I have never watched Paddington 2 because I’m not really into kid flicks but it’s on my list because so many people whose opinions I respect *rave* about that movie. They’ll be happy to hear that Paddington 3 is a go.

-The Hahnaissance is upon us — and it’s glorious.

-Netflix landed Tim Burton‘s The Addams Family revival, which will be told from Wednesday Addams’ perspective.

-I finally watched the final To All The Boys movie and it was pretty damn great. I really liked this appreciation of the character of Lara Jean — and the lingering problems with the teen movie heroine trope.

Jesse Plemons has landed the lead role in Martin Scorsese’s Killers of the Flower Moon. Here for it.

-Also, film Twitter remains insufferable and keeps hating on everything Scorsese says, but there’s a lot of right here.

-Crest is considering dropping Chris Harrison from their commercials following his Bachelor racism controversy.

-Here’s the first trailer for Tina Fey’s new sitcom about a 90s girl group, starring Sara Bareilles, RenĂ©e Elise Goldsberry and Busy Philipps.

-Here’s our first look at Kate Winslet in HBO’s new detective series Mare of Easttown.

Emma Stone stars as Cruella de Vil in Disney’s upcoming live-action origin story of the villain of 101 Dalmatians. I’m not sure I needed to see her go full Joker, but here we are.

Regina King Covers Instyle

regina king instyleRegina King‘s victory lap for her directorial debut One Night In Miami continues with an InStyle cover. She also appeared on last night’s Kimmel, talking about what happened in Washington yesterday.

-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.

-Meanwhile, Kim was spotted still wearing her wedding ring. They also reportedly spent the holidays together.

-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.