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Justin Bieber Talks “Tough” Year of Marriage

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Justin Bieber is on the new cover of GQ, and he talks about his marriage to Hailey Baldwin (“The first year of marriage was really tough because there was a lot going back to the trauma. There was just a lack of trust. There was all these things that you don’t want to admit to the person that you’re with, because it’s scary. You don’t want to scare them off by saying, ‘I’m scared'”), on having children (“Not this second, but we will eventually”) and his faith (“He is grace. Every time we mess up, He’s picking us back up every single time. That’s how I view it. And so it’s like, ‘I made a mistake. I won’t dwell in it. I don’t sit in shame. But it actually makes me want to do better'”).

-He also give GQ a look inside his tour bus, which is insane.

David Tennant faked having a personal assistant so he didn’t have to attend events he didn’t want to go to, becoming my personal hero.

Pete Davidson said he’s with his “celebrity crush” amid Phoebe Dynevor romance rumours.

-Netflix has renewed Bridgerton for seasons 3 and 4 which, if they continue to follow the books, will focus on Benedict and Colin, respectively.

-Meanwhile, Shonda Rhimes and Betsy Beers talked to Vanity Fair about staying in the Bridgerton business, and the intense way fans are mourning the loss of Regé-Jean Page‘s Duke of Hastings.

Lady Gaga‘s underrated 2013 album ARTPOP hit the top 3 on iTunes as fans continue to circulate a petition to release more songs from the LP. Gaga tweeted: “I fell apart after I released this album. Thank you for celebrating something that once felt like destruction. We always believed it was ahead of its time. Years later turns out, sometimes, artists know. And so do little monsters. Paws up”

-Meanwhile, Gaga was spotted wearing a poufy white wedding dress on the set of the Gucci movie.

DMX‘s family released a statement to dispel rumours. They clarified that no one is buying his master recordings and warned of scammers pretending to raise money for his upcoming memorial

-Minari’s Yuh-Jung Youn continues to be a delight. When asked about staying home during the pandemic, she said “Staying in bed the whole day is my pleasure and my hobby. I like to watch TV or just doze, not thinking about anything. I’m sorry to say I’m really enjoying quarantine. I don’t have to see anybody. I can just stay home 24 hours a day in bed, my favorite place.”

Kevin Smith‘s new horror movie will be sold as an NFT. The Daily did a whole podcast today about NFTs, and I still don’t get the appeal.

George Clooney, Noah Wyle, Julianna Margulies and other ER alums are coming together for a special Earth Day episode of Stars in the House to support The Actors Fund amid the pandemic.

Madonna took a commenter to task for their thoughts on gun control.

-The creators of Netflix’s Shadow and Bone adaptation promise they’ve improved Mal, one of the book’s most problematic characters. The Shadow and Bone books were ok, but honestly I’m excited to watch this show because it’s also going to feature characters from the sequel series Six of Crows, which were MUCH better books.

-Here’s the trailer for the final season of Shrill starring Aidy Bryant.

-Here’s the first trailer for The Hitman’s Wife’s Bodyguard, starring Ryan Reynolds and Salma Hayek. Using “Hit Me Baby, One More Time” in a trailer for a hitman movie is gold.

Kristen Stewart Transforms Into Princess Diana

-Every time I see a new image of Kristen Stewart as Princess Diana, I’m taken aback. The latest look from Spencer shows her posing with a replica of Diana’s sapphire and diamond engagement ring.

George Clooney appeared on The Today Show and talked about teaching his twins how to pull pranks.

Johnny Depp failed to overturn the ruling in his “wife beater” libel case. The judges refused his application for a new trial on the grounds that a second hearing was unlikely to produce a different outcome: “The claim was based on a story in The Sun alleging that he had beaten his former wife, Amber Heard. After a three-week trial in the High Court last year, in which both Mr. Depp and Ms. Heard gave evidence, Mr. Justice Nicol found that the allegation was true.”

Issa Rae is on Variety’s new cover, and talks about signing on to five more years with HBO in a giant deal. “They wifed me up.”

Chrissy Teigen has deactivated her Twitter, saying “This no longer serves me as positively as it serves me negatively, and I think that’s the right time to call something.”

-We lost a legend today in Jessica Walter, the award-winning actress whose career spanned five decades, who passed away in her sleep at home in New York City today. I’m loving this compilation of her best moments as Lucille Bluth on Arrested Development.

-Also, I can’t stop thinking about that NYT interview in which her male AD costars gaslighted her about how bad behaviour is a common thing on sets/ part of some actors’ “process,” and she had to tearfully remind them she’d been working for 60 years and never experienced anything like what she did with Jeffrey Tambor.

Britney Spears is moving forward with her plans to make temporary conservator Jodi Montgomery her permanent conservator, and not let her father resume that role.

Kim Kardashian‘s “mini town” in her backyard for the kids is admittedly very neat.

Alexander Skarsgård showed off his artistic “skills” on The Tonight Show.

-Now there’s a black and white version of the Synder cut streaming on HBO Max. What’s happening?

