-The first full trailer for the Friends reunion has arrived. This actually looks quite good (there seems to be at least three venue changes, including a table read) but it’ll be interesting to see if they follow Fresh Prince’s lead and have some warts-and-all conversations.
–Billy Porter opened up about his HIV-positive diagnosis (which he’s kept secret since 2007) in an interview with THR. “My purpose, my calling, my ministry is about this conversation we’re having. Because the world needs to know what HIV-positive looks like.”
–A$AP Rocky confirmed that he’s in a serious relationship with Rihanna. “[She] amounts to probably, like, a million of the other ones … I think when you know, you know. She’s the One.”
–Demi Lovato surprised fans with an early morning announcement: they identify as non-binary.
–Prince Harry will reportedly drop more ‘truth bombs‘ in his new Apple series with Oprah. I just listened to his podcast with Dax Shepard and was surprised at how candid he was, especially about how his father’s parenting style messed him up.
-Johnny Depp is at it again. He’s now asking the courts to order ACLU to show proof that Amber Heard donated her divorce settlement to them like she said she would.
-I’m surprised how underwhelmed I am by the Lollapalooza lineup. It’s in July, making it the first full capacity music festival we’ve seen in ages.
-Wow, I wasn’t expecting to love Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis‘ LA farmhouse as much as I do. Those ceilings!
-Bless Variety for breaking down all the Erika Jayne drama.
-One of Danny Masterson’s accusers delivered nearly six hours of tearful testimony at a preliminary hearing to determine if a trial will be ordered. She claimed the actor drugged and raped her at gunpoint.
–Marilyn Manson faces new a lawsuit, this one from his former assistant alleging sexual assault.
-The reviews for Netflix’s Master of None Season 3 seem to indicate it’s slow and boring.
-Wouldn’t it be great if Happy Endings being on Netflix leads to a resurgence for that show?
-I liked this profile on John Krasinski, which follows the making of the much-delayed A Quiet Place Part II.
-Here’s Jennifer Hudson as Aretha Franklin in the Respect trailer.