🎙️ Jennifer Lawrence announcing the news about the reconciliation of Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck 😂 pic.twitter.com/W9esfsrix3
— ~ Lu ~ (@todoxjlaw) May 13, 2021
–Jennifer Lawrence was on a podcast when the Bennifer news broke and lost her mind just like the rest of us. “Breaking breaking breaking f*cking news!”
-Meanwhile, ARod’s latest Instagram post (which makes it look like he’s leaving empty seats at his dinner table for JLo and her kids) is embarrassing. Please continue.
–Nicki Minaj called last year’s hit-and-run death of her father “the most devastating loss of my life.”
-Netflix is capitalizing on the success Bridgerton with a limited series that will tell Queen Charlotte’s origin story. It will be interesting to see if they actually lean into her race, since the main criticism of the series has been its handwaving away of racism.
–Gillian Anderson will guest star on The Great, which might make me catch up on the show. I watched the first two episodes and liked it, and then promptly forgot about it.
–Gwyneth Paltrow, Miranda Kerr and Katy Perry all trolled Orlando Bloom over his poncho photo. Wait until they realize the world is never going back to non-drawstring pants.
-Also, Orlando is now buddies with Prince Harry.
-Black-ish is coming to an end after eight seasons.
-I don’t watch Batwoman, but apparently the show has fumbled Ruby Rose’s departure.
-iCarly is back! The 13-episode season will pick up nearly 10 years after Nickelodeon’s original show ended.
-It feels like there’s a lot of new pop culture dropping this weekend — the Angelina Jolie’s firefighter movie on HBO Max, Amy Adams‘ Woman in the Window on Netflix (both getting a mediocre reception) and Ewan McGregor‘s Halston on Netflix (hated by critics) — but the only new thing that’s getting glowing reviews is Jean Smart‘s new comedy Hacks on HBO.
-NBC are giving the Golden Globes time to “do the work” and get their house in order before the confirm they won’t air the show anymore.
–Ellen DeGeneres‘ farewell tour continues to be a disaster.
-Check out Jodie Turner-Smith in the first trailer for Channel 5’s Anne Boleyn.
–Kevin Hart and Alfre Woodard are going to make you cry in the trailer for Netflix’s Fatherhood.