-This is a fascinating article on how Sara Gruen, the Canadian-born author of Water for Elephants, developed a frenzied obsession to free an incarcerated man and it left her “absolutely broke,” “seriously ill,” and “years past deadline” on her next book.

-Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World is heading back to theaters, for anyone who’s not scared to go to those.

-Disney+’s new Mighty Ducks series, starring Emilio Estevez and Lauren Graham, is getting great reviews.

-Also, Lauren Graham says she has a clause in all her contracts that allows her to shoot Gilmore Girls if the show ever comes back.

-The Mummy won a recent Twitter romcom bracket. I wouldn’t have thought it’s a romcom but I rewatched it a few weeks ago and yup, it checks all the boxes.

-So the guy who went viral with a tweet about finding shrimp tails in his cereal is married to Topanga — and also perhaps a horrible person who is now getting Me Too’d? The internet works fast.

Rachel Bilson and Melinda Clarke will revisit The OC as the hosts of a new podcast about the show, which will feature other costars.

Dan Levy and Kate McKinnon compete about who’s more extra in their new Tostitos commercial.

Anthony Hopkins and Abbie Cornish star in the assassin thriller The Virtuoso.

 

Lady Gaga and Adam Driver’s Winter Wonderland

Lady Gaga tweeted a photo of her and Adam Driver on the set of House of Gucci and it’s so perfect, it quickly became a meme. She’s playing Patrizia Reggiani and he stars as Maurizio Gucci.

-The Queen released a short statement regarding Prince Harry and Meghan Markle‘s bombshell Oprah interview — and she’s pleading ignorance? Oof.

Piers Morgan walked off the set of his morning show when co-presenter Alex Beresford confronted him on his treatment of Markle, saying, “I understand that you don’t like Meghan Markle. You’ve made it so clear a number of times on this program, a number of times, and I understand that you’ve got a personal relationship with Meghan Markle, or you had one, and she cut you off. She’s entitled to cut you off if she wants to. Has she said anything about you since she cut you off? I don’t think she has but yet you continue to trash her.”

-Ha ha ha. He’s now quit the show. What a snowflake.

-Meanwhile, a 2008 interview clip of John Oliver on Stephen Colbert’s show talking about Markle has resurfaced. “I would not blame her if she pulled out of this [engagement] at the last minute. I don’t think you need to have just seen the pilot episode of The Crown to get a basic sense that she might be marrying into a family that could cause her some emotional complication. They’re an emotionally stunted group of fundamentally flawed people doing a very silly pseudo-job. That’s what she’s marrying into.”

-The Crown won’t tackle Prince Harry and Meghan Markle because their drama is ongoing and not yet history. Creator Peter Morgan has previously said, “I’m much more comfortable writing about things that happened at least 20 years ago…Meghan and Harry are in the middle of their journey, and I don’t know what their journey is or how it will end.”

-Meanwhile, I really liked this piece on how Oprah uses silence better than anyone, and this one on her follow up questions and insistence on circling back when she wasn’t getting the answers she wanted.

George Clooney isn’t thrilled that Amal has begun watching ER. He told Sean Hayes, Jason Bateman and Will Arnett on their podcast: “My wife is watching them now and it’s getting me in a lot of trouble because I’d forgotten all of the terrible things (my character) was doing, picking up women.”

Elizabeth Banks is set to direct bear-centric thriller called Cocaine Bear, based on true events from 1985 when a 175-pound bear accidentally consumed over 70 ponds of cocaine that was dropped from a plane by a smuggler. I’m confused by how much I want to see this.

-Here’s the first look at Heels, the new wrestling family drama series starring Stephen Amell and Alex Ludwig. I’m also confused by how much I want to see this.

-The wording in the announcement about Kim Convenience’s ending seemed weird, no? The stars also seemed surprised by the news.

-There was a big glitch last night on HBO Max where people who were trying to watch Tom and Jerry ended up seeing Zach Synder’s Justice League — which doesn’t premiere for another 10 days. This thing is cursed.

-I agree with this piece: releasing episodes weekly makes television more fun to watch.

-WandaVision creator Jac Schaeffer talked to the NYT about how she found inspiration in Lost, Russian Doll, Homecoming and Forever.

-Love this: Schitt’s Creek alum Annie Murphy has joined the cast of Russian Doll for Season 2.

Michael Sheen says he’s spent the last few weeks battling covid. “It’s been very difficult and quite scary.”

-The 2021 BAFTA Awards nominations list is the most diverse in the British Academy’s history. It comes just a year after it was embroiled in the #BaftaSoWhite controversy, sparking a 7-month review and overhaul of the voting rules and regulations.

Zayn Malik is the latest musician to slam the Grammys, tweeting, “Unless you shake hands and send gifts, there’s no nomination considerations. Next year I’ll send you a basket of confectionary.”

Another woman has joined the victims accusing rapper T.I. and his wife Tiny Harris of sexual assault, abuse, and drugging.

-Here’s the trailer for Kung-Fu, the CW’s gender-reversed reimagining  of the 1972 David Carradine series, premiering April 7.